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Mack Self
Submitted by raveonreviews (30 August 2007)
This comprehensive collection covers all of Mack Self’s Sun and Phillips International recordings, and compiles rare tracks for the Zone label including "That Mexican Limbo," and the bittersweet "You Put These Tears in My Eyes." Like the other entries in the Sun Years series, listeners are treated to interesting outtakes that bring us closer to the...
Mad Fred & The Maniacs
Submitted by Mike_The_Bopper (26 January 2007)
You know that every so often you go through a phase of buying a pile of cd's and never getting around to playing them, well this little pocket rocket was one such album. I popped in to the CD player, and wow! It blew my crepes straight off my feet.. The album is packed to the...
Marauders
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (29 January 2007)
Nitro-fuelled American rockabilly trio who rock hard with a stompin', stompin' beat which doesn't let up. They recently made many new fans touring with the Brian Setzer Orchestra, and Setzer even wrote a song for them which is featured here. All other songs are Marauders originals.If you like your rockabilly music hard, fast, powerful and delivered...
Maria Vincent & The Millionaires
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (18 January 2007)
Maria Vincent & The Millionaires, a swingin' six-piece, are one of the hottest bands on the Rhythm & Blues, Rock 'n' Roll and Swing scenes. Their sound is based around the early 1950s when Rock 'n' Roll emerged of Rhythm & Blues via great artists such as LaVern Baker, Ruth Brown, Louis Jordan & Wynonie Harris...
Mark Gamsjager And The Lustre Kings
Submitted by kitti (21 September 2007)
Mark Gamsjager and the Lustre Kings is a four-piece American band. “Way Out There” is their fourth album, which is very well presented and produced. It consists of 11 tracks; only some of them are kind of originals (“Empty Town” and “Just About Through With You” were not exactly written by the band, but Mark Gamsjager...
Mark Harman & Hot Rod Rhythm Boys
Submitted by hankabilly (04 February 2017)
Mark Harman & Hot Rod Rhythm Boys - The Boy Comes Home Today Savotta Records Hi guys the band was formed in 2007 by frontman Mark Harman, from the legendary neo-rockabilly band RESTLESS. Mark Harman with some hot rhythm boys from Finland did make a EP and a album titled „introduction” in 2011. ...
Marti Brom
Submitted by kitti (10 January 2011)
Marti Brom – who doesn’t know her, this charming woman from Texas. She’s got style, she’s got beautiful voice and huge talent – in one word - everything to create a high quality recording. The first opinion you always get is when you see the cd and in this case you see an amazing...
Marty Robbins
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (05 March 2007)
31 track collection spanning the years 1954 to '57 when country singer Marty Robbins took on Elvis and the other early Rockabillies with a string of sparkling Country Rockers issues as 45s and a 10" LP on the US Columbia label....
Massacres
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (18 January 2007)
Debut album from the Chicago Psychobillies. Their songs are melodic, unlike many of today's psychobilly bands, but I found the mixing job is not up to scratch, and some songs are lacking in energy. Still worth checking their music out for yourselves - the band has a MySpace account....
Matthew Lee
Submitted by ingetje (20 April 2009)
Italian rocker and performer Matthew Lee is a rather unknown name here in Belgium, but in Italy things are quite different. Matthew started his musical career when he was eleven years! Well that is to say he started taking piano lessons when he was eleven. From one thing came another and although classically trained it didn’t...
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