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Album Review

Pianist Steve Lucky and singer/guitarist Carmen Getit (Patsy Smith) are the stars of the Rhumba Bums, a hard-swinging band from San Francisco that specializes in late-1940s jump jazz and blues. The vocal interplay between Lucky and Getit (whose fine guitar playing is influenced by T-Bone Walker) is humorous and colorful. Their exciting disc has no slow moments, with many fine solos from Lucky, Getit, tenors Peter Cornell and Rob Sudduth, and occasional spots for tenors Jules Broussard, Sean Hiemstra, and Scott Patterson. The highlights include Lucky's "Jumptown," T-Bone Walker's "Bye Bye Baby," "Rumpus Room Honeymoon," "Wall to Wall Sax," "Down Boy," and "Hoppty-Do." One of the best retro swing sets of the 1990s.

Come Out Swingin', Steve Lucky and the Rhumba Bums
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  • 8,99 €
  • Genres: Blues, Music, Jazz
  • Released: 24 November 1998

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