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Submitted by kitti (10 January 2011)
Yes, we are back with our reviews. So let’s start from the one of the finest compilation I have been listening lately in my car during my long travels to work and back home. It is not a brand new cd (released in 2009 at Pan American Rocrings), but it doesn’t make it old. Because it...
Bottle Rockets
Submitted by kitti (05 February 2011)
At first some information about the band. Bottle Rockets are playing together already for about 8 years and finally last year they were ready to release their first album which is called “She’s My Girl”; their website was not easy to find via google, because some popular American rock band was popping out anytime I tried...
Eddie Clendening
Submitted by kitti (13 April 2011)
Eddie Clendening - the name you've probably already heard here and there. And certainly if you have seen him live, you would not forget it. The fresh talented guy from New York creates atmosphere of 1950's just right in front of you. His look, his voice and energy makes your heart beat faster, so probably you...
Submitted by hankabilly (05 May 2011)
The album starts with Love Me from the Phantom always a good beginning. The Tremors whipsaw rockabilly, hillbilly's on the run sounds great, a country trash rhythm r 'n r album with slapping bass. Whether the crowd is full of college students, swing dance enthusiasts, or Hells Angels, you can bet the Tremors will have the...
Flaming Combo
Submitted by hankabilly (05 May 2011)
Flaming Combo 120 miles west to Paris France, influenced by the original legends of the 50's as well as by the present time. The opening cover track Gunning For The Dogs say everything what you can expect from this album, teddy boy, rockabilly, Bo Diddley beat, gretch-guitar, double bass etc. The sound is really good they...
Izzy & The Kesstronics
Submitted by hankabilly (05 May 2011)
The first track is a Chuck Berry style rock and roll song - not bad at all. Waiting for what coming next - r 'n r, jazzy, mambo, all kind of influences with an electric bass. Stranger Izzy plays very good guitar and has a good voice but still there is something missing. This kind of...
Submitted by hankabilly (05 May 2011)
Whatever happened to rock 'n roll?? That's an easy question, rock and roll is still alive with bands like Mojokings a combination of rockabilly, punk, psychobilly, rock and roll. Paul Scoulding-singer and guitarist, his guitar sound gives a nod to the nasty side of 50’s rock’n’roll, Richard Scoulding-double bass slapping no mercy, Olly Simmonds-double kick drums...
Foggy Mountain Rockers
Submitted by rockinev (05 May 2011)
This is out and out stomping teddy boy rock n roll and a great example of the genre. The six members of the band produce a full, rich sound, with the two guitars, backed with the pounding drums and heavy bass this is sure to get you bopping and jiving in your sneakers and...
Lazy Boys, The
Submitted by rockinev (05 May 2011)
The Lazy Boys are from Dresden and blend country, rockabilly and rock n roll into a mixture of hard drinking bar room rockin. This music belongs in a late night smoke filled club where the band plays long and hard and the audience drinks in the same way. A number of the songs reflect...
Jack Rabbit Slim
Submitted by rockinev (05 May 2011)
A short sharp stab of rockabilly adrenaline is delivered with this 4 track EP from one of the top rockin bands on the scene. Their last full length CD saw JRS edge into the more indie sound taking rockabilly into unchartered territory for a while, no bad thing, but this sees them back to their...
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