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13 Cats
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (18 January 2007)
Tim Polecat (vocal), Danny B Harvey (guitar), Slim Jim Phantom (drums) & Smutty Smith (double bass) storm through a set of full throttle Rockabilly live on stage in Las Vegas. 13 Cats play solid, powerful, gutsy original Rockabilly, without relying on a retro image or vintage cover songs. Nor do they rely on the past glories...
777
Submitted by rockinev (29 September 2012)
The trio are back with a second album serving up a hot and rockin mix of 80’s fused rockabilly. This is a better outing than the first it sounds brasher more confidence from the guys, I love the overall sound production on this sharp snare drums and a solid bass underpin the very good guitar...
777 (triple Seven)
Submitted by rockinev (11 November 2011)
A brash young band who’s sound owes more to the ‘80’s neo scene and Brian Setzer than the original ‘50’s artists, their mission to bring rockabilly kicking and screaming to a younger audience. The overall sound is pretty good on this album and it makes fair car radio listening, the opening My Guitar is strong...
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