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CD/DVD Reviews » Various - Walldorf Rock'n'roll Weekender 2010

Track List:

The Dynotones - The Chisler
Hot Wire - Tigerfeet
Crazy Legs - Green Men From Mars
Jungle Tigers - Green Eyes
Honky Tonk Pounders - Freight Train Running
The Bombs - Crime No. 1
The Neanderthals - Too Many Nights In A Gin Mill
Lazy Boys - Shadows
Good Fellas - Walkin`with Mr. S.
Hannes And His Ballroom Kings - Rip It Up
Ruby Dee And The Snakehandlers - Shameful Breaker
Smalltown Casanovas - Graduation Day
King Pleasure And The Biscuit Boys - Puerto Rico
Rhythm Train - Bad To The Bone
Whip Crackin' Daddies - Headin`west
Tony Marlow - Action Baby
Wheels Fargo And The Nightingale - Mule Skinner Blues
Arsen Roulette - Let's Get On With It All
Billy Bros. Jumpin' Orchestra - Flyin' Home
Various
Walldorf Rock'n'roll Weekender 2010
Part Records (2010)
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Possible Styles: neo-rockabilly, rock'n'roll, country, swing, psychobilly
Submitted by: kitti.
Publication date - 28 September 2010
Copyrights: Rockabilly Bash

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 who has been at the festival it will be probably nostalgic material (collecting either good or bad memories), for me it is just a compilation which gives more or less proper presentation of this particular weekend.

I am closing my eyes and trying to imagine the atmosphere. It is certainly not the party with fancy dresses, proper suits and coctails at the bar. Jeans must be the dress code, beer must be the most favourable drink and even tattoos with flag of confideration are probably allowed. And yes, cars... how it could be without them!

The music is extremely variable: from jive to "very" neo-rockabilly, from country to teddy boy music. You won't find any style (connected in any ways to rock'n'roll) which is not included on that "business card".

You will like it or you won't. Anyway, it is good to have festivals' soundtracks in your collection because of two reasons. If you have extra money to spend, it will be much easier to find out which party is more suitable for you (not only rely on friends opinions and bands line up). And the second one - it is always a fun to see how style is changing from year to year... if it really does.

So goodbye for now. As for me, I am going to give that cd one more chance and think if I am ready to save part of my 2011.

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