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  • Glad Rags - Flipped Flipped (10``LP)

    25,00

    Authentic, original material from this Italian trio. Great harmony vocals.

  • Shook Boys - Same (10``LP)

    20,00

    Shook Boys are a manic rockabilly band hailing from Toronto, Canada. The band draws inspiration from the 1950s rock and roll era, infusing their music with a modern sound that pushes the boundaries of rockabilly while staying true to its roots.

    They don’t play music to fall in love to – they indulge in the nasty rhythms that boil primitive urges to the surface. They write songs about what they know – and what they know ain’t necessarily right; on-the-street information, living up to no one’s standards and living life like there’s no tomorrow. Real recognizes real, & Shook Boys’ approach to music is as authentic as it comes in their always-growing audience’s eyes.

    Shook Boys are a talented and dedicated rockabilly band with a promising future. Their commitment to honoring the genre’s roots while pushing it forward sets them apart from other bands in the genre. With their growing fanbase and plans to expand their reach, Shook Boys is a band to watch in the coming years.

  • Sara Dee & The Foxhunters - Have You Heard The Gossip ? (10``LP)

    30,00
  • Stray Cats - Choo Choo Hot Fish (10``LP)

    50,00

    Special Limited Edition! Numbered!

  • A Dazzling Cascade Of Notes!-0

    Eddie & The Flatheads - A Dazzling Cascade Of Notes! (10``LP)

    30,00

    Tiukkaa rockabillyä ruotsista. Wille rules!

  • Toini & The Tomcats - Retrospective! Best Of (10``LP)

    32,50

    Upea 10″ albumi. Todella rajoitettu painos.
    Only 300 copies!!!!

  • Jack Rabbit Slim - Beat It Creep (10``LP)

    25,00

    The Kings Of Sleazeabilly are back with a new CD album and this SECOND 10″ limited vinyl pressin of the new album.

    Jatkoa…

  • Hey Marie 10``EP-0

    Stargazers - Hey Marie 10″EP (10``LP)

    30,00

    Legendaarinen EP!!

  • Roman Holliday - Don’t Try To Stop It / Beat My Tim (Shaped Picture Disc) (10``LP)

    13,00
  • Claustrophobia Blues-0

    Don Cavalli & The Two Timers - Claustrophobia Blues (10``LP)

    50,00

    FANTASTIC AND KILLER FRENCH ROCKABILLY , THIS MAN IS THE BEST ROCKABILLY VOICE NEARLY CHARLIE FEATHERS I EVER SEEN !!! 10INCH WITH MANY CAVALLI COMPOSITIONRARE NOW TO FIND DON T MESS IT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Various - Rock Men Rock! (10``LP)

    25,00

    Modern Rockabilly Compilation Volume 1

  • LP And His Dirty White Bucks - Black Smoke And Blue Tears (10``LP)

    20,00
  • Get Hot Or Go Home -0

    Hot Boogie Chillun - Get Hot Or Go Home (10``LP)

    60,00
  • Lucky Steve & the Black Forest Ramblers - Got Something On My Mind (10``LP)

    20,00
  • Nelson Carrera & Scoundrels - Partners in Crime (10``LP)

    18,00

    Authentic Rockabilly Quartett from france with 10 self penned songs

    If you like the 50’s Sun Sound, especially Carl Perkins, you will sure like Nelson Carrera on this limited Vinyl, too. Limited 500 copies

  • Honky Tonkin`-0

    Rogers Sonny & The Kingpins - Honky Tonkin’ (10``LP)

    25,00

    50`s tyylin rockabillyä ruotsista.

  • Boppin' Gliesers - Gotta Have My Way (10``LP)

    15,00
  • Howlin' Ramblers - Drunken Hearted Man (10``LP)

    20,00

    Loistava uutukainen. Neo rockabillyä, jossa ripaus Paladins tyylistä blues-billyä.

  • Sale!

    Ruby Ann - Mama’s Back (10``LP)

    Original price was: €20,00.Current price is: €9,90.

