That'll Flat Git It! Vol. 41: Rockabilly / Various - That'll Flat Git It! Vol. 41: Rockabilly / Various | RECORD STORE DAY
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1. Dick D'Agostin and The Swingers - Nancy Lynne
2. Sanford Clark - Love Charms
3. Jimmy Dee and The Offbeats - Don't Cry No More
4. Joyce Paul - Baby, You've Had It
5. Leroy Van Dyke - Honky Tonk Song
6. Tommy Danton ; The Echoes - Oh Yeah
7. The Casuals - Help Me
8. Jim Lowe - The Crossing
9. Al Reed and The Blue Notes - I Love Her So
10. Ken Copeland - Where The Rio De Rosa Flows
11. Keith Courvale - Steelworker Blues
12. Don Johnson - I'm Hypnotized
13. Snooky Lanson - Stop (Let Me Off The Bus)
14. Dick Lory - Cool It Baby
15. Earl Henry - Whatcha Gonna Do?
16. Ned Costner - Jeopardy
17. Howard Crockett - If You'll Let Me
18. Billy Adams - True Love Will Come Your Way
19. Ronnie Smith - My Babe
20. Jimmy Work - That's The Way It's Gonna Be
21. Billy Joe Tucker - Mail Train
22. Bob Denton - 24 Hour Night
23. Mac Wiseman - Hey, Mr. Blues Man
24. Leroy Van Dyke - My Good Mind Went Bad
25. Jackie Shannon - Trouble
26. Jimmy Dee - Here I Come
27. Sanford Clark - Modern Romance
28. Prentis Slade - Scrapiron
29. Tom Blair ; The West Coasters - Rock It
30. Al Casey - Come What May
31. Jimmy Newman - Step Aside Shallow Water (Let The Deep Sea Roll)
32. The Nighthawks - All'a Your Love
33. Mac Wiseman - The Meanest Blues In The World
34. The Casuals - Till You Come Back To Me
35. Sonny Curtis - A Pretty Girl
36. Robin Luke - Bad Boy
37. The Nighthawks - When Sin Stops

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That'll Flat Git It! Vol. 41: Rockabilly & Rock 'n' Roll From The Vaults Of Dot & Hamilton-The 41th installment in our popular CD series 'That'll Flat Git It!' featuring selections from the R'n'R and rockabilly catalogs of U.S. record labels is dedicated to Dot Records, a company otherwise known for pop covers of R&B hits. -For Bear Family Recordsr, Nico Feuerbach has selected an incredible 37 titles! -Well-known names like Leroy Van Dyke, Sanford Clark or Robin Luke share the job with lesser-known peers like Prentis Slade, Billy Joe Tucker, Ned Costner, a.m.o. -Extensive liner notes in the comprehensive illustrated booklet and meticulous mastering from the best accessible sources round out this release. -Another highlight in this far from finished series and a recommendation for all R'n'R and Rockabilly fans! Although the label tends to be best-known for it's pop covers of '50s R&B hits, Randy Wood's Dot Records with it's subsidiary Hamilton Records also issued more than it's share of legitimate rockabilly and rock and roll. Bear Family Recordsr' latest entry in it's 'That'll Flat Git It!' series salutes that side of the company's voluminous release slate, bringing together no less than 37 selections by a vast array of artists both well-known (Leroy Van Dyke, Jim Lowe, Sanford Clark, Jimmy Newman, Robin Luke) and demonstrably obscure (Prentis Slade, Billy Joe Tucker, Ned Costner, Keith Courvale, Tommy Danton & The Echoes), each one a winner. The Nighthawks' original When Sin Stops, Mac Wiseman's Hey, Mr. Blues Man, raspy-voiced Jimmy Dee and The Offbeats' Don't Cry No More and Here I Come, Tom Blair & The West Coasters' Rock It, and Sonny Curtis' A Pretty Girl underscore the wide-ranging artist roster that Dot amassed (the label commenced operations in Gallatin, Tennessee before relocating to Hollywood in 1957). Veteran pop crooner Snooky Lanson proves he could rock on Stop (Let Me Off The Bus), and latter-day TV evangelist Ken Copeland's seriously overheated cover of Where The Rio de Rosa Flows has to be heard to be believed!