Teenage Blues: Primitive Rockabilly and Hillbilly Bop from the Starday Custom Series
 
See larger image
 

Teenage Blues: Primitive Rockabilly and Hillbilly Bop from the Starday Custom Series

11 Aug 2013

6.99 (VAT included if applicable)
  Song Title Artist
Time
Popularity  
1
You Better Go Now Beamon Forse
2:12
2
A Man Ain't Nothin' but a Woman's Slave Joe Bryant & The Mississippi Woodchoppers
2:26
3
Back When She Was Young Buddy Livingston & His All Girl Band
2:42
4
Rest of My Life Beamon Forse
2:44
5
Wildcat Boogie The Musical-Aires
2:46
6
Sweet Talking Baby Carl Tanner & His Southern Pine Boys
2:31
7
Puttin' on the Dog Joe Gibson
2:27
8
Wanderlust Tommy Castle
2:57
9
Crooked Dice Leo Ogletree
2:49
10
I've Done More Accidentally Tommy Castle
2:41
11
Cooing to the Wrong Pigeon Jack Morris
2:34
12
Bop Bobby Socks Bop Alton Guyon & His Boogie Blues Boys
2:32
13
Baby's Gone Luke Gordon
2:21
14
Coffee Baby Alton Guyon & His Boogie Blues Boys
2:56
15
Big New Dance Luke Gordon & His Lonesome Drifters
2:00
16
Be My Baby, Baby Doll Cousin Arnold & His Country Cousins
1:53
17
I'm Gonna Rock Some Too The Hodges Brothers
2:53
18
You're so Dumb Mack Banks And His Drifting Troubadours
2:24
19
Sweet Talking Daddy Cousin Arnold & His Country Cousins
2:29
20
Be-Boppin' Daddy Mack Banks And His Drifting Troubadours
2:04
21
Brand New Rock and Roll Curly Sanders
2:52
22
My Baby's Gone Roland (R.A.) Faulk
2:14
23
Can I Come Home Jimmy Simpson & His Oilfield Playboys
2:06
24
Tip, Tap and Tell Me Gene Terry & His Kool Kats
2:20
25
She's My Baby Leon Holmes & His Georgia Ramblers
2:09
26
The Woman I Love Gene Terry & His Kool Kats
2:23
27
No More Buddy Shaw
2:10
28
Weekend Boogie Tom Crook & The Rock'n Roll Four
3:07
29
Nuthin' but a Nuthin' Jimmy Stewart & the Night Hawks
2:21
30
Henpecked Daddy Ralph Johnson & The Hillbilly Show Boys
2:22
31
Tally Ho Ernie Nowlin & The Blue Shadow Boys
2:24
32
After I Go Away Carl Trantham & The Rythm All Stars
2:08
33
Where There's a Will (There's a Way) Carl Trantham & The Rythm All Stars
2:37
34
Stoney Mt. Boogie Bob Varney & Stoney Mt. Playboys
2:17
35
Money Lovin' Woman Chandos McRill & The Perryville Melody Boys
2:47
36
Half a Chance Leon Holmes
2:14
37
Hey, Boy! Bill Floyd
2:42
38
I Want My Baby Billy Match & The Starfires
2:15
39
Feel Sorry for Me Dave Brockman & The Twilight Ramblers
2:13
40
Peace of Mind Curly Sanders & His Santones, Joyce Love
2:02
41
Load up My Blues Lee Voorhies & His Ozark Country Boys
2:35
42
Love Proof Gene Ray
2:02
43
Party Al Sims & The Alpine Two
2:12
44
Rock & Roll Fever Gene Ray
1:48
45
Party Al Sims & The Alpine Two
1:38
46
Cheer Me Up Plez Gary Mann
2:42
47
Flying High Earl Durrance & His Blue Sky Ramblers, Jeanie Christie
1:36
48
I Want to Be True Plez Gary Mann
2:03
49
Thermostat Baby Dick Dorn, Harry Peppel & His Shenandoah Valley Rangers
1:47
50
Pretty Baby Lewis Pruitt & The True Lads
2:25
51
Keen Teen Baby Leroy Martin & The Rebels
2:00
52
Sunset Blues Tony and Jackie Lamie with The Swing Kings
3:06
53
Darlin' Jimmie Dale
2:35
54
Wore to a Frazzel Tony and Jackie Lamie with The Swing Kings
2:55
55
Baby Doll Jimmie Dale
2:33
56
China Doll Dappa Smith
2:27
57
Teenage Blues Bill Goodwin
2:30
58
Mama, Mama Jesse Stevens & The Big Sandy Boys
2:15
59
Walking, Talking Babydoll Jerald Boykin, The Three Ramblers
1:53
60
No Bluebirds in the Sea Jesse Stevens & The Big Sandy Boys
2:24
61
If You Call That Love Jerald Boykin, The Three Ramblers
1:40
62
The World Belongs to Me Olen Little
1:46
63
The Cats Were Jumpin' John Worthan
2:14
64
Wiggle Walkin' Boogie Art Ontario
2:10
65
My Chicken Pen Warren Robbe
2:06
66
I Tried to Be Fair Gilbert Headly
2:31
67
Pine Mountain Boogie Arvel Lewis
2:37
68
Ford and Shaker James Gallagher
2:34
69
Don't You Know Gary Link & The Rock-A-Fellas
2:19
70
Compensation Blues Daniel Nix with The Compensation Boys
2:30
71
You're Gonna Reap What You Sow Ray Strong
1:57
72
Rhythm Rock Gary Link & The Rock-A-Fellas
2:43
73
Are You the One James Gallagher
2:47
74
Switch Blade Sam Jeff Daniels
2:13
75
Gonna Have a Party Dickie Damron
2:04
76
Rockaway Leon Kelly & The Rhythm Rockers
2:24
77
You Lied to Me Honey Junior Gravley with The Rock-A-Tones
2:11
78
Rockin' Baby Dickie Damron
1:26
79
Take My Hand Junior Gravley with The Rock-A-Tones
3:01
80
Poor Me Chandos McRill & The Excellons
2:11
81
My Foolish Heart Bill Loop & His Seneca Indian Boys
1:40
82
The Toddle Chandos McRill & The Excellons
2:05
83
Single Man Warren Robbe
2:35
84
Please Have Mercy Jimmy Dane and his Great Danes
2:19
85
Lonesome Old Jail Blankenship Brothers with The Sundown Playboys
2:55
86
Tattle Tale Jimmy Dane and his Great Danes
2:32
87
Tired of Crawling, Gonna Start to Run Johnny Harris
1:54
88
Sweet Rockin' Mama The Hi-Tombs
2:02
89
I Got Blues on My Mind Lonnie Irving
2:30
90
Weeping Willow Rock The Hi-Tombs
2:39
91
Crawdad Song Red Moore & His Rhythm Drifters
2:37
92
Baby, I'll Never Let You Go Love Brothers
1:59
93
Haunting Rhythm Romeo Sullivan & The Serenaders
2:07
94
Oil Field Rock and Roll Larry Hollis
2:02
95
Big Rocker Beck Brothers
2:25
96
You'll Come Runnin' Home to Me Ralph Collier
2:48
97
Just Like You Beck Brothers
2:36
98
Lonesome Guitar Missouri Walker & The Ozark Ramblers
2:12
99
Jorris Boogie Jorris Hennessee & The Roundup Boys
1:50
100
Tornado Twist The Tornadoes
1:52
101
Judgement Day Jerry & The String Trio
2:42


