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That'll Flat Git It!, Vol. 13 
1. Black Slacks - Joe Bennett
2. All I Can Do Is Cry - Wayne Walker
3. Bertha Lou - Clint Miller
4. I'm Hungry for Your Lovin' - Danny Dill
5. Don't You Hear Me Calling, Baby - Ronnie Haig
6. Everybody's Body - George Hamilton IV
7. Pretty Bad Blues - Ronnie Self
8. Rhonda Lee - Al Hendrix
9. I Want You - Jackie Lee Cochran
10. Baby She's Gone - Jack Scott
11. Rockateen - Satellites
12. Baby, Let's Play House - Vince Everett
13. You're Just My Kind - Jay B. Loyd
14. Later Baby - Johnny Janis
15. Boogie Woogie Country Girl - Jo Ann Campbell (previously unreleased)
16. Cotton Pickin' Rocker - Joe Bennett
17. Baby, Baby, Baby - Jerry Newton/Wayne Newton/Jerry & Wayne Newton
18. Doggone It Baby, I'm in Love - Clint Miller
19. Miss Lazy - Ron Toth
20. If You Can't Rock Me - Debbie Stevens
21. If You Don't Know, I Ain't Gonna Tell - George Hamilton IV
22. Bop Boy - Bill Hayes
23. Go Daddy Rock - Al Hendrix
24. Buy a Car - Jackie Lee Cochran
25. Two Timin' Woman - Jack Scott
26. Linda Jean - Satellites
27. I Ain't Gonna Be Your Lowdown Dog No More - Vince Everett
28. Cross My Heart - Jay B. Loyd
29. Come Back a Little Mama - Joey Du'Ambra
30. Pretty Girl - Dusters
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 15972
Bill Millar (Reissue)
The 13th volume of the THAT'LL FLAT...GIT IT! series presents 30 tracks of rockabilly from the vaults of ABC records, compiled by Bill Millar. The album includes big hits (Joe Bennett and the Sparkletones' "Black Slacks", Clint Miller's "Bertha Lou") and rarities (both sides of singles by Jay B. Loyd and Jackie Lee Cochran).
Personnel: Howard Childress, George Hamilton IV, Jack Scott, Joe Bennett & the Sparkletones, Al Hendrix, Ronnie Haig (vocals, guitar); Bobby Manfield (vocals, piano); Jerry Glenn Kennedy, Joseph W. Tanner, Robert Wetworth, Dave Rohillier, Jerry Adams, Joe South, Scotty Moore, Wayne Moss, Billy Grammer (guitar); Charlie McCoy (harmonica); Donald Emilian, George McGalaphin, Pooky Johnson, Jimmy Coe (saxophone); Troy Shondell, Harold R. "Ray Stevens" Ragsdale, Henry Canton (piano); Henry Strzelecki (electric bass); Earl Fox Walker, Jimmy Phillips, Lee DeFeilce, Dennis Beam, Dominic Scafone, Jimmy Denton, Buddy Harman (drums); William Paul Ackerman (percussion).
Liner Note Authors: Colin Escott; Sam Clark.
Recording information: Ace Studio, Boston, MA (04/24/1956-05/29/1963); Bakersfield, CA (04/24/1956-05/29/1963); Bell Sound Studio, New York, NY (04/24/1956-05/29/1963); Capitol Recording Studios, New York, NY (04/24/1956-05/29/1963); Chess Studio, Chicago, IL (04/24/1956-05/29/1963); Columbia Recording Studio, Nashville, TN (04/24/1956-05/29/1963); Nashville, TN (04/24/1956-05/29/1963); Phillips Studio, Nashville, TN (04/24/1956-05/29/1963); Springfield, MO (04/24/1956-05/29/1963); U.S Recording Co., Washington DC (04/24/1956-05/29/1963); Universal Sound Studio, Detroit, MI (04/24/1956-05/29/1963); WUNC, Swain Hall, University Of North Carolina, Chapel (04/24/1956-05/29/1963).
Illustrators: Colin Escott; Bill Millar; Stefan Wriedt; Klaus Kettner; Steve Lounsbury; Hans Peter Zdrenka; Diethold Leu; R.A. Andreas; Nick Brazell; Bo Berglind; Billy Miller.
Photographers: Colin Escott; Bill Millar; Stefan Wriedt; Klaus Kettner; Steve Lounsbury; Hans Peter Zdrenka; Diethold Leu; R.A. Andreas; Nick Brazell; Bo Berglind; Billy Miller.
Vol. 13 in Bear Family's excellent That'll Flat Git It! series chronicles ABC's attempts to cash in on the rock & roll craze. The 30 tracks were recorded between 1956 and 1962 and contain a very high ratio of hot rocking tunes. Most of the artists never made the big time, but that doesn't mean they weren't good. Some of the highlights of the set are Joe Bennett & the Sparkletones' romping "Black Slacks," Jackie Lee Cochran's wild "I Want You," the Satellites' primitive "Rockateen," Jo Ann Campbell's rip-roaring "Boogie Woogie Country Girl," Vince Everett's "I Ain't Gonna Be Your Lowdown Dog No More," and the Dusters' lo-fi rockabilly-doo wop rocker "Pretty Girl." Among the obscure artists are a couple of folks who made a name for themselves further down the road: George Hamilton IV delivers two songs from the mid-'50s when he was just beginning his career, and a very young Wayne Newton rocks out with his brother Jerry on the very cool "Baby, Baby, Baby." He isn't exactly Elvis but Wayne rocks surprisingly hard for a goofy-looking kid. There are also a couple of solid tracks from rockabilly royalty; Ronnie Self's tough as nails "Pretty Bad Blues" and Jack Scott's pounding rockers "Baby She's Gone" and "Two Timin' Woman" give ample proof as to why they were royalty. Their tracks stand head and shoulders above the rest of the disc. This is one of the strongest volumes in the series and is highly recommended to rockabilly fanatics and anyone who wants to hear an exciting bunch of wild early rockers. ~ Tim Sendra
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