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Mad Fred & The Maniacs
Submitted by Mike_The_Bopper (26 January 2007)
You know that every so often you go through a phase of buying a pile of cd's and never getting around to playing them, well this little pocket rocket was one such album. I popped in to the CD player, and wow! It blew my crepes straight off my feet.. The album is packed to the...
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...
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...
Omar Romero
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (29 January 2007)
He's adored my many rockabilly fans for his wild concert appearances and even wilder music. This album is the third release from him, but the first under his full name. Straight forward rockabilly with loud and raw guitar sounds all the way, in places very similar to the paul burlison sound from the...
All Gator & His Real Hot Reptile Rockers
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (29 January 2007)
Wild rock 'n' roll and rockin' blues from Ali Gator, otherwise known as Ray collins (of Hot Club fame). it's much rawer and wilder than his Hot Club albums - but is equally as excellent. Powerful and lively, these action-packed cuts sound fantastic with with their period-perfect primitive recording style which suits the raw 'n' rockin'...
Johnny Carlevale
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (29 January 2007)
Real rockin' jump blues, swing & rock 'n' roll fronted by the great vocal talent of Johnny Carlevale, and backed by superb musicians including ex-members of the Amazing Royal Crowns. Truly excellent stuff which captures the jump jivin' rhythm & blues sound that led to the birth of rock 'n' roll....
Crazy Rocket Surfers
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (29 January 2007)
First full-length album from a psychobilly 4-piece who have a rockin' psychobilly sound with thumpin' slap-bass throughout. Their songs are infused with a sense of fun, and sound like every live show would be a party....
Marauders
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (29 January 2007)
Nitro-fuelled American rockabilly trio who rock hard with a stompin', stompin' beat which doesn't let up. They recently made many new fans touring with the Brian Setzer Orchestra, and Setzer even wrote a song for them which is featured here. All other songs are Marauders originals.If you like your rockabilly music hard, fast, powerful and delivered...
Young Savages
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (01 February 2007)
Raw, savage 50s style rockabilly packed with youthful energy. The Young Savages are a fresh, young addition to the rockin' scene, performing no-holds-barred 50's style rockabilly. This debut album features mostly Young Savages originals, accompanied by covers of Larry Donn and Hank Penny. produced by Ian Speller (Rusti Steel & the Tin Tax) and Boz Boorer...
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....
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