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Various Artists
Submitted by rockinev (08 May 2009)
This has to be one of the best value CD's I have bought in years, 2 discs, 60 songs over 2 hours of some of the best rockin tracks your likely to hear for less than 10GBP!! This CD is excellently put together, containing some very well known tracks from the Chess, Checker lables and...
Various Artists
Submitted by kitti (05 July 2009)
It is a compilation of energy, power and speed. Different bands (you all can get simple introduction of them in “kind of” applied booklet) with very different styles (old and neo rockabilly, westerng swing, rock’n’roll, spicy mix of everything…) and from different countries (USA, Australia, Germany, Hungary, Sweden, Greece…) are united for the musical race. All...
Various Artists
Submitted by kitti (25 October 2009)
“Rollin’ The Rock” is the next volume of fine Texas Rockabilly, which follows compilation “Real Cool Cats”, released three years earlier (in 2006). The “lineup of show” includes Ray Campi, Mac Curtis, Alvis Wayne, Sid King and Johnny Carrol. Besides living in Texas and making hits in 1950’s, they have one more thing in common –...
Various Artists
Submitted by kitti (19 January 2010)
If you are sick and tired of 1950’s compilations, which have pretty the same names on the covers (like Elvis, Johhny Burnette, Jerry Lewis, Eddie Cochran, Buddy Holly, etc), this cd is certainly something for you! What I like about this “Collector's Choice” series that it introduces us to old “new” music. This one,...
Various Artists
Submitted by rockinev (24 March 2010)
As the title states this is the 4th volume of this ongoing series from Western Star, run by Sharks bass players Alan Wilson the studio records some of the best in contemporary Rockabilly and Pyschobilly around and these albums and their Pysco partners provide an excellent sample of their work. This collection brings together highlights...
Various Artists
Submitted by rockinev (13 November 2012)
Rockabilly Burn Out is a compilation put together in support of Rockabilly Hall of Fame. It has 24 excellent tracks and includes some fine artists of the current rockin scene, from both the US and Europe including Carlos & Bandilos, R J & The Tri Tones, Texabilly Rockets, Levi Dexter, Art Adams, Mars Attacks the...
Vince Ray
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (18 January 2007)
A Rockabilly Rampage from the lowbrow legend. His first solo album without the Vincent Razorbacks is packed full of rompin' stompin' Rockabilly Psychosis with Gretsch guitar and thumpin' upright bass aplenty. Deranged Ray originals sit alongside riotous renditions of songs you'll know originally by Vince Taylor, The Cramps and Peanuts Wilson. What's more, you get a...
Vince Ray & The Boneshakers
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (20 September 2008)
The mighty talent of Vince Ray and his band has once again exploded onto CD via their latest album 'Zombie Radio'. As you may know Vince Ray has two ongoing musical projects, under his own name with the Boneshakers and more Punky Garage-Billy band The Vincent Razorbacks. This album is more on the ghoulish...
Voodoo Kings
Submitted by voodoo10 (29 May 2015)
Not to detract from anyone else, not to pour praise on any one of the band above the others, but this album wouldn’t be half the album it is without the utterly fantastic slap double bass that drives it onwards, upwards and towards a rock’n’roll bequiffed fantastic sound. The drums compliment it completely, subtle and...
Warren Scott & The Memphis Playboys
Submitted by rockinev (22 May 2009)
Well I have to say that I have been very fortunate lately to acquire some excellent CD's and this is no exception. This is a relatively new band on the scene having only gigged about a half a dozen times, however the guys will be familiar to you, for Warren Scott is non other than...
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