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  • Audio CD (June 23, 1998)
  • Original Release Date: June 23, 1998
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Interscope Records
  • ASIN: B000007SAV
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (253 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,721 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Brian Setzer has spent much of his career revving up already hot retro styles to a booming pitch. While this generally worked in his early years with the rockabilly Stray Cats, it largely fails with his swing orchestra. Louis Prima--whose "Jump Jive an' Wail" is faithfully remade here--wasn't exactly the king of subtlety himself, but even he might have covered his ears at the blare produced by the combination of Setzer's (admittedly sharp) guitar playing and a too-bright horn section. A couple of The Dirty Boogie's cuts are cute ("You're the Boss," an Elvis Presley/Ann-Margret duet, is recast for Setzer and No Doubt frontwoman Gwen Stefani), but fans of the Cherry Poppin' Daddies and Big Bad Voodoo Daddy might think twice. --Rickey Wright

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This is the best album I've heard in years.
Ellyn Stephens
This is a marvelous album with great arrangements and musicianship.
Candace Scott
I recommend this CD for anyone who wants to give Swing music a try.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Joseph Panzarella on January 21, 2000
Format: Audio CD
I've been a fan of Brian Setzer since his days with the stray cats, and I'm still a fan. This Cd is definitely a rocker and a swinger, his style stayed pretty much the same, I'll define it as orchestrated rockabilly. There's some good rockabilly stuff here like "This Cat's On A Hot Tin Roof", "The Dirty Boogie", "This Old House", his own remake of "Rock This Town", and "Switchblade 327". The boogie and jump tunes are just as great, he does an excellent job with Louis Prima's "Jump Jive An' Wail", a really great duet with Gwen Stefani from the group No Doubt called "You're The Boss", and his own treatment to the Lieber & Stoller tune "Nosey Joe", a nice twangy feel to the Skyliners hit "Since I Don't Have You", a credible version of Bobby Darin's "As Long As I'm Singin'", and a cool rendition of the instrumental hit "Sleepwalk". If you like rockabilly and some jump boogie give this disc a listen to.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By David Fleming on October 23, 2002
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Yes, the overall sound is sharp. I'll grant that most of the songs are not subtle. Having expressed those cautions, let me say that this is a wonderful album. The songs are great fun and played with excellent style and energy. This is a band with some real musical talent. Brian's guitar work is, as always, extraordinary. He is a seriously underrated guitarist.
There are songs on here that do have subtlety, especially "Hollywood Nocturn," "Since I Don't Have You," and "You're the Boss." "Sleepwalk" is absolutely stunning. But mostly it's an album designed to make you want to dance. By now, we've all heard "Jump, Jive an' Wail" but "As Long as I'm Singin'" and "Let's Live it Up" are incredible. Even the remake of "Rock This Town" is a lot of fun (although I prefer the original).
While I think "The Brian Setzer Orchestra" and "Guitar Slinger" are better overall (with "Guitar Slinger" being the best swing album I've ever heard since the days of Enoch Light), "The Dirty Boogie" is excellent. If you like swing, this is a great one to have.
One final note: if you ever get the chance to see Brian Setzer live -- GO! He is a fabulous intertainer.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Martin 13 on June 17, 2004
Format: Audio CD
This is the best record of The Brian Setzer Orchestra! Jump Blues and Swing of course. Great! Cover "Jump, Jive, An' Wail" of Louis Prima is great, "You're the Boss" of Elvis/Ann Margret (Viva Las Vegas movie) is better than original (Gwen Stefani sings great), "As Long as I'm Singing" is an old Bobby Darin song, "This Cat's on a Hot Tin Roof", "The Dirty Boogie", "Let's Live It Up" and "Hollywood Nocturne" and "Switchblade 327" are his originals, while "Sleepwalk" (orig. Santo & Johnny), "Rock This Town" (orig. Stray Cats), "Since I Don't Have You" (orig. The Skyliners), "Nosey Joe" (orig. Bull Moose Jackson) are very good covers too.
Some excellent musicians are featured here (Tony Garnier - stand-up bass, Mark Winchester (ex. Planet Rockers) - stand-up bass and Eddie Nichols (Royal Crown Revue)-backing vocals). Brian Setzer is winning again!
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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful By "loungelizard7" on October 13, 1999
Format: Audio CD
I love this CD. It's not as good as my personal favorite Setzer Orchestra release, 'Guitar Slinger,' which I feel is their best release, but The Dirty Boogie holds its own. One too many rock-style numbers for me; I found that I mostly enjoyed the jazzier, more big-band style songs. I really like "Let's Live It Up;" it sounds like a Sinatra song, a whimsical fantasy. Plus, it has a really good intro (of course, the BSO has some of the best intro's I've ever heard). Though massively overplayed (I still don't like to listen to it because I've heard it enough times to supply me well into my hundreds), "Jump Jive an' Wail" is a catchy, if repetitive song. This version won a Grammy, and if you aren't sick of it, it's a really good song. One fun track is the outrageously sexy "You're the Boss," cut from the final print of Elvis flick 'Viva Las Vegas.' This risque eybrow-raiser, a duet between Setzer and singer Gwen Stefani, has a great arrangement. I love the melody, and the double-entendre lyrics are...well, let's just say they put pretty vivid pictures in your mind. Oddly enough, I'm not sure that I've ever heard the original "Rock This Town," but I'll tell you what, the arrangement offered here is a real winner. With a swinging intro (including a fantastic sax solo) that clocks in at about a minute-four, this is one of the album's best tracks. After all these years, the song is still cool, and the simple-yet-catchy melody leaves me humming time after time. Setzer does a wonderful job on fifties-jukebox-style "Since I Don't Have You." This song is one of the best examples of his smooth crooning voice. Liste for his ventures into falsetto range, particularly at the end.Read more ›
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Sexy Suzy on December 1, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Ooh I love sipin' my martini and lounging on my retro 1940's loveseat, in my vintage 1930's silk gown in my retro 1920's California bungalow house, while playing this classic rockabilly big band cd. the duet with my fellow retro girl Gwen Stefani is exellent. I can't throw one of my famous cocktail parties without thowing this cd on the aound system(along with some emmett Miller and Leon Redbone, and maybe some Ruth etting). This cd is not only a good companion for drinking piank champaigne, it's alos good for smoking ciagrs, and dancing elegantly across my hardwood floors, ah this cd is a classic! Yuo simply must own it dahhling...
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