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Rudy La Crioux And The All Stars
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (14 October 2008)
This British rockabilly combo has been playing hot music for 10 years already and have become favourites on the club scene, and "Wild & Pretty" is their only their 4th album in this time. Of course it better to concentrate on quality over quantity - prooved here with their latest release. Here are 14...
Starline Rhythm Boys
Submitted by kitti (27 February 2010)
The next band in the line to be judged is rockabilly trio the Starline Rhythm Boys, from Vermont (where you can see them playing live almost every weekend). The record is clear and very professional. Addition of applauses, yelling and cheers makes the cd even more “live”. The strongest point of the band –...
The Rockats
Submitted by dcltrueleft (29 February 2016)
Some cats got it...In my first-hand estimation, the Rockats and Robert Gordon prowled the crest of the 70s/80s revival wave. So it's only fitting that in 2014 they all located at Lanark Records - their presence at the surging upstart imprint elevating it in importance. The original 'Cats are here - world-class singer Dibbs...
Union Avenue
Submitted by Mike_The_Bopper (26 January 2007)
Well what do you know? Straight out of the mould of late Johnny Cash's Sun sound, with a hint of good old' mexico thrown in for good measure you get Union Avenue. Their three track e.p. "Teenage Kicks" is packed with the feel of the legendary man in black. So if you like Johnny Cash,...
Union Avenue
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (01 February 2007)
Union avenue keep the Johnny Cash sound alive now that the man in black is gone. They cover songs that Cash didn't - and make them sound like he did. It's the nearest thing to new Johnny Cash material that you're gonna get. They have won many different audiences over - punk, metal, country and more....
Upsouth Twisters
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (24 June 2008)
This is the first album released by the band under the new name The Upsouth Twisters. To their fans, they are better known under their previous name of 'Lucky 7'. The band comprise of 5 musicians who enhance every songs on the album with their masterful playing. Out of 13 songs on the...
Various
Submitted by kitti (28 September 2010)
What else can present festival besides photos? Absolutely right! The music, or to be more precise - the bands, which play at the festival. That's why after our long summer vacation I have chosen exactly that sort of cd. Now my cd player is busy with spinning Walldorf Weekend "record". For some of you...
Various Artists
Submitted by rockin_bird (16 March 2009)
El Toro Records has produced a brand new Collectors Choice series, which has two volumes by now and include rare 1950’s recorded material, which you can find only on 45’s, 75’s and acetates. Sure it is not the same as vinyl, but, you should agree, sometimes cds are just more convenient. The first volume is called...
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