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  • Various - Rocka Rolla (Keb Darge’s Supreme) LP + CD (LP)

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    The recent ‘Rocka Rolla’ series was masterfully launched by the boss himself. But for this second volume, El Vidocq steps aside for his English pal Keb Darge – who earlier so brilliantly contributed to the Jukebox Music Factory catalogue with his explosive selection ‘The Rockabilly Crown Jewels’.

    Once again, our ever-enthusiastic limey swaggers and sparkles. His newest excellent assortment explores the garage rock and surf songs of his beloved ‘60s. Less sombre than the first, this second volume includes seminal punk rock tunes (She Lied by The Rockin’ Ramrods, Thunder Reef by The Shindings), but also a few veritable titty shakers (Les De Merle and his Bulldozer, or El Scorpion by The Sherwoods). Add a touch of surf (The Road Runners’ Quasimoto and Neb’s Tune by Ahab and The Wailers) and bingo baby! You’ve got ‘Keb Darge’s Supreme’. Lots of love, zero poor taste.

    Play it loud, friends!

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  • Various - Shake-O-Rama Vol.4 LP+CD (LP)

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    Fortunately, the recent lockdowns have failed to dampen the enthusiasm of our favorite Gascon selector El Vidocq. Quite the contrary! These past few months have allowed him to unearth a load of new nuggets and finally refire his engines with this Shake-O-Rama número quatro!

    The new series’ design has been entrusted to the German jack-of-all-trades Marcel Bontempi, as talented musically (his group is cracking) as he is graphically (a fantastic illustrator). He’s duly imagined a fun, flamboyant and eminently fifties atmosphere to accompany these rediscovered tunes.

    Free of any lulls or repetitions, this latest compilation is to be savored, with the mixed musical styles forming a seamless, irresistible stream.
    Dance rhythm ‘n’ blues with Don Julian, Young Jessie and Oscar Boyd, soul with Erma Franklin (Aretha’s sister), rock ‘n’ roll with Chris Kevin, doo wop with The Nuggets, rockabilly with Roddy Jackson, surf with The Fugitives… and even yé-yé latino with Miguel Cordoba!! An exciting, thrilling, goose-bumping cascade, a veritable Colorado River of rapid melodies to relish again and again!

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  • Various - Rocka Rolla (El Vidocq’s Supreme) LP + CD (LP)

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    Never before has El Vidocq so devilishly delved into the musical world of 1950s’ bad boys. Rocka Rolla!!! A combative compilation of taboos and transgressions, evoking sex and violence, drugs and alcohol, all fueling a fiery thirst for rebellion. Frightened by The Wild One, music industry squares tried to hit back with reassuring melodies like ‘I’m Not A Juvenile Delinquent’ (Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers) – but all too little, too late, for the rock ‘n’ roll rot had set in and society would never again be the same. Rocka Rolla!!!
    From King Coleman’s barking ‘Bulldog’ to The Crew’s explosive ‘Hot Wire’, this selection snakes amongst tormented souls (Gene Summer’s ‘Nervous’), frayed nerves (‘The Freeze’ by Fenton and the Castle Rockers) and utter despair (Cecil Mc Cullough’s ‘Nothing Else To Loose’). Finally, the crepuscular ‘Rollin and Tumblin’ by Elmore James announces the night, but dancing not’s dead, as evidenced by Warner Mac’s mad ‘Roc-a-Chicka’. Rocka Rolla!!! Undoubtedly the darkest Jukebox Music Factory to date, this chutzpadik anthology is nevertheless full of fight. Rocka Rolla!!!

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  • Various - That’ll Flat Git It Vol.38 – Rockabilly & Rock ’n’ Roll From The Vaults Of Liberty and Freedom Records (CD)

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    ILMESTYY LOKAKUUN 08.

