BRIAN SETZER - Nitro Burnin' Funny Daddy - LP - 180g Transparent Red Vinyl

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BRIAN SETZER - Nitro Burnin' Funny Daddy - LP - 180g Transparent Red Vinyl

BRIAN SETZER - Nitro Burnin' Funny Daddy - LP - 180g Transparent Red Vinyl



LABEL: Surfdog Records

CAT NO: 0810020503418

BARCODE: 0810020503418



Side A
1. Sixty Years
2. Don’t Trust A Woman (In A Black Cadillac)
3. When The Bells Don’t Chime
4. That Someone Just Ain’t You
5. Rat Pack Boogie
6. Drink Whiskey And Shut Up

Side B
1. Ring, Ring, Ring
2. Smokin’ ‘N Burnin’
3. Wild Wind
4. St. Jude
5. To Be Loved
6. When The Bells Don’t Chime (Banjo Mix)
7. Luck Be A Lady (Single Version)

BRIAN SETZER – Nitro Burnin’ Funny Daddy

LP – 180g Transparent Red Vinyl

Surfdog Records and Brian Setzer release for the first time, Setzer’s classic 2003 album Nitro Burnin’ Funny Daddy on vinyl.

Only Brian Setzer could cut an album with more lyrical honesty and musical diversity than anything he’s ever done and then title it Nitro Burnin’ Funny Daddy. Not that the name is misleading; Nitro is in fact packed with explosive performances. There’s more than enough volatile picking and singing to mark this as a highlight of a catalog already crowded with great albums he’s delivered as leader of the history-making Stray Cats and on his own too.

But there’s more: street-corner doo-wop, heartbreak balladry, a foot-stomp hoedown, several lyrics that will shock and stun longtime fans, and always, somewhere in the mix, the blues. Every track is distinctive, none sounds like any of the others, yet all of them are pure Setzer. And it’s all compressed into a tight trio format – Setzer and his big band colleagues, standup slap-bass powerhouse Johnny Hatton and rhythm dynamo Bernie Dresel on snare and cymbals – whose sound evokes Les Paul, Junior Parker, and even Earl Scruggs as much as Louis Prima or Eddie Cochran.

Originally released in 2003, Nitro Burnin’ Funny Daddy was Brian Setzer’s eleventh solo album and when it was released he said it was the most personal record he had ever done. The album followed his big-band release Boogie Woogie Christmas from the previous year and saw him back to his rockabilly best, taking in doo-wop (“To Be Loved”), bluegrass (“When The Bells Don’t Chime”), rootsy-rock (“Don’t Trust A Woman (In A Black Cadillac)”) and going on a cinematic Wild-West romp (“Wild Wind”).