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Jive Aces
Submitted by Mike_The_Bopper (26 January 2007)
Well the lads have done it again.. They've released a real treasure of a single entitled "The White Cliffs Of Dover". The disc that's printed in such a way it resembles a vinyl record, which i thought was pretty cool. Anyway, it contains the title track "White Cliffs of Dover", plus "A Very Strange Trip". Both...
Jive Aces
Submitted by Mike_The_Bopper (26 January 2007)
If you're looking for something that's red hot to jive to, and something that's going to blow your socks off, well it's here! Our Kinda Jive was one of the Jive Aces first releases. Tthe band described this album as rather mellow, but the after listening to it over and over again, I decided...
Jive Romeros
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (01 February 2007)
Britain's kings of be-bop, jive & swing are back with their third album. authentic swinging sounds of the 1950s with covers of american & british artists such as Bill Haley and Tommy Steele, and a handful of art baxter songs too. Their own material is of equal standard with the original 'look so deep' being one...
Johnny Carlevale
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (29 January 2007)
Real rockin' jump blues, swing & rock 'n' roll fronted by the great vocal talent of Johnny Carlevale, and backed by superb musicians including ex-members of the Amazing Royal Crowns. Truly excellent stuff which captures the jump jivin' rhythm & blues sound that led to the birth of rock 'n' roll....
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...
Maria Vincent & The Millionaires
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (18 January 2007)
Maria Vincent & The Millionaires, a swingin' six-piece, are one of the hottest bands on the Rhythm & Blues, Rock 'n' Roll and Swing scenes. Their sound is based around the early 1950s when Rock 'n' Roll emerged of Rhythm & Blues via great artists such as LaVern Baker, Ruth Brown, Louis Jordan & Wynonie Harris...
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...
Mystery Train
Submitted by kitti (15 June 2010)
The Mystery Train was officially born 30 years ago (in 1980), even though the guys started playing together three years before that. As it usually happens, the members were changing, but the bass player (Ari Hanninen) stayed in the band all the time. Singles and EP’s were realeased during band’s musical life and finally...
Rebel Beat
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (14 March 2007)
Rebel Beat is the only film to document Los Angeles' original underground music : L.A. Rockabilly. This sexy, lo-fi, vintage rock style spans the cowboy rockers of the 1950s, the Rockabilly revivalists of the 80s, and today's Mexi-Billy stars. Featuring music from The Paladins, Big Sandy, Ray Campi, Rockin' Ryan, Rip Carson, Omar Romero, The Moonlight...
Red Peters Meets Big Boy Bloater
Submitted by Mike_The_Bopper (26 January 2007)
Now here's a little gem that doesn't pop up that often.. The last of the Red Hot Mama's, Red Peters meets up with that great big hunk of man.. Big Boy Bloater to give you one of the best mini swingin' rhythm & blues albums around. This six track disc was again pressed at spindrift...
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