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Best of Squirrel Nut Zippers

The Best of Squirrel Nut Zippers

5.0 2
by Squirrel Nut Zippers

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Release Date:
Fontana Mammoth


Album Credits

Performance Credits

Squirrel Nut Zippers   Primary Artist
Greg Humphreys   Musician
Gavo Tomasini   Musician
Steve Watson   Musician
Duke Heitger   Musician
John Kempannin   Musician
George Rossi   Musician
Andrew Bird   Musician
Rick Lassiter   Musician
Emily Laurance   Musician
John Pfiffner   Musician

Technical Credits

David Wright   Contributor
Norwood Cheek   Director,Producer
Tom Maxwell   Composer,Director,Producer
Brian Paulson   Producer,Engineer
John Plymale   Producer,Engineer
Squirrel Nut Zippers   Producer,Engineer
Chris Eselgroth   Graphic Design
Mike Napolitano   Producer,Engineer
Chris Phillips   Contributor
Lane Wurster   Art Direction
Ken Mosher   Contributor
Stacy Guess   Contributor
Katharine Whalen   Contributor
Je Widenhouse   Contributor
Jimbo "Hambone" Mathus   Contributor
Tim Smith   Contributor
Kim Willy Christensen   Producer
Stuart Cole   Contributor
Robert Griffin   Contributor
Reese Gray   Contributor

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The Best of Squirrel Nut Zippers 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
There is absolutely no other band around that's anything like the Squirrel Nut Zippers. It's hard to describe their music, but think 1930s Big Band, throw in a touch of New Orleans jazz, with a dash of soulful blues and a touch of swing. Lead female vocalist Katherine mesmerizes with her warm, throaty voice, reminicent of Billie Holiday. "Hot" is hands-down their greatest song ever, but "Put a Lid on it" is a close second. This "best of" album is satisfying, but doesn't come close to including all their greatest songs, and is therefore more of a tease. It will certainly leave you thirsty for more of this incredible band. The Zippers masquerade as a nostalgic, swing-era band, a band from a more innocent time. Only DARKER.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Upon insertion into my stereo, this album carried me back to the time I first heard Squirrel Nut Zippers. A truly magical experience! Katherine's silky vocals sooth their way back into your speakers as Jimbo and Tom's raucous performances spark the need to jive along once again. The bonus track "Dancing on the Moon" is a tasty treat for fans who long for more from the days of "HOT" and "Perennial Favorites". Katherine and the boys score again with "Under the Sea" and lay down a Squirrel Nut Zipper feel on this Disney tune. These cats weren't swing, they were HOT and this album reminds you their sound and style still are. This is a truly timeless collection of great music for any one to enjoy! Thanks!