"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 whi said he gave up the rockin' and became a preacher and…"
" 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…"
"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…"
For fans of rock'n'roll from the 1970s & '80s (proto punk, pub rock, glam, power pop, new wave, Killed by Death-era punk rock, hardcore, swamp rock, psychobilly, the '80s garage/surf revival, paisley underground, shoegazer, etc.).
"Actually, there is no footage of that one, but you can see some other rockers. the band's name is Bop Kings and there are quite a few tunes up on youtube. hope you enjoy it. we head out for a tour in 2 weeks, if you live in colorado or texas.…"
I've played in a Rockabilly band since 1996, called The Bop Kings. I also play Punk, Ska and Irish Jigs. I'm pretty political, but I won't go into it here. I also teach Writing at a community college.
Favorite Music/Influences (list some bands, musicians, genres, etc.):
Fuzz, Rockabilly, Garage, Punk, Jamaican and English Ska, Reggae -The Benders, Gonn, Elvis, NY Dolls, MC5, Gene Maltais, Joe Clay, Bad Brains, The Pogues, The Dubliners, Laurel Aiken, Mr. Symarip, Madness, Jerry "The Phantom" Lott, Cramps, Stooges, Barrington Levy, etc.
Horror and Comedy
BBQing, Tubing, Camping, Drinking w/ friends...
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"Jymn , There may be an element of truth to that , in that , yes , the other two were availabe in America , but , only as imports , of course. It does'nt make sense to say "Future" is available everywhere but North America…"
"I've read a few comments on the infamous Steve Hoffman forum, talking more about the music than the quality of the release. One review was from someone who bought it in LA. So it seems that it is released. What confuses me John, is that the Ace…"
"Jymn , I'm pretty much certain it has'nt come out , yet. The first two were'nt released simultaneously , and they're probably giving the public some time , first , to get caught up with them. Of the total of TWO stores in Chicago…"
"Sorry , that last paragraph , I was talking about another album , entirely , "Juke Box Music" ,which came out , I think , in 1989."Money Over Love" , I first heard The Sir Douglas Quintet play it live in the Summer of…"
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