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Jumpin' Time

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Stompin' At the Station
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Honeysuckle Rose
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Sugar Moon
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Write Myself a Letter
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Along the Navajo Trail
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It's All Your Fault
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Pig Dog Hop
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Leavin' and Sayin' Goodbye
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Blues for Dixie
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Fidoodlin'
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Bring It On Down to My House
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Route 66
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Smile
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Roly Poly
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South of the Border
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Jumpin' Time
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Bonaparte's Retreat
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My Confession
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Give Me a Pinto Pal
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Embraceable You
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Cherokee Maiden
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My Weakness Is Too Strong
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All of Me
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Caravan
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Sweet Memories
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My Window Faces the South
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Album Information
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Total Tracks: 26   Total Length: 115:19

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Hardly groundbreaking, but very good

Average-Nights-Jack

Yes, they breath new life into a faded genre, it's very good indeed, but I can't help but wonder if too many people would really purchase this if it weren't for the fact that Vince Gill is involved. I'd like to see their Monday night show to make a more informed opinion. It's is good though.

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The Time Jumpers

Wyrleybart

I listen to Marie Crichton's country radio show on Monday evenings www.bbc.co.uk/shropshire. Late last year Marie played a track by Dawn Sears, and I just had to have more. I found out that Dawn was a part of the Time Jumpers so downloaded the album. So what do they do ? Western Swing would be too much of a broad brush label. The 22 track album gives you a ringside audio seat at a live gig, where they take it turn to sing lead or harmony vocals. The ole Texas twin fiddle sound is the thread which stitches the album together, but other instruments including the squeezebox provide variety. John Hughey's fabulous pedal steel guitar is such a pleasure to listen to. My favourite track is "Sweet Memories" with Dawn taking the lead vocals, but also like "Roly Poly" as a fun tune. Essential for the music collection of any country music fan who is partial to the twin fiddle sound. Recommend it

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Good-time music

zipthebird

We caught these guys on a Monday night at the Station Inn and were blown away. Aubrey Haines just ripped it up on Caravan. I was happy to find their album on EMusic, but I thought that it would be a far cry from a live performance. I was wrong. It's a great recording of one of their live shows, and gives you a taste of what it's like to be in the audience. Just a lot of fun, good-time music.

They Say All Music Guide

Although western swing is a genre that will hopefully never die, it’s rare that a new band comes along anymore that breathes as much new life into it as the Time Jumpers do. Not since the emergence of Asleep at the Wheel in the early ’70s, in fact, has a group provided as much hope for the continuing vitality of this venerable all-American institution. Well, sort of new, that is: the band, whose membership has shifted considerably but settles in at 11 here, has been at it since 1998. Their weekly gigs at Nashville’s Station Inn are legendary around Music City, and it’s easy to see why: the Time Jumpers don’t attempt to reinvent the wheel here, so to speak; instead, they get to the core of the music, brush off the dust, and remind us why it’s been so universally loved for so long. Their repertoire is impressively considered — along with purebred originals, they cover classics penned by everyone from Fats Waller to George & Ira Gershwin to Mickey Newbury and, of course, Bob Wills. Standards such as Cindy Walker’s “Cherokee Maiden” and Bobby Troup’s “Route 66,” despite having been covered by countless predecessors, don’t sound tired by the Time Jumpers, but ready to be rediscovered. The double-CD was wisely recorded in front of an appreciative audience at the Station Inn, and both the vocalists — Carolyn Martin, Dawn Sears, and Ranger Doug Green, in particular — and the pickers are on from the git-go. Fiddler Aubrey Haynie and accordionist Jeff Taylor slay on Duke Ellington’s “Caravan,” and lead guitarist Andy Reiss puts in a solo in his own show-opening “Stompin’ at the Station” instrumental that sets the bar high right away. A companion DVD offers the same 26-song set list. – Jeff Tamarkin

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