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Marti Brom
Submitted by kitti (10 January 2011)
Marti Brom – who doesn’t know her, this charming woman from Texas. She’s got style, she’s got beautiful voice and huge talent – in one word - everything to create a high quality recording. The first opinion you always get is when you see the cd and in this case you see an amazing...
Mississippi Queen
Submitted by juanes (04 March 2012)
Mississippi Queen are the oldest rockabilly bend in Croatia. There start to rockin' in late 1989', and their first album are "Golden Years". On "Golden Years" Mississippi QUeen were Gorana Cehic(fiddle, vocal), Igor Balent(drums), Jurica Štelma(double bass), Renato Zgrablic-Pit(lead guitar) and frontman Karlo Starcevic(rhythm guitar, vocal). First track on album "Golden Years" are one of most...
R.j.
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...
Ray Campi / Charlie Gracie
Submitted by dcltrueleft (29 February 2016)
Ray Campi "Still Rippin' (Rattler) Charlie Gracie "Angel On My Shoulder" (Lanark) It's reassuring to reflect that as long as golden-age rock'n'rollers are still trodding studios and stages, something that makes this world special endures and will always be accessible to us. Money in the bank, as goes the phrase. But when you...
Reno Brothers
Submitted by dutch (19 October 2008)
After the amazing great bopping CD single “Born To Party” 2000, “Live at the Cruise Inn” 2002 (together with Mischief) and “Six Years On The Road And Movin’ On” 2005. This is the fourth CD where the Reno’s appeared on and a lot of people are waiting for. The last four years the band...
Rick Nelson
Submitted by raveonreviews (11 April 2008)
A requisite follow-up to the 2001 set Ricky Nelson - The American Dream, which covered his Verve, Challenge and Imperial sides, this 6-CD set covers Nelson’s 1963-1969 stint with Decca. This period yielded such Top 40 hits as “String Along,” a cover of a 1940’s hit for Glenn Miller, Tommy Dorsey and Tony Martin “Fool’s Rush...
Robert Gordon
Submitted by dcltrueleft (29 February 2016)
As an RG fan who first heard The Voice on 1975's "Live at CBGB's" double LP, I couldn't be happier with this disc - a strapping reaffirmation of supremacy. Robert has for years percolated on undersung releases (like 2006 Last Call disc "Rockin the Paradiso," and 2007's "It's Now or Never," on Rykodisc.) For...
Robert Gordon
Submitted by dcltrueleft (29 February 2016)
(A quick note: Some call this an "unauthorized bootleg," none of whose sales profits go to Robert Gordon. On the other hand, I've been assured that the tapes were in fact paid for, and that release is entirely proper. I understand players depend on music sales for their livelihood, and I don't wish to...
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....
Rockin’ Bonnie & The Rot Gut Shots
Submitted by hankabilly (20 May 2016)
Sabrina aka Rockin’ Bonnie queen of Honky Tonk from Italy did play 2009 on D-Day in Amsterdam now she playing everywhere High Rockabilly Spain, Summer Jamboree, Russia, Rockabilly Rave, Screamin’, Rockers Weekender CA Long Beach, Las Vegas etc. The album is a cocktail of music styles mixing country, rockabilly, rock and roll, hillbilly and western...
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