    Bear Family Records® provides with the 38th volume in the successful CD series ’That’ll Flat Git It!’ the
    first comprehensive and carefully conceived showcase of the rockabilly and R&R recordings on
    Liberty Records and its sub-label Freedom.
    • Among the best-known Liberty and Freedom rockers were Eddie Cochran, Bobby Vee, Johnny
    Burnette and Johnny Olenn.
    • Our compilation also presents fellow artists like Al Casey, Bobby Lonero, Jackie Dee (who should be
    more familiar to music lovers as Jackie DeShannon), or Lee Ross and Wally Lewis – lesser known, but
    by no means musically any weaker!
    • Carefully restored and remastered recordings.
    • DeLuxe packaging with extensive liner notes by Bill Dahl and in-detail discographical information.

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  • Various - Ten Commandments Of Rock ‘N’ Roll Ten – Shun Immoral Behaviour – We’ll Raise a Ruckus Tonight (CD)

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    During the Ten Commandments Of Rock ’N’ Roll Commandment Ten – Shun Immoral Behaviour – We’ll Raise a Ruckus Tonight Atomicat (ACCD059) the party begins and you start to enjoy being single. “For many, you are back to the beginning only wealthier, wiser, crazier, and party even harder.” Commandment Ten, states Shun Immoral Behaviour We’ll Raise a Ruckus Tonight Atomicat (ACCD059), and all you want to do is party with the Dial Tones and, Rock All Night or meet up with Tuff Green and, Go To The Liquor Store and some want the same thing as The Treniers, Poon-Tang! You naughty boys and girls drinking, fornicating and doing deals with Baron Lee the Reefer Man, oh who cares and you follow the direction of The Ravens and Jimmy Ricks and shout, “We’ll Raise a Ruckus Tonight.”

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  • Various - Ten Commandments Of Rock ‘N’ Roll Nine – Fend Off Impassiveness – Lonesome For A Letter (CD)

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    During the Ten Commandments Of Rock ’N’ Roll Commandment Nine – Fend Off Impassiveness – Lonesome For A Letter Atomicat (ACCD058) life goes in two directions “You get over being single while others have an eternal hope of rekindling the lost love.” Commandment Nine – Fend Off Impassiveness – Lonesome For A Letter Atomicat (ACCD058) is the time to rebegin your love life and acknowledge the inner responses of acceptance: which Elvis Presley makes clear during, Put The Blame On Me, the optimist Thurston Harris hopes, You’re Gonna’ Need Me, and “Deacon” & The Rock ’n’ Rollers are brooding, I Don’t Wanna Leave, and the hopeful are still crying and waiting while Sanford Clark is, Lonesome For A Letter. Life moves on but the devil or angel shoulder situation continues, Darling Come Back (Pat Cordell and The Crescents) conflicts with the reality, Baby I Don’t Care (Eddie Bush).

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  • Various - Atomicat Hootenanny (CD)

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    Atomicat Hootenanny (Atomicat ACCD099) is compiled for high octane album, and the thirty “get up and move” titles encompasses: up-tempo white rock ‘n’ roll, shuffle feet rockabilly movers, rockin’ blues with a stomping beat, rhythmic strollers to please the ladies, two hard-hitting instrumental rockers, and titles about alcohol! The Hootenanny is aimed at New Year’s Eve parties, nevertheless, the not over-played and over-reissued titles have all year around playability, and the bop until you drop titles are compelling to hear.

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  • Various - Let´s Have A Funny Little Christmas (CD)

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    Tired of hearing the ”same old” boring Christmas songs? We have all been there. The good doctor, DJ ”Mojo” Man found a cure for this: 28 boss novelty Christmas songs that will make you spill your eggnog over the Christmas tree and guaranteed to instantly make you feel better during the Holiday season. This collection contains a cascade of novelty Holiday songs from Malcolm Dodds (Ich Bin Very Happy); The Marquees (Christmas In the Congo); The Holly Twins with Eddie Cochran (I Want Elvis For Christmas); Buchanan & Goodman (Santa & the Satellite); Augie Rios (Donde Esta Santa Claus?); Lord Beginner (Christmas Morning The Rum Had Me Yawning); Brenda Lee (I’m Gonna Lasso Santa Claus); Mad Milo (Elvis For Xmas); Ray Stevens (Santa Claus Is Watching You) and many more. Some are really funny and some are just hilarious. Dig that jive and Merry Christmas!