    It’s been a long time since we rock ‘n’ rolled! Ten years to be exact when considering Ruby Ann’s seminal record, Mama’s Back. Celebrating a decade in existence, parent company Rhythm Bomb Records, saluting their own milestone of twenty years in business, is affording special treatment to a “bestselling” album by issuing Mama’s Back on vinyl. Released on wax for the first time therefore, Mama’s Back lives up to its title and gets a chance to do it all again in 2023. Deserving of such attention, and not only for its previous sales figures generating mindboggling statistics at the end of the financial year, no, more importantly because of the critical acclaim Mama’s Back received upon its initial release in the UK and Europe for its contents of innovative renditions of vintage period songs, and with a smattering of original compositions as well. When experiencing Mama’s Back for the first time, it transports the listener to a land and time that aficionados of the golden years of music (namely the 50s) never forgot but, unfortunately, never had the opportunity to witness first-hand either. Step forward Ruby Ann and her interpretation of a landmark period in the history of music by reproducing an authentic 50s sound, but also stamping her own personality throughout Mama’s Back. A large part of her authority is contained and demonstrated by a voice that is lined in silver and gold, and with comparisons made with several of the pioneers of rockabilly and associated female rockers with, most conspicuously, Wanda Jackson. With plenty of fire in the belly as illustrated by many of the tracks chalked up on Mama’s Back, it is often a full-blooded and gutsy affair. A confident record, and one that, despite serious setbacks on the road to seeking a lasting connection with the opposite sex, it knows what it desires. The song titles alone provide plenty of clues as to the Heartbreak Hotel here, but in reply, Mama’s Back is not a self-pitying cry, nor is it weak to the touch because it’s never unwitting to the experiences unfurling. In fact, it can be defiant, a record that’s not afraid to move on and seek fresh experiences as indicated by the Elvis inspired, and Eddie Bush penned, ‘Baby I Don’t Care’, to glimmer of hope via noirish edge generated by the instruments of ‘Your Mama’s Here’, before finding solace during a souped-up reading of Lance Roberts’ ‘I’m Gonna Have Myself A Ball’. The omission of four tracks from the original album release, does not diminish the overall quality and listening experience of Mama’s Back. By formatting the track list to vinyl, the ten songs scrutinised and selected for their inclusion, provides an even closer insight to the melancholy at the heart of this record. With experienced hands-on deck including Axel Praefcke (production) contributing ‘Knocked Out, No Love’, and additional drums/guitars, Mama’s Back was recorded at Lightning Recorders (Berlin) with rest of assembled cast of Carsten Harbeck (Bass), Ike Stoye (Guitar/Piano), Michael Kirscht (Lead Guitar), and Round Up Boys (Backing Vocals). Despite a successful working relationship, Mama’s Back is, and remains, Ruby Ann’s record because of the presence she exerts over this album by injecting its contents with a sincerity, and therefore giving the impression of these songs as entirely her own creations. Remarkable! And, even now, Mama’s Back still resonates with a fiery passion that renders it a thoroughly compelling listen and one that refuses to be ignored as it hollers, “Mama’s Back!”.

    Nathan Olsen-Haines (Rhythm Bomb Records)

  • Sale!

    Cherry Casino And The Gamblers - Lets Play Around (10``LP)

    Original price was: €20,00.Current price is: €9,90.

    Issued for the first time on vinyl is Berlin’s hot ticket for authentic rhythm and blues, Cherry Casino and the Gamblers’ Let’s Play Around. Reason to celebrate therefore, but also as a mark of respect for an album that, upon its initial release of CD only, shifted more units than a baker’s bag squeezed full of German strudels, that’s how much it was appreciated. Given that the album’s parent company, Rhythm Bomb Records (RBR) is marking its own anniversary of twenty years in business, and still going strong with a conveyor belt of new and established artists making records, owner and creator of RBR, Ralph Braband gave the greenlight for reissuing Cherry Casino and the Gamblers’ debut long player. With the track list scrutinised over and whittled down to a manageable number fitting for a vinyl release, the listener will experience a band in their infancy yet sounding like seasoned professionals. Such experience is down to the personnel involved, with each and every member of “the Gamblers” having lived and breathed rockin’ music from an early age, and frequenting numerous combos over the years. Comprising therefore of frontman himself, Cherry Casino (real name Axel Praefcke) on vocals and guitar, in addition to Ike Stoye (Saxophone), Michael “Humpty” Kirscht (Rhythm Guitar), Torsten Peukert (Drums), and “Lucky” Lehmann (Bass), Let’s Play Around was conceived in 2006. From raw and primitive beginnings in the form of ‘Huh Baby’ with its shuffling rhythm and ringing guitar striking a definite chord, to rather unique presentation of storytelling that is mighty fine ‘Did You Hear That Door Slam?’, before arriving at the heart-breaking realisation of an untenable relationship depicted during ‘You’re Too High For Me’, with conformation arriving in harmonious backing vocals reminiscent of The Jordanaires, for example, rounding off this track in style. From its prime position, Let’s Play Around reads like a menu consisting of all the ingredients when experiencing a rollercoaster ride of emotions that will be familiar to many, and one that even provides a moment of respite midway through with ‘A Bar Called Moe’s’. With all the heartache involved, the album, Let’s Play Around eventually finds consolation during its finale of first, Chuck Berry-esque intro and celebratory ‘Girl Next Door’, to the loose feel of rhythm and blues and Cherry Casino dominating upfront via the title track, before finally wiping the blues away with a lively, finger-snapping rhythm of ‘Rockin’ and Rollin’. A moment in history which, from its home of Lightning Recorders, now resurfaces in 2023 and is poised to relive the gamut of emotions expressed during its first wild and heady run of rhythm and blues, Let’s Play Around receives a deserved opportunity to do this all again, and also offers a chance for those new to the sounds and vision of Cherry Casino and the Gamblers to experience traditional rhythm and blues, and hear an album in all its natural glory. Bestowed the vinyl treatment, Let’s Play Around is a remarkable debut and one worth celebrating. Enjoy! Nathan Olsen-Haines (Rhythm Bomb Records)

