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Dragtones - Twisted/Ballad Of A Broken Man
Dragtones
Twisted/Ballad Of A Broken Man
7" | 2017 | EU | Original (Sleazy)
9,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Two frantic cuts from the combo featuring members based in Stockholm and LA.
Charlie Rich - Midnite Blues / Whirlwind
Charlie Rich
Midnite Blues / Whirlwind
7" | 2017 | EU | Original (Sleazy)
7,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Charlie Rich. Born in Forrest City, Arkansas, on December 14, 1932. Died inHammond, Louisiana, on July 25, 1995. Certainly, the guy to whom Sun Recordsfounder would refer to as the best singer, writer and player he ever recorded, hadeverything necessary to succeed as a solo artist. Including a catchy name. Atalented good-looking young man married to a woman who deeply believed in hismusical potential, Rich had grown up on a farm near Colt, a small rural communitylocated about 50 miles away from Memphis, Tennessee. There he developed ataste for Blues, Jazz, Gospel and Country music and was able to reflect thateclectic mixture in his piano skills, playing club gigs while serving in the Air Forceduring the early fifties. After his discharge, Charlie bought a five hundred acre farmand played the Memphis area circuit as much as his family duties allowed.According to the legend, one day around 1957 Rich’s wife took a demo tape theyhad recorded at home to Bill Justis, musical director at Sun Records, and soonCharlie became a writer and session musician for the label, providing songs orpiano accompaniment for such artists as Ray Smith, Carl Mann, Johnny Cash,Barbara Pittman and Jerry Lee Lewis.August 1958 brought Charlie Rich’s first solo session, resulting in a single releasedin November that year by Sun’s subsidiary Phillips International. The songsincluded were “Whirlwind” (which you can find on this piece of wax you’re holding inyour hands) and “Philadelphia Baby”, sales being good enough to assure a followupin summer 1959 with “Rebound” and “Big Man”. Rich only needed one moresingle, released early in 1960, to get his first hit. “Lonely Weekends” spent someweeks in the charts and Charlie found himself into the star-system for a shortperiod, as public response to his new releases wasn’t so enthusiastic in spite ofsuch great recordings as “Gonna Be Waiting”, “Who Will The Next Fool Be”,“There’s Another Place I Can’t Go” or this “Midnite Blues” included here. He leftSun in 1963, recording for a variety of labels in the next years and finally hitting thebig time in the seventies with Country oriented songs as “Behind Closed Doors”,“The Most Beautiful Girl In The World”, “A Very Special Love Song” or “I Love MyFriend”. Retired during the most part of the eighties, Charlie Rich had to deal withalcohol abuse and health problems that finally caused him a pulmonary embolism.His legendary status, coined by a large collection of unforgettable recordings, wasperfectly reflected, once again, by Sam Phillips’ words: “I never knew a moretalented musician, or a more beautiful human being, than Charlie Rich”.The perfect epitaph.
Spo-Dee-O-Dee - Drinkin' Wine
Spo-Dee-O-Dee
Drinkin' Wine
7" | 2017 | EU | Original (Sleazy)
8,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
On 7-inch, here are three exciting tracks from the band's album 'The Rhythm Bomb'.
Outta Sites - Outta Mind
Outta Sites
Outta Mind
7" | 2016 | EU | Original (Sleazy)
11,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
On 7-inch, here are three tracks by one of America's most noteworthy contemporary '60s-styled beat bands.
Lola Lola - Sweet Lovin'
Lola Lola
Sweet Lovin'
7" | 2017 | EU | Original (Sleazy)
8,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Hailing from Porto, Portugal, Lola Lola releases an exciting 7-inch of '60s affected r'n'b, beat'n'roll and popcorn vibes. Get your party going with 'Sweet Lovin'!
Neanderthals - Caveman Jamboree
Ric & The Dukes - Don't Fight
Pike Cavalero - Latin Rockabilly
Pike Cavalero
Latin Rockabilly
7" | 2015 | UK | Original (Sleazy)
10,99 €*
Release:2015 / UK – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Two tracks from the suave Spanish rocker. Included are 'Ahora Que Lo Tienes' and its flip, 'Mi Nena Pequena'.
Big Bopper - Crazy Love
Big Bopper
Crazy Love
7" | 2015 | UK | Original (Sleazy)
11,99 €*
Release:2015 / UK – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Jiles Perry (or J.P.) Richardson Jr., commonly known as The Big Bopper, was an American musician, songwriter and disc jockey whose big voice and exuberant personality made him an early rock and roll star. He is best known for his 1958 recording of 'Chantilly Lace', but 'Crazy Love' also is an excellent tune. The flip offers the track 'White Lightning'.
