Johnny Law and The Pistol Packin Daddies | Crazy Love

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Crazy Love

by Johnny Law and The Pistol Packin Daddies

australian authentic rockabilly
Genre: Rock: Rockabilly
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1. Be Boppin' Baby
1:39 album only
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2. Go Ahead Baby
2:09 album only
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3. Crazy Love
2:18 album only
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4. Get On Down Tonight
2:04 album only
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5. Lil' Heart Breaker
1:57 album only
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6. I'll Always Love You
2:17 album only
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7. I Don't Want You Around
2:41 album only
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8. Goodbye Goodbye
2:04 album only
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9. Big Bad Blues
2:52 album only
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10. Tennessee Toddy
2:26 album only
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11. The Woman I Love
1:58 album only
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12. Doggone Girl
2:20 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Johnny Law & the Pistol Packin' Daddies are from Perth, Western Australia who formed back in 2001 and since then have been playing around the country including a gig in Hollywood and Vegas in early 2006. Johnny Law & the Pistol Packin' Daddies' second CD, 'Crazy Love' is now available. Good friend Richie Balazic (Rusty & The Dragstrip Trio) helped to produce the CD, as well as handling the double bass playin'. The CD contains eight tracks written by Johnny Law and four covers. Covers include The Woman I Love (Gene Terry), Go Ahead Baby (Luke MacDaniel), Tennessee Toddy (Marty Robbins) and Goodbye Goodbye (Joe Clay) featuring Felix Potier on lead vocals

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THOMAS ROSLAN


Think Gene Vincent. They are that good. This album rocks. You would think it's right out of 1957.
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John Delatoni

Mr
great CD! do yourself a favour and buy it!!
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