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Bo Walton
Submitted by rockinev (23 February 2012)
This is an album of modern commercial, radio friendly, finely crafted rock n roll / country tunes. Do not expect wild sounding rockabilly or a pastiche of 50’s rock n roll. Bo and his team have cleverly put together a collection that while it remains steeped in the roots of the rock n roll genre...
Bob Luman
Submitted by raveonreviews (14 June 2007)
This four CD boxed set contains all of Bob Luman's recordings from 1955-1967. The Texas-native graced many labels during this period including Abbott, Imperial, Capitol, Warner Brothers, and Hickory Records. The 117 tracks includes 8 unissued masters - many in stereo for the first time - and all of his quintessential rockabilly staples. Luman's story...
Bottle Rockets
Submitted by kitti (05 February 2011)
At first some information about the band. Bottle Rockets are playing together already for about 8 years and finally last year they were ready to release their first album which is called “She’s My Girl”; their website was not easy to find via google, because some popular American rock band was popping out anytime I tried...
Boz Boorer
Submitted by rockinev (11 November 2009)
Boz Boorer, guitarist and musical director for 'Mozza' but before all this he was a founding member of one of the UK's most sucessful neo bands of the early '80's, The Polecats. Luckily for us, between periods working with Mozza he still finds time to appear with the Polecats here and there and record some...
Breathless
Submitted by kitti (13 September 2009)
The Breathless from England? No. Mr. Breathless from Finland? No. Those Breathless are from Greece and have been playing together already for 6 years! So far their songs were appearing only on compilations, but finally the time has come for their very own debut album! It includes 12 tracks with ten originals (written by the vocalist...
Brian Setzer
Submitted by Mike_The_Bopper (26 January 2007)
Guitar slinging crooner Brian Setzer has done it again! Brian's latest pocket rocket has only recently been released in the uk and is set to take on the record stores by storm. This particular album is rockabilly throughout with a modern edge, and a hint of country twang, and if you listen carefully you'll also hear...
Brian Setzer
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (26 January 2007)
N the booklet Brian has written some liner-notes, which he starts with the question :"Why should I record a tribute to Sun Records?" Well I can say that Brian is one of a few modern rockabilly musicians who should record one for sure, without spoiling the Sun songs (as many rockabilly bands have done and currently...
Brian Setzer Orchestra, The
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (30 September 2007)
A long awaited Brian Setzer Orchestra album which doesn't have a Christmas theme to it. Brilliantly arranged, perfectly played by top musicians, and Brian's guitar just adds to the pleasure to listening to this album. The 12 new tracks (well, sort of new) are all Setzer adaptations of the greatest composers of the last centuries...
Buck Stevens
Submitted by bopperer (19 December 2009)
As much as I have heard new and not-so-new rockabilly artists, strangely enough name of Buck Stevens has never brushed past my ears. That's why I was quite surprised to find out this guy isn't a brand-new artist at all, since he has already three albums in his discography, two of them recorded in 2004-2006 at...
Buffalo Chips, The
Submitted by kitti (03 May 2009)
Here I have a new cd of German rock'n'roll band The Buffalo Chips (what a good imagination to make up that kind of name!) "Rockabilly Party". I made an experiment, I listened to it several times in different conditions: in my car, while working on the computer, during the breakfast, and they always sound suitable for...
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