Real obscure, wild & demented previously unreleased Mexican (?) 50s Rockers! No more information available.
Great unknown Alabama BLACK ROCK´N´ROLL ROCKER!
(1997/Norton) 4 tracks - Sleeve notes by Hasil Adkins! - Totally unknown, absolutely warped warblings of a band-less rock´ n´ roll cat strumming and howling and spelling out his name for good measure. These tracks sound ´50´s but had to have been cut in the 60´s, as he screeches ´´sock it to me´´ a few times and imitates a little girl yackin´ about Viet Nam. Timeless! - Welcome to the totally twisted world of Dean Morgan, a man so driven to expel his personal demons that he went forth and waxed the luminously deranged facets of his tortured personality not once, but twice for his own aptly nomered Rare label. Surprisingly, these crude sides date from the late sixties, as becomes apparent with Dean´s timely references to the Viet Nam War and Laugh In. Dean Morgan did not go on to fame and fortune in the recording industry. He won no awards for his chosen craft. Put simply, he made a couple of unruly records and vanished with a bloodcurdling screech into dark, cold anonymity. It is difficult not to listen to Dean Morgan. It is impossible not to hear him.
(SilverEagle/MCA1980) 19 tracks (unknown data, probl. Louisiana)
(Norton) 18 tracks (5 unissued) New England´s biggest fifties teen hit parade fare was the Tune Weavers´ hokey call to swoon Happy Happy Birthday Baby, but y´all know the charts don´t mean squat here at Norton and after mucho diggin´ around, we´ve uncovered over seventy frantic rockers (nearly half unissued!) from the US of A´s seemingly staid upper right hand corner! Loads of pix, stories and above all, sonic rackets from celebrated maniacs like Gene ´Gangwar´ Maltais and Mel ´Rattle Shakin´ Mama´ McGonnigle to unknown hipsters like Frankie Rose & the Imperials and Bunky & the Rocktones!