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PostSubject: Re: Racism in rock-a-billy   Tue Nov 01, 2011 9:52 am

Sorry, Brett. The joke was directed at scatcatcnut, of the White Falcon avatar, who resurrected this thread.

And by resurrected, I wasn't implying any religious... oh, never mind!


What about a Blue Falcon?

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PostSubject: Re: Racism in rock-a-billy   Mon Dec 08, 2014 11:53 am

I wouldn't wanna be a part of anything that's racist, homophobic or anything like it and I am part of the rockabilly scene for more than 20 years now.

Regarding black rockabilly artists. Some people do forget the brilliant bands that were part of the late seventies/early eighties rockabilly scene like Buzz and the Flyers (Restless did a cover version of their New Girlfriend) or Colbert Hamilton and the Nitros.

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Buzz & the Flyers


Would Buzz Wayne be still part of the rockabilly scene if the scene would be racist? I Don't think so.

And by the way... lately in Europe their is some kind of "rhythm 'n' blues" craze which has its origins in black rock 'n'roll.
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