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Fatboy
Submitted by kitti (28 February 2009)
Letís imagine, you are home with a beautiful woman by your side. A nice and cosy, candle light fills the room. You need music. Jazz? - No, not exacly your thing. Rockíníroll? No, too wild for that kind of evening. Blues? No, you are certainly more in rockíníroll. Still thinking? Well, probably then you donít have...
Finn & The Sharks
Submitted by hankabilly (13 July 2009)
In the late seventies and early eighties, an energetic neo-trend grew up alongside and within the Punk and so-called New Wave Rock Ďní Roll scene. It was a revival called Rockabilly and right in the heart of it all was Finn & The Sharks from Nyack NY. They recorded a four song EP entitled "Innercity Rockabilly"...
Finn & The Sharks
Submitted by hankabilly (13 July 2009)
This New York band merges punk, with a Teddy Boy, rockabilly sound. Breakfast Special, released in 2008, contains 18 original recordings from the beginning of the eighties, a more recent version of Led Zeppelinís Black Dog and a bonus track. The opener Rockabilly Bop is just that: a rockabilly bop song, including background vocals. The second...
Finn & The Sharks
Submitted by hankabilly (20 May 2016)
his New York band merges country, roots Americana, taking in Rockabilly and more. Packed with well crafted original songs, played with precision, and led by a good strong vocal. The guitar playing is a delight, and the upright bass and drums solid. The songwriting is top-notch, mixing moody ballads if you like Chris Isaak...
Finn And The Sharks
Submitted by kitti (04 August 2009)
Here I have got a cd from year 2007 by a fine band from New York, Finn and the Sharks. Playing together more than 30 years, the band have formed their own sound, which unites all American roots music. With this cd youíll get coctail of blues, rockíníroll and countryÖ sometimes with some heavy, rock sparkle....
Fireball Steven
Submitted by kitti (27 March 2010)
The series of the Rhythm Bomb Records, called ďThe Many Sides OfĒ, is a collection of the best songs of (mostly) modern artists, which were recorded during some period of time. Fireball Steven (Nic Steven Nilsson in normal life) is one those who was lucky enough to be part of that project. First six songs...
Flaming Combo
Submitted by hankabilly (05 May 2011)
Flaming Combo 120 miles west to Paris France, influenced by the original legends of the 50's as well as by the present time. The opening cover track Gunning For The Dogs say everything what you can expect from this album, teddy boy, rockabilly, Bo Diddley beat, gretch-guitar, double bass etc. The sound is really good they...
Flatfoot
Submitted by rockinev (13 November 2012)
Flatfoot are a Swedish four piece outfit, the sample album provided has eight tracks and provides a great insight to the bands style. Rock n roll on the heavy side of rockabilly, strong rhythms and forceful guitars underpin the songs. Pulling the music to the edges of the genre but with enough rockabilly...
Flatfoot Shakers
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (22 July 2007)
Traditional rockabilly band from Australia, who in their 10 year existence gained a big following over the world and played at pretty much every big rockabilly event in Europe and America. So this album is sort of "best of", tracks taked from their previous albums and compilations, 'Chick Boom' (1999), 'Shakin' Tonight'(2000), 'High Heeled Lovin'...
Flesh
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (12 June 2007)
Review by Stu Gibson. Shouldst ye be harkening after more dark-hearted horror/ghoul/vampabilly theatrics then along come Canadians Flesh, fronted by the aforely-mentioned femme fatale, the vamp after your vitals Lili Sweet. Maybe youíve had your fill of *The Horrorpops* and fellow Candian grave-raiders *The Creepshow* but donít write off this set of silver-bullet proof B-Movie schlock...
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