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Customer Reviews

Rollicking fun

I love every second of this! There are decidedly some new directions here. There's Hillbilly Jazz, Chet Atkins style country, some really tasty solo guitar tracks, and lots of the Rockabilly we've come to expect.

This wonderful record fits perfectly within Setzer's amazing body of works. It is really great to hear what guitarists do once they get into the 50+ age range. Think of the latest from Jeff Beck, Clapton, Robben Ford, Reverend Horton Heat, and Buddy Guy (who is coming up on 80)

Phenomenal guitar playing

From one of the best. Go-Go Godzilla my favorite. In the film Soul Surfer
loving this!

Bill a U2 fan

Brian Setzer has got to be the best living guy on guitar today...hands down! He's a great showman and musician. If you love it when Brian "goes off" on his other albums, you'll love this album. I must admit I miss his awesome voice, but once you realize what he's trying to do just get it. It's totally enjoyable, and totally Brian, totally fun. It's what he does best. Thanks to Mr. Setzer for yet another great album. You don't even have to think about it, just buy this ROCKS!


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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