UMC (Universal Music Catalogue)
Release date
12 Sep 2000
Running length
12 tracks
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1 The House Is Rockin' 4:05 12,668
2 Hoodoo Voodoo Doll 3:38 14,061
3 Town Without Pity 4:03 4,805
4 Rumble In Brighton 5:17 13,591
5 The Man With The Magic Touch 3:23 3,999
6 (The Legend Of) Johnny Kool 4:07 4,976
7 Ghost Radio 3:40 6,638
8 (Everytime I Hear) That Mellow Saxophone 3:29 3,290
9 Buzz Buzz 3:30 3,479
10 My Baby Only Cares For Me 4:08 7,005
11 Hey, Louis Prima 2:56 4,250
12 Sammy Davis City 3:58 4,288

About this album

On his second Orchestra album and fourth solo album overall, Brian Setzer extends the genre exercise in jump blues he first tackled on The Brian Setzer Orchestra album. Of course, Setzer, best known as the singer/guitarist from the Stray Cats, is no stranger to retro stylings, and the guitar-dominated, yet horn-filled arrangements of the orchestra are not all that far removed from the Cats’ rockabilly update, especially given Setzer’s fervent singing and characteristic lead work. (A new version of the Cats’ “Rumble in Brighton” fits right in. ) And he’s not shy, leading off with a Stevie Ray Vaughan cover, “The House Is Rockin’,” swaggering his way through the Gene Pitney chestnut “Town Without Pity,” and collaborating with ex-Clash leader Joe Strummer on the set-ending “Sammy Davis City.” Like Joe Jackson, who tried this kind of thing with his excellent Jumpin’ Jive album, Setzer takes this music seriously and turns in a credible version of it through a combination of craft and conviction.

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