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Buck Stevens
Submitted by bopperer (19 December 2009)
As much as I have heard new and not-so-new rockabilly artists, strangely enough name of Buck Stevens has never brushed past my ears. That's why I was quite surprised to find out this guy isn't a brand-new artist at all, since he has already three albums in his discography, two of them recorded in 2004-2006 at...
Chris Sprague
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (13 April 2008)
Twangin' 'n' Truckin' Country Music sounds from multi-instumentalist Chris Sprague, well known on the Roots & Rockabilly scene as a member of The Sprague Brothers and Deke Dickerson's Ecco-Fonics. This solo-album has a truck-driving theme mixing his excellent original songs with rockin' truckin' covers like "Roll On Big Mama" and "Eastbound And Down". Featuring a host...
Dimaggio Bros.
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (22 July 2007)
This album is just bursting with sweet sound of American music, hot string picking & revved up guitar playing - I can listen to Marco's playing all day long. Several styles get packed in this album, including Johnny Cash and Elvis sounds, which all have one thing in common - a melody. Maybe some tracks...
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'...
Four Points Gang
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (14 March 2007)
Stripped down Raw Rockabilly & Hillbilly Bop trio with their debut release. The Four Points Gang play the original way with no drums - the upright bass and acoustic guitar providing the rhythm and their singer has very unusual voice. Mostly new self-penned songs, except for a Johnny Cash cover rounding off the set....
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. ...
Grizzly Family
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (28 April 2007)
The Grizzly Family play a powerful and lively mix of Red Hot Rockabilly and twangin' Hillbilly - and you'll also find a little bit of Cajun, Skiffle and Blues in there too. This first full-length album is varied and rich with different instrumentation, with Piano, Lap-Steel and Mandolin complimenting the traditional Rockabilly line-up on different songs....
Hank's Jalopy Demons
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (09 April 2008)
Top rockabilly with red hot tunes from this Australian band. Memorable guitar licks with a powerful punch, superb vocals and rockin' bop played with a great knowledge. The CD starts with straight forward rockabilly tracks 'Way Out' and 'Shake-a-Bop'. Then the album takes a different turn with some impressive hillbilly bops. ...
High Noon
Submitted by kitti (01 October 2007)
This cd was released five years ago, but I would like to review it because it worth of it. Besides, it has been all time my favourite cd. In 1996 the band stopped playing; Shaun Young, Sean Mencher and Kevin Smith started their own projects. But some years later to big surprise and pleasure of many...
Jack Face & The Volcanos
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (09 April 2007)
The second album of these French hepcats was starts with 'Rock 'n' Roll Twist' which was originally recorded by JR White the Starbrites. The songs sets the standard and style of the album very well. Stripped down, layed back, traditional style uptempo country/rustic rockabilly style tunes with some blues blended in. Jack's voice...
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