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Gangnails
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (26 January 2007)
The Gangnails unleash the punkabilly stomp of prague to the world on this excellent album. The stomping rhythms of slap bass psychobilly combine with the punk rock spirit of '77 with dynamic and explosive results. Hard rockin' psychobilly with influences of the clash and the ramones....
Garnet Hearts
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (12 June 2007)
This first album from The Garnet Hearts presents 14 tracks of pure 1950s style Rockabilly music with a definite Sun Records influence. There are hints of Carl Perkins and Sonny Burgess, but these guys play naturally without trying to be exact copies of the Rockabilly legends. The production and performance is period perfect, and the songs...
Gene Simmons
Submitted by raveonreviews (13 June 2007)
For the first time, every song Jumpin' Gene Simmons recorded at Sun is included along with essential alternate takes and some choice sides from his days at HI, Checker and Argo. [Simmons 1964 smash hit "Haunted House" is included on: Complete Gene Simmons on HI - Cream HEXD 53] The intriguing story of Simmons's involvement with...
Gene Vincent
Submitted by raveonreviews (01 July 2007)
Gene Vincent and The Blue Caps influenced generations of rock artists with their rockabilly recordings on Capitol. Yet, those classics sides were not the end of Vincent's story as a recording artist. This smartly documented set includes 223 of the Virginia-born rock pioneer's studio work from every label he was associated with over his 16...
Gene Vincent
Submitted by raveonreviews (19 November 2007)
An intriguing follow-up to the 8-CD set Gene Vincent - The Road Is Rocky (Complete Studio Masters 1956-1971), this 6-CD set, comprised of every known outtake, false start and dialogue, is a completist’s dream. Featuring superb sound quality, the listener can actually hear how the various bands worked it out with Vincent in the studio. According...
Gin Palace Jesters
Submitted by kitti (08 March 2008)
The album “Roadhouse Riot” welcomes you to the world of love, sorrow, dancin' and beer. The first song “Losing Her Memory” opens the doors and invites us back to the past to a cozy bar filled with smoke and music, where people drink, chat and share their tragic life and love stories. ...
Hillbilly Casino
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (22 July 2007)
If you are into high energy American music, Reverend Horton Heat and Brian Setzer style, then this album will stay in your CD player for a really long time! It's fast 'n' mean rockabilly with great vocals from Nic Roulette (ex Blue Moon Boys) and lyrics written with a pinch of salt. Recorded in...
Hillbilly Casino
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (25 June 2008)
Second album of raging rockabilly from the Nashville band. In July last year (2007) we reviewed their first album 'Sucker Punched', and after listening to what was then a new band I became a big fan straight away. The band has a star line up with ex-members of The Blue Moon Boys, BR5-49 and...
J.p. Mcdermott And Western Bop
Submitted by gatorrock (05 September 2007)
A fantastic debut album that proves what the Washington D.C.-area honky-tonk crowd already knows -- J.P. is for real. McDermott can really sing and the band really rocks. It's easy to tell a lot of hard work and love for the music went into this. J.P.'s acoustic guitar drives the train and Bob Newscaster's lead guitar...
Jack Rabbit Slim
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (24 April 2007)
Second album of Wild Wild Rockabilly from Jack Rabbit Slim. The first album was and is still selling like hot cakes, now the same story is being repeated by their latest release. In this album the band include a variety of styles, but sometimes is seams that the cats are trying to please everybody....
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