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Billy Adams – Rock Me Baby

CD Review: Billy Adams – Rock Me Baby

by Christian Lamitschka for Country Music News International

Recorded in the years 1961-1969

Bear Family Records, ** digitally remastered *** digipack with extensive booklet.

Genres: Rockabilly / Rhythm & Blues

Had The Blues (Twist)

Looking For My Baby (Mary Ann)

Big M (Instrumental)

My Happiness (Instrumental)

Betty And Dupree

Got My Mojo Working

Trouble In Mind

Looking For Mary Ann

Reconsider Baby

Ruby Jane

Open The Door Richard

Rock Me Baby

Adam And Eve (In The Garden)

Dudley (The Do Right King)

Fee Bee (Instrumental)

Memphis Twist

Send Me Some Lovin ‘(Instrumental)

I’m Like Poison Ivy

Raining In My Heart

Love Me, Love Me, Cherry

Just Look Over Your Shoulder

Same Thing

Just Plain Hurt

‘Til Your Memory Goes Away

Ruby Jane -2

Trouble In Mind -2

Reconsider Baby -2

Love Me, Love Me, Cherry -2

Big M -2 Instrumental)

Memphis Twist -2

Billy’s Jazz (Instrumental)

 

Billy Adams became well known in the United States through many of his singles in the rockabilly scene in the 1950s and early 1960s. He was a musical contemporary of Bill Yates with whom he recorded some songs. On this CD we find a compilation from this era, some of which have never been published before. Some of it in different versions. Mostly very rocking (e.g. track 1, 6, 8, 14, 16, 18) then again bluesy and sappy (e.g. track 19-24). I like the duet on track 5 very much. In any case, the music is really good. For rockabilly and rock’n roll fans a must have CD, a reflection of the music scene in Memphis at the time.

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