Betcha Bottom Dollar (UCJ, 2006) is The Puppini Sisters' debut album which became the fastest-selling debut by a jazz artist in modern history.
The Sisters' legendary debut album, which caused Prince Charles to proclaim himself a fan when they met him at The Royal Variety Show and earned them a Gold Disc in the UK, is, to quote Pink News, "one of the most sunnily beamingly happy listening experiences you can possibly sing along in your car to".
Filled to the brim with Vintage Swing delights and trailblazing reworking of pop classics such as 'Wuthering Heights' and 'I Will Survive', this is one album that's guaranteed to get you in a gorgeously good mood.
"Superb Musicians" - Billboard
Fabulous? You bet. Swinging? Like you wouldn't believe.
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Boogie Boogie Bugle Boy (From Company B)
Bei Mir Bist Du Schön
I Will Survive
Tu Vuo Fa l'Americano Recitative
Tu Vuo Fa l'Americano
Falling In Love Again
Heart of Glass
In the Mood
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Betcha Bottom Dollar is a perfect blend of covers, originals and reinventions. A couple of old staples like the Andrews Sisters' "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy" and "Mr. Sandman" that I've been waiting to hear from this amazing trio. Their reimaginings of modern songs tickle the heart in wonderful ways. Taking on Kate Bush and Blondie was such perfect choices; taking some of the brooding yet melodic pieces from the '80s and giving them the lighthearted lift of three part harmonic jazz. What a treat! I'm waiting for a Siouxsie and the Banshees cover. Lately things have felt pretty dark on this side of the pond, and this album is just what I need to brighten a day.
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