Renowned ukulele virtuoso Ukulele Bartt flashes his fiery fingertips on 20 new songs of offbeat, lyrical romance. Sparkling wit and mesmerizing musicianship are Bartt's hallmarks, and both are served aplenty on this CD.
Flowing with romantic tunes of burritos and love, "Big Fat Moon" features the star-studded UB Sextet highlighted by Oingo-Boingo pianist Jon Gold's dazzling ivory-tinkling and the ooh-and-ahh backing vocals of Lyndie Rene of television's "Kimora - Life in the Fab Lane."
Bursting with ukulele solos, and sparkling with the one-of-a-kind style that has brought Bartt worldwide acclaim, the UB6's latest disc showcases Bartt's eye-popping mastery of styles ranging from Flamenco to Hawaiian, and from Boogie to Beatles. All the songs were written by Bartt, and he harmonizes with his Sextet on six-part melodies including:
Bartt kisses in the Vatican on "Do You Know Where I'd Like to Kiss You?"
Bartt covers his burrito lover in salsa ("Oh, my goodness! That's obscene!") in "Love Burrito"
Bartt keeps the Hawaiian chickens off the coral reef with rapid-fire uke solos in "Island Chickens"
Bartt escapes from Big Bad Betty's clutches: "You better look out when she starts to flirt, 'cause Betty's got a face like Ethyl Mertz."
Happy - that's what this music is. Listen for yourself!
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