|Artist:||Big Sandy And His Fly-Rite Boys|
BIG SANDY and his FLY RITE BOYS present a sound that takes their rockabilly roots and encompasses folk, bluegrass, Western swing, and Cajun.
‘Jumping From 6 to 6’ was originally released in 1994, produced by the main man from THE BLASTERS DAVE ALVIN, this album was described as a recording that opened the flood gates for others seeking to bring Western Swing back to prominence.
‘Dedicated to You’ was BIG SANDY’S solo debut which heralds a major shift away from the retro Western Swing work with the FLY RITE BOYS. The album celebrates the classic L.A low rider sound featuring 15 Doo Wop and RnB covers that were originally recorded between 1954 and 1961.
Recorded with legendary pianist DEWEY TERRY, one half of the 50’s Rock n’ Roll duo DON and DEWEY.
Disc 1: Jumping From 6 to 6, Different GIRL, True Blue, Someone Like You, When I Found You, Who Tell Me Who, Weary Blues Form Waitin’, Hi-Billy Music, This Aint A Good Time, Barnyard Beatnik, Honey Stick Around A While, Honkey Tonk Queen, This Heart O Mine, Looking For A Love Me Gal, Foothill Boogie, Juiced.
Disc 2: Lonely Guy, Pretty Girls Everywhere, Gloria, Oochie Coochie, Baby Baby Me, Hey Seniorita, Hey Girl Hey Boy, I Love You So, Death Of An Angel, Guided Missiles, Have Love Will Travel, Heaven and Paradise, I’m Leaving It All Up To You, Dedicated To You, Yama Yama Pretty Mama, Queen of My Heart.