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Absolutely Rockabilly Import

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2011 three CD collection. Rockabilly was one of the earliest styles of Rock 'n' Roll music to emerge during the 1950s. The term Rockabilly is a portmanteau of Rock and Hillbilly, the latter a reference to the Country music that contributed strongly to the style's development. Other important influences on Rockabilly include Western Swing, Blues music, Boogie Woogie, and Jump Blues. Although there are notable exceptions, its origins lie primarily in the American South. The influence and popularity of the style waned in the 1960s, but during the late 1970s and early 1980s, Rockabilly enjoyed a major revival of popularity that has endured to the present. Music Digital.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Hot Dog! That Made Him Mad (Wanda Jackson)
  2. Good Rockin' Tonight (Elvis Presley)
  3. Party Doll (Buddy Knox)
  4. Not Fade Away (Buddy Holly & The Crickets)
  5. Dance To The Bop (Gene Vincent & His Blue Caps)
  6. Tear It Up (Johnny Burnette)
  7. Susie Q (Dale Hawkins)
  8. You're My Baby (Roy Orbison)
  9. Blue Suede Shoes (Carl Perkins)
  10. Be - Bop A Lula (Gene Vincent)
  11. Ubangi Stomp (Warren Smith)
  12. Rock 'N' Roll Ruby (Warren Smith)
  13. Maybelline (Marty Robbins)
  14. Rock The Joint (Bill Haley)
  15. Rompin' & Stompin' (Curtis Gordon)
  16. Rockn' With My Baby (Malcolm Yelvington)
  17. Stratospher Boogie (Jimmy Bryant)
  18. When I Found You (Jerry Reed)
  19. Skinny Jim (Eddie Cochran)
  20. Hound Dog (Elvis Presley)

Disc: 2

  1. Pretend (Carl Mann)
  2. Red Hot (Bob Luman)
  3. Rock Around With Ollie Vee (Buddy Holly & The Crickets)
  4. Summertime Blues (Eddie Cochran)
  5. Sweet Love On My Mind (Johnny Burnette)
  6. Hurricane (Joe Maphis)
  7. Party (Wanda Jackson)
  8. She's My Witch (Kip Tyler)
  9. Rockin' Daddy (Eddie Bond)
  10. Boppin' High School Baby (Don Willis)
  11. Rock It (George Jones)
  12. Teenage Boogie (Webb Pierce)
  13. Sixteen Chicks (Joe Clay)
  14. My Pink Cadillac (Hal Willis)
  15. Wild Wild Women (Johnny Carroll)
  16. That Woman I Need (Johnny Horton)
  17. Mr Blues (Marvin Rainwater)
  18. Rock Billy Boogie (Johnny Burnette)
  19. Jungle Rock (Hank Mizell)
  20. Mystery Train (Elvis Presley)

Disc: 3

  1. Rockhouse (Roy Orbison)
  2. Blue Moon Of Kentucky (Elvis Presley)
  3. Oh Boy (Buddy Holly & The Crickets)
  4. Butterfly (Charlie Gracie)
  5. Race With The Devil (Gene Vincent)
  6. Sittin' In the Balcony (Eddie Cochran)
  7. Hula Love (Buddy Knox)
  8. I Walk The Line (Johnny Cash)
  9. Boppin' The Blues (Carl Perkins)
  10. Can't Hardly Stand It (Charlie Feathers)
  11. Go Boy, Go (Carl Smith)
  12. Wanderin' Eyes (Charlie Gracie)
  13. Rock - A - Billy (Guy Mitchell)
  14. Rip It Up (Elvis Presley)
  15. We Wanna Boogie (Sonny Burgess)
  16. Rock With Me Baby (Billy Lee Riley)
  17. Rocket 88 (Bill Haley)
  18. Peggy Sue (Buddy Holly & The Crickets)
  19. Lotta Lovin (Gene Vincent & His Blue Caps)
  20. Lawdy Miss Clawdy (Elvis Presley)


Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 5, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 3
  • Format: Import
  • Label: 101 DISTRIBUTION
  • ASIN: B00518MVMQ
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #313,372 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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A few months ago, I was watching a re-run of "A History of Violence" and got turned on to Paul Burch as played on the radio of some heartless killers in the beginning of the movie. After picking up several of Burch's discs, I decided to explore the "roots" of rockabilly. Since then, I have bought serveral of these collections, most of which include three discs and about sixty songs. Of course, there are many "overlapping" tracks from collection-to-collection. so be careful about buying the same songs again-and-again. Of the ones I have chosen, this one is the best for sound quality (some other sets are rather bad) and hits more of the "high points" and "hits" instead of delving into the "rarities." Usually, rarities are "rare" for a reason. Again, this is, in my experience, the best of these collections. Oh, and if you haven't tried him, Paul Burch is great for a modern take on rockabilly. Enjoy--
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