late 50's / early 60's obscuros 
mixed with cult movie radio spots!

clyde arnold - scrounge
ronnie allen - juvenile delinquent
jimmy johnson - woman love
steve carl & the jags - curfew
mac curtis - granddaddy's rockin'
link wray - the stranger
the crew - why did you leave me
gary hodge - not for love or money
ray stanley - love charms
sentarians - flight
merv benton - worrying kind
bobby wall - baby it's too much
charlie feathers - tongue tied jill
ray stanley - i can't wait
jimmy wages - miss pearl
atlantics - bombora
bob center - lost in the jungle
slim rhodes - take and give
carl perkins - your true love
edwin bruce - eight wheel
blankenship brothers - waitin' for a train
dave and the saints - fever

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rockabilly hall of fame inductee
A L   H E N D R I X  
his music
and a live in the studio interview

"Al Hendrix' Rockabilly music has survived decades of Rock-and-Roll evolution and is still loved today by fans from all over the globe. The singer/songwriter was born on November 12, 1934 in Miami, Florida and his 'southern charm' is in every note he sings.

Inspired by the stars of the 'Grand Ole Opry' at a very young age, Al was destined to be an entertainer. His early work began in 1956 when Al met country legend, Buck Owens, and performed with Buck at the famous 'Blackboard Cafe' in Bakersfield, CA, until 1960. During that time Al was also hired as lead singer for 'Jolly Jody and the Go-Daddies' and recorded "Rhonda Lee” and "Go Daddy Rock" (Tally Label).

Al's recording career included many of his own songs on several different record labels. "I Need You” and "Young and Wild" were released by Liberty Records for nationwide release in 1960. "I Need You" was number one in El Paso, TX for six full weeks; and in the top 20 in San Diego, CA; while Alan Freed played "Young and Wild” on his radio show.
Signing with Pike Records was a turning point for Al, with songs like "Monkey Bite" and "For Sentimental Reasons”, which were released in 1962. "Monkey Bite" was an instant hit, but unfortunately, the song was not widely circulated because the lyrics were thought to be much too sexual. "Fooling Around" and "Jumpin' Johnny" were unissued for quite some time but were released by White Label, in Holland, in 1985.

Al took a break from recording for about 20 years, allowing him to spend time with his loving wife, Laraine (you can hear Laraine's first (and only) back-up singing debut in "Shaving Lotion"). In 2006, Al was back on the circuit and still rockin'! He decided to collaborate with producer/engineer, Jimmy Accardi, and together this dynamic duo cut a new CD, "Rare & Rockin” which brought back some old favorites but also some brand new songs.

Al was inducted into the ROCKABILLY HALL OF FAME in April of 2008. That same year Al and Jimmy Accardi produced another CD, "Rockabilly Lovin." At more recent venues, Al shined at Buck Owens' 'Crystal Palace' on February 14, 2010, rockin' out with Robert Tidwell and The Token Oakies. Then in March of 2010, Al rocked on at the Pre Viva Las Vegas show at the Hard Rock Casino and Hotel in Las Vegas, NV. The following year, he rocked Vegas again, this time at the Viva Las Vegas (#14) Festival in April 2011, at the Orleans Casino & Hotel. In July 2011, Al jammed with The Six Gun Romeo's Rockabilly band from Vancouver, BC, Canada, at Ethel's Old Corral, in Bakersfield, CA"

all info from Al's website: 

contemporary raw, but heartfelt country & blues 
inspired by the beautiful compilation with the same name on
john schooley - one man against the world pt 1
bassholes - daughter
heavy trash - that ain't true
billy childish & dan melchior - length of pipe
elmo williams - nothin' man
jerry teel & the big city stompers - loretta
dm bob & the deficits - mother of earth
dead brothers - ramblin' man
knoxville girls - oh baby, what you're gonna do now
20 miles - piece of clay
compulsive gamblers - two thieves
jeffrey lee pierce - john henry
doo rag - john henry
beasts of bourbon - today i started lovin' you again
holly gollightly - laughing to keep from crying
dead brothers - hund und wolfe
speedball baby - blackish man
honeymoon killers - lookin' for money
tav falco & the panther burns - blind man
john schooley - my baby cried all night long
loafin' hyenas - way of the world
jerry teel & the big city stompers - sugar baby
country teasers - go down, mighty devil
dead brothers - good time religion
work dogs - our good man
haunted george - the ghosts of the old san juan
andre williams - lookin' down at you, lookin' up at me
flat duo jets - take and give
she wolf - going back home
hasil adkins - of course not
dm bob & the deficits - bandido mexicano
luis & the wildfires - goodbye

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without spinning one single note by these bloody englishmen!

the's - 19th nervous breakdown
swamp rats - it's not easy
queensberry terrors - citadel
the end - not fade away
the first four - empty heart
los ovnis - pequena ayuda de mama
new bomb turks - jivin' sister fanny
the screws - the storm
the entertainers - down home girl
shadows of knight - i just wanna make love to you
nancy sin - as tears go by
greenhornes - sad day
otis - satisfaction
chimney sweeps - grown up wrong
spiders - hitch hike
real kids - out of time
wildebeests - please go home
flamin' groovies - jumpin' jack flash
dartford renegades - off the hook
don & the goodtimes - blue turns to grey
tony jackson & the vibrations - fortune teller
reigning sound - i'd much rather be with the  boys
little killers - think
ronnie bird - elle m'attend
lovin' kind - i'm free
shanks - doncha bother me
new connolly 5 - stoned
lulu - surprise surprise
rotting stumps - obsession
namelosers - walking the dog
black lips - what to do
honeymoon killers - who's drivin' your plane?
cheater slicks - child of the moon
dirtbombs - no expectations
dmz - heart of stone