Johnny Cash - Lovin’ Locomotive Man / I Got Stripe
Johnny Cash
Lovin’ Locomotive Man / I Got Stripe
7" | 2017 | EU | Original (Sleazy)
7,59 €* 7,99 € -5%
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Johnny Cash. Born in Kingsland, Arkansas, on February 26, 1932. Died inNashville, Tennessee, on September 12, 2003. While Carl Perkins’ career at SUNRecords was at its lowest point when he made the move to Columbia Records in thebeginning of 1958, Johnny Cash was enjoying a wave of success that had let himbuilt a strong reputation based on several number one country hits, a wide collectionof memorable songs and, not less important, a very own recognisable sound.Nevertheless, whilst Perkins’ desertion responded to a certain jealousy provoked bythe fact of seeing how the company attention had turned to other artists on its roster,Cash had found some other motives to leave SUN: “Everybody was leaving. Wedidn’t like the royalty rate we were getting. [...] I was paid according to what a small,independent label could pay me at the time. We didn’t think it was fair”. Anotherreason had more to do with artistic growth: “I’d been talking to other recordcompanies about things I wanted to do as an artist, and I knew I wouldn’t be able todo ‘em on Sun”. One way or the other, he felt sure that “it was definitely time tomove on” and, in the summer of 1958, Johnny Cash became a Columbia artist,establishing a long-term relationship full of agreements and disagreements butplenty satisfactory when talking about artistic and commercial results. Nearly threedecades that extended the legend and defined the myth of the Man in Black.Leaving apart a personal life adorned with heavy drinking, drug abuse and maritalproblems, Cash’s first years at Columbia were quite productive. His first single forthe label (“All Over Again” / “What Do I Care”) entered the Top Ten and the secondone (“Don’t Take Your Guns To Town” / “I Still Miss Someone”) reached the NumberOne. On the other hand, his discography augmented steadily well into the sixties asSUN kept releasing some of the cuts Johnny had recorded before leaving.The cuts on this plate are perfect examples of Johnny Cash early Columbiarecordings. “I Got Stripes” came out on July 1959 together with “Five Feet High andRising”, another great song self-penned by Johnny. Telling a prison tale withnotorious humor, it was his fourth single at Columbia and a big hit that reached theTop Five in the country charts and entered the Top 50 in the pop charts. On theother side, being a minor addition to the great railroad songs the singer recordedthroughout his long career, “Lovin’ Locomotive Man” (backed with “Girl InSaskatoon”) was far from enjoying the success of “I Got Stripes”, although Billboardgave the record a four-star "Very Strong Sales Potential" rating. Strange ThingsHappen Every Day, you know.
Glenn Reeves - Rock A Boogie / Betty’S Bounce
Glenn Reeves
Rock A Boogie / Betty’S Bounce
7" | 2017 | EU | Original (Sleazy)
7,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Glenn Reeves. Born in Shamrock, Texas, on December 29, 1932. Died inJacksonville, Florida, on November 19, 1998. Despite an interesting bunch ofrecordings that show his good manners as singer and relevant songwriter, Glenn’splace in History was firmly secured when he cut a raw demo of a slow-paced tracktitled “Heartbreak Hotel”. Written by Mae Boren Axton – with whom he co-wrote someof his own sides -, little did he know that the hypnotic song would be Elvis Presley’sfirst number-one hit and one of the best-selling records during 1956.Reeves had developed his country roots while being a High School student and bythe time he changed his Texas home for Florida after a short stint in the MarineCorps, he was absolutely convinced to pursue a career in music.Signed by TNT Records, he had a couple of releases on 1955 but, even thoughthere’s an appreciable quality on tracks such as the country flavoured “I’m Johnny OnThe Spot” or the rocking “I Ain’t Got Room To Rock”, the poor distribution that becamean steady trademark for the San Antonio, Texas, based label forced him to leave insearch of greener pastures.On January 1956, a few weeks before Elvis hit the market with “Heartbreak Hotel”,Republic put out a new Glenn’s record. “That’ll Be Love”, a nice uptempo song, wascoupled with a more conventional country weeper called “The Last Time”. Reviewswere polite and showed a preference for the “engaging piece of bright tune” definedby the former which probably paved the way for the next release, a juicy slice ofRockabilly credited to Glenn Reeves and his Rock-Billys and brought out on October1956 by Atco, a subsidiary of Atlantic Records. Curiously, at the end of June Billboardhad noticed Glenn’s signing for Atco, referring to him as a rockabilly from Nashville.Including the vibrant “Rockin’ Country Style” and a good cover version of “Drinkin’Wine Spo-Dee-O-Dee”, that was his one and only record for the company, as nextyear he was offered a short-term recording contract by Decca.Actually, the sides appearing on this single were part of the deal and conformedReeves’ third attempt at the label. Two solid rockers released on March 1958, none ofthem got Glenn’s recording career off the ground and by 1959 he returned to work asDJ, promoter and even launching his own country music TV show in the sixties. Heremained quite active until the end of his life and finally, after all, he found the successhe long deserved. Although he did so behind the scenes instead of taking the stageas a singer, his TNT, Republic, Atco and Decca recordings can be considered as afantastic musical legacy. No doubt about that!
