The Stardust Ramblers | This Lonesome Road

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This Lonesome Road

by The Stardust Ramblers

This album presents a great blend of rockabilly, hillbilly boogie, and western bop with plenty of 2 and 3 part harmonies throughout. If you like traditional sounding 1950s rock and roll with a country beat, check out this record.
Genre: Rock: Rockabilly
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1. Rocket Trip
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2. Baby, Baby
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3. Doing Things
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4. Tally Ho
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5. Hey Little Dreamboat
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6. Barely Any Memory
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7. Hey Now
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8. Will You Love Me
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9. Think It Over
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10. That's the Girl
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11. Broken Hearts and Memories
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12. My Own Two Eyes
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13. Big Daddy
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14. This Lonesome Road
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15. Rusty's Last Stand
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Stardust Ramblers are a Los Angeles based combo that entertains and attracts audiences young and old with their unique blend of rockabilly, country and western, jump blues, and hillbilly boogie. Along with a sound that echoes traces of Johnny Horton, Skeets McDonald, Louis Prima, and The Everly Brothers, their tight three-part harmonies are guaranteed to lure everybody to the dance floor. The Stardust Ramblers can also bring a tear to your beer with original heartbreaking ballads that every jukebox listener can relate and attest to. Check out their live videos on YouTube, visit their website for tour information as well as T-shirts, magnets, stickers, and more! And be sure to give them a "like" on Facebook!

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