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Cut Loose - Deke Dickerson* - Deke Down Under! (Vinyl)

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  1. Shop Number One Hit Record & More Million Sellers(2Cd). Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.
  2. If you liked Deke's previous single cut in Memphis with the Bo-Keys, no doubt that you will LOVE this one. Not only Deke Dickerson reunited with the Bo-Keys for four sides of juicy Memphis soul but he also had the good idea to team with rock’n’roll and rhythm’n’ blues diva Nikki Hill/5(6).
  3. Check out Echosonic Eldorado by Deke Dickerson on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on orvygercouicalomounnobobsninneade.coinfo5/5(2).
  4. Fortunately, they bail enough hay to keep the purists from upsetting the cracker barrel. The Dave & Deke Combo (named after singer/guitarist Dave Stuckey and guitarist/crooner Deke Dickerson) motor down the lonesome road pickin' and grinnin' like a bunch of squares who equally adore Elvis, Bob Wills & The Texas Playboys, and Hank Williams.5/5(3).
  5. Embarking on a solo career in , Deke was immediately signed to HighTone Records and released three albums for the label, touring nationally as a solo act and as an opening band for Cake, Mike Ness, and the Reverend Horton Heat (who has written on his website: "Deke Dickerson is the best rockabilly guitarist in the world!").
  6. The Deke Down Under EP is a limited pressing that contains a compact disc and vinyl 7" of identical material. These are actually studio tracks, not live tracks, as the title might lead you to believe, and finely recorded ones at that.7/
  7. Check out Number One Hit Record! & More Million Sellers by Deke Dickerson on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on orvygercouicalomounnobobsninneade.coinfo(8).
  8. “Cut Loose” is a good rockin’ song, with frantic piano and savage guitar and probably one of the wildest tune Dickerson recorded under his name. With a name like “Eefin’ Rock” you know what to expect from this song. Imagine some Link Wray instrumental with handclaps and right in the middle “eefin”.
  9. It's called Bringing Back the Trash, by Deke Dickerson & The Trashmen. For me, I love The Trashmen, and people like to identify them as a one — hit — wonder novelty record band, but if you're into surf music, Tony Andreason of The Trashmen I think is like the great underrated surf guitar player.

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