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  • Various - Meet Mrs. Santa Claus (CD)

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    The compiler of this collection, the ”Mojo” Man (a.k.a. Little Victor Mac) at Koko-Mojo Records is giving a piece of very good advice: add a feminine touch to your holidays this year. This time around Victor has handpicked 28 fabulous Christmas tunes by some real gone lady singers. It’s always all about Mr. Santa Claus here and Mr. Santa Claus there. It doesn’t have to be that way. Move over old man ’cause Mrs. Santa is coming to town. Many great tracks are featured from Mabel Scott (Boogie Woogie Santa Claus), Alma Cogan (Mrs. Santa Claus), Pearl Bailey (Jingle Bells Cha-Cha-Cha), Mahalia Jackson (Go tell It On The Mountain), The Platters with their female vocalist Zola Taylor singing lead (All I Want For Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth), Eartha Kitt with a gritty and rarely heard live version of a song ( Santa Baby) recorded in 1962. More little known gems come from Ozie Ware (Santa Claus Bring My Man Back), Jan Bradley (Christmas Time), Ruby Wright (Santa’s Little Sleigh Bells), Marlene Paula (I Want To Spend Christmas With Elvis), Dinah Washington (Ole Santa), Lillian Briggs (Rock ‘N’ Roll-y Poly Santa Claus), Bertha “Chippie” Hill (Christmas Man Blues) and other dangerous ladies behind a microphone. It’s hard to find a bad track here. This could easily become a series for the next holiday seasons.

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  • Various - Bronze Christmas (CD)

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    Another fantastic Christmas delight from Koko-Mojo Records (and the first one on their ”Black History” Series). Back in the day the term ”bronze” was used in the USA to describe African Americans. In other words, it was a synonym of negro, black, sepia, coloured etcetera. After trying all these names, the compiler of this anthology (the mighty ”Mojo” Man) decided to call it “Bronze Christmas” because ”Black Christmas” was too obvious and has been largely used for many similar projects. Nevertheless, this compilation is all about ”Black Christmas” and black folks singing about Christmas, New Year’s Eve etcetera. The ”Mojo” Man (a.k.a. Little Victor Mac) selected some of his favourite tunes by ”bronze” artists guaranteed to make your Christmas maybe a little less white but merrier and with a whole lot of extra soul. This collection features 28 songs from the likes of the Mills Brothers (their version of ”Here Comes Santa Claus” included here inspired Elvis Presley who used their arrangements on his 1957 Christmas album), Louis Armstrong, Harry Crafton, Chuck Berry, Larry Darnell, Hank Ballard, Big Bud, Little Willie Littlefield, The Pilgrim Travellers (their version ”I’ll Be Home For Christmas” was also popularized by Elvis), Huey Piano Smith, Ella Fitzgerald and a lot more.

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  • Berry Chuck - Bio / Chuck Berry ’75 (CD)

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    The late, great Chuck Berry’s last two albums for Chess Records, dating from 1973 and 1975. ‘Bio’ has Elephant’s Memory providing backing on most tracks, who had come to fame by backing John Lennon
    ‘Chuck Berry ’75’ is a mixture of Berry originals and covers, and brought down the curtain on his 21 year association as a Chess recording artist.

    Digitally remastered and slipcased With extensive new notes

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  • Various - Meet Me At The Hop – 33 Cruisin’ Dreams (CD)

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    1-CD with 16-page booklet, 33 tracks. Total playing time c. 79 min.

