Welcome to Mellow's Log Cabin. This blog's purpose is to supply information on a diversity of American southern music - ranging from country, blues, old-time and folk to R&B, rock'n'roll and rockabilly. I regularly present my research results about artists, labels, shows and also give guest writers a chance to publish their texts here on occasion.


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Friday, June 15, 2012

20 Rockabilly Classics

Certainly the weakest of my compilations, this is one of those many comps featuring the classics. Great recordings but ya know'em for years, nothing special. Hope you have fun with it, though.


track list:
1. Elvis Presley - Baby, Let's Play House
2. Eddie Bond - Rockin' Daddy
3. Janis Martin - Drugstore Rock'n'Roll
4. Carl Perkins - Blue Suede Shoes
5. Gene Vincent - Be-Bop-a-Lula
6. Andy Starr - Rockin' Rollin' Stone
7. Curtis Gordon - Draggin'
8. Charlie Feathers - One Hand Loose
9. Billy Lee Riley - Rock with Me Baby
10. Skeets McDonald - You Oughta See Grandma Rock
11. Johnny Cash - Get Rhythm
12. Elvis Presley - Mystery Train
13. Johnny Carroll - Hot Rock
14. Roy Orbison - Ooby Dooby
15. Johnny Burnette Trio - Train Kept A-Rollin'
16. Mac Curtis - If I Had Me a Woman
17. Warren Smith - Rock'n'Roll Ruby
18. Don Woody - Bird Dog
19. Sanford Clark - The Fool
20. Sonny Burgess - We Wanna Boogie


Anonymous said...

Nothing special, Mellow? So many classics! Maybe it's just me, but I don't only appreciate hearing the rarities on other people's blogs - I really enjoy hearing the "hits" that that particular blog owner rates highly. Thanks for posting this.

dannyboy1 said...

Thank you so much for posting. This will be a great listen in the car on the way to work.

peterrocker said...

There are a zillion comps that can be made but not too many would be as good as this.


Anonymous said...

Thank you, Sir !

Hugh Knoblock said...

Carl Mcvoy was a fine musician and a very nice person. I knew him well.

Hugh Knoblock