Pangman delivers a jazz style rarely heard these days, the early swing of the 30's before big band took over, and when there was still violin, and most importantly here, unamplified guitar. Important, because the special guest is guitar gem Bucky Pizzarelli, who's been playing since the 40's, and fits this stuff like a glove. There are echoes of Django, Grappelli, Cab Calloway, and sophisticated club jazz.Pangman has a sassy voice, with the fun of those musical days coming through crisp and clear. She can put a growl in the more swinging numbers, and bop along with the horns, race along with the guitar, and slide with the violin on the softer ones. Most of all though, this is good-time music, with lively arrangements and lots of spirited moments from Pizzarelli and the rest of the fine players.