  • Jack Rabbit Slim - Serpent Slide (10``LP)

    25,00

    The Kings Of Sleazeabilly are back with a new CD album and this 10″ limited vinyl pressing.

  • Various - Decapitate The Establishment – A Tribute to Screaming Lords Sutch (10``LP)

    22,00

    Limited edition!! A Tribute to Screaming Lords Sutch

  • Johnny Bach & The Moonshine Boozers - Bachin` Mad (10``LP)

    25,00

    The Long Awaited 2nd 10″ Vinyl.

    Bach Crazier & Wilder than ever with Darrel Higham Picking up a Storm

  • Boorer Boz - Back To Neo… (10``LP)

    20,00

    What we have here is an eight-track mini-album from Boz Boorer and it’s a belter. Boz really needs no introduction, but for the sake of the truly introverted, he is the guitarist from early 1980s’ rockabilly giants the Polecats. For the past thirty years Boz has been Morrissey’s right-and man and co-writer, whilst also running his own studio, periodically releasing solo albums as well as producing many other artists.

    The first track on the record is an inspired cover of the Elvis Hitler classic ‘Cool Daddy In A Cadillac’. The vocals on this track are handled in masterful fashion by head Space Waster Mick Lammond. The song is propelled along by the duelling guitars of Boz and James Walbourne of the Pretenders – it is a joy to behold.

    The next track is co-written by Boz. ‘The Last Man Left Alive’’, sees the pace slowed markedly on this rather melancholy track, that tells quite a lyrical story citing John Donne’s ‘no man is an island’ along the way – a sort of intellectubilly if you will. The story based on the Twilight Zone episode ‘Enough Time At Last’ tells the story of Henry Bemis, a bank teller and a very bookish man, who has to read at work because his wife at home won’t let him read. Henry goes to the bank vault on his lunch break and while there an H bomb goes off. Henry then emerges from the rubble whereupon he is on the cusp of suicide until he discovers the ruins of a public library replete with the complete works of Dickens and George Bernard Shaw. He is visibly cheered by having the time to read all the great works of literature. Having sorted all of the books into piles, he then drops his pebble lenses which fall to the floor and shatter – a ‘cruel irony’ indeed!

    ‘No, No, No,’ is cover of the classic by Jay Swan, but where it stands head and shoulders above other versions is in the double bass, played by Phil Polecat, that provides such a wonderful pulse to the track. The track was actually recorded a couple of years ago but had sat in the vaults until Boz, wisely, came to the conclusion that it was too good not to do anything with.

    The next track quickens the pace with a cracking version of ‘Pretty Baby’, a song recorded in 1958 on the Perspective label by the Vibes featuring Ronnie Franklin on vocals and also featuring David Gates who went on to have an enormous hit record in the 1970s with Bread and in particular with the song ‘Baby I’m A Want You’ With pumping piano, reverb-drenched vocals, and some tasty guitar solos, it sounds remarkably like the sadly departed Cavan Grogan.

    ‘Running From The Reaper’ begins like a Screamin’Lord Sutch number, but then reverts to a similar style to the ‘Last Man Left Alive’’ with a very rootsy feel to it. ‘Séance for Lux’ is part glam rock, part psychobilly it’s a cracker with the rhythm being pounded out on the floor tom and the multi-tracked vocal chorus – it is quite sublime.

    The lyricist on ‘Séance For Lux’, ‘The Last Man Left Alive’, ‘Running From The Reaper’ and ‘Take Me To Your Leader’ was an old mate of Boz, Anthony Brown, who used to be the singer in Sheffield indie band the Anklestar.

    ‘Take Me to Your Leader’ has a terrific groove to it and is another Boz original, once again with a psychobilly smell to it. The final track Waxahatchie Warrior has a real Ronnie Dawson feel about it; so, it comes as little surprise to hear from Boz that ‘it’s a tribute to Ronnie’ Waxahatchie being the place from where Ronnie came.

