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Submitted by rockinev (29 September 2012)
The trio are back with a second album serving up a hot and rockin mix of 80’s fused rockabilly. This is a better outing than the first it sounds brasher more confidence from the guys, I love the overall sound production on this sharp snare drums and a solid bass underpin the very good guitar...
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...
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...
Blue Flames
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (01 February 2007)
The Blueflames play rockin' blues just how it would have sounded five decades ago - when blues meant Doctor Ross and John Lee Hooker, and when Dale Hawkins and Vince Taylor were among the rock stars of the day. It's been a whole four years since the Blue Flames released their debut album 'Memphis to Chicago'...
Blue Rockin'
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (14 March 2007)
It's the second album of this rockin' trio from Germany, with 14 songs in which they try to mix garage sound with rockabilly and blues bop. Singer Joe has a raucous and powerful voice, which compliments the music his band plays. The album won't change your world, and maybe some of the songs would sound...
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...
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...
Breathless
Submitted by kitti (13 September 2009)
The Breathless from England? No. Mr. Breathless from Finland? No. Those Breathless are from Greece and have been playing together already for 6 years! So far their songs were appearing only on compilations, but finally the time has come for their very own debut album! It includes 12 tracks with ten originals (written by the vocalist...
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...
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