Kristi Jean & Her Ne'er-Do-Wells | Country-Billy Collision

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Country-Billy Collision

by Kristi Jean & Her Ne'er-Do-Wells

A jumpin' collision between 1950's steel guitar infused county and bass-slapping', guitar-twangin' early rockabilly beats. Driven by the feisty and authentic voice of Kristi Jean, "Country-Billy Collision" relives the the days of swingin' 50's honky-tonks
Genre: Country: Country Boogie
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1. I'm Having a Party All by Myself
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2. Stop Look and Listen
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3. Cryin' in the Deep Blue Sea
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4. I Love You a Thousand Ways
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5. Oakie Boogie
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6. I Love You Honey
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7. Burn That Candle
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8. In the Jailhouse Now
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9. Your Cheating Heart
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10. Baby I Don't Care
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There was a collision of musical styles in the early 1950's: traditional country artists and their steel guitars ran headlong into a new jumpin' style of jazz and rhythm-and-blues with gritty guitars and cranked amplifiers. The result was the harbinger of rockabilly and early rock n' roll. The collision was a musical big-bang with a bright flash; but the flash was short-lived. Within a few years, the rockabilly and rock n' roll artists shunned their country roots. Kristi and Her Ne'er-Do-Wells re-introduces those twanging rockabilly guitars and slappin' doghouse basses with their steel guitar and country yodelin' roots. Get your dancing shoes ready."

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