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Movin' On

by Country Cattin'

A delightful journey though rockabilly, hillbilly, honkytonk, roots, and traditional country
Genre: Country: Traditional Country
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1. Call Me Lonesome
Ray Price
3:09 $0.99
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2. Honky Tonk Girl
Hank Snow
2:05 $0.99
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3. Hangmans Boogie
Cowboy copas
2:24 $0.99
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4. See You in My Dreams
Merle Travis
2:48 $0.99
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5. Pinball Millionaire
Gene O'Quin
2:31 $0.99
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6. I Got a Problem
David Brown
2:20 $0.99
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7. Blue Days Black Nights
Buddy Holly
2:01 $0.99
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8. Hocus Pocus
Chet Atkins
1:44 $0.99
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9. I Believe in Love
Gene O'Quin
2:26 $0.99
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10. Convicted
Gene O'Quin
2:27 $0.99
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11. Dear John
Hank Williams
2:28 $0.99
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12. If Your Ever Lonely
Lefty Frizzell
3:02 $0.99
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13. Blues Come Around
Hank Williams
2:32 $0.99
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14. Mobilin' Baby
Gene O'Quin
2:08 $0.99
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15. Just Because
Elvis Presley
2:39 $0.99
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16. Movin' On
Hank Snow
2:39 $0.99
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
COUNTRY CATTIN' - BIOG-
Dave Brown - Vocals / Rhythm Guitar (Hicksville Bombers)
Mandy Stroud - Double Bass (Smokey Mountain Boys)
Johnny Vee - Lead Guitar (Cat Scratch Fever)
Chris Cummings - Lap-Steel (The Riverside Trio)
Country Cattin' was formed about 1999 with original members Dave Brown - Vocals/Rhythm Guitar, Paul Chambers - Double Bass, Nathan Young - Lead Guitar
Dave has always had a passion for the pure clean foot tapping sound of Country Rockabilly. The early Elvis, Johnny Cash, Johnny Horton, Buddy Holly, Hank Snow, Hank Williams to name just a few, he also loved the sound of a Double bass, when it's slapped it can replace the sound of a drum, so a project was born to recreate that type of sound. Dave's other passion is song writing which is why he loves country music because of the story telling within the songs. So he tries to combine these with Country Cattin'. With this line up two albums where released on Vampirella records- ' It's Saturday Night', and 'Talk of the town' both albums are played regularly on radio stations But with 'Talk of the town' the title track 'Talk of the town' got some airplay in Nashville, also the track 'A Tree In The Park' got played on radio 2 a few times both tracks where self-written. In 2004 a change in bass player Guy Trigg replaced Paul and another album was recorded, as it was Elvis' 70th Birthday coming up, also 50 years since Elvis' first recordings they where asked to play an early Elvis set at the Royal Concert Hall with some big stars as a tribute to Elvis, so with this in mind they recorded an album of early Elvis 'Sun' tracks in a vintage studio using the same instruments and recording techniques, 'Sun Worship' was released and has had some good reviews as well as a booking in France for an Elvis festival.
2005 has seen a big change in the line-up with the original members getting tired of travelling and Nathan going to Live in Spain with his parents things looked bleak for Country Cattin'.
Dave was determined to carry on his passion and so for a while used stand-in musicians until one day, Dave was let down at the last minute with a Bass player, so he rung up everyone he knew and finally found Mandy Stroud who is an excellent Double bass player and must be the best looking female bass player in the country. Mandy has had some great success playing with the popular 'Smokey Mountain Boys' she agreed to help out with the gig which proved a great success and has joined as a permanent Double bass player. Through the bands web-site Dave had advertised for a guitarist with the same passion and although had received quite a few enquires he eventually got Johnny Vagianos who's enthusiasm impressed Dave before even meeting him, The three did a gig together and got on like a house on fire, Johnny was just what the band was looking for and a little bit more, His playing ability doing Merle Travis / Chet Atkins / Scotty Moore is breath taking. So with the trio on full steam again they practised and arranged a recording session at the Riverside recording studios in Blackpool, The Studio is owned by Chris Cummings who also has a passion for the same style of music, playing and recording it. They recorded some tracks with Chris playing Lap-steel on most of the tracks as well, the results where much better than they had hoped for with Chris being just as excited as the band. Dave having seen Chris's enthusiasm asked if he'd like to guest with them at the top gig of the year 'The Americana' he eagerly accepted, the gig was a success and Chris has been to every gig since, Chris's Steel has greatly improved the Country Cattin' sound and has been going down great at gigs playing both Country and Rock'n'Roll shows. The new album 'Movin' On' has now been released and has been receiving some great Magazine reviews. 2005 has seen them play the Americana, South will rise again, Rhythm Riot, Wild In The Country, Country meets rock'n'roll festivals with bookings coming in fast and cd's selling well things have finally got together for Country Cattin'. When you see Country Cattin' you'll see a band that really enjoy what there doing, they all have a passion for the music and love performing, giving covers there own style and filling in with a lot of self-written material. So checkout them when you can you won't be disappointed.
Bookings/ CD sales more info -
Tel - 01522-874104
e-mail - countrycattin@ntlworld.com
www.hicksvillebombers.co.uk

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Fred Turgis

Fantastic CD
Hi,
just wanted to tell you that I received your cd.
the mp3's were good but the whole cd is fantastic!!
excellent !!
Be sure to read a review in the forthcoming issue.

Fred - Jumpin' from 6 to 6
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Tony Page


Great selection, very enjoyable. Love a good cd with country sound - and this one brill.
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Andy Brown

Good song and some foot tappin' tunes
I have the cd in the car all the time and it turns heads when playing loud. The song Pinball Millionaire keeps the fingers tapping the wheel on those long journeys. The double bass sound on the Hangmans Boogie keeps the song going.

Got to buy the cd and play loud and be proud....
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Irene

You will never be lonesome with a CD like this. Fantastic
The CD is fantastic. Being a Country fan you will never be lonesome from now on. Really loved it from start to finish.
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Irene

You will never be lonesome with a CD like this. Fantastic
The CD is fantastic. Being a Country fan you will never be lonesome from now on. Really loved it from start to finish.
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Fred "Virgil" Turgis - Jumpin' from 6 to 6

woah !!!!
It's been a long time since I heard such a good british band. With this album they can stand proudly near The Riverside Trio or The Rimshots. Hillbilly boogie, honky tonk with a bit of rockabilly, what could you ask for more?
Dave Brown's voice is excellent (it sometimes makes me think about Johnny Horton), Johnny Vee's guitar skills is also amazing. From rockabilly licks to chet Atkin's (I'll see you in my dreams) he knows them all!Don't forget the slap bass and the steel guitar works and you have an absolute must have. But while you read this, you're listening to the clips and it worths all the words I could write. Buy it!!!!!
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DJ Wildgoner

Brilliant, well done lads!
Wow, what a killer record!! It ´s a real must have for every hep kat diggin´early 50s Rockabilly and real country in the tradion of the late 40s to mid 50s. It´s without any doubt their best album so far and I think this the bands best line up ever. The sound is period perfect. Buy or die!
DJ Wildgoner - Rock´n´Roll Weekenders Walldorf - Germany
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www.GreatIndieMusic.com

Old time country very well done
Country Cattin' do a fantastic job on this cd. Keep up the good work!
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