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Hot Damn Them Peanuts

by Swingbooty

Upbeat, hot Gypsy Jazz with violin, flute, and guitar leads. Django inspired six piece band with expanded instrumentation.
Genre: Jazz: Gypsy Jazz
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1. All of Me
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2. Sweet Sue
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3. It Had to Be You
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4. Swing Gitan
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5. I Can't Give You Anything But Love
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6. Bossa Dorado
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7. Mack the Knife
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8. Dinah
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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SWINGBOOTY takes the irresistible, upbeat Django inspired jazz sound of the 1930's and brings it into the 21st Century with full percussion and expanded leads –violin, flute, and guitar. It's a style with one foot in a 30's Paris café and the other in a 2012 outdoor music festival.
SWINGBOOTY's mixed DNA is most apparent in its live shows where poi spinners and LED dancers light up the dance floor. There is a sense of community among these eclectic audiences –brought together by a musical genre that endures long past the lives of Django Reinhardt, Stéphane Grappelli, Louis Armstrong, and Duke Ellington.


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