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Introducing Deja Boom

by Dean Scott and the Deja Boomers

A musical experience to make baby boomers laugh, cry, dance, reminisce and celebrate life...all at the same time.
Genre: Rock: 50's Rock
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1. I'm Afraid of Gettin' Old
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2. Shotgun (Not Fun)
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3. Charlie Brown (Grandpa Bud)
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4. Never Too late (to Fall in Love)
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5. Searchin' (For My Glasses)
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6. I'm Walkin' (I'm Limpin')
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7. What Does it Take To Win Your Love (What Do I Take)
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8. Got The Grays (Cause I'm Too Old for the Blues)
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9. Summertime Blues (Geriatric Blues)
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10. Young Blood (Old Blood)
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11. Teenager in Love (Old-Ager in Love)
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12. In The Midnight Hour (Before the Midnight Hour)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Deja Boom founders Barry and Bobbie Siegel watched one Rock and Roll revival show too many when they came to a conclusion. The sounds of the ’50’s and ’60’s were still great, but 60-year-old people singing about the problems encountered during their teenage years were badly in need of a face-lift. In order to update these classic lyrics, Barry and Bobbie performed some surgery to replace the messages dealing with the problems of growing UP, with the problems of growing OLD. They teamed with legendary performer Dean Scott to create three new songs with a ’50’s & ’60’s sound, along with nine classic Oldies with an updated treatment aimed right at the baby boomer generation.

The result? A musical celebration of every boomer’s past, present and future. This album is a great gift item, and certain to be the life of the party at any boomer gathering or reunion. It will make you laugh, cry, dance, reminisce and celebrate life… all at the same time.

Born between the end of WWII and 1964, Baby Boomers changed American life and music. Deja Boom, Inc. is doing that… all over again. Across the retail landscape, products are being developed for aging Boomers. These children of the 40’s, 50’s and 60’s have a unique approach to aging. They aren’t embarrassed or inhibited by it. Boomers live life to the fullest with the dollars to do so. Deja Boom understands that philosophy. When the song, Teenager in Love becomes Old Ager in Love, the music may sound the same, but the words humorously lament the number of medical tests performed. And the teen that rocked to Summertime Blues, will get a kick out of Geriatric Blues, and lyrics that promise to “take my problem to the AARP.” The mischievous teenager Charlie Brown is replaced by the ever youthful Grandpa Bud. After 50 years,
I’m Walkin’ becomes I’m Limpin’. Doin’ the Shotgun is now Not Fun, Gettin’ Old is Not Fun. What Does It Take to Win Your Love is replaced with What Do I Take for My Cholesterol.

And we can no longer wait for The Midnight Hour. We need to get things done Before the Midnight Hour. And even after half a century, we’re all still Searchin’…for our glasses. Yes, who among us can’t say I’m afraid of Gettin’ Old, and who can’t relate to Got the Grays, Cause I’m too Old for The Blues. But despite it all, there won’t be a dry eye in the house as Dean brings Doo Wop to a whole new level with Never Too Late To Fall In Love.

Who’s Dean Scott?

Dean Scott is one of the World’s most sought after Entertainers. This great song stylist, musician, impressionist and comedian has performed for everyone from Johnny Carson to former Presidents Gerald Ford and George Bush. He has appeared everywhere from the Taj Mahal to Bob Hope’s birthday parties. He has performed for all ages and all types of people, ranging from everyday fans to Elvis Presley himself! He has appeared on The Tonight Show, The Ed Sullivan Show, ABC’s Wide World of Entertainment and more. He has played to crowds of fans at the Las Vegas Hilton, The Flamingo Hilton, Caesars Palace, The Queen Elizabeth, The Houston Astrodome, The Beverly Hilton, The Summit, The Legends of Golf, The Houston Open, and The Sahara Open, to name only a few. Dean is one of only seventeen performers in the world to receive the Jimmy Durante Life Time Achievement Award. All the other recipents of this award are more widely known across the globe, such as Lucille Ball.


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Brad

Just what I like!
The artists do a hell of a good job covering these oldies..and their lyrics are hilarious!

Carol Barber

I want to party with the people who created it!
The cover promised a variety of emotions and actions - from laughing out loud to nearly weeping, from quietly reflecting to throwing out your back doing the Monkey! It exceeds its own promo and makes a Boomer feel connected - "the love, man!"
Yep, it's a drag getting old, but DJB reminded me that I'm in great company. Keep cookin', Bobbie & Boys! cb (Boomer '48)

Barbara Chelette

Great fun for us Baby Boomers. Terrific musicians and vocals.
Terrific fun for us Baby Boomers. I play this at my gym while we Boomers workout. Sax and drums were never this good in the 50's. Dean Scott is as great as ever, but Mike Duffy sends this CD over the top. Great Christmas Gift.

Gareth Davies

A Terrific Take on a Golden Age
I'm a British Baby Boomer vintage 1948 and this quite spectacular cd brings back the golden days of my youth with a vengeance. Its got the lot , top production and vocals, plus the novelty of alternate lyrics to bring ageing to musical life. This is a real breath of fresh air in the 21st century music marketplace and leaves me wondering if this is the same "Dean Scott" who released a 45 on Scepter Records called "Gotta Have Losers Too" that was produced by Huey P Meaux. Or is it the Dean Scott that released a Cd called "Holdin' on for dear life" in '89.
Ironically both the above come from Texas as does this guy so that's the reason for asking the question.
Can someone confirm or deny please? Either way I'd love this album in my car player. Top marks to all concerned--- I'm skipping on my zimmer frame all the way to the bank!

kaitlin smith

um...Mike Duffy is [A.M.A.Z.I.N.G]
um...this cd is F A N T I S T I C! i LOVE it. i could listen to it over and over again!...and Mike Duffy, migh his he handsome or what and a [A.M.A.Z.I.N.G] singer!...in all...it's a GREAT cd and i recomend you to go out and buy it!!!!

John Cerniglia

Great CD I also bought one for my two oldest kids.
I myself am a bass player and have been playing that type of music for years. I found that some of the songs sound better than the originals. Our local oldies station uses some of the songs for bumper music coming back from comercials.That is where I heard the CD. Great CD Guys.