The latest edition of this great series for hot rodders. If you drive a car or have at least a driving license you need to buy this CD.
HOT CARS! HOT MUSIC!
Popular "Hot Rod Music" saw its heyday during the late 1950's and early-mid 1960's. The most well known songs were penned and performed mainly by a small group of young Southern California musicians and part-time hot rodders in '63 - '64.
But most of us real rockers know that as soon as the first automobile wheels began rolling off the assembly lines of Detroit, real "hot rod" records began rolling onto jukeboxes and DJ's turntables. "Hot Rod Boogies" waved the starting flag for many a car enthusiast's imagination and sparked the beginning of a musical genre all it's own.
Authentic mid 1950's rockabilly music can trace much of it's early inspiration and fast rhythms to a teenager's love of driving fast cars and owning hopped-up rods.
01 Larry Dowd & The Rock-A-Tones - Pink Cadillac
02 The Hall Brothers - My White Convertable
03 Maynard Horlick - Rollin Down The Street
04 Jerry Arnold - Race For Time
05 Howard Brady - Hot Rod Boogie
06 Doc Starkes - Women & Cadillacs
07 Merrill Moore - Hard Top Race
08 Rome Johnson - Truck Driver Blues
09 Gene Vincent & The Blue Caps - Rocky Road Blues
10 Snooky Lanson - Stop (Let Me Get Off The Bus)
11 Cookie Roberts - Draggin' The Drive-in's
12 Johnny Carr - Hittin' The Road
13 The Treniers - Get Out Of The Car
14 Gene Vincent - Race With The Devil
15 The Storey Sisters - Bad Motorcycle
16 The Delicates - Black & White Thunderbird
17 Ray Charles - Get On The Right Track Baby
18 The Coney Island Kids - Red Light - Green Light
19 Wally Hughes - Convertable Car
20 Gary Shelton - Kissin' At The Drive-In
21 Louis Prima - The Pump Song
22 Tab Hunter - The Lonesome Road
23 Baker Knight - Bring My Cadillac Back
24 Smiley Lewis - Down The Road
25 Don Pearly - Drag Race
26 Johnny Tyler - Devils Hot Rod