The Nut Jumpers – Boogie In The Shack

The Nut Jumpers, a hot new trio of well known musicians have come together to play their own brand of uncompromising, hard-hitting pure Rock’n’Roll. Drawing influence from a wide variety of danceable genres: Blues, Rockabilly, Garage, Latin, Swamp and more, all mixed together to create the dynamic Nut Jumper sound. The band have have recorded their debut album Boogie in the Shack and 7” single No Good No Good in Jakes Shack in Northern France. 13 self penned tracks were recorded live using 1 microphone and vintage tape recording equipment that captures the pure power and Rock’n’Roll sound of The Nut Jumpers!!! The Nut Jumpers are JAKE CALYPSO (The Corals, Mystery Train, Hot Chickens, Jake Calypso and his Red Hot), HELEN SHADOW (The Blue Ridge Rockets, The Johnson Family, The Queen Bs, The Shooting Stars) and RICKY LEE BRAWN (The Stargazers, The Big Six, The Space Cadets, Johnny Back and the Moonshine Boozers).

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Gone Hepsville – Gimme!

They make the news again and they’re the talk of the town – not because of another succesful wild show, but because of the long awaited brand new album. Finally! In their second album they present 13 brand new songs straight from Hepsville. You will hear the teenage bopper Gimme Gimme with a dazzling high piano hammering, strongly grooving Brainwasher Boogie going round and round, horn-based swinging Show Me That You Can Rock and really jiving hit Hepsville Jive, an obligatory baritone stroll Horn At Dawn, bluesy Got No Time and even a dreamy surf instrumental Just A Little Hepsville Surfbeat with a theremin solo.

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SaraLee – Heart of Stone

SaraLee and her band’s music is an explosive mix of rhythm ‘n’ blues, mesmerising vocals, roaring saxophone and that swing! Tattooed Finnish chanteuse SaraLee has a unique ability to transform from a roaring lioness to a soul thrilling and seductive torchy whisperer when the song demands it. With their impeccable sense of style, elaborated guitar solos, tight rhythm section and fierce yet playful original songs they form a new and unique grip to roots music.

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Hank Williams – The Lonesome Sound

It was New Year 1960 and though Hank Williams had been dead for seven years his fan-base was little diminished from the dark first day of 1953 when the undisputed champion of country music left his fans to find a new hero. Some folks did, but many didn’t and Hank’s songs seemed to become almost more popular as time went on. The Williams style and sound was imitated by many newcomers, those who didn’t go the rockabilly or smooth country route, but no-one quite seemed to match up to Hank. But now, suddenly, amazingly, the champ had a new album out!

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You’re Too Bad

WOWzer! So many cool harmonica tracks from the golden age of music here- and we do like the “Mississippi Saxophone” Y’all. The only “big” name here is Little Walter -who also blows harp on the John Brim song. All the other cats are pretty much obscure unless you are a “tip toe Joe” that’s in the know. Jack, I’m not gonna tell you everything about everybody, but I sure love ’em all. BLOW MAN BLOW!

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Burning Frets

You are holding a “fine frame, no parts lame” platter filled to the brim with boss gee-tar tunes from the from the golden age of music. It’s hard to stand still. All the cats conjugate to elucidate. Very different guitar styles from “slick” to “mean” and everything in between. This disc is loaded with hepcats from all fronts, mad aces in their places. Please play this loud!

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Fool Mule

Another winning selection of mighty fine dancing tunes from “The Land of the Ravy-Gravy” that will bring a smile on your face and even a few chuckles, dear hep cats and kittens.This new boss anthology of pretty obscure songs from the golden era of music is once again filled to the brim with lotta great funny “rocking” numbers…. all KILLERS, no FILLERS!

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