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  • Vincent Gene & Others - Live It Up ! From Joe Meek’s Tea Chest Tapes (10``LP)


    From Joe Meek’s Tea Chest Tapes we bring you the soundtrack to Live It Up – an early 60s movie that Joe Meek wrote and recorded the music for. Limited edition of 500 copies!

    Todella rajoitettu painos!!

  • Feathers Charlie - Original T.V. Sound Track N.B.C. 1979 – (Rock-A-Billy) We’re Getting Closer (10``LP)


    Title on the labels: ”Little Old Show – N.B.C. TV, Houston”

  • Fairburn Werly - Hot Stuff (10``LP)

  • Earls Jack And The Sleazy Rustic Boys - Game Of Love (10``LP)


    Enviken studioilla v 2000 äänitettyjä biisejä.

  • Same-0

    Jackson Wanda - Same (10``LP)



    Reissue of the 1959 Japan 10inch LP Capitol Shibauda Electric OLP-11. Limited edition of 1000 copies. First 500 copies on colored vinyl. A5 & B5 are bonus tracks.

  • Rockabilly Craze !-0

    Various - Rockabilly Craze ! (10``LP)

  • Various - Kings Of Rockabilly Volume 2 (10``LP)

  • Rockabilly Fever-0

    Various - Rockabilly Fever (10``LP)


    50s Sun Rockabillyä!

  • Perkins Carl / Sonny Burgess - Hep Cats Session (10``LP)

  • & Friends - Blue Suede Shoes - A Rockabilly Session 2 x 10" LP-0

    Perkins Carl - & Friends – Blue Suede Shoes – A Rockabilly Session 2 x 10″ LP (10``LP)


    Viimeisen päälle hieno tupla-albumi! Ja musakin on ihan parasta!!

  • Good Rockin` Tonight (Red)-0

    Presley Elvis - Good Rockin` Tonight (Red) (10``LP)


    Uusi repropainos alunperin 50-luvulla (1958) Ranskassa julkaistusta albumista. LIMITED GREEN

  • Kings Of Rockabilly Vol 1-0

    Various - Kings Of Rockabilly Vol 1 (10``LP)

  • Various - All Night Rock (10``LP)

  • Feathers Charlie - Same (Test Pressing) (10``LP)


    Late 1960’s release.Only made as a Test Pressing In UK.

  • And Friends -0

    LaBeef Sleepy - And Friends (10``LP)


    50s rockabilly klassikkoja!

  • Various - Flyin’ Saucers Rock ’N’ Roll (10``LP)

  • Harris Wynonie - Wynonie ’Mr. Blues’ Harris (10``LP)


    10″LP (limited edition – magenta vinyl)
    10 single tracks, eight from the original LP plus two bonus tracks.
    Reproduction of this super rare 10inch in Bear Family Records® 11000 LP collector’s series.
    Reissue of the 10inch LP released in France over seventy years ago (1952) – Vogue L.D. 082!
    Recordings from 1948 – 1951, made for King Records in Cincinnati.
    Reproduction of the rare original cover.
    Carefully remastered for this LP edition and pressed on high quality vinyl!
    Limited edition of 500 copies in magenta vinyl!

    Wynonie Harris (1915 – 1969) was – along with Jimmy Rushing, Big Joe Turner and Roy Brown – one of the most successful blues shouters in the 1940s and early 1950s, known for songs with sometimes humorous, but often lyrics full of sexual innuendo.

    He achieved fifteen listings on the Top10 R&B charts from 1946 to 1952. His highly successful 1948 cover of the Roy Brown song Good Rocking Tonight is widely regarded as an early precursor to rock ’n’ roll.

    Bear Family Records® is releasing a reissue of an extremely early and extremely rare French 25cm record in the popular ’Vinyl Club Exclusive’ series on colored vinyl. The 10″ LP contains some of his greatest hits, great R&B or early rock ’n’ roll, depending on how you want to classify Wynonie’s music.

    The graphic design of the gorgeous cover is by C. Danest, who has designed about twenty other beautiful covers for French Vogue in the jazz genre. His first name is unfortunately not known …

  • Good Rockin` Tonight-0

    Presley Elvis - Good Rockin Tonight (10``LP)


    USA Bootleg! Repropainos alunperin 50-luvulla (1958) Ranskassa julkaistusta albumista. Komeat paksut kunnon pahvi kannet.

