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Rockabilly Music / Style

I have recently fell in love with the Rockabilly music and the whole style of the 50's. I'm hoping there are others out there that feel the same way. I love to hear a great Jerry Lee Lewis, or early Elvis song come on radio or better from my 33 LP's so share your opinions or love for the Rockabilly culture and music!

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Record shops to visit!

Started by Timothy W. Allen Feb 25, 2013. 0 Replies

Do to my job I travel alot, mostly in the midwest, and during my travels I love to hit the local record shops in the town I am visiting. I love flipping through boxes of vinyl hoping to find that…Continue

What have you bought lately? OLD or NEW!

Started by Timothy W. Allen Jun 24, 2012. 0 Replies

Had a great weekend picked up some awesome vinyl 33's and can't wait to get em on the turntable. Got 3 Johnny Cash albums, 2 Sun records The songs that made him famous, Jerry Lee Lewis, Ole Tyme…Continue

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Comment by Timothy W. Allen on July 11, 2012 at 10:37pm

Have been finding some awesome early rock and rockabilly LP's lately, Cash, Lee Lewis, stray cats, but the real prize is the 7 LP Buddy Holly Set still factory sealed. But the best part is it still has the original decal on the front from THE Conway Twitty Record Shop in Nashville TN AWESOME!! I really really want to open and start listening but I'm torn because I don't want to open it either with the Conway decal still.

 

 

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