    This lovely compilation on Bear Family could well be the alternative soundtrack to cult movies like ’American Graffiti’, ’American Diner’, or ’Lemon Popsicle’!
    ’Cruising’ is as much a part of America’s history as Kennedy, Marilyn, Coke, and the hula-hoop.
    On 33 tracks from 1954-1964, the heyday of rock ’n’ roll, a culturally extremely vibrant decade is rediscovered, whether as a ’soundtrack’ in your car or as a musical enhancement to the next party!
    There are plenty of titles that were often heard on the (car) radio at the time and invite you to cruise in a stylish vintage automobile.
    Doo-Wop is strongly represented, including really rare recordings, especially Ding Dong by a certain Tony Orlando, played extremely fast for Doo-Wop!
    There’s plenty of teen rock with Ricky Nelson, Fabian, Troy Shondell and Darrell McCall, plus a terrific instrumental by the Viscounts.
    Ed Townsend, Ronnie Love and Larry Tamblyn are all part of the so-called popcorn sound, and there’s even an early blues/rock trailblazer from Hank Ballard!
    The 16-page color booklet includes producer Marc Mittelacher’s remarks on each song and many photos and illustrations, some of them rare.

    Cruisin’
    Imagine it’s summer, with the sun up in the blue sky, cruisin’ in a fancy ’50s automobile with this compilation playing on the car stereo! Cruising is still prevalent in the USA today. If there wasn’t a dance going on in high school, you didn’t know where else to go. So you took your dad’s car and shuttled between the milk bar, the local diner and the drive-in movie theater. You met in streets for wild car parties, participated in illegal races, or broke into the bathhouse at night, not just to swim! If you already had your sweetheart/lover by the hand, you usually went to ’Lover’s Lane’ to … Or to a romantic lake outside the city. Whatever was done, it was never boring, and the car and rock ’n’ roll were always there!

    At The Hop
    The very first song, At The Hop, here in its rare Barry Frank version, is a real get-down dance number, followed by Bumble Bee, LaVern Baker’s most beautiful rendition ever. Vocal groups are as much a part of cruising as the salt in the soup, and so there are quite a few doo-wop sounds in this compilation, including some hits as well as extremely rare ones. A highlight is One Bad Stud by the Honey Bears, which was covered by the Blasters in the movie ’Streets on Fire’. Hank Ballard gives us flawless early blues/rock with Look At Little Sister, later covered by Stevie Ray Vaughan.

    In between, again and again, the beautiful polyphonic sound of the vocal groups. The idea for this very personal compilation came via the feeling that keeps the time of the 1950s and early 60s alive and that is transported in cult movies like ’American Graffiti’. Thus, this compilation could also be an alternative soundtrack to that movie. The CD includes a 16-page booklet in color with notes on each song, compiled and written by Marc Mittelacher, as well as many photos and illustrations, some of them rare!

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  • Sisco Bobby & Gene - Go, Go, Go! (CD)

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    Bobby and Gene Sisco, who are not related to each other, had a similar musical
    career. They began recording rockabilly songs in the mid -1950s for smaller labels,
    which sold only to a limited extent at the time, but today fetch top prices among
    collectors o f this music. Further recordings tended more in the direction of country,
    but without completely abandoning their rockabilly roots. Here, for the first time, are
    the best recordings of the two re -released. Original downhome Rockabilly and
    Country of the 1950s and 1960s.

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  • Williams Tex - Let´s Go Rockabilly (CD)

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    Tex William was bassist and singer in the band of Western Swing legend Spade
    Cooley, with whom he had his first hit parade successes and appeared in films.
    Since Cooley, although brilliant as a singer, did not give him equal prominence on
    records and posters, he and most of Cooley’s band split up to continue as Tex
    William and Western Caravan. More hits followed for Capitol Records including the
    mega hit ”Smoke Smoke Smoke.”

    In the early 1950s he moved to Decca Records where he musically switched
    between Western Swing and Rockabilly. Especially his casually performed ”Let’s Go
    Rockabilly” was played with pleasure in the European rockabilly clubs of the 1980s
    and 90s. After 1958, he recorded for other labels and also managed to land more hits
    before he passed away in 1985.

    Here for the first time the best of his Rockabilly and Western Swing recordings made
    for Decca are united on one CD.

