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Rockabilly Rarities, Vol. 1 plucks a big pile of rockabilly from scarce 45s that populated small-time record shops throughout the . during the '50s and '60s. While this is a lovingly put-together compilation of rockabilly recorded during the style's peak, it's definitely something for longtime devotees and not newcomers.
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The album was recorded at various locations including, Blackbird Studios, Nashville TN, The Cave Australia, Sydney OZ, Studio At The Palms, Las Vegas NV, Criteria Hit Factory, Miami FL and Addiction Sound Studios, Nashville TN. It was once again recorded with a remarkable collection of musicians including; drummer Anton Fig (David Letterman Band), bassist Michael Rhodes, keyboardist Reese Wynans, horn players Lee Thornburg and Paulie Cerra, harmony vocalist Gary Pinto, background singers Mahalia Barnes, Jade McRae, Juanita Tippins and Kevin Shirley introduced two additional guitar players, Ke. .The album opens with a tip of the hat to Led Zeppelin on Evil Mama that burrows into a deep groove before ripping into the rockabilly-tinged boogie blues of King Bee Shakedown.
The best rockabilly bands perform a specific style of rock and roll that first became popular in the . Rockabilly artists are known for their greaser fashion style and vocal twangs. Emerging in the South, some of the best rockabilly bands emerged during the initial period. Rockabilly's popularity was a culmination in the intertwining of country music, swing and blues music. When you put these distinctive genres in a beaker, the result is the explosive genre of rockabilly. Without rockabilly, many of the biggest names in rock music may not have formed bands.
Meanwhile, historians and critics are still squabbling over what, exactly, rockabilly signifies in the larger socio-political context of the 1950s, and to what extent its players were just snatching and re-appropriating black performance styles, or, maybe, recreating what they saw in Pentecostal church pews
10 killer vintage rockabilly songs that every rock fan-let alone every guitarist-should know and/or learn how to play. These are the songs modern players like Darrel Higham, TK Smith, Paul Pigat, Jim Heath (Reverend Horton Heat), JD McPherson, Buzz Campbell, Brian Setzer and Australia's Firebird Trio listened to back in the day-as did Jimmy Page, George Harrison, Dave Edmunds and Jeff Beck. Nothing has changed; listening to these songs now-and learning the solos note for note-is just as helpful as it was back when Setzer's pompadour was a foot tall. Rockabilly is a form of rock that dates to the mid-Fifties.
Rockabilly and Rock n Roll evolved side by side during the late 40's and early 50's, but it was rock n Roll that would become the commercial success of the day, resulting in Rockabilly becoming a cult fashion. Rockabilly has never gone away, it has always had a cult following enabling it to survive the 60 years it has, with periods of commercial success.
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