Fred Spek's Camp Combo | For Cryin' out Loud

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For Cryin' out Loud

by Fred Spek's Camp Combo

Odd, eccentric, unusual, quirky. A mix of moody instrumentals and some distinctive vocal numbers. Weird Jazz with alt-pop influences. Adult alternative but good for kids too!
Genre: Jazz: Weird Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Churla Burla
3:07 album only
2. Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?
4:25 album only
3. Can't Complain
2:48 album only
4. Cash Only
4:36 album only
5. Campng at Jola's
4:25 album only
6. For Cryin' out Loud
2:53 album only
7. Blue Baran
2:24 album only
8. Gunplay Incident
3:02 album only
9. Cairo
5:13 album only
10. Havana Banana
2:03 album only
11. How Sane
3:35 album only
12. Truth Be Told
3:28 album only
13. Leon Laughs
2:24 album only
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Album Notes
Entertaining, energetic weirdo quartet CaMp CoMbO play wacky lounge, maudlin ballads, crazy swing, latin beats, polkas, circus marches and maybe a surf groove.
Darkly gleeful, often improvised and full of tricks! Gobs of original music, and a modern twist on some oddball covers.

Mysterious, ubiquitous Toronto music scenester Lonely Vagabond added this to his blog:
"Fred Spek is a modern day Al Jolson-meets-Benny Goodman, part entertainer, part bandleader. The music is a bouncy carousel seamlessly blending jazz, swing, and ragtime. Offbeat characters capturing that sparkle of a Mardi Gras procession. A throwback, spattering of minstrelism and rousing musicianship, in the heart of Torontopia. A cuddly heart. With the spirit to match."

Camp Combo opened for the very hilarious duo The Wet Spots at Toronto's Revival Club one Valentines Day, and someone at BlogTO said:
"The opening act, Fred Spek's Camp Combo, featured all of the elements essential for a novelty act: mad-paced, frenetic music that careened wildly between lounge and jazz, the all-important banjo and a singer sporting a fine jacket..."



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