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Jet Set Six- Livin' It Up


$11.99 - US Orders Only
Label: Mutiny Records
Catalog #: 60023 80020-2
Released: 1998
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If you're looking for a CD to compliment a great martini, look no further. In the tradition of Tony Bennett comes the East coast band Jet Set Six with Livin' It Up. Their smooth vocals and tight horn section make this a perfect party album. That's not to say that there aren't some danceable tunes. In fact, the songs "Perpetual Bachelor," "My Love" and "Hotline" will definitely have you on the dance floor after the first few beats. But the slower numbers, like "My Torrid Heart," "Jack & Joe" and "If I Could Be Anyone" will give you an opportunity to catch your breath, sip your drink, and enjoy the company of someone lovely. Deep down inside, there's a lounge lizard in all of us.

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1. Every Single Day
2. Livin' It Up
3. The Perpetual Bachelor
4. The Dame That Knotted My Rope
5. My Love
6. My Torrid Heart
7. If I Could Be Anyone
8. Try
9. Jack & Joe
10. Hotline

11. Ever Lovin' Reprise

 

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