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|Big Daddy Sun & Outer Planets|
Big Daddy Sun & Outer Planets
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Originally released on vinyl in 1981, this classic release was unearthed by the Pravda Archive team of specialists and now is available on cd for the first time with never before heard bonus tracks. Remastered and sounding... more »
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Originally released on vinyl in 1981, this classic release was unearthed by the Pravda Archive team of specialists and now is available on cd for the first time with never before heard bonus tracks. Remastered and sounding as fresh as it did in 1981, Big daddy Sun and The Outer Planets combines rockabilly, swing, blues, and rock to create an addictive classic sound that made them a club favorite throughout the Midwest for many years. After many years, this gem of a release can be enjoyed by old and new fans of rockibilly, swing , and rock and roll. Includes the original artwork, new liner notes by Big Daddy, and 7 bonus tracks of later recorded music.
Out of this world REAL rockabilly
Katherine L. Priester | Milwaukee, wi United States | 01/05/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This stuff rocks! Big Daddy Sun and the Outer Planets were one of the hottest rockabilly bands touring inthe early 80's. I was so glad to see this issued on cd. When I listen to it- I swear that it sounds fresher and more rocking now than it did back then. These guys have the amazing ability to take traditional rockabilly and roots music and make it relevant and vibrant today. One listen to this cd and you will immediately throw out all of your Straycat music. This is the real thing: hiccupy, outrageous, on-the-edge, makes you get up and dance rockabilly. This cd captures the dangerous essence of roots music. You HAVE to hear songs like, "This chick is too young to Fry" or "60 minute man" or "train to nowhere" (my favorite)."
C. R. Herrick | Nokomis, Florida | 05/17/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"If you like rockabilly, this album is a must. This band is the essence of the genre. They were an absolute blast to see in person.....picture this as you listen: the bass player is down on the floor playing his stand up bass laying on his chest & then he gets up, lays on top of the bass and never misses a note! Last saw them winter of 82/83 at Lefty's in Green Bay, Wi."