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PostSubject: brian setzer orchestra review in danish newpaper   Mon Dec 21, 2009 12:24 pm

this is the google translate -danish to english -5 out of 6 -very very good Brian

A sexy sound
(5 / 6)

HENNING Høeg - Monday 21 December 2009 09:01 | Updated: 13:50
Imagine one of those old black and white cinema-noir film, where the long-legged brunette with a hoarse voice tells the tough private detective that she needs his help. He hesitates only. But when he has zoomed brunet's lips and watched her rhythmic scale-time, he sold.



And what does it all with Brian Setzer newest album to make?


Well, here is the listener may be a little hesitant private detective. The music is the long-legged brunette, who with his swing and his eyes alluring darkness seduces even the most reluctant. And if you then add just a tiny pinch of Tarantino, then running the film probably already in your head.


Fantastic guitar fingers


Once long ago, in the mid-'80s, hittede Brian Setzer with his billy rock trio The Stray Cats. Think 'Rock This Town' and 'Stray Cat Strut'. And they gave particular a terrific concert at Roskilde Festival Orange Stage. Since then, the man with the ever impressive Elvis hair and a fantastic guitar fingers explored the great American songwriters tax - from jazz and swing to blues, bebop and back to rock. And in 'Songs From Lonely Avenue' he frames the jackpot as never before.


With help from the legendary 87-year-old tramp-arranger Frank Comstock, who have ever worked with Judy Garland and Doris Day, Brian Setzer paint a dynamic, dreamy, while violently sexy sound.


And then songs like 'Kiss Me Deadly', 'Gimme Some Rhythm' and 'Trouble Train' while holding such a high compositional quality, so it is impossible not only to surrender.


'Songs From Lonely Avenue "is also one of those CDs where one song is not enough. It all hangs together. And if you want to treat yourself, buy the whole filth in a shop - not one song at a time through iTunes.
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PostSubject: Re: brian setzer orchestra review in danish newpaper   Mon Dec 21, 2009 12:39 pm

What paper was this in dk-ian?
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PostSubject: Re: brian setzer orchestra review in danish newpaper   Mon Dec 21, 2009 1:30 pm

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