Chris Cassone & Friends | The Barbecue All Stars

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The Barbecue All Stars

by Chris Cassone & Friends

The BBQ All Stars have created the world's first CD totally about good ol' Southern BBQ with roots in blues, rock, rockabilly, boogie, swamp and Zydeco.
Genre: Rock: Rockabilly
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Barbecue All Stars Theme
The Barbeque All Stars
3:07 $1.29
2. My Baby Loves Barbecue
The Barbecue All Stars
3:23 $1.29
3. Crazy 'bout My Bacon
The Barbecue All Stars
4:09 $1.29
4. Baby Back Ribs
The Barbecue All Stars
4:27 $1.29
5. A Chicken Ain't Nothing but a Bird
The Barbecue All Stars
2:21 $1.29
6. Never Too Hot
The Barbecue All Stars (Featuring Ace Frehley)
3:58 $1.99
7. Squeal Like a Pig
The Barbecue All Stars (Featuring Ace Frehley)
4:44 $1.29
8. Big Chief
The Barbecue All Stars
3:27 $1.29
9. High on the Hog
The Barbecue All Stars (Featuring Ace Frehley)
3:14 $1.29
10. Wild About You Baby
The Barbecue All Stars
3:42 $1.29
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
I fell in love with real southern barbeque when I worked on Amtrak in 1975. Growing up basically a Yankee (my home town of Port Chester, NY is right on the border of Connecticut) it took a train into the deep south to bring me face-to-face with true backwoods BBQ. I was the "entertainer" on Train 81, the Silver Star, NY to Miami, but I got off upstate so I could catch the train back north as I needed to play every night in the bar car. Sebring, Deland, and Okeechobee were the towns where I could get an awesome meal (and cheaply, for a young musician). So the wood-fired pit BBQ joints were my choice. What I remember the most was the small "mop" for the sauce. Never saw that in NY.

Fast forward to 2010, when I offered to take my girlfriend to a new roadside BBQ place up here in Putnam County, NY, she actually thought we were going for hamburgers and hot dogs. Boy, was she amazed at the pulled pork and BBQ brisket that we were served. She talked about it all night...while I had a guitar in my hands.

The next morning I put the finishing touches on the song and was in the studio not long after.

So I went on a tour of the South and mid-West to find them: Memphis, St. Louis, Kansas City, Mississippi, Alabama and North Carolina. I found some of the "shrines" of BBQ - Charlie Vergos' Ribs, Arthur Bryant's, Leonard's, Big Bob Gibson's. And I also discovered a new phenomenon, the BBQ and Music Festival! and watch this site as we will be bringing our BBQ All Stars on the road this summer to a festival in your town.



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