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Barry Ryan - And God Said "Let There Be Rockabilly"

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Barry had been a member of the Rockats since 1980 and for 10 years he played guitar for Robert Gordon. Around '84/'85 he started Lucky 7, a Cajun/rockabilly band. In 1984 Barry also appeared with The Rockats in the movie "Where The Boys Are" and also had a song titled "Love You Anyway" in "The General's Daughter", a John Travolta film. Currently, Barry Ryan fronts a band called Rockabilly Express - a very rockin' band. He's been playing rock n' roll all over the world for the past 30 years and is still rockin' strong! Each note here reflects Barry's hard-earned experience and the exhilaration of rock n' roll. The electrifying sum of this release is instinct, nuance and fury.

1.   Ready To Rock

2.   Rockabilly Jamboree

3.   Rosalie

4.   I Was Wrong

5.   Love You Anyway

6.   Rock & Roll Radio

7.   Bandito

8.   Can't Buy Me Love

9.   It's Only Love

10. Tell Me Why

Artist Video

The Rockats Live 1982 - Take Me Back (03:02)
The Rockats perform "Take Me Back" live at Stages in Chicago, March 20 1982.
  • The Rockats Live 1982 - Take Me Back
    The Rockats perform "Take Me Back" live at Stages in Chicago, ...

CD Specifications

Label:
Blues Leaf Records
Year of Release:
2008
Cover / Insert:
4-Page/Panel 1/1 Professionally Printed
CD Face:
2-Color Ink Covering Disc
Container:
Standard Jewel Case with Black Tray & Shrink-Wrap
CD Manufacturing:
Professionally Replicated
Run Time:
32:40

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