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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...
Restless
Submitted by rockinev (13 November 2012)
It's hard to beleive that in one form or another Restless have been at the forefront of the rockin scene for over 30 years! Makes me feel old, but then when you play this loud you'll be forever 19. Now in a steady line up of brothers Mark and Paul Harman and Rob Tyler...
Flatfoot
Submitted by rockinev (13 November 2012)
Flatfoot are a Swedish four piece outfit, the sample album provided has eight tracks and provides a great insight to the bands style. Rock n roll on the heavy side of rockabilly, strong rhythms and forceful guitars underpin the songs. Pulling the music to the edges of the genre but with enough rockabilly...
Various Artists
Submitted by rockinev (13 November 2012)
Rockabilly Burn Out is a compilation put together in support of Rockabilly Hall of Fame. It has 24 excellent tracks and includes some fine artists of the current rockin scene, from both the US and Europe including Carlos & Bandilos, R J & The Tri Tones, Texabilly Rockets, Levi Dexter, Art Adams, Mars Attacks the...
Billy Harlan
Submitted by rockinev (05 November 2012)
Billy Harlan, recorded a handful of tunes in the ‘50’s as with many of the original artists still performing none of these were hits and some were not even released, however by the way of ‘70’s re releases most of us are familiar with ‘ I Wanna Bop’ a classic stroller played at events world wide....
The Western Spaghetti
Submitted by rockinev (05 November 2012)
This is a very difficult review for me the album is completely recorded in Italian of which I know nothing. However what I can say and why I decided to review at all is because this album Rocks!! The sound is fantastic whether you understand the lyrics or not. Rockabilly fused with a great...
Moonlight Trio
Submitted by rockinev (05 November 2012)
A rattling little album from a Mexican – American combo mixing English and Spanish language and rhythm rockabilly and latin beats. Only six tracks on this promo disc but you can hear more on the Myspace page. A great sound is produced here a good cover of Nothin Shakin rocks along nicely as does the...
The Hellbound Hepcats
Submitted by simoncaldwell (23 October 2012)
Growing up as a kid in the 1980'ss, my father would frequently play records from his youth: Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash and Chuck Berry to name a few. It was what I knew music to be: raw yet warm, wild yet influential, but above all talented and memorable. I still remember the warm sound...
777
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...
The Groove Diggers
Submitted by rockinev (29 September 2012)
They describe themselves as Real, Raw Rockabilly and the Groove Diggers certainly deliver on all three counts. A four piece from the UK they bring a genuine authentic feel with the album recording on vintage equipment. This gives a honesty to the feel of things sometimes the vocals are lost a bit in the...
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