Rockabilly Bash Logo
Search
 
Login Password

CD/DVD Reviews

sort by band name
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
show all
date descending date ascending
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....
Vincent Razorbacks
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (24 February 2007)
The Vincent Razorbacks return with eleven blistering tunes of punk rock ''n'' roll mayhem! The cannibal pot is full to the brim with a mix of savage voodoo rhythms, walls of fuzztone guitars, rockabilly hollerin' and the titanic twang of Vince Ray's big black Gretsch! An eight page booklet includes Vince Ray illustrations for each...
Jive Romeros
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (01 February 2007)
Britain's kings of be-bop, jive & swing are back with their third album. authentic swinging sounds of the 1950s with covers of american & british artists such as Bill Haley and Tommy Steele, and a handful of art baxter songs too. Their own material is of equal standard with the original 'look so deep' being one...
Drugstore Cowboys
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (01 February 2007)
Power-rockabilly from a superb british band who draw influences from Rev Horton Heat, The Cramps, The Paladins & the Stray Cats. They blend it together, add a heavy dose of their own style and originality, and the result is a totally explosive rock 'n' roll assault....
Danny B. Harvey
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (01 February 2007)
Seventeen teriffic twangers from rockabilly guitar man Danny B Harvey of such bands as Levi Dexter & the Ripchords, the Rockats, the Swing Cats and 13 Cats. Red hot rockabilly & hillbilly twang....
Cathouse Creepers
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (01 February 2007)
Riproaring rockabilly with modern production and dynamic delivery. The Cathouse Creepers impressed when opening up for the Stray Cats during their 2004 European tour, and were asked back to support Stray Cat Lee Rocker on his 2005 UK dates where they raised the roof once more.Their hard-edged sound retains it's pure rockabilly roots, and will appeal...
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...
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'...
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...
Teddy Trigger & The Gatling Guns
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (01 February 2007)
This rockabilly rumble boasts modern, powerful production which crashes way beyond the boundaries of authenticity, and shows why Teddy Trigger & The Gatling Guns following is only partly made up of the bequiffed. the lyrics and the pulsating rhythms are pure rockabilly - but the delivery is far more powerful than any kind of 50s retro,...
« Previous  1    2    3    4    5    6    7    8    9    10    11    12    13    14    15    16    17    18    19    20    21    22    23    24    25    26    27    28   Next »