Young Savages | Untamed

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by Young Savages

Wild, savage 1950s Bop from youthful Rockabilly trio The Young Savages.
Genre: Rock: Rockabilly
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1. Mean Mean Mama
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2. Top Down Mama
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3. Call Me
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4. Honey Bun
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5. Baby What Ya Doing Now?
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6. Burning the Wind
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7. Bloodshot Eyes
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8. Fast Daddy Boogie
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9. Bring Back What We Had
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10. Cadillac Blues
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11. Bow Legged Baby
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Album Notes
Three young brothers performing 1950s rockabilly music just how it was originally intended to be - raw, savage and full of youthful energy! Despite their ages, Gordon, Tom and David Doel already have a wealth of experience playing real rockin' music. In their school years they became well know performing under the name Schoolhouse Rock - regularly gigging, making radio appearances and having tracks released on Rockabilly compilation albums. Highlights for the trio included appearing alongside rockabilly legends Ray Campi and Sonny George.
After a short break from performing as a live band, the Doel Brothers re-invented themselves as The Young Savages, a name which far better suits their style of rockabilly. This debut album is fittingly titled "Untamed" and is produced by rockabilly heavyweights Boz Boorer (Polecats) and Ian Speller (Rusti Steel & The Tintax) both of whom also make guest appearances as musicians.


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