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by Big Tubba Mista

14 Neo-Swing songs featuring intricate horn lines and harmonies with a distinctive hard edge and driving backbeat-- it's sure to get you up and moving.
Genre: Jazz: Swing/Big Band
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1. Los Caballeros Social Club
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2. Walk Right Out
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3. Two-Faced
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4. If You Only Knew
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5. Set Em' Up
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6. Come Dance With Me
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7. Perfect Stranger
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8. Gorgeous Hog
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9. Drive By (Live)
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10. Baby, No More (Live)
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11. St. James Infirmary (Live)
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12. 1,2,3 (Live)
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13. Killer on 37th Street (Live)
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14. Bonus Swing Track
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Big Tubba Mista is a seven piece swing band hailing from Harrisburg, PA. This veteran Swing act has
created an amazing stir throughout the East and West Coasts, bringing their unique brand of Swing to audiences of all ages.

If you're a fan of Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Brian Setzer Orchestra, or Royal Crown Revue, you'll love Big Tubba Mista. Their hard-nosed, driving brand of Swing is sure to get you movin'!

Read what other folks have said about Big Tubba Mista:

Smokin' Neo-Swing band! Check out their theme song, "Big Tubba Mista". Funky
breaks, great horn section - a real riot! – www.swingdancemusic.com

Smooth rhythms, a blast of solid horns, solid drum lines and great bass and
guitar features blend with John’s liquid vocals to create a cocktail that’s part
swing, part rock, and part pure bliss. – Sparechange Magazine

The band is not content to sit back and give note-for-note renderings of classics, even though the style
sometimes requires it. Whether ripping through classics like “In the Mood” or raunchier numbers like
“My Baby’s Puddin,” Big Tubba Mista seems more interested in giving the music an edge and
keeping it lively. – Mode Magazine

Formed back in 1997, Big Tubba Mista has released 3 CDs and a documentary DVD to date. Their first two CD's, "The Sting That's Swing" and "Knock One Back" sold over 15,000 copies combined.

Big Tubba Mista has played at such notable Swing venues as The Derby in Hollywood, CA and the Supper Club in New York City. The boys have had their music aired on MTV and Showtime, and their music is featured on two Swing Compilations, "New Millenium Swing" and "Swing This Baby 3".

Big Tubba Mista continues to actively perform throughout the East Coast-- catch em' at a live show soon!!


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Alex

Hot jump swing with a Latin touch
These guys have it all. And by it all I mean a lot. A lot of what? How about rhythm? They've got a lot of that. And energy, they've got that too. My big problem with most neo-swing bands is they tend to do a laid back sound when what we really want are the pumping, hard-driving beats of Big Bad Voodoo Daddy or Brian Setzer. Think Benny Goodman at Carnegie Hall rather than chilling with Peggy Lee. That's what Big Tubba Mista has. Then throw in a bit of Latin influence to get their groove on and you have one of the best bands I've ever heard.