Bill Elliott Swing Orchestra

Calling all Jitterbugs

The followup to our celebrated debut recording contains 14 great tracks, including 13 of Bill’s amazing originals plus a re-creation of the 1944 hit “ON THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA, AND THE SANTA FE”. The new disc features a wide range of styles and dancer-friendly tempos, and includes several tracks that have appeared in Hollywood films such as “INDEPENDENCE DAY”, “NIXON”, and “CATS DON’T DANCE”. Vocals are by the Lucky Stars, Amy Weston, and special guests. The recording sessions were mainly at the famed Capitol Records Studio B in Hollywood, and the vivid sound quality captures the world’s best swing band in all its glory. SWING TIME MAGAZINE said “Bill’s done it again … and better! Producing, writing and arranging a fresh batch of fourteen tunes … demands the response of all who crave not just a big band, but a grand band!” (Awarded ‘Five Martinis’ – Swing Time’s highest rating!) For lots more information on the album, who’s on it, and how it was made, see “Jitterbug Notes”.

Streamliner

Mildred, Won’t You Behave?

I’m Beginning to Like It

Sportsman’s Mambo

Twelve Cylinders

I Dreamed About You

Bill’s Bounce [Live]

The Guy I Met This Evening

Whisper Amor

On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe Tonight

I’m Goin’ Out With You

We Tried to Reach for the Moon

Oh, Vicky!

My Baby Said She’d Marry Me

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