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The boys play a mix between rockabilly, garage and punk. They just made their th gig. You need to watch the video clip for the song Woodoo Doll, that has been picked up Have Love Will Travel - Various - The Rock n Roll Disease! (CD) many indie video stations and VIVA. Moon Dance 2. Jungle Queen 3. Diamond Ring 4. Gang Up! Strip Poker 6. Little Schoolgirl Of Mine 7. Woodoo Doll 8. Whistle Stroll 9. Bang-Bang Boogie Five young and restless spanish cats walking the street of authentic Rockabilly.

Wonderful cover-artwork! The Nu Niles. After some performances and some demo tapes, Mike Segura joined The Nu Niles to substitute the former double-bass player, and with the founders of the band, Miguel A. Garcia lead vocals, acoustic guitar and harmonicaMario Cobo electric guitar and vocals and the new incorporation of a drummer 'Dum Dum' Roger Arteaga recorded their first E.

This helped The Nu Niles to perform all over Europe making them become the most international of the Spanish Rockabilly bands. At the same time as the release of the E. Rock-A-Duba 2. Down To The Corner 3. Rockin' Ball 5. Money Is Good 6. Pickin' The Line 7. Haircut Boogie 9. Rockin' And Flyin' I Can't Come Back Home Livin' Too Fast El Tren De La Costa Que Pasa?

Confidente Del Secondaria Authentic 50's punk. But this record is something else again. Rock love longs are here to stayforever. The list below is an epic showcase of rock love songs from the 80s and 90s Rock Love Songs in the '80s and '90s. Hard rock ballads, power ballads and slow rock songs become excessively popular at concerts in the '80s and '90s. At live shows, hard rock bands performed their ballads and rock love songs to crowds holding up lit lighters, a symbolic gesture used for emotive songs '80s Hard Rock.

Hair goals, spandex and epic guitar solos. We got you. Celebrating the life and legacy of Have Love Will Travel - Various - The Rock n Roll Disease! (CD) Van Halen. By Spotify. Love Song Tesla.

Don't Close Your Eyes Kix. There was a time when every hard rock band had at least one song about loveand usually much more than that. Of course, the world was a different place back then.

The classics will always have a place in the hearts of fans from past generations, but what about those who are looking to [ The Boston-based hard rock band stuck the ballad on its album, Pornograffitti, right after a song Queen's Brian May says contains the greatest guitar solo he's ever heard. The stripped-down acoustic ballad is about how the phrase I love you loses its meaning when it's used too often among too many people And I did feel like making love at the time.

I think I probably was in love - that happened a lot. He played it to Mick Ralphs who is responsible for the big chord in the chorus. It's good 'ole fashion rock 'n roll with just the right amount of sexiness. Rolling Stones - Brown Sugar. YouTube Share your videos with friends, family, and the worl.

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(CD) A melodic hard-rock sound started emerging in rock love songs towards the late 70s. Metal bands gave new identity to ballads in the 80s. The hair metal scene gained prominence in the 80s bringing to life a new sound in the form of power ballads. The hard edged melodic sound encompassed with high-pitched vocals gave power ballads in the 80s. From the '60s to the '80s and beyond, sweet romance has been expressed beautifully through rock music.

Here, Roberts lets his piano rip on an album where solos are kept to a minimum. No, its not the blues and it has one of the strangest covers you will ever see, but it is earthy roots music, and its cosmic at that. The establishment features southern cuisine and is one of those places to see and be seen at.

As the disc progresses, you will find yourself turning up the volume and moving more and more body parts. At the core remain the accomplished and seasoned horns with bugs trombone, flute, vocals and James Morse saxin addition to mainstay Jim Pryor drums, vocals. There is fuzzy and funky guitar on "Lowdown. Then Duffy burns his strings to a red hot flame while being egged on by the pumping horns.

Next, all the artists get a chance to solo on this blistering barn-burner. No one can sit still through "Domino," with its sexy and jazz inflicted sax. Here, Duffy plays quick hillbilly picking, then transitions his solo into incredibly fast fret-blazing rock guitar which releases a sonic boom.

