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Who's Your Daddies

by Chrome Daddies

Truck Drivin Roadhouse Country Blues and Rockabilly with Western Swing
Genre: Country: Country Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. I'd Like To Get To Know Your Name
3:44 album only
2. Just The Same
3:38 album only
3. Virginia Belle
3:54 album only
4. Drinkin' My Heart In Two
4:11 album only
5. Spin My Wheels
3:24 album only
6. I'm Not Happy
4:13 album only
7. No News Is Good News
3:54 album only
8. Drive For A Livin'
3:18 album only
9. Little Joe From Chicago
2:34 album only
10. The XXXX Song
2:48 album only
11. Honky Tonk Night Time Man
3:50 album only
12. No Mercy For Swine
4:31 album only
13. Race Is On
3:45 album only
14. T For Texas
4:56 album only
15. Dearest Darlin'
7:34 album only


Album Notes
Just who are these cats known as The Chrome Daddies?

Slappin double bass, slippery lap steel and a couple of other monkeys thrown in just to make them look good!

Shake down and limber up for Australia's hottest new swing on strings... Crash Craddock, Moon Mullican and Web Pierce have been brought into the 21stcentury.

The Chrome Daddies will entice you off your seat with an electrifying mix of Rockabilly, Western Swing, Roots & Bluesabilly & good ol' New Country.

If you can't dance, smile or nurse a breaking heart to this music (perhaps all simultaneously) your probably dead and seeking medical advice is a serious option

This band has no fear of sound level meters and have attracted a devoted following right across this little rockin' blue planet.



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Wayne Silverdale

Excellent. 5 stars
Who's your Daddies is a fine crossover album that cuts through many genres of music but stays true to the 'roots' aspect. If you love alternate country, blues, rockabilly or western swing, then this album is for you.
Rock on Chrome Daddies!

Merle Bassmer

Better than BR5-49 and Dale Watson
This is the best truck drivin music I have ever heard. But its more than that its a crossover of Western Swing, Rockabilly and Blues mixed in a modern roadhouse rock style. I love it ! Country music from Australia ! I'm living in Texas and raised up with country music. This is the real thing they are kickin' butt for sure.


Sounding like a combination of BR5-49 and Jason and the Scorchers, this Australian band makes up in enthusiasm what it occasionally lacks in polish. The studio cuts sound like they were recorded in two very different facilities, one considerably more primitive with the lead vocal buried in the mix. This detracts from some superior original material, which begs to be redone by a major retro-country artist like Hank Williams III or Dale Watson. If any of their other CDs hit the bargain bin, I'm buyin'!

BR5-49 fan

i thought BR5-49 were my favorite band.........not anymore!!!!!!!

Annee Lee, WVKR NY, USA

Butt-kickin' blue country rock'n'roll!
This was the first Chrome Daddies release I picked up and it inspired me to buy everything they've put out so far. I'm playing cuts from this one on Blues, Rockabilly, and Rock'n'Roll shows, and their high-energy swingin' music kicks butt on most of the other stuff on the air... we want more!


3,5 from 5 points

“Who’s Your Daddies?”

(Rhythm Bomb Records)

(3,5) J J J J

We zijn de jongste jaren het één en ander gewoon geraakt vanuit the land down under, maar dit hadden we nog niet gehad… De Chrome Daddies zijn een vier man sterk Australisch gezelschap bestaande uit “Diamond” Doug Wilshire (zang, steel, gitaar, banjo), Stuart Docherty (lead- en slidegitaar), Geoff Townsley (drums, zang) en Antonio Chico Lopez (double bass), dat op zijn tweede cd “Who’s Your Daddies?” een aanstekelijke mix van rockabilly, Western swing, (alt.) country en blues laat horen. De door het stevig aan de weg timmerende Duitse label Rhythm Bomb Records uitgebrachte uitvoering bevat naast de elf eigenlijke albumtracks als bonus ook nog eens vier in oktober van 2001 in Adelaide gemaakte live-opnames.

En er valt nogal wat te beleven gedurende die in totaal vijftien tracks. Teveel om op te sommen eigenlijk, maar onze favorieten willen we je toch niet onthouden. Eerst en vooral is dat de heerlijke retro country van “Drinkin’ My Heart In Two”. Maar ook de wilde rockabilly van “Little Joe From Chicago”, het veelzeggend getitelde “Honky Tonk Night Time Man”, het aan het werk van de Derailers verwante “Just The Same” en een spetterende live-uitvoering van de George Jones classic “The Race Is On” zijn lekkere lappen rootsmuziek voor de eenentwintigste eeuw, waar wij ons met veel plezier aan overgeven.

Joe Ross, Bluegrass Now

High-geared rock music that's full of energy altho lacking some lustre
The Chrome Daddies formed in 1998 as a rockabilly trio, and the now the group is a four-piece with Doug Wilshire (steel, guitar, banjo), Geoff Townsley (drums), Antonio "Chico" Lopez (upright bass) and Stuart Docherty (lead guitar, slide guitar). I would describe their sound as down-and-dirty rock 'n roll. From Australia, the Chrome Daddies frequently play clubs, pubs and festivals throughout the country, and their second album, "Who's Your Daddies?" is sure to win them a larger fanbase for their red hot rocking. A third CD and European tour are also in the planning stage.

The Chrome Daddies' music is high-geared and full of energy. In concert, I suspect that they're loud, raucous, entertaining, and get everyone up on their feet. While the steel, slide guitar and original material help them define a signature sound, the Chrome Daddies have a fairly standard rock'n roll presentation with a classic flavor. The minimal vocal harmonies are a bit rough. Over half of the songs on "Who's Your Daddies?" were written by Doug Wilshire, and a few of my favorites were "Virginia Belle," "No News is Good News," and "The **** Song." The last four tracks are from a live gig at the Gov in Adelaide, and apparently bassist Steve Mitchell sat in with them that evening. Some especially fine guitar picking graces "Dearest Darlin'." Covers from Merle Haggard, George Jones and Bo Diddley are also included on this project. Most of the time, the Chrome Daddies live up to their name with some radiant, rowdy rock, but at times they lack some lustre of the shiny truck on the album's cover. (Joe Ross, staff writer, Bluegrass Now)

Blue Cat

Who's Your Daddies ?
I saw this band on their european tour in switzerland. Man did they rock. This album is full of truck drivin music, lot of steelguitar and an amazing version of the cherry poppin daddies NO MERCY for swine. Most songs written by their own with a little touch of rockabilly and blues. My favourite album this year for sure.

k , solomon r , soiomon

Good mixture of country and rock..Definately one to get everyo

k , solomon r , soiomon

Good mixture of country and rock..Definately one to get everyo
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