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Calling Band To Stage - Brian Setzer & The Tomcats - Rock This Town


1997
Label: Collectables - COLCD 0701 • Format: CD Live • Country: US • Genre: Rock •
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The Tomcats were a band from PerivaleEngland in the early to mid sixties. They made some recordings, including renditions of The Stones' hits, such as " 19th Nervous Breakdown ". Tomcats was the name of Brian Setzer 's first rockabilly group, before transforming to the widely known Stray Cats.

While the Bloodless Pharaohs were playing in and out New York, the Tomcats were still holding forth out on Long Island developing the sound and style that would mark the Stray Cats. The Bloodless Pharaohs were going in one direction, while Brian Setzer was more interested in rockabilly. This resulted in the break-up of the Tomcats. In the summer ofthe trio sold their equipment and moved to London, taking the name Stray Cats.

Recorded live at TKs Place on May 24, This is Volume 2 of 7 live recordings, licensed by Gary Setzer and issued by Collectibles in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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8 Thoughts to “ Calling Band To Stage - Brian Setzer & The Tomcats - Rock This Town ”

  1. Malkree
    American band. Tomcats was the name of Brian Setzer 's first rockabilly group, before transforming to the widely known Stray Cats. With Brian Setzer on guitar and vocals, Gary Setzer on drums and Bob Beecher on bass, the trio began to play clubs at Long Island in At the time Brian Setzer and Bob Beecher were also participating.
  2. Meziktilar
    Rock This Town is the fourth disc of live material Collectables released from Brian Setzer & the Tom Cats. Unsurprisingly, it's quite similar to those that came before, containing 15 songs of high-octane rockabilly revival divided between covers ("Blue Jean Bop," "I Wanna Be Your Man," "Be-Bop-A-Lula," "Rip It Up," "Hound Dog") and originals 8/
  3. Kazigor
    Jun 23,  · BIG MAMA & THE CRAZY BLUES BAND - MYSTERY TRAIN Brian Setzer & Tomcats-Demos Rock This Town (East Coast Rock ) - Duration.
  4. Gajas
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Live CD release of Rock This Town on Discogs. Label: Collectables - COLCD • Format: CD Album Live • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Rockabilly Brian Setzer & The Tomcats (3) ‎– Rock This Town Early live performances from Brian Setzer's Rockabilly trio The Tom Cats.
  5. JoJoktilar
    The earliest recording on this Brian Setzer collection is Rock This Town, a Setzer tune that was among the ones Edmunds produced. It went to #9 in the UK, as did their first single, Runaway Boys. Both songs were later re-released as part of the BUILT FOR SPEED LP after the Stray Cats had signed with EMI America.
  6. Shagami
    Nov 30,  · Brian Setzer and the Tomcats (whom later became the Straycats) at their early rockabilly origins. The reality of being a `live' and truly `live' recording is somewhat disappointing. The disappointment is the poor sound recording quality. The tracks sound like the recording microphone was positioned a very long way back from the origin of sound.1/5(1).

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