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CD/DVD Reviews » Michael Ubaldini - Mystery Train Sessions

Track List:

Don’t Say Goodbye
Scratch My Back
Mardi Gras
Jean Harlow
Shake & Shimmy
Shake It One Time
Crazy In Love
Memphis Bound
Rock ‘n’ Roll Hot Legs
Only Passin’ Through
She’s Gotta Move
Up Against The Wall
Rockabilly Tramp.
Michael Ubaldini
Mystery Train Sessions
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Possible Styles: rockabilly
Submitted by: rockabilly_girl.
Publication date - 25 January 2007

American rebel and rock 'n' roll outlaw, Micheal Ubaldini's prolific recorded output began with "Mystery Train" in 1994. Produced by Stray Cat Lee Rocker and featuring guest guitarist Brian Setzer, the album is comparible in places to some of the work that the two aforementioned feline strutters went on to record as solo artists. It's american roots rock which blends in country, blues and rockabilly, and displays ubladini's shining talents as a guitar player, singer and songwriter. This expanded version includes previously unissued material from the same sessions, as well as the complete original album.

Ubaldini continues to tour with his band and as a solo artist (with shows attended by none less than John Fogerty and Joe Strummer!) and since this stunning debut has issued a string of acclaimed albums.

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Michael Ubaldini

Submitted by rockabilly_girl (11 March 2007)
Rock n' Roll, rebel, poet, philosopher, hopeless romantic, storyteller, guitar slingin' outlaw in black are only a few of the diverse descriptions of Gritty singer & 'Prolific' songwriter Michael Ubaldini. This artist obviously defies categorization..and while back in the day when many bands in Southern California were entrenched in Hardcore and Punk Michael was as usual Doin' his own thing following no rules and wound up creating his own definitive sound and was a forerunner into was to later be known As 'Americana' or 'Alt Country'. The Los Angeles times stated he is "Better than Bruce Springsteen at probing the national soul". From the heart...

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