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Rebels Revenge / Foggy Mountain Rockers
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (15 August 2007)
A live album featuring perfomances of two top Teddy Boy style Rock 'n' Roll bands. One wild gig, 25 songs with plenty of guitar twanging and rockin' double bass. The live atmosphere gives all the songs a special edge, that little bit extra that makes live concerts the best place to be for rockin'...
Red Peters Meets Big Boy Bloater
Submitted by Mike_The_Bopper (26 January 2007)
Now here's a little gem that doesn't pop up that often.. The last of the Red Hot Mama's, Red Peters meets up with that great big hunk of man.. Big Boy Bloater to give you one of the best mini swingin' rhythm & blues albums around. This six track disc was again pressed at spindrift...
Robert Gordon & Chris Spedding
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (28 May 2007)
REVIEW by Arjan Deelen, Denmark. Robert Gordon doing Elvis Presley sounds like a natural. People have been asking for it since Robert's Private Stock days, but Robert was always afraid of being tagged another "impersonator". Over the years, he has sporadically done Elvis covers, and they served as tantalising glimpses of what we could expect...
Root Bootleg Band
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (25 January 2007)
Absolutely excellent rock 'n' roll band covering a variety of style from rockin' blues to wild rockabilly. The playing is impeccable, and the production perfect - crisp and powerful, yet authentic enough to bring out the best in this fabulous band. This 4-piece give us 19 rockin' tracks with some stunning guitar playing, tight and solid...
Round Up Boys
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (08 May 2007)
The popular German quartet from Berlin return with a 14 song album which has two different sides - straight forward rockabilly and uptempo Rock 'n' Roll saxophone spiced up blasters like "Looking For You", "Restless Me Jealous You" and "Struck By Lightning". A couple of songs are included which a different side to The...
Rudy La Crioux & The Allstars
Submitted by Mike_The_Bopper (26 January 2007)
Rudy and the crew have done it again. They've released their second album, another scorcher that just as red hot as their previous album. The world keeps turning is an excellent blend of raw rockabilly of the highest degree. The album is packed with 14 of the hottest sounds around that'll have you yearning for more....
Slim Sandy
Submitted by howard_raucous (26 January 2007)
Raw 'n' rockin', and as stripped-down as it gets. Slim Sandy is a well-known face on the rockabilly scene, being a member of Ray Condo'd Hardrock Goners, the Crazy Rhythm Daddies and the Howlin' Hound Dogs - but now he's gone-it alone and is the rockinest one-man band around. he sings, plays guitar, plays harmonica, and...
The Pirates
Submitted by Mike_The_Bopper (26 January 2007)
This disc is a slight change from the norm.. Since i first entered into the rockin' scene way back in the late 1970's, one of my all time favourite bands was Johnny Kidd & The Pirates. Sadly, Johnny Kidd died in a car accident on the 7th october 1966 on the a56 not far from bury....
Tom Powder
Submitted by Hairy_Monkey (26 January 2007)
Tom Powder of the Black Knights goes solo, and the result is a really great rockin' release. Powder is already known among the teddyboy fraternity as a great singer, guitarist and song-writer, but the secret ingredient of this album is that is was recorded by Lars Strandheim, best known for the string of authentic style...
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (26 January 2007)
Modern rockabilly led by a guitar with a rootsy twang that could only come from a texan. Powerful and stylish enough to please Horton Heat and Stray Cats fans, without cloning Setzer or the Rev. 'Mystery Lady' is a melodic and catchy taster from their debut album 'Rock 'n' roll Remedy', while the bonus tracks -...
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