Sound of the Day

Mai 23rd, 2017 By Lil Mo and the Dynaflos – Get Up and Dance 2c375a_aeee1d71dd4a8e38a714542b11fb4aa4

If you’re familiar to the Rockabilly Chronicle, you already know how much I like Lil Mo’s voice. Here’s another fine example of his talent taken from the album of the same name (which is reviewed here) released on Rhthm Bomb.

The Hi-Q’s

The Hi-Q’s - Hop and Bop

The Hi-Q’s – Hop and Bop El Toro Records. ETCD-3090 Dirty White Bucks – Hi-Q Boogie – Bop Crazy Bop – Worn Out – Rock ‘n’ Roll Guitar – I Wanna Live – Twenty-One Days – Jungle Boy Jack – Speed Limit – Wiggle Walkin’ Baby – Hop ‘n’ Bop – All The Time The…

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The Tall Boys

The Tall Boys - Live at the Klub Foot

The Tall Boys – Live at the Klub Foot Trophy Records TR001 Introduction – Dragster – Last House On The Left – Brand New Gun – Funtime – Take A Walk – Final Kick – Ride This Torpedo – Action Woman – Through A Glass – Rock ‘n’ Roll Party Recently Alan Wilson (of Western…

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The Memphis Rockabilly Band

The memphis Rockabilly Band in 1978 - Bill Coover, Hank ?, Jeff Spencer and Terry Bingham

Bill Coover and Jeff Spencer formed the Memphis Rockabilly Band in 1978. Though the band came from the Boston area, they chose this name to leave no doubt about the music they decided to play: Rockabilly with a Sun influence. In an interview given to us in 2007, Jeff Spencer recalled “I think the first…

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The Whyos

The Whyos

Coming from New Jersey, The Whyos were Mike Girao (guitar), Tim Gorell (vocal), Brian Post (bass guitar) and Joe Geary (drums). They released an album on Dutch Rockhouse label in 1984  with additionnal musicians Mike Baumann (p) and Chris Galli (sax) who also appeared on stage with the band. They became very popular in New…

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Randy Rich

Randy Rich

That’s a classic one I often ask, but I’m always curious to know how you discovered the music you play now ? Randy Rich: Well, in one way we were lucky growing up in the 80’s. There was still a lot of Rock’n’Roll in TV and radio even in East Germany. One day I saw…

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Rockin’ Books reviews

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Rockabilly Underground London 1980’s – William Jones With bands as different as the Blue Cats, the Stargazers, Restless, the Meteors, the Deltas, Red Hot’n’Blue, the Riverside Trio (and many many more) London was in the early 80’s a creative bubble for all things rockabilly. That’s what I expected to find in this book, after all…

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