    This is a classy slab of varied rockabilly from a giant on the scene who shows absolutely no signs of slowing down and on evidence such as this, why on earth should he?

    ”Nick Kemp UK Rock & Roll Magazine”

  • Higham Darrel - Made In England (10``LP)

    27,50

    NYT MYÖS VINYYLINÄ. UPEA 10″ ALBUMI.

    Tiukka uutuus Darrelilta. 12 Rockers originally recorded by artist such as Cliff, Richard, Billy Fury, Marty Wilde and Tommy Steele.

  • Original Rockabilly 10``LP-0

    Evans Chris - Original Rockabilly (10``LP)

    17,00
  • RelaxTrio - Payback Time (10``LP)

    25,00

    Odotettu uusi albumi RelaxTriolta. Vuoden kovin kotimainen albumi!

  • Rhythmaires - Girl Trouble (10``LP)

    25,00
  • Shake Baby Shake-0

    Shakin Stevens And The Sunsets - Shake Baby Shake (10``LP)

    25,00
  • Riesco Marcel - Patiently 10″LP + CD (10``LP)

    27,00

    Loistava uutukainen. Yksi vuoden kovimmista alan levyistä.

    1-LP 10” vinyl with bonus CD (extra tracks), 10 tracks (LP), 14 tracks (CD), total playing time approx. 23 min. (LP), 33 min. (CD).

    The first 200 LPs include an autograph card signed by the artist!

    Bear Family Records® welcomes US rockabilly musician Marcel Riesco!
    Marcel’s voice is reminiscent of a young Roy Orbison, but has a distinct style of his own.
    In addition, he is considered a brilliant guitarist with a powerful rocking touch!
    His songs are exceptional, with wonderful melodies and sophisticated arrangements.
    10 songs on the vinyl LP; the CD and digital versions contain nine original songs plus five well-chosen cover versions.
    Like in a good David Lynch movie, Marcel crosses boundaries and pushes his music further to new horizons.
    ’Patiently’ was recorded at Jack Clement’s Cowboy Arms studio in Nashville, TN.
    Bear Family Records® is releasing these superb sounding recordings as an LP/CD combo and digitally worldwide on all relevant platforms!

    Marcel Riesco’s brandnew Bear Family album, ‘Patiently’, further proves the point: Marcel’s velvet vocals paired with grand studio production reminiscing to the big Nashville Sound is a winning combination! If we had to describe his music, it would be pure 1950s rock and roll with a touch of 1960s honky-tonk. And naturally, we cannot overlook the unmistakable Roy Orbison feel he carries out so well.
    Marcel’s voice is often compared to a young Roy Orbison, but he has his own style and that is very clear. He is also a mean guitar player and that further helps and solidifies his rockin’ style. His songs are unique, with delicious melodies and intricate arrangements. Marcel explains: “I learned how to sing with Roy Orbison songs. He has been my teacher, so naturally the influence is there. I don’t try though, it just comes out that way.” Incidentally, his role model is Roy Orbison …
    Like in a good David Lynch film, Marcel dares to break into the mere surface and digs deeper, exploring all possibilities and taking his music farther, to a special place. “I sing directly to whoever might be listening, and I think they can feel this,” Marcel explains. This makes his music magical and unique.

    Marcel’s new album, his first for Bear Family Records®, was recorded primarily at Jack Clement’s Cowboy Arms Studio in Nashville, TN. Clement was a producer at Sam Phillips’ Sun Studio, and the first record he worked on was Roy Orbison’s Rockhouse. “I decided to go to Jack Clement’s studio because I thought it was the only place where I could get the sound I wanted, played the way I wanted, and recorded the way I wanted. I didn’t want anything to go missing.”

    The CD and digital editions feature 9 originals songs and 5 covers. The 10” LP contains 10 tracks. “I always choose songs that are close to my heart. If it’s an original, I work on it for months even after it’s written, to make sure it lingers. As for the covers, I really have to feel the song. In other words, it has to touch me a certain way, and I have to make it my own before I give it a go. We have included an Orbison-penned title called ‘You’ve Got Love,’ which both Buddy Holly and Johnny Wilson covered. I think my version came out much more rockin’ though.”

    Marcel and the guys recorded 12 songs in 2 days. It was all played and sung live. We got some of Nashville’s top working musicians, who graciously rendered their service: Andy Gibson plays steel guitar, Dennis Crouch plays stand-up bass, Gabe Tonon plays guitar, Walter Hartman plays drums, Cody Campbell plays piano, Isabella Brown sings harmony and backing vocals.

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