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Wormtone records

Wormtone records was a Denver based label ran by Kurt Ohlen & Karen Brown who were also behind the Denver’s Rock N’ Rhythm-Billy Weekender.

7”

  • Mohair, Hop’d – Mohair / Hop’d – WT-701 [1993]
  • The Dalhart Imperials – Crocodile Tears ‎- WT-702 [1995]
  • The Dalhart Imperials – There Ain’t No Place Like The Panhandle ‎- WM-703 [1996]
  • The Tennessee Boys – Blue Hearted Fool ‎- WT-704 [1996]
  • The Sugar King Boys – Tip Top & Three Other Hits – WT 705 [1996]
  • Kim Lenz And Her Jaguars – Shake A Leg! ‎- WT 706 [1997]
  • The Haywoods – Rockin’ By The Bay – WT-707 [1998]
  • Blue Ribbon Boys – Messin’ Around / Hot Liquor: Plus More! ‎- WT-708 – 1999
  • The Orangu-Tones – Santa’s Comin’ ‎- WT-709 [2004]
  • The Surfites / The Thunderchiefs – Surf Nut! ‎- WT-710 [2014]

CD’s

  • The Sugar King Boys – The Sugar King Boys Are… Topsy Turvy ‎- WT-501 [1998]
  • The Haywoods – Drinkin’ Cryin’ & Moanin’ ‎- WT-502 [1999]
  • The Orangu-Tones – Introducing The Simian Sounds Of The… ‎- WT-503 [2002]
  • The Orangu-Tones – Pledge Kappa Epsilon Gamma – WT-504 [2004]
  • Eddie Clendening The Rage Of The Teen-Age! ‎WT-505 [2005]
  • The Aquasonics – Plays Songs For The Surfin’ Set – WT-506 [2005]
  • The Thunderchiefs – Dig ‎- WT-507 [2007]
  • Long John Thomas And The Duffs – Presenting ‎- WT-508 [2006]
  • The Thunderchiefs – The Interstellar Sounds Of The Thunderchiefs ‎- WT-509 [2010]

Eddie Clendening

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Eddie Clendening is… Knocking at your heart.
Eddie Clendening is… Knocking at your heart.

Eddie Clendening is… knocking at your heart.

Ventrella CD-5003
Buttercup – Mean Ol’ Frisco – Baby Brother – Hey Little One – Long Tall Lou (from Louisville) – Sugaree – Have a Ball – Knockin’ (at your heart) – Comin’ Home Baby – Blues Stop Knockin’ At My Door – Manifesto Of Love – Respectfully Miss Brooks – Hot Shot – Make Me Know You’re Mine – Six Feet Under – It’ll Be Me- My Baby’s Gone Away

I’m not very good at maths but I can solve a simple equation. For example take one of the best band on the scene (let’s say The Modern Sounds), put them in Jimmy Sutton’s studio with one of the most talented young singer (Eddie Clendening) and the result is, that’s no surprise, one hell of a killer album.
17 hot tracks that range from rockabilly to rock’n’roll with bits of rhythm’n’blues, country music and even a brilliant sixties soul number. And this voice! Oh boy, this guy can rock and when he croons he’s sure going to break hearts all over the globe (just listen to Hey Little One if you don’t believe me). There must be a reason why he’s been chosen to play Elvis in Broadway’s Million Dollar Quartet. Musically, Joel Paterson’s guitar shines troughout (as usual), he can rock it up, blues it up, jazz it up and sometimes he does the three in the same time. Alex Hall and Beau Samble confirm they’re one of the best rhythm section in activity.
If you still need to be convinced, let me tell you that High Noon’s Shaun Young wrote the laudatory liner notes. Talent knows talent.
As usual with Ventrella it comes in a beautifully designed digipack

Fred “Virgil” Turgis

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