Well, looks like our first Newsletter was a success so we thought we’d go mad and do another one!
Here’s a further delve into some more shop fave raves and best sellers for your aural pleasure. All six are bonafide two-siders so you get more bang for your buck (or quid).
This is just a teeny weeny selection of what we have in stock so take a look round the site and remember, if you buy five or more items and you live in the UK you’ll get free first class post too.
The Four Tielman Brothers – Record Hop
Two fantastic rockers from this Dutch Indonesian band. Most people first heard the top side “Record Hop” on Desperate Rock n Roll volume 4. On this fine 45 you get the equally wild Swing It Up. Check ‘em out on you tube for some crazy live versions from this band.
Larry O’Keefe – Rolling Stone
Killer Texas Rockabilly Rocker. The Flip is an unissued fantastic snarlin’ Acetate Rocker
Floyd Dakil Combo – Dance Franny Dance
Brilliant driving Texas Rock n Roll that just happens to be recorded in 1964. The record was made as a prize for winning a battle of the bands contest.
The Gentry Brothers – Swanky
It is tough to keep instrumentals to rockabilly but both sides of this 45 manage it. Yep no slipping into Rock n Roll or blues riff here, straight Rockabilly on the fabulous Dixie label.
Danny Diamond – Rhythm In My Bones
Super obscure and super super. This is what rockabilly is all about. Sometimes there is just nothing that can be added but listen, marvel and buy.
Roy James – Rock & Roll Mama
Fantastic 1957 Rockabilly double whammy from Washington D.C.