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Brian Setzer
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (26 January 2007)
N the booklet Brian has written some liner-notes, which he starts with the question :"Why should I record a tribute to Sun Records?" Well I can say that Brian is one of a few modern rockabilly musicians who should record one for sure, without spoiling the Sun songs (as many rockabilly bands have done and currently...
Buck Stevens
Submitted by bopperer (19 December 2009)
As much as I have heard new and not-so-new rockabilly artists, strangely enough name of Buck Stevens has never brushed past my ears. That's why I was quite surprised to find out this guy isn't a brand-new artist at all, since he has already three albums in his discography, two of them recorded in 2004-2006 at...
Buffalo Chips, The
Submitted by kitti (03 May 2009)
Here I have a new cd of German rock'n'roll band The Buffalo Chips (what a good imagination to make up that kind of name!) "Rockabilly Party". I made an experiment, I listened to it several times in different conditions: in my car, while working on the computer, during the breakfast, and they always sound suitable for...
Build 4 Speed
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (08 May 2007)
4 track EP where we can get a chance to hear yet another version of "Personal Jesus" which Johnny Cash covered excellently, and has become popular in the Rock 'n' Roll clubs via a version by Saints & Sinners. This version appears to by trying to 'milk the cow', being releasing as the title track of...
Carl And The Rhythm All Stars
Submitted by kitti (01 September 2007)
I want to invite you on a journey down the traditional rockabilly "river" with the debut CD of Carl and the Rhythm All Stars. Just insert this CD and close your eyes - from the first tune you will feel the stream bringing you to the roots of rock'n'roll. The double bass (Renaud Cans)...
Cascadez
Submitted by Mike_The_Bopper (26 January 2007)
Let me introduce you to one of Norway's hardest hitting teddy boy style bands on today's rockin' circuit. The Cascadez! The Cascadez are a three piece band, and this, their 4th CD is as hard as they come.. 16 non stop ass kickin' tracks that will have you boppin' all over the house! Tracks such as...
Cathouse Creepers
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (01 February 2007)
Riproaring rockabilly with modern production and dynamic delivery. The Cathouse Creepers impressed when opening up for the Stray Cats during their 2004 European tour, and were asked back to support Stray Cat Lee Rocker on his 2005 UK dates where they raised the roof once more.Their hard-edged sound retains it's pure rockabilly roots, and will appeal...
Cathouse Thumpers
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (16 December 2007)
An outstanding album by a trio of super red hot rockabilly cats from San Diego, California. Hi-Octane Rockabilly with thumping bass and mind blowing guitar licks. These 13 top notch tracks will please fans of Stray Cats, Brian Setzer solo, and the rockabilly side of Rev. Horton Heat. Featuring hi-powered Neo-Rockabilly in the shape...
Chris Casello
Submitted by howardraucous (13 May 2007)
Magnificent guitar playing from Chris Casello on a varied set featuring full-on Rockabilly, Western Swing, Santo & Johnny style instos and many other guitar-led roots-rockin' styles. The performances are impeccable, and Chris proves himself as a strong singer too. He has also surrounded himself with top-notch musicians including members of The Starlight Wranglers and Legendary Shack...
Chris Isaak
Submitted by rockinev (30 January 2012)
Stunning! I think that is the only way to introduce this album, Chris Isaak has recorded probably the finest Rockabilly album that we are likely to hear for a long time. The sleeve notes state that this is an album Chris has wanted to record his whole life, it has been labour of love,...
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