Here's a favourite of mine:
Ronnie Hawkins - Who Do You Love? (yeah, it's a Bo Diddley cover, but the screaming and the nasty-ass guitar are out of this world. It definitely splits the difference between garage and rockabilly)
I'm not sure if Ronnie has much fame in the states, but he's pretty famous in Canada. He was from the US (Tennesee, I think) but was one of the first rock and rollers to tour Canada. He thought it was nice up here so he stayed and pretty much introduced Rock and roll to Canada. He got pretty shitty in the 70s by adopting a real Nashville country sound and doing weak ballads. His backing band "the Hawks" later became The Band (yeah, Levon Helm, Robbie Robertson "Last Waltz" and all that horseshit). I think he's still alive. A couple years ago I saw him on TV telling stories about smoking dope with John Lennon, Yoko Ono and Pierre Trudeau (our hippie Prime Minister of the 70s).
But I digress. Most of his early albums are pretty solid rock'n'roll/rockabilly but DEFINITELY listen to "Who Do You Love?" The B-side of that single "Bo Diddley" (yeah, another cover, but one from THE BEST) is really stellar too.
BUT , WAY THE HELL UP THERE ON THE LIST IS
HERBIE DUNCAN - "HOT LIPS BABY " B/W "LITTLE ANGEL". Some of the wildest Rockabilly , ever. His later tracks vary , and are nearly impossible to find , even on reissues. I only ever heard them because his Daughter had them posted on her My Space.
Glen Goza - Goshamotty Whattabotty
Anything by Charlie Feathers , because if it is'nt wild Rockabilly , it's hard Honkytonk.
Harmonica Frank Floyd - Rockin' Chair Daddy. SUN , 1951 !
Jaybee Wasden - Elvis in The Army b/w De Castro.
Jett Powers (P.J. Proby) Go , Girl , Go.
George Jones - Rock it (Raw as fuck !) .
Sparkle Moore - Skull and Crossbones , Killer , Tiger (Lesser known, for no damned good reason , She - Billy.)
Tony Casanova - Yeah ! Yeah ! Come Another Day. (Maximum Mexibilly.)
Nat Couty - Woodpecker Rock , Magic Sam - 21 Days in Jail (Badass Blackabilly.)
....What wild songs list would be complete without "Paralyzed" by The Legendary Stardust Cowboy , "The Crusher" by The Novas , of course , "Surfin' Bird" by The Trashmen , "Demolicion" by Los Saicos , "Monstruo" (The Crusher meets Out of Limits with Spanish lyrics sung by a gravel - eatin' Daddy.) by Los Shains ,"Burn , Baby Burn" by Stud Cole , "New Dance in France" by Bobby Lee Trammel , "She's a Goin' Jessie" by Andy Starr , "Rebel Woman" by Dean Carter , "It's a Nice World To Visit(But Not To Live In) " by Ann- Margret , "You Better Believe It''/"C'mon Everybody" by Donny B. Waugh , "Declaration of Independence '65" / "Voo - Doo", "Little Demon", ''Frenzy" , ''Stone Crazy ' , etc. by Screamin' Jay Hawkins and , yep , "Voyage Au Pays Des Vivants" by Johnny Hallyday.
Eddy Seacrest & the Rolling Rockets - http://youtu.be/yJZmkdxM0Hg (wish I could find this local WV rocker) confusion on this guy places spelt Seacrist, I met his Grandaughter who said he gave up the rockin' and became a preacher and his family are well slightly ashamed of his wild days - They had a Charleston WV. based show called Pieces of Eight on the local T.V. channel. - http://www.bemorehealthy.com/BroadcastHistoryWVPage/Seacrist/Seacri...
Also a recent buy for me - danny zella and the zell rocks - wicked ruby http://youtu.be/DVwCv0GVZHI
Billy Miranda - run rose little richards cousin!!
Hi mate you could also take a listen of "Esquerita : Rock'n'roll is here to stay"...this man deserved more popularity. Best Regard