Betcha Bottom Dollar is the debut studio album by the close harmony trio The Puppini Sisters, released through Universal Classics and Jazz on 31 July 2006 in the United Kingdom. It was produced by Canadian composer Benoît Charest, whose music for the 2003 film The Triplets of Belleville inspired Marcella Puppini to form the group. Puppini and Genre: Jazz, pop, vocal. Jul 05, 2007 · Betcha Bottom Dollar is fresh, fun and vibrant, blowing the dust off of cobwebby classics like "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy" and "Mr. Sandman". Elsewhere, they also put their own unique stamp on more recent hits, with varying results.4.5/5(109).
Jul 05, 2007 · Check out Betcha Bottom Dollar by The Puppini Sisters on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Amazon.com.4.5/5(109). Betcha Bottom Dollar (UCJ, 2006) is The Puppini Sisters' debut album. The album became the fastest selling debut by a jazz artist in modern history. "Superb Musicians" - Billboard Fabulous? You bet. Swinging? Like you wouldn't believe. The Sisters' legendary debut album, which caused Prince Charles to .
Poised somewhere between the Andrews Sisters and Nouvelle Vague, the Puppini Sisters modernize vocal harmony pop while keeping its "so traditional, it's hip" appeal. On their debut Betcha Bottom Dollar, the Sisters' style is their substance; it's not a coincidence that the founding Puppini, Marcella, worked for fashion icon Vivienne Westwood before forming the group.7/10.