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Ghoultown
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (18 January 2007)
Ghoultown's Horror-Cowpunk Hellbilly style combines Western Gunfighter themes with bloodpumping cowpunk, featuring gritty vocals and Mariachi trumpets. The full, powerful production on 'Bury Them Deep', along with their unique songwriting (described as Johnny Cash meets Rob Zombie) has reulted in their best album to date....
Greyhounds, The
Submitted by rockinev (28 May 2011)
The Greyhounds are a four piece rockabilly outfit from Germay with Nils Anderson on lead guitar and vocals, Gerrit Anderson drums and vocals, Herbert Stacker Lead Vocals and Slap Bass and Jan Martensen on rhythm guitar. Together they produce a competent easy going rockabilly sound mixing many originals with some '50's covers, including the very...
Hailbails
Submitted by rockinev (22 March 2015)
A new 3 piece band from Leeds UK with a promo CD comprising 4 self penned titles on limited 7" vinyl and CD. This is not a bad announcement of their arrival on the scene according to their promo material they have been playing local events and festivals and hopefully building up a local following....
Hank Ballard And The Midnighters
Submitted by raveonreviews (06 July 2009)
Never has the musical output of Hank Ballard and The Midnighters been presented in such high style. The many fine ’Best Of’ packages represent only a handful of his greatest sides, but if you like Rock and Roll and R&B, you’ll want to dive into this box head first. Discovered by Johnny Otis at a...
Hank's Jalopy Demons
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (09 April 2008)
Top rockabilly with red hot tunes from this Australian band. Memorable guitar licks with a powerful punch, superb vocals and rockin' bop played with a great knowledge. The CD starts with straight forward rockabilly tracks 'Way Out' and 'Shake-a-Bop'. Then the album takes a different turn with some impressive hillbilly bops. ...
Hard Six
Submitted by dcltrueleft (29 February 2016)
Now, this is worth our attention. The blast-level dynamic Hard Six careens skullfirst through death-defying tilt-a-funland. Members Fuse, Six, and Vogelcide perpetrate the real sort of rock'n'roll that corrupts entire generations and will never be found within arm's reach of upright culture. They understand that the all-important kick at the leathered heart of 70s punk and...
Hayden Thompson
Submitted by raveonreviews (16 August 2007)
Best known for “Love My Baby” on Phillips International in 1957, Hayden Thompson released his first country LP on Kapp in 1966. Here's Hayden Thompson, which included such enduring self-penned compositions as "Sixteen Dollars Eighty-Eight Cents" and "I Wanna Get Home,” is undiscovered gem that has somehow escaped reissue. Fortunately, Bluelight executive producer’s Mika Myyrylainen’s...
Hayden Thompson
Submitted by raveonreviews (18 June 2008)
Featuring blues-drenched rockabilly and honky-tonk heartache, this exciting 35-song collection spotlights the first 10 years of Hayden Thompson’s career. Collectors will be delighted to learn that Thompson’s only single for the Von label in 1954 “Act Like You Love Me” and “I Feel The Blues Coming On” is also included along with sides recorded for Phillips...
Hicksville Bombers
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (25 January 2007)
The Hicksville Bombers have been a popular attraction on the UK rockabilly scene for 15 years, regularly playing the major roots and rockabilly festivals and constantly touring the clubs, and releasing a string of albums along the way. "Prettiest Girl in Town" is their 1998 release, and is among their best. Not only do you get...
High Noon
Submitted by kitti (01 October 2007)
This cd was released five years ago, but I would like to review it because it worth of it. Besides, it has been all time my favourite cd. In 1996 the band stopped playing; Shaun Young, Sean Mencher and Kevin Smith started their own projects. But some years later to big surprise and pleasure of many...
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