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That'll Flat Git It!, Vol. 11 [4000127161017]

  • 1. All the Time - Sleepy LaBeef
    2. Love Bug Crawl - Jimmy Edwards
    3. That's My Reward - Billy Wallace/Bama Drifters
    4. Wild Mind, (I've Changed My) - Johnny T Talley
    5. You're My Big Baby Now - Roy Moss
    6. Slip Slip Slippin' In - Eddie Bond & The Stompers
    7. Done Gone - George & Earl
    8. Draggin' - Curtis Gordon
    9. What'll I Do - Billy Wallace & Bama Drifters
    10. You Don't Know My Mind - Roy Moss
    11. Let's Get Wild - Rudy Grayzell
    12. Flip Flop Mama - Eddie Bond & The Stompers
    13. Yes I Do - Royce Porter
    14. You're the One That Done It - Thomas Wayne
    15. Burning the Wind - Billy Wallace
    16. Mobile Alabama - Curtis Gordon
    17. Corrine, Corrina - Roy Moss
    18. Boppin' Bonnie - Eddie Bond & The Stompers
    19. Lonesome Train - Johnny T Talley
    20. I Can't Help It - Bing Day
    21. Mean, Mistreatin' Baby - Billy Wallace & Bama Drifters
    22. Better Stop, Look and Listen - George & Earl
    23. Maybelle - Jackie Cray
    24. Sitting on Top of the World - Curtis Gordon
    25. Born to Love One Woman - Don Johnston
    26. Rock-a-Bye Baby Rock - Connie Dycus
    27. Sugar Doll - Johnny Jay
    28. You Nearly Lose Your Mind - Roy Moss
    29. Dance Me to Death - Hi-Liters/Joe Franklin
    30. Rockin' Daddy - Eddie Bond & The Stompers
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 16101

  • Credits

    Performers include: Sleepy LaBeef, Eddie Bond, Rudy Grayzell.
    Another entry in Bear Family's excellent label by label retrospective of rockabilly's best, this one featuring 30 tracks of ground-floor boppin' billies from the stable of Mercury Records. Unlike Sun Records (and few others), there was no defined sound or production to the label's rockabilly output; masters came from Memphis, Chicago, Nashville, Houston, Fort Worth, and even New York City on this collection. Mercury never really had a strong commitment to their country division, and as rockabilly was the rhythm branch of that division, none of these records even remotely became hits. Eddie Bond and Roy Moss end up being the big names here, with each artists represented by four tracks each, accounting for over 25-percent of the album's content. But stellar one-offs by Thomas Wayne ("You're the One That Done It"), Rudy Grayzell ("Let's Get Wild"), Sleepy LaBeef ("All the Time"), Curtis Gordon ("Draggin'"), Billy Wallace ("That's My Reward"), the Hi-Liters (the explosive "Dance Me to Death") make the rest of this volume equally as noteworthy. Every volume in this series is a winner for quality content, but this one ups the ante and then some. Not rockabilly's greatest, just some of its very best. Excellent liner notes and information from Bill Millar top this stellar package. ~ Cub Koda

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