Janis Martin - Barefoot Baby
Janis Martin
Barefoot Baby
7" | 2017 | EU | Original (Sleazy)
7,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Born in Sutherlin, Virginia, in March 27, 1940. Died in Durham, North Carolina, inSeptember 3, 2007. Too good to be true. That’s probably the first thought that came intoSteve Sholes’ mind after hearing a fifteen year-old girl perform a song titled “Will YouWillyum” and modeled after the style that was tearing up the nation. The name of thatprecocious talent was Janis Martin and, of course, Sholes signed her to RCA, the samelabel that had bought Elvis out of his previous Sun contract.Coming from a musical family that loved the sounds of Hank Williams or Eddy Arnold,Janis had started playing guitar at a very early age and soon she was entering talentcontests, performing on the radio and touring with Country stars such as Ernest Tubb,The Carter Family or Cowboy Copas. When she discovered the music of black artists asRuth Brown or La Vern Baker, the circle was finally completed.March 8, 1956 saw Martin’s debut session for RCA. Accompanied by some of the bestNashville studio musicians, her first release included the self-penned “DrugstoreRock’n’Roll”, becoming an instant hit and urging the label to get more material.Rock’n’Roll was the name of the game and Elvis the top singer of the country, sosomebody at RCA thought that it would be a good idea to use his name to promoteJanis’ records and, after receiving the mandatory permission from Presley’s manager,she was billed as the female Elvis from then on even though she only met the singer acouple of times.Subsequent sessions produced classic tracks as “My Boy Elvis”, “Little Bit”, “CrackerJack”, “Bang Bang” or “Barefoot Baby” and “Love and Kisses”, both included here andrecorded in New York, and although her new recordings failed in getting the impact ofthe first release, a constant demand for TV, radio and personal appearances kept herbusy and active. Secretly married, Janis’ husband was serving overseas in the Armyand when she visited him during a tour of American bases in Europe, she got pregnant.The marriage didn’t last long, but that was the end of her RCA contract. By 1960, nowon her second marriage, she was signed by Palette Records and two singles werereleased without commercial result. After that, she quit touring and stayed home withher family, playing occasional local gigs.However, there was already a place for her among the greatest as she could learn in theseventies when the Rock’n’Roll revival brought her to Europe and she resumed hercareer by performing in front of younger Rock’n’Roll fans, giving her best for the nextthree decades with continuous gigs in Europe and her own country. Janis final showtook place on March 24, 2007. Less than six months later, cancer claimed the life of thistrue Rockabilly Queen.
Bob Luman - Boston Rocker
Bob Luman
Boston Rocker
7" | 2017 | EU | Original (Sleazy)
7,19 €* 7,99 € -10%
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Bob Luman, born Robert Glynn Luman 15 April 1937 inNacogdoches, Texas, died December 27, 1978.Bob Luman started out as a rockabilly performer and laterswitched to country. Through his teens, Luman was primarilyinterested in singing country music like his idol Lefty Frizzell, butthen he saw Elvis, which inspired him to try his hand at therockabilly sound.Soon after graduating, Luman won a talent contest, leading to hisdebut on the Louisiana Hayride. He became a regular in the mid-'50s, and had a small role in the 1957 film 'Carnival Rock'; still,his singles did nothing on the charts.In 1958 Luman cut a demo 'Guitar Picker' with Eddie Cochranand Fred Carter on lead guitars. In 1959, the Pittsburgh Piratesoffered Luman a contract, however, the Everly Brothers talkedhim into recording the Boudleaux Bryant song 'Let's Think AboutLiving' which became a Top Ten hit on both the country and popcharts. His follow-up, 'The Great Snowman', was also a hit, buthe was drafted, and spent the next two years in the military.In 1964, he began recording for Hickory Records, and thefollowing year, he became a member of the Grand Ole Opry.Luman eventually signed with Epic Records and had astring of Top 25 hits over the next ten years. Luman had a majorheart attack in 1975.His final chart appearance came in 1977, the following year hecontracted pneumonia and died at the age of 41.Featuring: Eddie Cochran and Fred Carter: Lead Guitars; Conrad"Gaybo" Smith: Stand-Up Bass
Surfin' Beards - Ocean Side / Fuel Side
Surfin' Beards
Ocean Side / Fuel Side
10" | 2017 | EU | Original (Sleazy)
14,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
The second release from the popular South-European surf-combo offers six cool tracks, presented on 10-inch wax!
