Senders – Jumpin’ Uptown
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Jumpin' Uptown by The Senders was released Jul 03, 1997 on the Blue Loon label. The blues-based swing group known as the Senders emphasize great licks and horn-heavy swing, giving them a noticeable edge on more alternative acts like Cherry Poppin' Daddies or Brian Setzer. - Earl Simmons
1. Southshore Drive - 3:23 2. Keep On Churnin' - 3:00 3. So Good - 3:16 4. Don't Shout At Me Daddy - 3:12 5. I Wanna Be Around - 6:26 6. It's Obdacious - 2:30 7. You'd Better Believe Me - 3:08 8. Complainin' Woman - 3:13 9. Without Your Love - 5:17 10. They Don't Want Me To Rock - 3:06 11. Flyin' Home - 3:14 12. Wasn't That Good - 3:00 13. Trouble In Mind - 4:08 14. Your Red Wagon - 2:40 15. Midnight Special - 4:33 16. Everything I Do Is Wrong - 3:14 17. All She Wants To Do Is Rock - 3:18 18. Satisfy My Soul - 4:54
Dave Brown (vocals, guitar) , Charmin Michelle (vocals) , Bill Black (upright bass) , Bruce Pedalty (keyboards) , Scott Johnson (tenor sax) , Big Jay McNeely (tenor saxophone on 2,3, 17) . Bob Byers (alto saxophone, baritone saxophone) , Pete Masters (trombone) , Marty Bryduck (drums).
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