Rockabilly Bash Logo
Search
 
Login Password

CD/DVD Reviews

sort by band name
1-10 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z V/A
J. Tex & The Volunteers
Submitted by kitti (25 May 2010)
Maybe it is a pure accident, but all cds that I have been receiving from Scandinavia are of a very good quality: in style, looks and the most important - musically. This one is not an exception and is a perfect choice for those, who like old and not so old country music. 14 tracks, mostly...
Jack Face & The Volcanos
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (09 April 2007)
The second album of these French hepcats was starts with 'Rock 'n' Roll Twist' which was originally recorded by JR White the Starbrites. The songs sets the standard and style of the album very well. Stripped down, layed back, traditional style uptempo country/rustic rockabilly style tunes with some blues blended in. Jack's voice...
Jinx Jones
Submitted by dcltrueleft (29 February 2016)
It's not uncommon for artists to cool down a bit once they're a few discs into recording careers. Maybe they lose something of their initial creative fire. Perhaps they're a little less hungry. But such concerns can be set to one side 'til another day and for a different case. Because California guitar wizard Jinx...
Lazy Boys, The
Submitted by rockinev (05 May 2011)
The Lazy Boys are from Dresden and blend country, rockabilly and rock n roll into a mixture of hard drinking bar room rockin. This music belongs in a late night smoke filled club where the band plays long and hard and the audience drinks in the same way. A number of the songs reflect...
Legendary Kid Combo
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (12 June 2007)
The Legendary Kid Combo abuse and torture Country & Western/Hillibilly music - these 5 insane musicians play faster than any Country band or Rockabilly trio, labelling their mess of styles as COCK-A-BILLY. Get ready to start slumming through the ancient saloons and take in the Wild West atmosphere with alcoholic stories of drunken cowboys and evil...
Lisa George & The Pedalos
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (20 September 2008)
Lisa George has been into 1940s and 50s music for a good while now and some of us know her from Rockin' Rhythm & Blues big band 'The Cat Pack' as well as all girl band 'Helles Bells'. Now the mighty talent of this lady takes her back to performing Rockabilly music once again. ...
Little Esther And Her Tinstars
Submitted by dutch (05 August 2009)
I know Little Esther and the Tinstars already for a very long time. Twenty years ago they had two different acts. Esther sang in The legendary Bugaloos and The Tinstars were rocking their brains out on every party. After Rick and Esther got married and Esther’s career seemed to go slow she hooked up with her...
Loosenoose
Submitted by rockinev (09 January 2009)
Well here it is - much awaited album from Mark Harman, Jeff Bayley and Mark Simpson - Loosenoose. If you're buying this expecting a neo-rockabilly, Restless flashback, it's not! Buy it though anyway this is a brand new band and sound. The album contains 20 tracks making it exceptional value for money and...
Mack Self
Submitted by raveonreviews (30 August 2007)
This comprehensive collection covers all of Mack Self’s Sun and Phillips International recordings, and compiles rare tracks for the Zone label including "That Mexican Limbo," and the bittersweet "You Put These Tears in My Eyes." Like the other entries in the Sun Years series, listeners are treated to interesting outtakes that bring us closer to the...
Mark Gamsjager And The Lustre Kings
Submitted by kitti (21 September 2007)
Mark Gamsjager and the Lustre Kings is a four-piece American band. “Way Out There” is their fourth album, which is very well presented and produced. It consists of 11 tracks; only some of them are kind of originals (“Empty Town” and “Just About Through With You” were not exactly written by the band, but Mark Gamsjager...
« Previous  1    2    3    4   Next »