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Hellabama Honky Tonks – Bang Boom Jubilee [2012]

Hellabama Honky Tonks

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One Two Three Four – Bang Boom Jubilee – Too Drunk To Dance – Rock All Night – Make You Mine – It’s Not Easy – Broken Hearts On A Saturday Night – Voodoo Doll – I Don’t Know What Happened To Rock ‘n’ Roll – B-Side Of Love – Six More Miles – Get Down – Rock The Bop – Last Caress – Never Met A Girl Like You

Don’t be afraid by the ugly cover that makes them look like a cheap imitation of rockabilly ready to go to the eurovision contest. The music is far better than what you could expect.
The Hellabama Honky Tonks play fats driven rockabilly with the slap bass to the fore (sometimes the slap more than the bass) with a touch of blues (Rockin’ All Night) and a modern attitude that often borders to Psychobilly. Real good ideas and solid originals complete the package.
Fred “Virgil” Turgis

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