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by The End Times Spasm Band

Quirky and fun swing from a female-vocal fronted quintet recalling New Orleans jazz, classic female blues, and jug band music from the 1920s and 30s.
Genre: Jazz: Retro Swing
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1. When Autumn Blooms
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2. I Never Knew
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3. Bertrand Hustle
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4. Medea
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5. I Don't Roll Like That
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6. Saint James Infirmary
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7. Neptune & Pluto
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“…it’s the effortless lyrical and musical wit that keeps the band from becoming just a novelty act. Filled with plucky narrative songwriting and heartbreaking characters, the band’s period-style originals are both authentic and fresh.” - The Journal Gazette

“These youngish bucks (and doe) provide fine entertainment for you eyes and ears.” - Andy Bean, of the Two Man Gentlemen Band

Six original tunes (and one standard) in a hot period style! Vocalist Lyndsy Rae Patterson lends a bluesy interpretation to songs about loves won, loves lost, and science. Meanwhile the band cooks up swinging beats and fiery solos. For people in the mood to dance.

Featuring: Lyndsy Rae Patterson – Vocals, percussion; Bjart Helms – Guitar, kazoo, vocals; Erik Stillabower – Tenor banjo, baritone ukulele; Zach Wright – Upright bass; Eric Stuckey - Drums

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