Product details

  • Original Release Date: 11 Aug 2013
  • Label: Fantastic Voyage
  • Copyright: (c) 2013 Future Noise Music Ltd
  • Total Length: 3:57:15
  • Genres:
  • ASIN: B00DU6WWTI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 111,499 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

Customer Reviews

3 star
0
2 star
0
1 star
0
4.3 out of 5 stars
4.3 out of 5 stars
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Primitive roots to r&r 16 Oct 2013
Format:Audio CD
Starday Records, of Houston, Texas, offered a custom/vanity pressing service, starting in 1955, for any would-be artist or band. All you had to do was send them a tape, or acetate, of your recording and $115, in return you got 300 copies of your very own record, on your very own label - providing you were willing to give over the publishing rights to the songs/tunes to Starday's own publishing publishing arm. There was also the chance you might get signed to the Starday label itself. I guess most of these acts used the records for promo purposes, maybe sold a few at gigs. None of them went on to become household names (other than in a very limited locale) and as a consequence, on the rarity scale, think rocking horse droppings, accompanied by skyrocketing collector vales as time passed.

All the material here is country based, but that includes countrybilly, country/hillbilly bop, proto-rockabilly, country rockin', even a couple of country blues. (Did I leave a sub-genre out?). The overwhelming majority of names were unknown to me, so for me, it was all 'new'. What a delight! Here's a chance to hear what a gigging band sounded like in period. They may have been support acts to a 'name', or topping the bill at a local hayride, perhaps beamed over the airways from some remote radio station, whatever, they sure do give it their all. The first CD (1955/57) is fiddle heavy, with notable steel, eases off in CD2 (1957/58) and by CD3 (1958/62) we're off and running.

Some of the vocalists can't cut it, some lyrics are a little trite, but what always surprises me is the generally high standard of the backing musicians, particularly the guitarists. Hot solos abound, steel too. What happened to these guys?
Read more ›
Comment | 
Was this review helpful to you?
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A FEAST OF TRADITIONAL AMERICAN ROCKERS 13 Oct 2013
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
This set is issued by " Fantastic Voyage ", & that is exactly what this is - a journey through hillbilly, rockin' country and blues, rockabilly & rock 'n' roll. There are a few instros included. A few amateurish productions & some dodgy vocals only add to the enjoyment. With more than 100 tracks, I'm sure fans of this type of music will already know/have some of them, but at this price, it must be a good purchase. In addition, these CDs run for a total of 3hrs 58 mins ( approx ) - what more can one want?
'
Comment | 
Was this review helpful to you?
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Starday 6 Dec 2013
By RonW
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Another excellent compilation of Starday material label from Fantastic Voyage, well worth having if you are into Hillbilly Bop and Rockabilly. A lot of rare tracks. Well worth getting just for The Three Ramblers two tracks. Super service from the seller
Comment | 
Was this review helpful to you?
Search Customer Reviews
Only search this product's reviews

Look for similar items by category