This band gives it all they got. They play for their audience and know what their audience wants. As such, the flow of the songs become predictable. Each contains a catchy rhythm, pulsing horns and ripping guitar. This time around some originals would have been more than welcomed. Although four of the five members contribute on vocals, they vary greatly in capability. Not many acts incorporate flute and trombone.

That is refreshing, but Have Love Will Travel - Various - The Rock n Roll Disease! (CD) non-stop covers do not allow the music to be taken to new places. If you are looking for down-home blues, you will be disappointed. This quirky CD from the regular bass player for the Tommy Castro Band crosses all kinds of musical boundaries on the 11 cuts found here. McDonald veers seamlessly into a rockabilly thing with a cover of Bobby Charles' "Take It Easy Greasy," highlighted by another powerful sax solo from Crossan.

Following is another novelty-type number, an original mid-tempo narrative entitled "Yardsale. McDonald's love for novelty songs comes out again on Harold Burrage's "You Eat Too Much," a stop-time, mid-tempo shuffle with a couple of good horn breaks.

In case you've forgotten that McDonald knows how to rock, he closes the album with the swamp rocker "Teenage Letter," on which Tommy Castro sits in with a red hot guitar solo. If you're looking to venture outside a straight eight-bar blues vein, then you just might enjoy this walk On The Wild Side. There are some overachieving albums in which the final product is greater than the sum of its parts.

Unfortunately, it appears that it's too late to see these guys in person, as the news on their web site indicates that The Rockin' Highliners have disbanded. In the meantime, I can't put my finger on why you shouldn't buy this disc One of the more consistently solidd recording artists on the scene today is West Texas bluesman Long John Hunter.

The man knows his way around the studio. Connolly is especially good on the ivories on the blues shuffle "One Foot It Texas. The CD ends with 11 minutes of the Hunter brothers reminiscing about their younger years while laying down some basic guitar riffs. Heck, there's not a bad cut on One Foot In Texas. Be sure to track this one down, because it's a keeper.

The only connection to the blues on James Cohen 's High Side of Lowdown is that this all-instrumental guitar album was released by Canadian blues label NorthernBlues Music. But just as NorthernBlues president Fred Litwin couldn't resist putting this one out, all Blues Bytes readers would be well-advised to take a listen to this disc the music within it is just plain exhilarating.

Even the story is great Cohen, a jeweler in Canada, goes to Venezuela on a gem-buying trip, where he Have Love Will Travel - Various - The Rock n Roll Disease! (CD) a flamenco guitarist at a local tapas bar. Cohen winds up jamming with the man, and the moment inspires him to start seriously studying flamenco music. This reviewer is certainly not qualified to pass serious judgment on this style of music, but listening to it should made me feel good.

I especially liked the song "Tiny Monkeys," not just for the unique title but also for Cohen's nimble work on the strings plus Richard Bell's tasteful piano accompaniment. The hottest guitar work can be heard on "Fortune's Fool," on which Cohen's fingers just plain fly across the guitar strings. If you're in the mood to venture away from the blues and want to put a little zest into your life, then take a listen to High Side of Lowdown.

You'll love it! Dave McKenzie 's got a good track record. Maria Muldaur and some people who are famous in Nashville have covered his songs.

He worked with a lot of big name blues performers before they died. Most significant, despite a press kit so cocky that one initially imagines him thinking he's the first guy to ever record with just guitar and vocals, the liner notes for his new release, Solo Hey Baby!

Recordshonestly point out his influences and inspirations. Some people practice guitar until their fingers bleed, daily, incessantly, driving everyone around them crazy, before they consider themselves ready for the bandstand or the studio. MacKenzie just figures out how to play the songs he writes and the songs he likes, an attitude without which we'd never get any music, because rehearsal doesn't get songs written. Of course, the flip side to that is that his playing is sloppy as hell, which is okay, because once you've successfully made the Nashville entertainment scene your living room by creating songs and putting them across effectively, sloppiness isn't a crucial factor.

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