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Grizzly Family
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (28 April 2007)
The Grizzly Family play a powerful and lively mix of Red Hot Rockabilly and twangin' Hillbilly - and you'll also find a little bit of Cajun, Skiffle and Blues in there too. This first full-length album is varied and rich with different instrumentation, with Piano, Lap-Steel and Mandolin complimenting the traditional Rockabilly line-up on different songs....
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...
Lucky Marcell And The Ramblin’ Three
Submitted by kitti (21 January 2010)
The band consists of four good looking (and very serious… just check some youtube videos) musicians from Serbia. The music is hot and Lucky Marcell and The Ramblin’ Three is certainly something for those who prefer rockabilly bands from “exotic” countries. To be honest (as usual), I have no idea for how long has the...
Mister Twister
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (09 April 2007)
This CD re-issue of a truly classic USSR Rockabilly album by legendary 'Mister Twister'. The original vinyl came out in 1989 on the major USSR label 'Melodiya' (Melody) and you might have seen it in collectors shops, as somehow the release found it's way all over the world. Personally I have seen the...
Paul Paterson
Submitted by rockinev (02 November 2008)
Paul paterson is a busy man, not only is he a member of 'Union Avenue' the excellent Johnny cash sounding band, and the hard rockin Hi Voltage, he has had time to record this solo album. It is hard to classify the album by genre as it covers so many, but surf/guitar is most prominent....
Submitted by kitti (01 December 2009)
RJ's album starts with "Move Around", a song I know best by Groovey Joe Poovey, not sure if that was the original though. Great song with not too many re-do's over the years. Fabulous music, especially the guitar, by The Neva River Rockets. Next is a classic from the singing DJ "Big Bopper" (Jape Richardson). Very...
Rockin Bonnie & The Rot Gut Shots
Submitted by rockinev (14 December 2009)
This is an album that I have been looking forward to for two years now. Ever since witnessing Rockin Bonnie’s debut at the Rockabilly Rave in 2007, when they completely took the entire place by surprise with an absolutely superb set, that in my mind still rates as one of the best I have seen anywhere....
Round Up Boys
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (08 May 2007)
The popular German quartet from Berlin return with a 14 song album which has two different sides - straight forward rockabilly and uptempo Rock 'n' Roll saxophone spiced up blasters like "Looking For You", "Restless Me Jealous You" and "Struck By Lightning". A couple of songs are included which a different side to The...
Roy Kay Trio, The
Submitted by kitti (24 October 2009)
Finally I could find time and make review of Roy Kay Trio 4th cd. It is in a digipack and I love the cover (very good design… original, simple and very clear… just like rockabilly songs). First of all I want to say that I like this band a lot and already for a long...
The Noisy Boys
Submitted by rockinev (09 May 2013)
The Noisy Boys are a four piece rockabilly outfit from Switzerland, they play back to basics ‘50’s rockin’ full of energy and style. There are some great tracks on here both originals and covers alike, they cover artists both from the ‘50’s such as the great Jack Earls, My Little Mama, to Deke Dickerson,...
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