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Texabilly Rockets
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (14 March 2007)
Put your dancing shoes on, the new 'Texabilly Rockets' album is here! This latest release from the Portugese quartet is made up from 19 tracks, mostly self penned, but also including such classics like 'All I Can Do Is Cry', 'Stack-A-Records' and Riverside Trio's 'Hold Me, Love Me, Squeeze Me' which they perform brilliantly. Mainly...
The Clothes, The Cars And The Music
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (22 July 2007)
A DVD which celebrates Rockabilly and the retro rockin' culture, filmed by Mic Dixon during the last years 10th Rockabilly Rave and Hotrod/Classic car convention called The Hotrod Hayride in England. There are many performances from top Rockabilly artists, together with interviews of regular guys and gals who follow the scene, share their opinions...
The Firebirds
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (15 August 2007)
Fresh from the factory and already available to order this new album of fabulous Doo Wop songs from The Firebirds! The album starts with 'Dance Girl Dance', a cool uptempo track and continues with more and more songs beautifully sung and played by the band. This album is collection mixing together classic and lesser-known songs. ...
The Groove Diggers
Submitted by rockinev (29 September 2012)
They describe themselves as Real, Raw Rockabilly and the Groove Diggers certainly deliver on all three counts. A four piece from the UK they bring a genuine authentic feel with the album recording on vintage equipment. This gives a honesty to the feel of things sometimes the vocals are lost a bit in the...
The Hellbound Hepcats
Submitted by simoncaldwell (23 October 2012)
Growing up as a kid in the 1980'ss, my father would frequently play records from his youth: Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash and Chuck Berry to name a few. It was what I knew music to be: raw yet warm, wild yet influential, but above all talented and memorable. I still remember the warm sound...
The Honky Tonk Pounders
Submitted by rockinev (15 June 2011)
Devil Bop, this should make all you saints and sinners bop! Terrific 50’s style rockabilly performed by this three piece unit from Germany Absolutely great musicianship is the order of the day and a great knack for song writing. All their own tunes, these are infectious bopping tracks that make this one of the best...
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,...
The Palomars
Submitted by rockinev (22 March 2015)
A new band to me, from Vancouver in Canada a three piece have released an a competent first CD rockabilly with a nice slice of western swing and steel guitar giving a new slant to some of the covers including Paralyzed and a great rendition of Pink and Black. Mix in some strong originals...
The Radium Cats
Submitted by rockinbones (04 May 2007)
The Radium Cats bring together a melting pot of influences from Gene Vincent and the Stray Cats to the Cramps and serves it up in style. Whether boppin' or wreckin' you can't go wrong with Six Feet Down and Well I Knocked and if you don't want robbie Williams playing at your funeral then Pink Hearse...
The Rockats
Submitted by dcltrueleft (29 February 2016)
Some cats got it...In my first-hand estimation, the Rockats and Robert Gordon prowled the crest of the 70s/80s revival wave. So it's only fitting that in 2014 they all located at Lanark Records - their presence at the surging upstart imprint elevating it in importance. The original 'Cats are here - world-class singer Dibbs...
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