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1-10 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z V/A
Submitted by mbarlin (29 May 2015)
These 2 books are a gold mine of classic, rockabilly guitar solos written in tablature and standard notation and include accompanying MP3 audio files. The books cover a wide range of solos but the main protagonists are Cliff Gallup and Grady Martin. The solos include B-I Bickey Bi Bo Bo Go, Who Slapped John?, Lonesome...
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 (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...
Accelerators, The
Submitted by accelsnounos (30 October 2010)
12 tracks - 6 of which are Steve Smith originals. A very diverse album, lots of influences here from 1950s DooWop, R&B & Rock n Roll to 1960s Bobby Fuller. All tracks have the unique Accelerators sound, to quote the liner notes written by Now Dig This's Chris Woodford - '...I have always regarded the Accelerators...
Adrinano Batolba Orchestra
Submitted by rockinev (18 November 2012)
Adriano Barolba Orchestra are from Germany, and have been making a big impression there for a little while now, with the release of this live CD perhaps they will start to gain the wider audience that this deserves. Adriano is no new comer to the scene, whether as a front man or working with other...
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...
Al Willis And The New Swingsters
Submitted by rockinev (09 May 2013)
Al Willis and the New Swingsters release a 4 track EP of short sharp rockabilly. Stripped back trio that does everything it needs too to create an authentic acoustic feel that takes you back to where this stuff began in the mid fifties. This is why rockabilly works three musicians can make such a...
All Gator & His Real Hot Reptile Rockers
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (29 January 2007)
Wild rock 'n' roll and rockin' blues from Ali Gator, otherwise known as Ray collins (of Hot Club fame). it's much rawer and wilder than his Hot Club albums - but is equally as excellent. Powerful and lively, these action-packed cuts sound fantastic with with their period-perfect primitive recording style which suits the raw 'n' rockin'...
Atomic Sunset
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (22 April 2008)
Modern Hot-Rod Rockabilly from Belgrade. There's some incredible guitar playing here, and slap-bass man Djordje is becoming known as one of the world's best having played with Deke Dickerson, Lemmy, and Slim Jim Phantom. This is not traditional 50s style Rockabilly, it is very modern and now! Powerful thumpin' stuff with a big Brian Setzer/Stray Cats...
Barry Ryan
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (12 October 2008)
Barry Ryan is well known to neo-rockabilly fans via his involvement with the legendary Rockats and for being a guitar player for Robert Gordon. His musical career started much earlier - in the 1970s he was with with cajun/rockabilly band Lucky 7. The Rockats got him in the early 1980s, and he brought along...
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