Rockabilly wildman Ray Campi recorded many classic singles through the music’s prime era, and afterwards staged a comeback that earned him a considerable cult audience on the ’70s and ’80s. Campi was created in NY in 1934 and shifted with his family members to Austin, TX, at age group ten. He began listening to nation music, learned your guitar, and shaped his first music group in senior high school, which performed on local r / c. Campi produced his initial recordings in 1951, nonetheless it wasn’t until 1956, when he slice the solitary “Caterpillar” b/w “Play It Great” for the tiny TNT label, that some of them had been released. He continued to record for Domino (“Screamin’ Mimi”) and Dot (“The Ballad of Donna & Peggy Sue”), and relocated to LA in 1959, where he authorized with Colpix and documented “Listen to What I Wanna Listen to.” Through the early ’60s, Campi resided in NY and spent two . 5 years as an employee article writer at Aaron Schroeder’s posting company, but was by no means permitted to record the tunes he’d created. He came back to Austin in 1967 and documented “Civil Disobedience” for the Sonobeat label, but nothing at all came from it, and he resolved in LA and became a junior-high college instructor. Around 1973, Campi installed with Ronny Weiser’s revivalist Rollin’ Rock and roll label and began making fresh recordings within the traditional, high-energy rockabilly design. A steady blast of albums adopted in to the ’80s, which also brought several units for Rounder, 1980’s Rockin’ in the Ritz and 1986’s Eliminated, Eliminated, Eliminated!. Campi continuing to record in to the fresh millennium, releasing periodic albums by himself label.