1. 1 I Really Love Your Smile 04:22
  2. 2 Funkier Than Him 06:20
  3. 3 This Town's Seen the Last of Me 03:54
  4. 4 The Other Man's Shoes (Duet with Regina McCrary) 06:37
  5. 5 Advice From a Father to a Son 04:22
  6. 6 I've Got a Funny Feeling 04:31
  7. 7 Magic in the Music 05:46
  8. 8 More Than One Flavor 04:10
  9. 9 Must be True 03:45
  10. 10 Sometimes You Race the Devil 04:25


Check Out My Latest CD
"Advice From a Father to a Son"

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Here are just a few of the great reviews it has gotten:


"My favorites include the funky duet with Regina McCrary, 'Take a Walk in the Other Man's Shoes;'  the Big Easy jammin' title song; and the reggae-flavored 'Sometimes You Race the Devil.'
Fans of Crescent City jam and great sax should enjoy this disc."
-- 2/28/13, Ricky Flake, Biloxi (Mississippi) Sun-Herald

“The Alabama-born singer, songwriter and saxophonist keeps a bluesy New Orleans flavor boiling throughout his sophomore album, which was recorded in the Crescent City, Nashville and Washington, D.C.”.  -- 2/22/13 -- Gary Graff,
The Oakland (CA) Press


“Saxophonist Scott Ramminger is based out of D.C., but his soul's in New Orleans. For this outing, he's got the heartbeat of that city well represented with some of the Crescent City's finest funksters and groovemen backing him on 7 of the ten original cuts.”  -- 2/24/13 -- No Depression

“Scott Ramminger is a singer/songwriter/sax man who has written 10 wonderful new songs for this CD and gathered a group of very talented musicians to perform them. . . Scott Ramminger has already won many awards for his playing and music writing but, in my opinion, there will be a lot more major awards coming his way as a result of this CD.” – 1/13 – MusicMan Blog


“SCOTT RAMMINGER/Advice from a Father to a Son:  You can hear the echoes of Randy Newman, Professor Longhair and loads of other off beat party animals that like funk, off beat lyrics and good times. . . Ramminger is a fearless entertainer that doesn’t let worries about his ego get in the way of a good time.”  -- 1/13 -- Midwest Record Review


“Ten original tunes by Scott Ramminger showcase his incredibly diverse songwriting capabilities. . . Advice from a Father to a Son is a delightful piece of work that appears to have been as much fun for the artists involved as it is for the listener.  Ramminger is a top-notch sax man whose roots are planted deep in the blues.”  – 1/13 -- Bill Wilson, BillTown Blues


Lets melt some New Orleans jazz, roots, rock, reggae, and blues together and see what we get. . . If you don’t tap your toe or nod you head to this CD you need to go to the emergency room, cause there is something bad wrong with ya’. Start the New Year off with this outstanding “find” of a CD.  – 1/13 – Blue Barry (Barry Faust) -- Smokey Mountain Blues Society

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