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I'll be listening to this one when I want to hear good music that makes you want to get up and move!
All in all a good CD to add to any collection, expecially if you already like Brian Setzer and enjoyed "The Dirty Boogie".
I did like the take off of Glenn Miller with "Getting' In the Mood", except for the bit of rapping in the middle of the song.
An Interesting Blend of Selections and Styles. The Stray Cats all grown up and still going strong with a new twist..Published 14 months ago by William A. Soop
Once again I love boogie woogie. If this is what you are lookin for, then get it going.Good sounds now.Published 17 months ago by Nevin Selke
Never heard of Brian Setzer, then a friend at work described his style "Big Band meets 50's Rock-n-Roll". Bought it on Amazon and played it nonstop for weeks. Read morePublished 21 months ago by J D Marshall
I hope your Fuelie Heads are screamin' by the time you get up on the highway with this one blastin' out your stereo! Brian, Brian, Brian, you are the BEST!! Read morePublished 23 months ago by Lyle Webster
I bought it for a xmas gift and it made my grandson very happy. I choose the rating based on how much he listens to it. He would recommend the whole world buy it. Must be good!Published 23 months ago by Mill2
Vavoom is Brian and the gang at their very best. That's the kinda sugar papa likes really stands out, as does the BSO version of Mack The Knife. Read morePublished on August 17, 2009 by Js Malone
Brian Setzer knocks another one out of the park with this album. I'm pretty sure I haven't come across a bad Brian Setzer album yet. Read morePublished on January 30, 2009 by Justin Abbott
I was a stray cats fan, and it was the Gap ad with Jump Jive and Wail that clued me in to BSO. Great sound, although their live double disk from Montreal and Tokyo is solid five... Read morePublished on January 13, 2007 by Big Guy
I don't understand all the negative comments regarding Vavoom. It's an excellent cd and I recommend it for any swing/rockabilly fans. Read morePublished on December 19, 2006 by Mitty