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That Someone Just Aint You - Brian Setzer - Nitro Burnin Funny Daddy (CD, Album)

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  1. Oct 20,  · Nitro Burnin' Funny Daddy is the eleventh solo album from American musician Brian Setzer, released in on Surfdog Records. He said, when released, that it was the most personal record he had ever done. He ventured away from his traditional "hot rod rockabilly side" and wrote more about love, faith and death.5/5(2).
  2. Dec 28,  · Nitro Burnin' Funny Daddy, an Album by Brian Setzer. Released in on Surfdog (catalog no. ; CD). And even that feels like the meanest thing I can say about Nitro Burnin' Funny Day, an album whose only crime is being a little too old-time and country rock for what I'd like in my player. If you want to hear what it is like for me /5(3).
  3. Setzer I'm the oil in your engine, baby I'm smokin' and I'm burnin' I'm the oil in your engine, baby I'm smokin' and I'm burnin' Don't be comin' around here right now.
  4. Brian Setzer A Real Swinger, With Cat Class And Cat Style "Here's a little song I wrote in my garage in Massapequa," Brian Setzer told the highly-enthused British audience, as the Stray Cats went into one of their earliest and best-known tunes, Stray Cat Strut.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Nitro Burnin' Funny Daddy on Discogs.
  6. The onetime Stray Cat has put his orchestra in cold storage, at least temporarily: Nitro Burnin' Funny Daddy, as befits its title, is largely chopped and channeled rock 'n' roll. Even so, there's enough variety to keep listeners on their toes, from the raw riffing of the glamourpuss-bashing "Drink Whiskey and Shut Up" to the moody, Orbison Brand: Surfdog Records Ada.
  7. That Someone Just Ain't You Lyrics: Setzer / Someone new / Doing all the thing you used to do / But I know in my heart / That no one plays that part / 'Cause that someone just ain't you / Someone.
  8. If you enjoy rockabilly music this is the album for you. Brian Setzer does a great job of recreating the rock / country styling's of the s and early 60s. The album is fun. Songs like "When the Bells Don't Chime" and "Don't Trust a Woman (In a Black Cadillac)," are pure nostalgia. A good album /5(44).

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