  • Various - Tennessee Stomp (10``LP)


    Harvinaisin albumi tästä SUN 10″ sarjasta.

  • Various - The Swingin’ Blast (10``LP)

  • Powers Johnny - Rock Rock (10``LP)


    Ihan kybän kybätuumainen.

  • Starr Andy - Round And Round (10``LP)


    Kaikki parhaat ! Kunnon rockabilly pläjäys!

  • Joy Benny - …For Your Rockin Party (10``LP)


    Ei kahta ilman kolmatta Benny Joy 10″ albumia. Nyt myös Multigroovelta oma versio.

  • Chuck Rio - Margarita – More Than A Girl’s Name (10``LP)


    The name Danny Flores might not ring a bell, but what about his alias Chuck Rio?
    Chuck Rio’s name is etched in golden capitol letters in the Rock & Roll Olympus thanks to his mega-hit ”TEQUILA”, when he was member of The Champs, But Danny’s legacu is much broader, being a member of other bands like The Persuaders, with whom he recorded a fantastic instrumental LP, or even under his own name.

  • Joy Benny - Untold Stories – Rare and Unreleased Masters, Unearthed (10″LP+CD) (10``LP)


    Todella komia 10″LP ja CD paketti. Ei paljonkaan mene päällekkäin Rockstar julkaisun Little Red Bookin kanssa, joten ehdoton hankinta.

  • Joy Benny - Little Red Book 10″LP (+ Bonus CD) (10``LP)


    Upea 10″ albumi kera CD:n. Ilmestyy joulukuun eka. SAA VARATA!

    is a 10 track 10inch record that comes with a 29 track CD and as regular CD (6 panel ecopac as usual) !!!!

    Its the first release that will be out on Rockstar to celebrate 50 years of Rockstar Records in 2024. Due to legal issues it wont hit the USA.

    Limited to 500 copies and of course no reprints.

  • Texas Rockabilly-0

    Fisher Sonny - Texas Rockabilly (10``LP)


    50`s rockabilly klassikkoja!

  • Nelson Rick - Four You 10″EP (10``LP)

  • Maloy Vince - Flying High With Vince Maloy – The Complete Recordings (45rpm) (10``LP)


    1-LP 10”vinyl with 12-page booklet, 12 tracks. Total playing time approx. 27 min.

    ATTENTION!, the record does NOT contain a CD as stated on the sleeve! Vince Maloy has made only 12 recordings in his life! Since a CD would not have been worthwhile!!!!

    Vince Maloy? Heard of him? No? Well good. Because here comes the ultimate vinyl compilation on Bear Family Records® from the guy that plays brutally badass rockabilly!
    Vince Maloy has only recorded 6 singles in his lifetime for 6 labels, including a super-rare single for Web Records.
    Our LP includes everything there is by this rocker.
    With a great deal of effort, these rare tracks have been remastered – Maloy’s recordings have never sounded so terrific as on this 10″ LP.
    One of the most distinguished releases in our rockabilly vinyl series!

    Vince Maloy? How wild can it get? You think releasing Bill Carter stuff was risky and obscure? (Bill’s 10″ has long sold out.) Let me tell you something, buddy! This is tuff stuff, indeed.

    Bear Family Records® comes up with Vince Maloy’s complete recorded output – six singles on six different labels. And – shortly before the production deadline, an excellent copy of Maloy’s Web release WEB 1109 Wine Bop Bop / Honey Baby appeared seemingly out of nowhere (OK, after a long and tedious search undertaken by Nico Feuerbach) – when all hope already seemed in vain.

    You have to remember: WEB 1109 Wine Bop Bop / Honey Baby is as scarce as rockabilly 45s get. You have to remember: WEB 1109 Wine Bop Bop / Honey Baby is an extremely rare and rocking rockabilly record but was lousily recorded, mastered, and pressed way back when.

    Think of Paramount pre-war blues 78 quality. But what the heck – as long as it rocks! And it’s a rocking mother… Some of the stuff sounds like Vince had constructed his own Karaokebilly-Machine and sang along from the outhouse. THIS IS WILD!