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  • Dale Jim - Be My Girl, The Rockin’ Years (CD)

    Long before he became a Carry On regular, or even (in the U.S.) the narrator of Harry Potter audio books, the hugely versatile JIM DALE was, briefly, an unlikely (not to mention unwilling – he’d wanted to become a comedian!) Rock & Roll star.

    A regular on TV shows like 6-5 Special, which he ended up co-presenting, Jim actually had rather more UK hits than people generally remember.

    His biggest record, ’Be My Girl’, reached No.2, while ’Just Born (To Be Your Baby)’, ’Crazy Dream’, ’Sugartime’ and ’Don’t Let Go’ also made the UK charts.

    All are included on this set, which also features collectables like his debut 45, ’Piccadilly Line’, ’The Train Kept A-Rollin” from the movie version of 6-5 Special and his 10’ LP, ’Jim’.

    This compilation collates all his recordings between 1957-62, for Parlophone, ACM Academy and Piccadilly, including a rarity, ’I Didn’t Mean It’, which has never previously appeared on CD.

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  • Various - Gene Vincent Connection (CD)

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    • To mark the 50th anniversary of Gene Vincent’s death, this unique compilation of originals and rare
    cover versions of classic Gene Vincent tracks will be released!
    • This edition in Bear Family Records®’ ’Connections’ series presents the songs in chronological order –
    and as Gene Vincent recorded them.
    • With 36 interpretations from 1952-1966, we show the influence of ’Mr. Be-Bop-A-Lula’ on the
    international music scene as well as artists who gave Gene Vincent their masterpieces!
    • Among them we count a whole series of famous peers such as Bobby Darin, Kay Starr or Jerry Vale.
    • The British in particular celebrated Gene Vincent; accordingly, many British recordings are included by
    Marty Wilde, Terry Dene and Vince Taylor, a.o.!
    • France (Les Chats Sauvages with Dick Rivers, Les Chaussettes Noires) is represented as well as
    Scandinavia (Rock-Ragge, Spotnicks) and Australia (Johnny Rebb, Terry Dean).
    • Many rarities are among them like an extremely rare live recording of British artist, Wee Willie Harris,
    and The Voices, an almost unknown group.
    • The 36-page color booklet contains the story on the subject, written by well-known music journalist Bill
    Dahl, with many often rare photos and memorabilia!

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  • Richard Cliff - Live On Air 1966-1970 (2CD) (CD)

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    This Cliff Release Comes From Cyprus And Covers Some Live Tracks And Interviews From 19966 – 1970. A Couple Of Soundbites Have Been Created To Do Have A Listen.
    This Nice Compilation Follows Sir Cliff’s Illustrious Career From 1966-1970 And Is A Digipak With 2 CDs And An 8 Page Booklet. The Quality Is Really Nice And The Tracks Have Been Digitally Remastered.
    The Interviews Are A Nice Addition And It Is Always Good To Hear Cliff Chit Chatting.

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  • Various - Buffalo Bop - Rockabilly Affair (CD)

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    26 tracks – 12 pages booklet

    A thematic compilation CD album with very rare Rockabilly and Rock and Roll titles from the 50s to the early 60s.

    The Buffalo Bop CD album series from Dee Jay Records is an excellent addition to the Bear Family Records Rockabilly and Rock and Roll album series That’ll Flat Git It. Each of these Buffalo Bop CDs includes a 12-20 page booklet with rare label photos and artist photos. All recordings have been painstakingly overdubbed from the original Rockabilly and Rock and Roll singles in the company’s own Dee Jay Records Studio in Hamburg, Germany, and re-recorded without any loss of sound.

    On the Buffalo Bop CDs you will find very rare hits that cost a fortune on the original vinyl records. The CD album series is a logical continuation of the Bison Bop vinyl LP series. The name Bison Bop was no longer allowed to be used and was changed to Buffalo Bop. The Buffalo Bop CD series was launched in 1993 by Dee Jay Records.

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  • Various - Buffalo Bop - G.I. Rock (CD)

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    26 tracks – 12 pages booklet

    A thematic compilation CD album with very rare Rockabilly and Rock and Roll titles from the 50s to the early 60s.

