Very nice . . . toes tapping as well as fingers. Sounds like the King meets the Killer.Thank you!A bunch of nice posts this week. Almost makes up for those two monstrosities from Searcy, Ark., on "45 o' the Day."
what can you tell us about the Dub label?I agree with the Jerry Lee Lewis comparison.
This may very well be the first Dub 45. It is famous for releasing the the fabulous doo wop song Rama Lama Ding Dong. by the Edsels. Other great rockabilly songs includes Don Heads Goin Strong which Don Head was Roy Head's (Treat Her Right) Brother. The label folded in the early sixties and went the way so many other great locals did. I have four releases on Dub 3 of which are stellar.
I have bee told Teddy Reidell is the piano player and the sound certainly fits his style.
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