Mike Penny & his Moonshiners – Rock Me Daddy-O

Mike Penny & his Moonshiners - Rock Me Daddy-O

Mike Penny & his Moonshiners
Rock Me Daddy-O
RELEASE NR.: RBR-5872
LABEL: Rhythm Bomb Records
GENRE: Hillbilly
TRACKS: 12
FORMAT: CD deluxe ecopac

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Mike Penny & his Moonshiners are back with their third album by Rhythm Bomb Records and reconnect with “Texas Boogie”. Musically richer and more sophisticated, they continue to follow the path that their idols have established at the end of the forties up to the beginning of the 1950s: with “Rock Me Daddy-O”, the Country & Western elements move in the background and are replaced by Jumping Jive, Boogie and Rhythm’n Blues (greetings from Bill Haley). This makes “Rock Me Daddy-O” the most danceable album from the five Hillbillies and should not be missing at any party.
Worth mentioning in addition to the danceable Jive numbers such as “Daddy-O-Rock”, “Rompin’ Stompin’”, “Diggin’ The Boogie”, “Jump Jack Jump” or “How long must I wait”, a cool stroll version of the Indie-Song “Creep” (by Radiohead) as well as a cover of “18 Miles to Memphis”, which sounds almost as if it was the actual original version of the Stray Cats title.
“Rock Me Daddy-O” sounds both vintage and modern at the same time. This is quite intended because with the recording of the new album, Mike has also fulfilled his youth dream and built up his own studio with a mix of old analog and new digital technology. That certainly explains the long production time of one year.

  1. Rompin Stompin
  2. Fat Gal
  3. Daddy O Rock
  4. 18 Miles to Memphis
  5. Diggin' The Boogie
  6. Don't ever take my picture down
  7. How long must I wait for you
  8. Creep
  9. Four Five Times
  10. Dust
  11. Jump Jack Jump
  12. Copper Head