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Call of the Wild CD

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  • Audio CD (2 Dec 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Big Beat
  • ASIN: B000071WFE
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 316,344 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Am I A Dreamer
2. Mary Sue (Alt)
3. Jailhouse Rock
4. Mary Sue
5. I Got A Girl
6. Rebel Woman
7. Call Of The Wild
8. Sizzlin' Hot
9. Love's A-Workin'
10. Don't Try To Change Me
11. Fever
12. I'm Leavin'
13. Dr Feelgood
14. You Tear Me Up
15. Run Rabbit Run
16. Midnight Sun
17. Sugaree
18. Black Boots
19. Love Eyes
20. Dobro Pickin' Man
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Format: Audio CD
To be honest the name Arlie Neavall is a ton better than Dean Carter who is known in the U K as the author of a book about the Pennine Way.He may even have been confused by Aaron Neville who at the time was an obscure New Orleans artist not really known till the 70s
First discovered on a blog and available to illegally download I added it to my pen drive but usually end up buying a lot of these when I find them.
Its worth having as its a link between the 50s and 60s especially the garage bands
And there's no doubt that Dean Carter is infamous in the States as he's a serial killer on Death Row!!
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By colcon on 29 Oct 2012
Format: Audio CD
A man out of time - the 1960s - Dean Carter (real name Arlie Neaville) was an obscure genius. You want Elvis meets Jerry Lee meets early Beatles and Stones? Then you've got a bit of Dean Carter. Throw in a slice of Eddie Cochran, a pinch of the Shangri-las with a twist of Screaming Jay Hawkins and you've got another bit. Chuck in some Dave Clarke Five, early Motown and a whole heap of garage rock and you've got a bit more!

Although a couple of tracks here were recorded in 1959 most come from the mid-to-late 60s. Only a few tracks were actually released at the time, with sales abysmally poor. But then this WAS the height of The Summer Of Love - hardly a popular time for someone looking like a ten year throwback with an unclassifiable portfolio of work.

This compilation kicks off with a blistering 'wig-out' of 'Jailhouse Rock'; it's so incendiary it makes Elvis look like a choirboy. There's some distinct throat-shredding on 'Mary Sue' and 'Sizzlin Hot' whilst the Doors-meets-Northern Soul (!) of 'Call Of The Wild' should have been a big hit single. Elsewhere things get a little bit Monkees crossed with The Addams Family! One of the greatest tracks is 'Shadow Of Evil', where the ghosts of Roy Orbison, Gene Pitney and Billy Fury are channelled for a heart-wrenching ballad.

If you like 'outsider' music (think The Cramps, Iggy, Beefheart, Alice Cooper, The Fall, Ramones, Johnny Dowd etc.)then you'll love this. It's bonkers and all the better for it!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
An obscure gem 27 Sep 2009
By Earl A. Foltz - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Wow! Dean Carter was certainly ahead of his time and in a class all by himself. This has a creepy (in a good way)punk-ish rockabilly ("punk Elvis")sound to it, and the sound in "Jailhouse Rock" is out of this world. It is obvious that people like Lux Interior (R.I.P.) of the Cramps were probably listening to records like this back in the day, and Dean Carter is featured on the Cramps covers tributes like "Songs the Cramps Taught Us." I highly recommend this to anyone who likes rock and roll. I had to chuckle at the mix up with him and Deana Carter in a previous review. Who knows? Maybe Dean and Deana are related somehow.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
12 string square neck Dobro?!?! 14 Dec 2014
By Victoria Lynd - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This is so good it's's so scary it's like the way all music should be!
0 of 7 people found the following review helpful
my friend told me about this band 16 Jun 2008
By J.C. - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
i heard of this band thru a few different people and places. i wa snot impressed. very boring and bland slow rock. nothing catchy
1 of 12 people found the following review helpful
This is not Deana Carter - it is Dean Carter! 20 Jan 2003
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Please ignore the nonsense in the review above. This is not the female country singer "Deana Carter", but the 1960's rock-n-roll male called "Dean Carter".
Deana Carter's albums are fantastic and I thoroughly recommend them.
2 of 16 people found the following review helpful
Deana Carter is the best female country singer out there. 19 Dec 2002
By "miata_chick_01" - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I think this is one of Deana's best yet. I can't really say that though because I love all her albums. If you are a deana fan and like all her work, this one isn't any different. She just keeps giving what her fans want. I think what makes her so unique from all the other female artists out there is that she has that strong country accent. And it stays with her throughout all her songs. Now other artist who consider themselves to be country, such as shania twain....You can't even put her into a genre anymore. Deana is no trader and it shows on this album.
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