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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...
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'...
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!...
Big Heat
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (01 February 2007)
The Big Heat are eight-piece rhythm & blues outfit who have rapidly become one of the UK's mightiest music machines. The pump out jumpin', swingin', red hot & rockin' jump blues - their style taken from late 1940s and '50s - the prime time of rhythm & blues. the Big Heat's foundation stone is the solid...
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...
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...
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,"...
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...
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. ...
Izzy & The Kesstronics
Submitted by hankabilly (05 May 2011)
The first track is a Chuck Berry style rock and roll song - not bad at all. Waiting for what coming next - r 'n r, jazzy, mambo, all kind of influences with an electric bass. Stranger Izzy plays very good guitar and has a good voice but still there is something missing. This kind of...
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