Hank Williams - I'm A Long Gone Daddy
Hank Williams
I'm A Long Gone Daddy
Box Set | 2017 | EU | Original (Sleazy)
57,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Deluxe 6x7" Box Set.Hank Williams is the starting point of everything, the big bang of 20th century’s rock’n’roll. There were previous explosions, other element combinations, and there would be more but the catharsis in terms of music, melodies, country & blues chemistry … all that converges around Hank’s figure. And not only musically speaking; his life, his death, his weaknesses for alcohol and other substances, his willingness to love his wife Audrey, thefact of living for and because of music definecharacteristics in Hank that would be seen later inrock’n’roll musicians.In this 6 EPs collection you will find 24 songs recordedbetween 1947 and 1952 by Hank Williams thatsummarize that catharsis. The studio recordings are from his 1947 to 1950 period, when Hank didn’t record with his band the Driftin’ Cowboys and Fred Rose was responsible for the studio work. During this stage Hank’s music kept a special point of rawness and spontaneity in the way it was performed and this was key for his songs to touch people in an especially sincere way. In the last EP you´ll also find some demo and live performances from his last years that show his mastery as composer and entertainment."
Ric & The Dukes - Train Again Blues
Ric & The Dukes
Train Again Blues
7" | 2017 | EU | Original (Sleazy)
7,19 €* 8,99 € -20%
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
A primordial dose of raw, unrefined rock & roll from the Andalusian rockabillies known as Ric & The Dukes, delivered in truly classic 1950s American style.
Miss La Velle - Stolen Love
Miss La Velle
Stolen Love
10" | 2017 | EU | Original (Sleazy)
16,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Released on a pink 10-inch vinyl platter, as part of the series 'Ten X Ten', here are ten tracks by the legendary Texas soul-blues singer.
V.A. - Woody Wagon Volume 2
V.A.
Woody Wagon Volume 2
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Sleazy)
13,49 €* 14,99 € -10%
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
The second volume of this fantastic compilation series with only dancefloor killers!
Johnny Cash - Ballad Of A Teenage Queen
Johnny Cash
Ballad Of A Teenage Queen
7" | 2017 | EU | Original (Sleazy)
9,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
For the first time on the 7-inch format, here's the alternative version of 'Ballad Of A Teenage Queen' (with the overdubs) as it was originally recorded with only Cash's voice, two acoustic guitars and double bass, resulting in a good country bopper, more attractive than the version that was edited those days. The B-side contains an alternative recording of 'Big Rive', less crafted than the original, but with some differences in the orchestration.
Beat From Palookaville - Come Get Ur Lovin'
Rock 'N' Borders - Dios De Mi Se Olvido Red Vinyl Edition
Eddie Cash - Doing All Right
Tony Casanova - Boogie Woogie Feeling
Surfin' Beards - Lee Cheuck Y La Cabeza Del Dragon
Wynn Stewart - Come On
Wynn Stewart
Come On
7" | 2015 | UK | Original (Sleazy)
8,99 €* 9,99 € -10%
Release:2015 / UK – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Wynn Stewart, was an American country musician and one of the progenitors of the Bakersfield sound. Although not a huge chart success, he was an inspiration to such greats as Buck Owens and Merle Haggard. On this 7-inch his recording of 'Come On' is backed with 'Slowly But Surely'.
Dragtones - Drag!
Dragtones
Drag!
LP | 2014 | EU | Original (Sleazy)
16,99 €*
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Edition on 180-gram vinyl. You know singer Luis Arriaga from Luis & The Wildfires and the rest of the Dragtones from the Hives, the Barbwires and the Hi-Winders. This is the album where they let go and really freak out!
Charlie Hightone & The Rock It's - Small But Loud
Charlie Hightone & The Rock It's
Small But Loud
10" | 2014 | EU | Original (Sleazy)
14,99 €*
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
This 10-incher offers powerful and authentic rockabilly from Charlie Hightone and his Rock-It's, who are among the most popular bands on the European rockin' scene. Their early releases have been packing the dancefloors with boppers, and this second full-length release is sure ton have a comparable impact. 'Small But Loud' includes contributions from Big Sandy and Vesa Haaja (The Barnshakers).
Al Hendrix - Young And Wild
Al Hendrix
Young And Wild
7" | 2014 | EU | Original (Sleazy)
10,99 €*
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
As they say, you are never too old to rock. Skipping the slow tracks, this record compiled the four rockin' sides originally released by Al Hendrix between 1958 and 1962, when he was trying to make it big with rock'n'roll while having a real ball.
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