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Imperial Swing Orchestra

by Imperial Swing Orchestra

"One of the best swing bands in the country"-Ted Nugent
Genre: Jazz: Retro Swing
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1. Girl With The Crimson Hair
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2:51 album only
2. Swingin' And Swayin'
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2:53 album only
3. Come Out And Play
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3:33 album only
4. Good Times Are Everywhere
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3:34 album only
5. Futureliner
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2:54 album only


Album Notes
"One of the best swing bands in the country!"
-Ted Nugent.

The band is focused on creating original music inspired by Swing, but also incorporating elements of Rock, Classical, Punk and Rockabilly. One can bet on killer horns, a toe-tappin' beat, and the singular vocal interpretations of Tracy Leigh!


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Chad Parmentier

Sounds great!

lindyhopper uk

dynamic, swinging tunes that make you want to dance
Fantastic all round swinging sound with dynamic, swinging tunes that make you want to dance.Shame there are so few tracks on this excellent album as we want so many more of this excellent band.


Old style swing, neo-swing feel
The only thing wrong with this album is that it's too brief. The music is top notch with very danceable rhythms and catchy lyrics. If only there were more songs.


great swing
While this CD only had 5 songs on it, the first three were awesome! I go to work each day with 'The Girl with the Crimson Hair' running over and over in my brain. 'Come out and Play' is also terrific.