Delco Nightingale | Swingin' the King

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Swingin' the King

by Delco Nightingale

Philadelphia Swingabilly quartet Delco Nightingale lean toward the 'billy side this time around with their fifth release, a collection of eight songs made famous by Elvis Presley; recorded completely live in the studio.
Genre: Rock: Rockabilly
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1. Kiss Me Quick
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2. Little Egypt
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3. I Need Somebody to Lean On
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4. I Slipped, I Stumbled, I Fell
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5. Surrender
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6. Witchcraft
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7. Do Not Disturb
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8. New Orleans
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Philadelphia Swingabilly quartet Delco Nightingale lean toward the 'billy side this time around with their fifth release, a collection of eight songs made famous by Elvis Presley titled "Swingin' The King". This album is the culmination of three years of performances at David Quick's Elvisfest weekender in Chapel Hill, NC, where participation required the inclusion of at least two Elvis songs in the band's set. They took the opportunity to delve into Presley's repertoire, and Delco Nightingale came up with a varied selection of some of his lesser-known tunes. From a raucous rendition of "Witchcraft" (which was, in fact, a Spiders song covered by Elvis), to the silly interplay in "Little Egypt", to the sparse and tender delivery of "I Need Somebody to Lean On", the band shows an easy versatility, offering up a song for every mood. Recorded completely live by Ted Richardson at Cedar Street Studios, this album is the best representation to date of the sound and feeling Delco Nightingale deliver at one of their live shows.


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