With "Boogie Machine" Ingo "Swingo" Müller (also Helldriver) has already released a respectably lively album, "finest Rock'n'Roll - as powerful as hardly a complete band can do it". was the scene's main medium Dynamite.
Since then, the Horst With No Name has also been on the road live without interruption and now presents a worthy successor in "Rockabilly". The impetuous live feeling was once again undisputedly placed in the foreground during the recordings, yet it is noticeable that the sound appears much more differentiated and clear and interesting contrasts are created by additionally recorded instruments such as organ, sitar, theremin, pedal-steel guitar or monotron.
17 songs, 16 of which are original compositions, which include Garage Blues, Surf-Beat, Country and Punk between classical Rockabilly. Not a classic oldschool rockabilly album, as the title suggests, but a burlesque bubbling cocktail of the coolest sounds of the early years of pop culture, performed by Ingo with dry North German humour. More complex and varied than "Boogie Machine", "Rockabilly" is a real hit, which should run on every scene party! Almost 40 min. total playing time, beautiful 4c artwork including 8-page booklet.
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