With his debut album "Starswinger", singer/songwriter Carl
Beluga brings the golden age of popular music back into the
An all-original swinging sensation of exquisite music and
explosive big band orchestrations!
This debut album consists all the things you may have missed
from the past, the stompin' rhythms, soaring brass and flying
charts, combined with seductive melodies and romantic
This stunningly fresh album delivers 12 ORIGINAL HOT SONGS
written and arranged by Carl Beluga, and features Sweden's
finest and "swingingest" players.
in all, a feel good record from a multi-talented artist,
guaranteed to bring a smile to your face and a tap to your
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"Carl Beluga, is one of the finest Singer/Songwriters that has
emerged since the writers of the 40/50s and I mean the GREAT
ONES! His ability with lyrics and melody is something to
reckon with. I am sure 'SINATRA' would have taken his material
had he still been here. His 'new' Album 'Starswinger' is a
must for anyone who loves the music of the 40/50s era. It also
has 'hints' of 60s about it. His own performance on this album
echoes the 'greats' but with a complete uniqueness and 'style'
of his own. He is a definite 'find' in this 'genre' and should
be applauded for his work and performance on this, his NEW
Michaels - England
single track is simply great! "From Here To Jerusalem" ...
cool beat ... I love "Leavin' Town" and "Your Intuition"!
STARSWINGER is a wonderfully cool and swingin' record ... NO
Andrej Rudolf - The Lucky Cupids
"I received "Starswinger" today
and I am simply floored. From the retro look to the covers,
the great, swinging big band sound to the excellent original
songs - you have a winner!"
Bob Perry - ThePenthouseRadio.com
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know why, but there's something about big band jazz.
Something that makes me
melt away the cold and blue feeling and lift me up.
That timeless, crooning, lounging - that Frank
Beluga is all of the above, in addition to a bunch
of newly written songs, that at least in a few
cases, you think you've heard before, so close to
the Great American songbook that they should be
cliches, worn out and long-winded, but stand firm
and glowing in the dark.
Beautiful arrangements, elegant and captivating and
very enjoyable. And look, a very pretty cover. A
touch of class."