The Velvet Smash | Smashing

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Smashing

by The Velvet Smash

Talented, unique, personable, danceable, versatile seven piece lounge band that plays everything from Sinatra to Morphine, from salsa to originals. Zesty. Retro. Fun. Enjoy!
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. Gimme That Wine
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3:55 $1.24
2. Mambo Italiano
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5:02 $1.24
3. Angel Eyes
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3:36 $1.24
4. Narigón
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3:47 $1.24
5. The Littlest Things
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2:55 $1.24
6. The Light Bulb Thieves
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3:43 $1.24
7. Top Floor Bottom Buzzer
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6:08 $1.24
8. I Won't Hide
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3:51 $1.24
9. Libertango
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6:11 $1.24
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Velvet Smash is a lounge-a-licious band of musical masterminds from Madison, WI who embrace sybaritic 60's classics, but fearlessly lounge-ify a wild mix of other tunes as well.

"Mambo Italiano" and "Angel Eyes" sit comfortably in the set with Morphine's "Top Floor, Bottom Buzzer" and Tom Wait's "Jockey Full of Bourbon." You'll undulate to Astor Piazzola's "Libertango" and melt to the longing melody of "Les Etoiles." Stevie Wonder's "Supersition" is at home with the Jungle Book's "Trust In Me", and who knew that "What Lola Wants" can be geniusly played as a polka?

This and much more is brought to you via powerhouse, sexy vocals backed by brass, vibes, hot rhythm, and accordion with enticingly strange forays into the land of the singing saw.


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