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Hot Rod Lincoln
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (26 January 2007)
Long awaited album from from Californian trio Hot Rod Lincoln. Not surprising that this took so long, as Buzz Campbell is always busy playing and recording for top acts like Lee Rocker and Sha Na Na. 15 songs with melodic tunes and great guitar licks from Buzz....
Cousin Harley
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (26 January 2007)
Cousin Harley is a three piece roots/rockabilly band from Canada. This album is consist of 15 mainly self penned songs. The tracks are filled with revved-up gretch licks and raw vocals. This album reminds me Setzer or rhh style of rockabilly, very well played and great lyrics. An album which will...
Two Timin' Three
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (26 January 2007)
It's the second album of these red hod texans from Austin. They are playing very melodic and sweet music with a couple of wild rockabilly tunes like gone ape man and payin' the price. This album is a gem and i just coudn't find any faults with it. The guys play beautifully,...
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!...
Wes Pudsey & His Sonic Aces
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (25 January 2007)
Pure rockabilly from one of Australia's best rockinest bands. This is the debut album that established them as favourites on the rockabilly scene. Lots of great boppin' originals, complimented with a handful of rockin' 50s covers....
Root Bootleg Band
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (25 January 2007)
Absolutely excellent rock 'n' roll band covering a variety of style from rockin' blues to wild rockabilly. The playing is impeccable, and the production perfect - crisp and powerful, yet authentic enough to bring out the best in this fabulous band. This 4-piece give us 19 rockin' tracks with some stunning guitar playing, tight and solid...
Hicksville Bombers
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (25 January 2007)
The Hicksville Bombers have been a popular attraction on the UK rockabilly scene for 15 years, regularly playing the major roots and rockabilly festivals and constantly touring the clubs, and releasing a string of albums along the way. "Prettiest Girl in Town" is their 1998 release, and is among their best. Not only do you get...
Jay Chance & The Chancellors
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (25 January 2007)
Jay Chance is a British rocker who played the legendary 2is in soho in the 1950s, along with many other young rock 'n' roll singers of the time. He appeared on the radio and cut demos at hmv in London, but didn't get the big recording deal that would make him a star. He gave up...
Michael Ubaldini
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (25 January 2007)
American rebel and rock 'n' roll outlaw, Micheal Ubaldini's prolific recorded output began with "Mystery Train" in 1994. Produced by Stray Cat Lee Rocker and featuring guest guitarist Brian Setzer, the album is comparible in places to some of the work that the two aforementioned feline strutters went on to record as solo artists. It's american...
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (25 January 2007)
With 'Do Your Thing' Restless are back to their original line-up of Mark Harman, one of the world's best rockin' guitar players, together with Paul Harman on upright bass and Ben Booper on drums.
This new, expended version includes an extra track, and is smartly packed in a digipack style case....
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