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Big-T & the Bada-Bings— Born to be Wild

Label: Big-T Music
Released: 2003

$14.99 - US Orders Only

Big-T and the Bada-Bings a 23 piece "Wall-o-Freaking Music" just back from playing at the Queen's Golden Jubilee in London, has recorded and release this new CD.

Craig (Big-T) Thompson, is a story in is own right. Big-T used to weigh 400lbs and was a SUMO wrestler in Japan for three and a half years.

Five and a half years ago "Big" had the gastric bypass surgery and lost 200 pounds in one year, and then had 12 pounds of skin chopped off.

After loosing all of the weight, "Big", decided to take a HUGE leap of faith and follow his little kid dream of singing in front of a real Big Band. This was an extraordinary and wild leap because "Big" had never had any formal music training. He just knew that God had a really wild and crazy path set before him if he would only be will to take the first steps.

Well folks, Bada-Freakin-Bing, Big-T has hit a homerun with this totally wild collection of tunes.

10% of the proceeds from this CD are going to two wonderful charities.
1. Our Friends Place - www.ourfriendsplace.org
2. Reading and Radio Resource - www.readingresource.org

The title track is "Born To Be Wild" arranged and produced by Brian Piper. This CD is breaking many of the industry rules. Who in the world would have ever thought to rearrange a Steppenwolf Rock and Roll Song to the powerful sound of a Big Band. Big-T continues to sail uncharted waters by delivering the smoothest of ballads like "Since I fell For You" to the barrel-chested roar of the bluesy "Stormy Monday" while finding room for his knock out punch of Jump Blues version of Stevie Ray Vaughn's "Pride and Joy". The only common denominator for every song on the brilliant compilation of extreme tunes is that the listener will want to dance to each and every note. Big-T has recently added Latin percussion to his sound to flames the fires of the passionate Latin lyrics of "Girl form Ipanema" and "Tangerine". True to the Italiano Bada-Bing name, Big-T caps off the cd with a unique arrangement of "Buona Sera".

This CD delivers the end result of making the ladies feel classy yet sexy, and the gentlemen feel like the kingpin that they are.

So do yourself a freakin favor and get two copies. One for jamming in the car, and the other for the love shack.

Fellas, trust me, you put this on the stereo and open a bottle of wine....

FUHGEDDABOUDIT !!!!

Track Listing: Create your own CDs! Click Here!
1. Born To Be Wild
2. Pride And Joy
3. Since I Fell For You
4. Caldonia
5. Buona Sera
6. Girl From Ipanema
7. Stormy Monday
8. Tangerine
9. Sweet Little Angel
10. Dance With Me
11. Let The good Times Roll
12. Ain't Nobody's Business

 

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