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Bingo
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (09 April 2007)
12 songs of Red Hot Rockabilly, Jive and Setzer style guitar licks! All the lirycs are in Russian language, but a few melodies you may recognize from popular songs like 'All I Can Do Is Cry' and 'Americano'... They cover the song 'Wild Cat' by legendary Russian Rockabillies 'Mister Twister', and have done a...
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...
Mister Twister
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (09 April 2007)
This CD re-issue of a truly classic USSR Rockabilly album by legendary 'Mister Twister'. The original vinyl came out in 1989 on the major USSR label 'Melodiya' (Melody) and you might have seen it in collectors shops, as somehow the release found it's way all over the world. Personally I have seen the...
Various Artists
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (09 April 2007)
A good series coming out of the press of BeBe's Records in Germany where modern rockin' bands perform pop hits from the near past and current time. The first volume was called "Modern & Cover Rock 'n' Roll". Personally I think this CD contains many bog standard perfomances, very little originality and it seems that...
Various Artists
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (09 April 2007)
First in the series of various artists CDs where rockin' bands cover pop-chart songs. First of all, the front cover grabs your attention with it's feux-Shag art style, but the contents of the album are not copy-cat, but some interesting and original reworkings of popular music hits. Many big names recorded or licensed songs for...
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....
Rebel Beat
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (14 March 2007)
Rebel Beat is the only film to document Los Angeles' original underground music : L.A. Rockabilly. This sexy, lo-fi, vintage rock style spans the cowboy rockers of the 1950s, the Rockabilly revivalists of the 80s, and today's Mexi-Billy stars. Featuring music from The Paladins, Big Sandy, Ray Campi, Rockin' Ryan, Rip Carson, Omar Romero, The Moonlight...
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...
Texabilly Rockets
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (14 March 2007)
Put your dancing shoes on, the new 'Texabilly Rockets' album is here! This latest release from the Portugese quartet is made up from 19 tracks, mostly self penned, but also including such classics like 'All I Can Do Is Cry', 'Stack-A-Records' and Riverside Trio's 'Hold Me, Love Me, Squeeze Me' which they perform brilliantly. Mainly...
Marty Robbins
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (05 March 2007)
31 track collection spanning the years 1954 to '57 when country singer Marty Robbins took on Elvis and the other early Rockabillies with a string of sparkling Country Rockers issues as 45s and a 10" LP on the US Columbia label....
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