    The Buffalo Bop CD album series from Dee Jay Records is an excellent addition to the Bear Family Records Rockabilly and Rock and Roll album series That’ll Flat Git It. Each of these Buffalo Bop CDs includes a 12-20 page booklet with rare label photos and artist photos. All recordings have been painstakingly overdubbed from the original Rockabilly and Rock and Roll singles in the company’s own Dee Jay Records Studio in Hamburg, Germany, and re-recorded without any loss of sound.

    On the Buffalo Bop CDs you will find very rare hits that cost a fortune on the original vinyl records. The CD album series is a logical continuation of the Bison Bop vinyl LP series. The name Bison Bop was no longer allowed to be used and was changed to Buffalo Bop. The Buffalo Bop CD series was launched in 1993 by Dee Jay Records.

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  • Various - Buffalo Bop - Shaky Doll (CD)

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    26 tracks – 12 pages booklet

    A thematic compilation CD album with very rare Rockabilly and Rock and Roll titles from the 50s to the early 60s.

    The Buffalo Bop CD album series from Dee Jay Records is an excellent addition to the Bear Family Records Rockabilly and Rock and Roll album series That’ll Flat Git It. Each of these Buffalo Bop CDs includes a 12-20 page booklet with rare label photos and artist photos. All recordings have been painstakingly overdubbed from the original Rockabilly and Rock and Roll singles in the company’s own Dee Jay Records Studio in Hamburg, Germany, and re-recorded without any loss of sound.

    On the Buffalo Bop CDs you will find very rare hits that cost a fortune on the original vinyl records. The CD album series is a logical continuation of the Bison Bop vinyl LP series. The name Bison Bop was no longer allowed to be used and was changed to Buffalo Bop. The Buffalo Bop CD series was launched in 1993 by Dee Jay Records.

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  • Bop-A-Rama Vol. 2

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    On the thirty-song Bop-a-Rama Volume Two, there is a mixture of several bop beat styles, hot boppin’ Rockabilly, bop Blues, and a sprinkling of Cajun and Hillbilly. Featured artists include Rockabillies and Rock ‘n’ Rollers; Dale Hawkins, Lucky Plank, Jeff Stone, Cleve Warnock, Sleepy LaBeef, and several others. The roots music emanates from Bluegrass artists Flatt and Scruggs, there is a Cajun vocal rocker by Burnell Martin and Hillbilly tempos from the tonsils of, Ben Hall and Wiley and Jessie Barkdull. The rockin’ Blues music is heard from a trio of Negro stars and one Caucasian; Chuck Berry, Billy Bland, Arthur ”Big Boy” Crudup, and Ronnie Hawkins. To end the album Rhythm Bomb Records, provide two recordings from their roster, German group Carolina and Her Rhythm Rockets and a wild American outfit the Frantic Rockers bring the action to a thunderous ending! Atomicat endeavors to use some lesser-known and for some, perhaps more obscure titles and add something unexpected to every album. Most certainly one person’s bop can be another’s jive, and different clubs and countries do not dance at the same tempo, and we do not aim to preach only to give you danceable music. This album is compiled by well-known Dee Jay and face on the music scene Mark Armstrong, who has been Dee Jaying since his early teen years. Our albums have; stunning design, sleeve notes, songs, mastered for the best possible sound available. The disc is housed in an attractively designed cardboard sleeve, specially constructed to avoid the use of plastic and be environmentally friendly.

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  • Rockin’ Rollin’ Covers Vol. 2

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    Rockin’ cover- songs edition two is crafted without European fillers and uses enticing American and Australian re-workings of songs. The assortment of high-octane Rhythm & Blues, and White Rock ’N’ Roll is sourced from 1952 through to 1963 and compiled for dancing and home entertainment! Atomicat endeavours to use some lesser-known and for some people, perhaps more obscure titles, and our philosophy is to compile songs of quality, with every album, its ”killer and no filler” ideology with a loud and clear sound! You are listening to music from the past with a remastered sound that will shake the speakers

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