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Shakin’ Pyramids

A Scottish neo-rockabilly quartet from your past due ’70s, Shakin’ Pyramids originally formed around twin guitarists, Wayne G. Creighton and Railroad Ken, with harmonica participant Dave Duncan. The trio busked the roads of Glasgow, but found an archive agreement with Virgin. Debut recording Pores and skin ‘Em Up was accompanied …

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Norman Petty

Probably one of the most important and, in a few senses, controversial rock and roll & roll suppliers from the past due ’50s, Norman Petty’s name can forever end up being inextricably associated with that of Friend Holly. At his Clovis, New Mexico studio room, Petty produced a lot of …

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The Sparkletones

The Sparkletones’ story must have been a film. For a number of listeners, these were and so are what rockabilly music really was about — four children in the south, none over the age of 16 and something as early as 13 if they began, obtaining together and producing fast, …

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Melvin Endsley

By legal rights, Melvin Endsley must have been a significant nation artist from the past due ’50s — he previously the talent, as well as the songs, as well as the drive, however, not the good fortune to become too referred to as, say, Marty Robbins. But he supplied Robbins …

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Ray Harris

In the annals of Sun Records, Ray Harris is but a footnote. He just noticed two singles released on the tiny yellowish label, but his inclusion in virtually any rock history publication is dependant on the actual fact that both of these records just eventually a number of the best …

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Ray Campi

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. …

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Randy Fuller

As bass participant, tranquility vocalist, and occasional songwriting collaborator within the Bobby Fuller 4, Randy Fuller was the main musical affiliate of his older sibling Bobby. Randy is in fact not really on Bobby’s initial recordings, becoming a member of his sibling’s music group in 1962. From after that until …

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Matchbox

Named following a Carl Perkins’ classic, Matchbox had been one of the 70s rock and roll ‘n’ move revivalist rings from the united kingdom to help make the leap from golf club favourites to graph stars. The music group was shaped in 1971 by two previous people of Contraband – …

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Marvin Rainwater

In today’s climate of political correctness, it’s amazing to believe a scant few decades ago, a quarter-Cherokee country singer named Marvin Rainwater would shamelessly trade on his Indian pedigree to create himself a name on the united states music circuit. But burning this absurd charade was some extremely solid music …

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Narvel Felts

Vocalist/songwriter Narvel Felts is at the united states music business for over 30 years. Created in Bernie, Missouri, he was a self-taught guitarist inspired by the united states music of such performers as Ernest Tubb and Floyd Tillman. Felts began in 1956 when he received his high-school skill contest having …

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