Concert Vault

Rockabilly Sampler

By: Concert Vault

25 songs / 1:32:21

  1. 1 Carl Perkins / Rockabilly Fever 05:03
  2. 2 Marty Robbins / That's All Right 02:05
  3. 3 Jerry Lee Lewis / Rockin' My Life Away 03:50
  4. 4 Dwight Yoakam / Ring Of Fire 04:19
  5. 5 George Jones / Blue Moon Of Kentucky 03:06
  6. 6 The Rolling Stones / Twenty Flight Rock 01:49
  7. 7 Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band / Act Naturally 02:32
  8. 8 Imelda May / My Baby Left Me 02:52
  9. 9 Stray Cats / Rock This Town 08:38
  10. 10 Rockpile / I Knew The Bride (When She Used To Rock And Roll) 03:06
  11. 11 Red Rockers / Folsom Prison Blues 02:43
  12. 12 Chris Hillman / Mystery Train 03:32
  13. 13 Linda Ronstadt / That'll Be The Day 02:42
  14. 14 The Blasters / Marie Marie 01:57
  15. 15 Frank Hoier and The Weber Brothers / Black Dress Blues 03:13
  16. 16 Link Wray and Robert Gordon / (You're So Square) Baby I Don't Care 02:20
  17. 17 NRBQ / Honey Hush 04:27
  18. 18 Jason and the Scorchers / If You've Got The Love (I've Got The Time) 02:44
  19. 19 T. Graham Brown / Rockabilly Rockin' 05:05
  20. 20 Carl Perkins / Honey Don't 04:20
  21. 21 Link Wray and Robert Gordon / Baby, Let's Play House 02:38
  22. 22 Brian Setzer / Tear It Up 06:29
  23. 23 The Bellamy Brothers / Rockabilly 04:21
  24. 24 Havana 3 A.M. / Blue Gene Vincent 03:37
  25. 25 Carl Perkins / Blue Suede Shoes 04:53
Description
The history of rockabilly Carl Perkins wrote into "Rockabilly Fever" sums it up perfectly - rolling out of Memphis (and more specifically, Sam Phillips' Sun Records) in the 1950s, folks like Perkins, Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash and Jerry Lee Lewis took a little country, added some pop and dressed it up in soul...and started a little thing called rock 'n' roll. Besides a few songs performed by Perkins and Lewis, this mix also has covers of rockabilly standards and a handful of tunes from the "rockabilly revival" by the likes of Rockpile, the Stray Cats, Commander Cody, The Blasters, and Jason and the Scorchers. Enjoy, but be careful, because if that fever starts to get you while listening to this Rockabilly playlist, you just might explode.
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The history of rockabilly Carl Perkins wrote into "Rockabilly Fever" sums it up perfectly - rolling out of Memphis (and more specifically, Sam Phillips' Sun Records) in the 1950s, folks like Perkins, Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash and Jerry Lee Lewis took a little country, added some pop and dressed it up in soul...and started a little thing called rock 'n' roll. Besides a few songs performed by Perkins and Lewis, this mix also has covers of rockabilly standards and a handful of tunes from the "rockabilly revival" by the likes of Rockpile, the Stray Cats, Commander Cody, The Blasters, and Jason and the Scorchers. Enjoy, but be careful, because if that fever starts to get you while listening to this Rockabilly playlist, you just might explode.