Hollywood Barn Dance, the Dave and Deke Combo's second album (their debut was a British release in 1993), is full of sharp harmony singing, Dickerson's excellent guitar leads, and solid rhythms as the combo jumps from one dance-friendly cut to another, most of them (such as "Henpecked Peckerwood" and "Chrome Dome") originals written by Dickerson and.
Hollywood Barn Dance - Студийный альбом от The Dave And Deke Combo. В альбом вошло 18 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 46:11. The Dave And Deke Combo. Goin' Steady With the Blues.
More albums from The Dave And Deke Combo. There's Nothing Like an Old Hillbilly: Lost & Found Treasures 1991-2005.
Dave & Deke Combo, The Dave & Deke Combo. Hollywood Barn Dance (Album). Heyday Records (2). USA & Canada. Singles & EPs. BL-501. The Dave & Deke Combo. Chew Tobacco Rag (7", Single). Goofin' Records (2). GOOFY 552. Finland.
The Dave Deke Combo, a band of Los Angeles country rockabillies, consist of three Midwest transplants - leaders Dave Stuckey and Deke Dickerson, plus drummer Lance - and only one West Coast native, bassist Shorty. After releasing several 7" singles and an EP, the group's album debut, Moonshine Melodies, appeared in 1993 on the British label No Hit Records. After moving to Heyday in 1995, the Dave Deke Combo released Hollywood Barn Dance the following year.
Live at the Hollywood Bowl is the third official live album by the American rock band the Doors, released in May 1987 on Elektra Records. The concert was recorded on July 5, 1968, at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, the Doors' hometown. The 1987 LP release of this album is the Doors' shortest official release, at just 22 minutes and 19 seconds. A VHS video of the concert was also released, containing 14 songs.
The Dave & Deke Combo, a band of Los Angeles country rockabillies, consist of three Midwest transplants - leaders Dave Stuckey and Deke Dickerson, plus drummer Lance - and only one West Coast native, bassist Shorty. After moving to Heyday in 1995, the Dave & Deke Combo released Hollywood Barn Dance the following year.
In 1995, the band's acclaimed Hollywood Barn Dance album hit the shelves, but the combo amicably split up a year later so Dickerson and Stuckey could pursue other musical avenues. Shortly before the Dave & Deke Combo called it quits, Dickerson began moonlighting with the Go-Nuts, a garage-flavored "snak-rock" combo, in which he appeared as the masked "Donut Prince" as the band humorously celebrated the glories of junk food. In 1998, Dickerson debuted his new group, Deke Dickerson & His Ecco-Fonics (named for a brand of tape echo unit made in the 1950s).