Miss Rose & Her Rhythm Percolators | Who Walks In

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Who Walks In

by Miss Rose & Her Rhythm Percolators

Swingin\' vintage jazz from the 1920s and 1930s.
Genre: Jazz: Retro Swing
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1. Button Up Your Overcoat
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2. Someday Sweetheart
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3. Shanghai Lil
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4. Ain't She Sweet
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5. There Ain't No Sweet Man
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6. Who Walks In
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7. 'Deed I Do
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8. At the Codfish Ball
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9. I Can't Believe That You're in Love With Me
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10. Lovable and Sweet
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11. Whose Honey Are You
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Travel back in time to the earliest days of the Jazz Age with Miss Rose & Her Rhythm Percolators.

The Seattle-based quartet faithfully recreates the vintage jazz of the early 1920s to the mid \'30s -- the era when this original American music provided a playful soundtrack for the flappers who danced the Charleston and sipped illicit booze in the glitzy underworld of the speakeasy.

Miss Rose & Her Rhythm Percolators play well-known popular tunes that have since become part of the great American songbook and dust off forgotten gems from the early jazz era. Audiences delight at the unabashed romance, the playful humor, and the irresistible swing rhythms. Some can\'t help but dance or sing along.

To fully transport audiences, the band members dress in period clothing, share some of the music\'s history and run a slideshow of art and photos from the era during performances.

Singer Sunga Rose croons and strums a ukulele while the Percolators -- Dayton Allemann (piano), Mark Bentz (cornet/percussion) and Ericka Kendall (upright bass) -- keep time and knock out solos. Miss Rose & Her Rhythm Percolators revive for modern times a wonderful sound from a bygone era.


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Cecilie Scott

Who Walks In
Time travel with style!
All good, but here are are some favorites:
Shanghai Lil -- Sit back and close your eyes for a complete movie in 6 minutes. Better than late nights on TCM.
There Ain't No Sweet Man -- worth the salt in my tears. Yeah!
I Can't Believe That Youre in Love With Me -- Sunga Rose and Dayton Allemann open with a delicious duet for voice and piano, and it just keeps getting better.
A great collection beautifully delivered by Miss Rose and the Percolators.

Donald Jenny

who walks in
Miss Rose is the most refreshing sound to come along in years. her style and sound is right from the radio waves of the 20's and 30's. Totally injoyed her music and look forward to more releases and live conterts!!!!
a fan for life,
Donald Jenny

Rice B. and the RadioIndy.com Reviewer Team

Wonderful new jazz album
"Who Walks In," the debut album from Miss Rose and Her Rhythm Percolators, captures the sound & feel of 1920’s & 1930’s popular jazz styles with a mix of 11 classics & nearly forgotten songs from the era, including wonderful takes on such generation-crossing standards as “Ain’t She Sweet” & “’Deed I Do”. Singer & ukulele-player Sunga Rose leads a spot-on 4-piece band through a repertoire of pure nostalgia. And yet, this is no museum piece. The Rhythm Percolators quartet gives these songs new life with their deft & bouyant readings, making gems like the sprightly “At the Codfish Ball” sound almost contemporary. In addition, the outstanding title song, “Who Walks In,” has a wonderful Eastern European bounce while the ballad “Shanghai Lil,” exhibiting some of Miss Rose’s best vocals, reveals as much about its era as it does the timelessness of great song craft. As the Deperession era's popular radio hits can be seen as timeless classics, Miss Rose and Her Rhythm Percolators’ excellent new release “Who Walks In” is sure to appeal to music fans looking beyond today’s hottest sounds and should definitely be given a listen to.