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Disc 1

1. Please Give Me Something - Bill Allen
2. Trapped Love - Keith Courvale
3. Thinkin’ About You - The Rhythm Rockers
4. Chicken Walk - Hasil Adkins
5. Slinky - Link Wray & His Ray Men
6. She’s Mine - Johnnie Strickland
7. Janis Will Rock - The Rock-A-Teens
8. The Caterpillar Crawl - The Strangers
9. Slow Down Sandy - Eddy Quinteros
10. My Babe - Dale Hawkins
11. Werewolf - The Frantics
12. Let’s Go Baby - Billy Eldridge
13. Short Fat Fannie - Ricky Coyne & His Guitar Rockers
14. Slave Girl - Ray Ethier
15. Sweet Woman - Edwin Bruce
16. Gimme A Lock A Yo Hair - Andy Anderson & The Dawnbreaker
17. Strollin’ After Dark - The Shades
18. Teen Age Bug - Dwight Pullen
19. Blue Moon Baby - Dave Diddle Ray
20. Storm Warning - Mac Rebennack

Disc 2

1. Ain’t I’m A Dog - Ronnie Self
2. Oakie’s In The Pokie - Jimmy Patton
3. Make With The Lovin’ - Dennis Herrold
4. You’re The One That Done It - Thomas Wayne
5. Fast Freight - Ritchie Valens
6. Dancing Girl - Bo Diddley
7. Can’t Hardly Stand It - Charlie Feathers
8. Rompin’ - Jerry Warren
9. Sinners - Freddie & The Hitchhikers
10. Midnight Monster Hop - Jack & Jim
11. Machine Gun - The Riptides
12. How Come You Do Me - Junior Thompson
13. Everybodys Tryin’ - Jerry Ross
14. Marlene - The Sonics
15. Do Do Do - Ronnie Dawson
16. Strange Love - Slim Harpo
17. Orbit (The Spy) - Paul Revere & The Raiders
18. Fever - The Huntsmen
19. Suzie Q - Dale Hawkins
20. Night Of The Vampire - The Moontrekkers

The Godfathers Of Psychobilly

Artist VARIOUS ARTISTS

Format 2CD

Cat No NOT2CD759

Bar-Code 5060143497599

Availability: In stock

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As a musical term, ‘psychobilly’ probably dates from the late 1970s and the emergence of bands like the Cramps, who blended punk with ‘50s rockabilly to create something that was pretty much the musical equivalent of outsider art. Today, however, it’s music that prefigured the punks by 15 years that concerns us, a rich seam that’s explored on this 2-CD set. Many of these artists were 'one-hit wonders' who never actually had a hit, garage bands that never left the garage, beatniks who didn’t like jazz and surfers who never went near an ocean! This is music that was thrashed out by mavericks, misfits and outcasts!

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