That's Big!

Little Charlie & The Nightcats

That's Big!


Irresistible dance rhythms, humorous, slice-of-life lyrics and masterful performances combine in a joyful jump blues romp. “Rollicking, super-cool, jazzy and hip…satirical, sharp lyrics and killer guitar and harp solos. It just doesn’t get any better than this.” -- BLUES REVUE
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1. Real Love 5:06
2. Weekend Off 4:09
3. Desperate Man 3:35
4. Livin’ Good 4:09
5. That’s Big 4:07
6. Bluto’s Back 4:06
7. I’ll Bet I Never Cross Your Mind 4:17
8. I Know She Used To Be Your Woman 2:47
9. Money Must Think I’m Dead 3:27
10. Coastin’ Hank 6:23
11. It Better Get Better 3:55
12. Bayview Jump 4:27
13. Steady Rollin’ Man 3:21
14. Go On If You’re Goin’ 5:58

Little Charlie Baty, Guitar
Rick Estrin, Harmonica & Vocals
Frankie Randall, Electric and Acoustic Bass
Joey Ventittelli, Drums

With
Rusty Zinn, Guitar & Vocal on It Better Get Better; Guitar (2nd Solo) on Bluto's Back
John Firmin (Tenor) & Rob Sudduth (Baritone), Saxophones on Weekend Off,
Livin' Good, I'll Bet I Never Cross Your Mind, & Money Must Think I'm Dead (#2)
Icepick James Harman, 2nd Vocal on That's Big
Steve Lucky, Piano on Real Love, Weekend Off, Livin' Good
& I Know She Used To Be Your Woman; Organ on Bluto's Back
Chris Siebert, Piano on Money Must Think I'm Dead (#2) & Bayview Jump

Produced by Little Charlie Baty & Rick Estrin
Engineered & mixed by Jerry Hall
Recorded at Bay View Studios, Richmond, CA
Mixed at Peace In The Valley Studio, Arleta, CA
Mastered by Lou Hemsey at GKS Mastering, Los Angeles, CA
Cover painting by Jon Langford
Packaging design by Kevin Niemiec
Group photo by Eric Logan, Direction by Diva Media
Charlie & Rusty photo: www.jw-jones.com
Catering by Nancy Hall

Little Charlie & the Nightcats are booked by Piedmont Talent
Phone (704) 399-2210; Fax (704) 399-2261; Email: piedmontt@aol.com

Thank yous:  Ernie Ball Guitar Strings, Ampeg, Vero Amplifiers, Hohner Harmonicas, Skip Simmons, Dave Fleming & the great people at the Palms Playhouse, Zenbu Guitars, Mark Warmack, Jim (JB) Butler, Althea Bermudes, & Spider.