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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....
Truly Lover Trio
Submitted by kitti (19 October 2008)
I have in my hands the album of Truly Lover Trio “Dig It, Baby, Dig It”. Before I started to listen to it, I had a look at the band’s homepage, which is a pure reflection of CD - the same colours, the same style, the same “Dig It” feeling throughout every page. So you are...
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...
Wildkats, The
Submitted by kitti (30 September 2007)
The Wildkats is very popular name among rock’n’roll bands, but the music they play is not the same. This four-piece band is from North West of England. I would describe them as a standard band with standard choice of instruments and the list of standard rock’n’roll songs. Unfortunately all of 15 compositions are...
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