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Various Artists
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (09 April 2007)
First in the series of various artists CDs where rockin' bands cover pop-chart songs. First of all, the front cover grabs your attention with it's feux-Shag art style, but the contents of the album are not copy-cat, but some interesting and original reworkings of popular music hits. Many big names recorded or licensed songs for...
Various Artists
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...
Various Artists
Submitted by rockinbones (04 May 2007)
What can I say, this is a real Ronseal of an album - it does EXACTLY what it says on the tin! Just look at the track listing, it doesn't NEED a review. Some wise person has gathered together all those vinyl compilations that got youngsters like me into the music in the late seventies and...
Various Artists
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...
Various Artists
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (15 August 2007)
Earlier we received a review of another album in this series called 'Great Rockabilly', which can be viewed here. This is a double CD of really early British Rock 'n' Roll with some of obscure songs and names from the 1950s to current times. Don't underestimate this compilation - there are over 60 tracks from...
Various Artists
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (30 September 2007)
20 smashing rockabilly tracks make this brilliant compilation. The CD starts with The Woodchoppers' "45 Men in A Telephone Booth", an uptempo semi doo wop number, which just reflects the feeling of all compilation. This is followed by Rockin' Carbonara's version of Johnny Burnette's classic 'Rockabilly Boogie'. After this boppin' tune, girls can enjoy...
Various Artists
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...
Various Artists
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (15 December 2007)
The fourth volume of the finest collections of modern rockabilly music is out now. As always, "Cat'n Around" gathers together the hottest acts from all over the worlds and these 21 tracks are the proof. The compilation starts with Mouse Zinn's 'Don't Tell Me', which ticks all the boxes to be a perfect rockabilly song,...
Various Artists
Submitted by rockin_bird (10 February 2009)
The RockiníSouth was released by Ace Records, whose records capture the biggest part of all rockíníroll 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...
Various Artists
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 1950ís recorded material, which you can find only on 45ís, 75ís 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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