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Western Aces, The
Introducing The Western Aces
El Toro (2008)
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Possible Styles: hillbilly bop, western swing, rockabilly
Submitted by: rockabilly_girl.
Publication date - 24 June 2008
Copyrights: Really Rockabilly
Very new band on the rockin' scene with one of the finest sounds around. All the tracks are enriched with splendid steel guitar breaks, with skillful lead guitar and an excellent rhythm section. All four members of 'The Western Aces' played in distinguished rockin' bands before. Brothers Gordon and Dave Doel were performing wild 1950s rockabilly in The Young Savages a few years back, whilst Phil Morgan was in The Tennessee Rhythm Riders and Mark James in The Ricardos. These cats play early 50s rockin' bop music to perfection. This 12 track album consists of six originals and six 'non standard' cover songs taking you on an extensive journey through their 1950s musical influences like western swing, hillbilly bop and rockabilly.