Vinyl 7"

Vinyl 7"

BLUELIGHT RECORDS(BLR451707)

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Ships 12/11/2021

DESCRIPTION

The new Hal Peters and His Trio album will be released soon.. but until then here is a peek of what's coming by way of a 7" vinyl single featuring the A-side "Big Bad Blues" which is also the opening track of the forthcoming album, but also two songs on the B-side, "Waitin' in School" and "This Train", which are released exclusively on this limited edition vinyl single!

Hal Peters and his Trio, founded in 1984 as Hal Peters Trio, have their focus on authentic rockabilly music. Their repertoire includes both self-penned material and carefully chosen covers from the songbook of rockabilly legends such as Sid King, George "Thumper" Jones, Carl Perkins and Mac Curtis. The band became popular pretty fast and is today an established and highly acclaimed act within the European rockabilly circuit.
Their debut album "Snatch It And Grab It" was released in 1986, and soon after gained wider exposure and distribution after having been released by the Dutch rockabilly specialist label Rockhouse Records. More albums and singles followed and somewhere down the road, after adding a drummer, the band became a quartet. Many gigs in Europe and the U.S.A. followed and Hal Peters and His Trio also backed 1950's legends Ray Campi, Joe Clay, Curtis Gordon, Mac Curtis and Hayden Thompson and the Swedish Hank Edwards. In the late 1980's the band expanded to a six-piece combo, leaning more towards western swing and performing as Hal Peters & His Countrymen. After a while they changed their name again, this time to Hal Peters & His String Dusters.

TRACK LIST

Side A
1. Big Bad Blues

Side B
1. Waitin' in School
2. This Train

Colour : None
Product type : Vinyl 7"
Item no. : BLR451707
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