    But best of all – and sometimes it does not get any better: Most known copies have a pressing fault – a skip! But behold: Bear Family’s copy is as clean as Granny’s Sunday undies and plays without skipping. So – the release of ’Vince Maloy: Flying High With Vince Maloy – The Complete Recordings’ (BAF14035) is just for you!

    It combines all of Vince Maloy’s disguised reworkings of Drinkin’ Wine Spo-De-O-Dee, his Felsted dragster classic, and – once again the best available copy of WEB 1109 Wine Bop Bop / Honey Baby – all remastered for your rockinest pleasure!

    But beware: If you consider your rockabilly rebellion yet to come, reconsider! After rocking it up and rocking the boat, Vince Maloy became Chief of Police to the North Beach Maryland Police Department.

    Before that, he had played Vegas for a while and roamed the Eastern Seaboard with his best buddies, Link Wray and the Raymen – a strong desire for structure and control might have arisen during these rowdy days of yore.

  • Bond Eddie - Talking Off The Wall! (10″LP + CD) (10``LP)


    1-LP 10″ vinyl with bonus CD, 14 tracks (LP), 25 tracks (CD). Total playing time 28 min. (LP), 48 min. (CD)

    A rocking 14-track LP on Bear Family Records® from one of the original Memphis rockabillies, Eddie Bond, backed up by a 25-track CD featuring original and cover versions of some of Eddie’s songs.
    Mostly from the mid-1950s, these tracks sparkle with the life and excitement of the new rocking music.
    Eddie started and finished as a country singer, but he embraced the new rockabilly music and he soon became the Rockin’ Daddy described in his best-selling disc from 1956.
    Eddie’s backing bands include two of the best guitarists of all time – Reggie Young and Hank Garland – and they don’t disappoint.
    The ten-inch LP contains one song from Eddie’s first label, Ekko, six from his rockabilly heyday on Mercury, two from his originally unissued sessions at Sun in 1958, and five tracks from local Memphis labels in the 1960s.
    The bonus CD contains also a further 11 tracks by other artists, providing fascinating other versions of songs Eddie recorded. Artists include Sonny Fisher, Lattie Moore, Ray Charles, and Elvis Presley.

    Back when Eddie Bond recorded Talkin’ Off The Wall for his first ever disc in 1955, he was indeed caught up in a musical moment that was ‘off the wall’ – in other words seen as highly unusual, strange, eccentric, bizarre. It was the time of the emergence of rockabilly and white rock and roll.

    Briefly, the ‘rockin daddy from ding dong Tennessee’ was hot stuff, playing shows with Presley, Perkins, Cash and all the other singers from Memphis whose music talked off the wall to a whole new generation. Today, it does so again.

    The CD version of ‘Talking Off The Wall!’ contains all the 14 LP tracks plus another 11 recordings illustrating other ways of playing some of the songs Eddie recorded.

    Two of the alternative tracks are by Eddie himself; a 1975 later version of his signature Mercury recording from 1956, Rockin’ Daddy, and another take on Boo Bop Da Caa Caa, released on his Stompertime label in 1959 within a year of his rejected Sun version.

    Eddie Bond’s long career as a country disc jockey as well as a singer put him in a fine position to pick interesting songs to record, sometimes when they were new and other times when he thought they could be given new life. It was a rare thing when Eddie didn’t match or improve on other versions.

    Sonny Fisher wrote and first recorded Rockin’ Daddy in 1956 and we include that along with an alternative version, also from the 1950s.

    Lattie Moore had first made Juke Joint Johnny for Speed Records in Nashville in 1952 and then adapted it as Juke Box Johnnie in 1956. Red Sovine soon recorded it again as Juke Joint Johnnie, all well before Eddie Bond’s version.

    Hank Penny had recorded a strange western-swing-pop version of the offensive song Look Like A Monkey in 1952 for RCA, again years before Eddie recorded it.

    On the other hand, Eddie’s recording of Slip Slip Slippin’ In was made very soon after Lou Millet’s version on Nashville’s Republic label in 1956. Finally, we can see here that Eddie’s version of I Got A Woman was made a year after Ray Charles’s original but before Elvis Presley’s take on the song in 1956. The comparisons are all fascinating stuff.

    The compilation was done by Nico Feuerbach and the liner notes by Martin Hawkins, universally recognized music historian and expert on the music of Memphis, Tennessee.