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V/A - MICHIGAN ROCKERS
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V/A - MICHIGAN ROCKERS

Format: CD
Artist: Various Artists
Title: Michigan Rockers – Johnny Powers & Friends
Style: Rockabilly
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Johnny Powers & his Rockets - Honey Let's Go (To A Rock And Roll Show)
Johnny Powers & his Rockets - Your Love
Johnny Powers with Stan Getz & his Tom Cats - Long Blond Hair, Red Rose Lips
Johnny Powers with Stan Getz & his Tom Cats - Rock Rock
Johnny "Scat" Brown - Indeed I Do
Johnny "Scat" Brown - Mama Rock
Johnny Powers - With Your Love, With Your Kiss
Johnny Powers - Be Mine, All Mine
Bob & The Rockbillies - Your Kind Of Love
Harold L & The Offbeats - Three Years
Jimmy Wayne & The Galaxies - You Shake Me
Jimmy Franklin with Pete De Bree & The Wanderers - Long Tall Lou (From Louisville)
Roy Hall & his Alley Cats - Dig, Everybody, Dig That Boogie
Lafayette-Yarborough - Livin' Doll
Vic Gallon - I'm Gone
Jimmy Gartin & his Bad Cats - Honey Won't You Love Me
Jimmy Kirkland with Stan Getz & his Tom Cats - Come On Baby
Dell Vaughn with The Fortune-Aires- Rock The Universe
Bobby Smith - Bevy Mae
Roy Hall & his Jumping Cats - Three Alley Cats
Harold L & The Offbeats - Connie
Ray Taylor & The Alabama Pals - Connie Lou
Roy Kelly - Rock and Roll Rock
Leon James & The Rhythm Rockers - Thinkin' About You
Ellis Kirk & The Town And Country Boys - Sweetie Pie
Jimmy Kirkland with Stan Getz & his Tom Cats - I Wonder If You Wonder
Lafayette-Yarborough - Cool, Cool Baby
Leon James with Walter Atkins & his Homotones - Baby, Let's Rock
Bobby Smith - She's Gone From Me
Farris Wilder - It's All Your Fault
Bob & The Rockbillies - Baby, Why Did You Have To Go
Ray Taylor & The Alabama Pals - My Hamtramck Baby
Jimmy Carroll - Big Green Car
Jimmy Franklin with Pete De Bree & The Wanderers - Hey, Mr Presley!


On paper, Michigan seems an unlikely candidate for a rockabilly hotbed, yet because of its plentiful jobs in the steel and automobile industries centred around Detroit, the state became a magnet for Southerners in the 1930s and 1940s and, consequently, a healthy market for country and blues music developed into one for rockabilly amongst the children of the migrants. Boasting the longest freshwater coastline of any of the US states, there is nothing wet about the searing rock 'n' roll laid down by the likes of Johnny Powers nor the wealth of recordings made at the tiny Fortune Studio in Detroit and others dotted around the state long before Motown held sway




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