Hi Elvis fans!!!
I had already started a thread about this last week. I'm going to try it again and see if I can get your opinions on the following.
I want to tell you about a new album which is due out on September 25, 2007. It's by The Brian Setzer Orchestra and it's called Wolfgang's Big Night Out. It's a concept album where Brian has taken well-known classical pieces such as Beethoven's Fifth (you know, that song they play at the beginning of the Judge Judy show!), Flight Of The Bumblebee, William Tell Overture, 1812 Overture, Blue Danube among others and brings his own unique style of swing/big band flavor to it. If classical is not your thing, this is not classical as you're used to hearing it.
Here's what I'd like you to do~go to www.myspace.com/bsowolfgang. PLEASE NOTE: YOU DO NOT HAVE TO HAVE AN ACCOUNT WITH MYSPACE IN ORDER TO LISTEN TO THE MUSIC ON THE PAGE.
It's as easy as listening to the upcoming songs from the new album and giving some feedback on what you think about the music. For those of you not familiar with myspace, a song will automatically play when you click on the above link. There are three songs as of now and they include Take The 5th, based on Beethoven's 5th Symphony, One More Night With You, which includes vocals by Brian and is based on Edvard Grieg's Hall Of The Mountain King, and finally Wolfgang's Big Night Out, based on Mozart's Eine Kleine Nachtmusic. All you have to do when a song is finished is click on the song title to hear the other songs.
Thank you for your time. I hope some of you who already are familiar with Brian Setzer's work enjoy this new adventure he's taken on. For those of you not familiar with Brian Setzer, check this out. It's very unique and it rocks at the same time!
P.S. LONG LIVE THE KING!