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martha hull

Martha Hull

Martha Hull – Feelin’ Right Tonight Feelin’ Right Tonight / Fujiyama MamaRipsaw Records 217 Martha Hull first sang Tex Rubinowitz’s Feelin’ Right Tonight (Ripsaw 212) when she was singing for the punk band D.Ceats. She somehow caught the attention of Tex Rubinowitz who decided to record her. Thus, on May 29, 1980, Martha Hull got… Keep Reading

Ridgetop Westernaires

Ridgetop Westernaires (the)

Ridgetop Westernaires (the) Lookin’ For Better Days / Johnson City Jet Tone – JET 102 [1996] I first believed that the Ridgetop westernaires single was one of the very first recording made by Wayne ‘the train’ Hancock but considering the release date, 1996, this is more likely a side project (Wayne’s debut album being released in… Keep Reading

gina and the rockin rebels

Gina and the Rockin’ Rebels

Gina and the Rockin’ Rebels   ALL 102 – 1978 Rockin’ on down the line / Thinkin’ on you Gina and the Rockin’ Rebels were Gina Wall (vocals) Johnny Wall (rhythm guitar) Paul James (lead guitar), Lol Lewis (bass) and Billy Sloane (drums). They recorded their debut single in 1978 for Alligator Records a British… Keep Reading


The Trillionairs

The Trillionairs – Haunted Killjoy records – Kill 023 [2017] Haunted – Alohol The Trillionairs are a German neo-rockabilly/psychobilly quartet. After a short dialog taken from what I assume to be a old movie (though I didn’t recognize it), Haunted kicks off. Two guitars, one with a distorted sound and another with a more rockabilly… Keep Reading

Wigsville Spliffs

Wigsville Spliffs

Wigsville Spliffs Born To Ride Killjoy records – Kill 022 Born to ride – Eyes on my baby Wigsville Spliffs formed in the early 80’s with Ian Aitken on vocals and guitar, Mike Lister on double bass and Danny Mowl on drums. They split in 1987. During that time they appeared on numerous compilation albums… Keep Reading

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