Ronnie Hayward Combo | Tail Shaking

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Tail Shaking

by Ronnie Hayward Combo

Rockabilly country blues musician. First time ever this material appears on CD containing his recording sessions for Tail Records. Recorded all in vintage equipment.
Genre: Rock: Rockabilly
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1. Whyskey Falvored Kisses (Single)
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2:45 album only
2. We'll Get High
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1:53 album only
3. You Can't Tell Me Why
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1:31 album only
4. Ronnie's Blues #5
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1:29 album only
5. Pink Wedding Gown
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2:09 album only
6. One Way Ticket
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1:47 album only
7. No More For You
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1:50 album only
8. Mean Streak Mama
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2:49 album only
9. Lonesome Feeling
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2:10 album only
10. Quit My Cryin'
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1:51 album only
11. I Don't Like It
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1:42 album only
12. Honey I'm
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2:00 album only
13. Connie Lou
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14. Adrianna
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15. Beggin' Time
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16. 90 Miles An Hour
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Bourbon on the bar, hoping the cutie across the room wants to take a spin round the honky-tonk.Saturday night,pay packet in the pocket, it`s time to get tight and stay out of the fight.It`s time to get your tail shaking. Ronnie Hayward is on the stage and the room is full of folks that feel like family. Brother Bubba and that sexy sister-in-law just walked through the smoke filled room. Beers are real cold and the band is tearin` it up. Two stepping tonight and a doozy of a hangover tomorrow. There are no ex-lovers here, just the promise of a good time right here and now.
Jump on the outbound train of Ronnie Hayward`s "Tail Shaking" and you will hear the clickty clack of the railroad track taking you on a "One way ticket" to hillbilly heaven. Take the road of "Tail Shaking" and find out how good this western rockin hillbilly outfit can make you feel. Feel the Texas winds blowing with hometown heroes such as Hank, Merle Travis, High Noon, Carl Perkins. They are old favorites and now Ronnie Hayward will be your new hillbilly hoppin favorite. If you are dancing here`s tunes for you.If you are crying,weeping and moaning about this and that, Ronnie Hayward is going to take you home and sober that sorry soul up.This is a back porch on a rainy day with the best pickers in town over for songs and lies. This CD is road tunes, dancing under the stars and drinking the blues songs.
"Whiskey Flavored Kisses" is a tasty tune to wrap your lovin lips around. A jiving shuffler with a barrom backbeat. Jack Daniels approved. "Lonesome Feeling" rumbles with great guitar, rolling right into Burnett Brothers, all the while holding onto a great coral sound. "Pink Wedding Gown" is a `50`s story song that is an uptempo treat. Ronnie Hayward has got a tune that you will sing along to after the first time it`s heard.
Here is a CD where the music is thoughtfully arranged and each note purrs and hummms. There is a heartfelt connection between the lyrics and the instruments that make this a stellar recording.
Put this disc on shuffle and get your "Tail Shaking" right round where you are. Pour a J.D. and hook up with that hillbilly honey. Ronnie Hayward has the song just for you and your wild western dreams. Get going and get your "Tail Shaking"


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Dave (DJ HILL FUNK)

Nice country Rock-a-billy
Buy this you won't regret it..you'll find your always be going back to it.

For cats in the know !!!

capt.meat

good stuff
i love this cats tunes, kicks royal ass and knows his shit
i highly recommend this cd.

Fred "Virgil" Turgis - Jumpin' from 6 to 6

A fine blend of rural blues, rockabilly and hillbilly bop
This new cd from Ronnie Hayward is actually a very welcome reissue of material that was only available on vinyl ( “Somewhere Out There” on Tail Records, hence the title) with four previously unreleased tracks. You’ll find no slick production here, Ronnie’s music, a fine blend of rural blues, rockabilly and hillbilly bop, is raw and uncompromised. “Whiskey Flavored Kisses”, one of the four unreleased tune, appears here in a very different version than the one on “Too Many Chiefs”, without the slide guitar and with the emphasis put on the rhythm section : heavy strumming acoustic guitar and simple and effective drums and just one stroke of electric guitar in the middle. Simply brilliant. “We’ll Get High” sounds a bit like “Domino” with obsessive guitar and heavy slap bass. Changing mood, “You Cant Tell Me Why” has a kind of a rumba beat into it. Don’t be fooled by the name, “Ronnie’s Blues 5” is not a blues but more a uptempo hillbilly tune with Ronnie’s howlin’ vocal. “No more for you” is a country weeper with harmony on the refrain while “Mean Streak Mama” reflects Hayward’s blues side. Sure this guy in not always in tune, but the lack of exactness is highly compensated by the intensity and the sincerity of his interpretation. Isn’t that the most important with this type of music? Fans of Johnny Burnette’s Rock’n’Roll trio and specifically Paul Burlison will enjoy “Quit My Cryin’” with its “Rock-Billy Boogie” beat. “Honey I’m” is rather different than the other one, more modern if that word has some kind of signification for a Ronnie Hayward’s album, with drums rolls that put a constant tension in the song. “Beggin’ Time” is close to the original version and Hank Sow’s “90 Miles An Hour” could be compared to the best of Wayne Hancock. This comparison is not only valid for this song, both artist share something really simple, something that makes great artist, something called personality.

Jacky Dumery

Tail Shaking
Ronnie is a real Rockabilly rebel. His own songs are real gems and the covers outstanding. Keep
boppin' Ronnie

Jana

A good mix of rock'n' roll and ballads
A nice selection of rock 'n' roll and ballads very pleasant