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Big Boy Bloater & His Southside Stompers
Submitted by Mike_The_Bopper (25 January 2007)
Well what can I say about an album that far surpassed all my expectations? I've seen Bloater in action on numerous occasions, and both he and his band never seem to fail when it comes to hitting that right note. Well this time, they've shot straight to the moon and back with this monster hit album!...
Bob Luman
Submitted by raveonreviews (14 June 2007)
This four CD boxed set contains all of Bob Luman's recordings from 1955-1967. The Texas-native graced many labels during this period including Abbott, Imperial, Capitol, Warner Brothers, and Hickory Records. The 117 tracks includes 8 unissued masters - many in stereo for the first time - and all of his quintessential rockabilly staples. Luman's story...
Brian Setzer
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (26 January 2007)
N the booklet Brian has written some liner-notes, which he starts with the question :"Why should I record a tribute to Sun Records?" Well I can say that Brian is one of a few modern rockabilly musicians who should record one for sure, without spoiling the Sun songs (as many rockabilly bands have done and currently...
Brian Setzer Orchestra, The
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (30 September 2007)
A long awaited Brian Setzer Orchestra album which doesn't have a Christmas theme to it. Brilliantly arranged, perfectly played by top musicians, and Brian's guitar just adds to the pleasure to listening to this album. The 12 new tracks (well, sort of new) are all Setzer adaptations of the greatest composers of the last centuries...
Cari Lee & The Contenders
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (26 January 2007)
Magnificent rock 'n' roll and jumpin' rhythm & blues with a rockin' and swingin' beat. Fine vocals from Cari Lee (also known for fronting Hillbilly Boppers the Saddle-Ites) with an equally fine bunch of rockin' musicians....
Cascadez
Submitted by Mike_The_Bopper (26 January 2007)
Let me introduce you to one of Norway's hardest hitting teddy boy style bands on today's rockin' circuit. The Cascadez! The Cascadez are a three piece band, and this, their 4th CD is as hard as they come.. 16 non stop ass kickin' tracks that will have you boppin' all over the house! Tracks such as...
Cat Pack
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (01 February 2007)
Magnificent first full-length album from the rockin' rollin' rhythm & blues orchestra known as the cat pack! Masterful arrangements and superb musical performances, with excellent featured vocalists belting out a mix of jump jiving rock 'n' roll, swing and jump blues classics and originals. Blasts from the past include revivals of Big Joe Turner, Lavern Baker...
Cherry Casino And The Gamblers
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (08 May 2007)
A 5 piece band Rhythm & Blues from Berlin, Germany. Their firsl album, was out not long back in 2006, but still there are plenty of us who wanted to hear more of Cherry straight away. This combo have a sound that is period perfect - the performance, the songs, and the recording capture...
Full Blown Cherry
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (27 August 2007)
Philadelphia rockabilly band pays tribute to the one of the greatest punk bands of our times 'The Ramones'. The album consist of mainly the biggest hits, but with a new rockin' arrangemnts from the band. Pretty much acoustic sound with a punchy double bass and a guitar that is a joy to listen to. Full...
Gene Vincent
Submitted by raveonreviews (19 November 2007)
An intriguing follow-up to the 8-CD set Gene Vincent - The Road Is Rocky (Complete Studio Masters 1956-1971), this 6-CD set, comprised of every known outtake, false start and dialogue, is a completist’s dream. Featuring superb sound quality, the listener can actually hear how the various bands worked it out with Vincent in the studio. According...
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