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Al Willis And The New Swingsters
Submitted by kitti (11 August 2009)
Let’s get right to the point: this is one of the finest modern recordings I have heard lately. To be honest, when I saw the statement New Band, New Album on the new Crazy Times record label, I was quite in a critical mood already before listening. Cd cover is very good looking and professionally...
Bo Walton
Submitted by rockinev (07 January 2012)
Bo Walton has burst on to the UK rock n roll scene over the last couple of months having released this, his first single. He has gained a lot of press coverage and radio airplay, especially the local BBC Rock n Roll Heaven show. So is the music worthy of the hype? In a simple...
Clint Bradley
Submitted by dcltrueleft (29 February 2016)
Gentle-voiced Clint knows well his way around winsome western airs of the sort that Marty Robbins rode to the trail's high end. And that he ambles good-naturedly, an occasional bounce in his giddy-up, allows the appropriately mainly acoustic players to stretch and interpret at hand-tooled leisure. A relaxing satisfaction. Recommended "Riding After Midnight," "Six Strings,"...
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 you’ll get coctail of blues, rock’n’roll and country… sometimes with some heavy, rock sparkle....
Gin Palace Jesters
Submitted by kitti (08 March 2008)
The album “Roadhouse Riot” welcomes you to the world of love, sorrow, dancin' and beer. The first song “Losing Her Memory” opens the doors and invites us back to the past to a cozy bar filled with smoke and music, where people drink, chat and share their tragic life and love stories. ...
Hard Six
Submitted by dcltrueleft (29 February 2016)
Now, this is worth our attention. The blast-level dynamic Hard Six careens skullfirst through death-defying tilt-a-funland. Members Fuse, Six, and Vogelcide perpetrate the real sort of rock'n'roll that corrupts entire generations and will never be found within arm's reach of upright culture. They understand that the all-important kick at the leathered heart of 70s punk and...
Hayden Thompson
Submitted by raveonreviews (16 August 2007)
Best known for “Love My Baby” on Phillips International in 1957, Hayden Thompson released his first country LP on Kapp in 1966. Here's Hayden Thompson, which included such enduring self-penned compositions as "Sixteen Dollars Eighty-Eight Cents" and "I Wanna Get Home,” is undiscovered gem that has somehow escaped reissue. Fortunately, Bluelight executive producer’s Mika Myyrylainen’s...
Hayden Thompson
Submitted by raveonreviews (18 June 2008)
Featuring blues-drenched rockabilly and honky-tonk heartache, this exciting 35-song collection spotlights the first 10 years of Hayden Thompson’s career. Collectors will be delighted to learn that Thompson’s only single for the Von label in 1954 “Act Like You Love Me” and “I Feel The Blues Coming On” is also included along with sides recorded for Phillips...
Hillbilly Casino
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (25 June 2008)
Second album of raging rockabilly from the Nashville band. In July last year (2007) we reviewed their first album 'Sucker Punched', and after listening to what was then a new band I became a big fan straight away. The band has a star line up with ex-members of The Blue Moon Boys, BR5-49 and...
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