1950s female vocal with bigband jazz. Classic sounding. Authentically recorded in 1954.Add to Playlist
“Why can’t a girl be satisfied?” Beatles style production on this track with that early Rock & Roll sound and lyric. Sounds straight off the vinyl. Has that vintage texture as well as the classic dance beat.Add to Playlist
That early Rock and Roll sound lives and breathes right here in this song. This male vocal pleads to be left alone. Four piece band production. Total Buddy Holly.Add to Playlist
With a Dion or Franki Vali style vocal this song captures that early Rock & Roll sound. Sounds straight off of American Bandstand. Vintage. Vintage recording from the early 1960s.Add to Playlist
Straight from a 1950’s High School dance this track has that slow dance beat that our grandparents all loved with the raked electric guitar strumming. A total Richie Valens style serenade.Add to Playlist
Authentic 1950s recording..
In the style of “Bobby Bare” and “Ray Price”
The relationship is over, but wondering “What Did I Do” to make it happen.
Authentically recorded in the 1950s
In the style of “Bobby Darin” “Elvis Presley” and “Johnny Lidell”
A sincere ballad about lost love and heartbreak.
This song was authentically recorded in the 1950s.
Upbeat fun retro rock and roll about a guy so deep in love
and happy he thinks it must be a dream.
This track fits on a playlist with Buddy Holly and Gene Vincent.Add to Playlist
This track was authentically recorded in the 1950s. Transport the listener back to the golden era of such artist’s as “Jim Reeves,” “Johnny Lidell,” and “Ray Price.”
Longing to regain a lost love. Heartfelt and emotional.