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Customer Reviews


Dude, Brian Setzer is a guitar beast he should get a nobel peace prize for this stuff.


I agree with "TheMushieOfDoom" I will also add that this album is just one tiny notch from being my favorite Brian Setzer album. My favorite by a thread is his latest, "Songs From Lonely Avenue". So many great tunes hear and great differing styles. Don't Say You Love Me is one of the best songs I ever heard. I hope Brian keeps making new music.

Brian Setzer is Awesome!!!

I have been a long time fan of Brian Setzer, since I saw him perform with the Stray Cats in the 80’s. When the Stray Cats took a Hiatus, or went there separate ways, I was concerned about when I was going to hear him again. Then in the mid early 90’s he came out with the first Orchestra Album, and I fell in love with it. The new direction of having a Rockabilly inspired Big Band just blew my mind! My parents were much older than most of my friends parents, so when I grew up in the late 70’s and through the 80’s, instead of them listening to the Beatles, and younger parents genres of popular music, my parents were listening to Benny Goodman, Duke Ellington, Glenn Miller, and a lot of Traditional New Orleans Jazz, such as Fire House Five, Gremoli, George Probert, and Bob Scobey. I grew up listening to mostly Alternative Rock Music, as well as classic rock. That being said, I have had this certain taste of music that ranges from Alt Rock, Punk, Rockabilly, Big Band, Jazz etc… So anything Brian Setzer has been putting out since the inception of his Orchestra, has just seemed to be the best case scenario of his ever evolving abilities. I’m still a life long fan, and have enjoyed seeing him perform live throughout his career. Brian Setzer’s 13 is a really great (stripped down from his orchestra) album, rooted in Rockabilly, and rock’s!


Born: April 10, 1959 in Massapequa, NY

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Every decade has its own retro craze spearheaded by a true believer who brings classic sounds and style back into vogue. Brian Setzer performed this trick not just once but twice, first as the leader of the Stray Cats, the trio that brought rockabilly back into the charts during the '80s, then he helped popularize the swing revival of the '90s with the Brian Setzer Orchestra. Both of these sounds were grounded in the '50s -- that's when rockabilly was born but also the heyday of the kind of jump...
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