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Submitted by greaser69 (06 November 2007)
For a lot of young people Country Music is or was some kind of shit for Rednecks or old farts. If someone has changed this then it is Johnny Cash. In the last years before his death he had done something like no other Artist before: To bring young people to listen to Country Music. Especially...
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Submitted by rockabilly_girl (09 April 2007)
A good series coming out of the press of BeBe's Records in Germany where modern rockin' bands perform pop hits from the near past and current time. The first volume was called "Modern & Cover Rock 'n' Roll". Personally I think this CD contains many bog standard perfomances, very little originality and it seems that...
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Submitted by kitti (07 December 2009)
This year the second volume of rhythm’n blues series of El Toro Records was released. It has excellent collection (28 tracks of 28 different performers) of rockin’ compositions from late 40’s and early 50’s from Decca, Atlantic, Columbia, King, RCA Victor, and many other record companies. What is so special about this compilation? It...
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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...
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Submitted by kitti (25 October 2009)
“Rollin’ The Rock” is the next volume of fine Texas Rockabilly, which follows compilation “Real Cool Cats”, released three years earlier (in 2006). The “lineup of show” includes Ray Campi, Mac Curtis, Alvis Wayne, Sid King and Johnny Carrol. Besides living in Texas and making hits in 1950’s, they have one more thing in common –...
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Submitted by rockin_bird (16 March 2009)
El Toro Records has produced a brand new Collectors Choice series, which has two volumes by now and include rare 1950’s recorded material, which you can find only on 45’s, 75’s and acetates. Sure it is not the same as vinyl, but, you should agree, sometimes cds are just more convenient. The first volume is called...
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Submitted by rockin_bird (10 February 2009)
The Rockin’South was released by Ace Records, whose records capture the biggest part of all rock’n’roll records stalls and shops. Most of those cds are suprisingly good. Probably because it is somehow collecting the best songs of the best artists, and this way making out of Ace a big name. The compilation has 30...
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Submitted by rockabilly_girl (22 July 2007)
Viva Las Vegas rockabilly festival celebrated it's 10 year with a sold out show. Again the best bands from all over the world gathered in one place - Las Vegas. This CD is a musical representation of bands who were rockin' & boppin' at the event. 26 tracks from 18 bands make for...
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Submitted by kitti (28 September 2010)
What else can present festival besides photos? Absolutely right! The music, or to be more precise - the bands, which play at the festival. That's why after our long summer vacation I have chosen exactly that sort of cd. Now my cd player is busy with spinning Walldorf Weekend "record". For some of you...
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Submitted by rockinev (09 January 2011)
This is a compilation with a difference from Western Star, well known for their excellent Rockabilly & Physcobilly output this takes a look at a very specific era in rock n roll history, the very distinctive British sound of the late '50's and early 60's. It gathers together some of the labels regulars who you...
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