The Ballroom Rockets | Atomic !

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Atomic !

by The Ballroom Rockets

1950s Rock and Roll and Rockabilly - recorded at the famous Lightning Recording Service . Finger snappin', toe tappin' good time rock and roll
Genre: Rock: 50's Rock
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1. Standing on A Rock
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2. Roll, Roll, Roll
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2:49 album only
3. Rock n' Roll Ruby
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4. Sweet Sweet Girl
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2:13 album only
5. Ridin' In the Moonlight
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3:39 album only
6. Tiki Twister
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3:04 album only
7. Keep on Knockin'
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1:58 album only
8. Teardrops On Your Letter
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9. Honky Tonk Man
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10. In Love With Jezebel
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11. Red Cadillac And A Black Moustache
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12. I'm A Lover Not A Fighter
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13. Let's Go
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14. Folsom Prison Blues
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15. Slow down
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16. Sugar Coated Love
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17. Good Rockin' Tonight
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18. Great Balls Of Fire
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Ballroom Rockets have blasted off and are soaring to unknown heights with their new CD "Atomic"! Aptly named, because this CD is "The Bomb"! What a real pleasure it was to listen and really enjoy all 18 songs.
Singer, bass player, Fabian Rosmaity comes on strong with sure vocals so convincingly done, you’d swear that boy came straight out of the hills of Tennessee. His bass playing
is unbelievably phenomenal. Singing and playing the bass like that, all I can say is "Wow"!
Also impressive is the guitar work of "Big Brother" Christoph Rosmaity. In a 3 piece band the guitar player carries "the weight of the world" on his shoulders and Christoph does this with "Herculean ease", bringing a refreshing sound and a new vitality to these songs. He is truly one of the best European guitarists in this "Genre" of music I’ve heard in a long time. Close your eyes and listen. Was that Duane Eddy sitting in? Did I just hear Scotty Moore? He’s all of that and more.
René Lieutenant is a strong and dynamic drummer. He sticks to ”the ole 2 and 4” like gum on your shoe and rides the hurricane, these guys are on like an anchored ship in
the sea. He also wrote one of my favourite songs on the CD "Tiki Twister". So put on your dancing shoes and grab your partner or park your old truck under the
shade tree, kick back and open up an "Ice cold beer", because here comes "The Ballroom Rockets"!!
Best wishes and keep on dancing,
Memo Gonzalez

The CD was recorded in The Lighning Recording Studio in Berlin, Germany, a one-stop destination from here to eternity. Its the true vintage sound, these boys really know how to rock the Ballroom !


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Daniel

Powerfull record, 18 great Tracks
Nice debut album, 18 rockin' tracks. These three boys know how to play, great choice of songs. Recorded completely on vintage equipment, The Ballroom Rockets mix up traditional Rockabilly style with the 50s Black Rock 'n' Roll sound and a shot of rockin' Rhythm & Blues. If you want to find out more about the band visit www.ballroom-rockets.com