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The Rockin' R's - Nameless c/w Heatdotdotdot
artworkThis is a 1959 single from The Rockin' R's, with both sides being modest rock instros. This band has gained legend status over the years among lo-fi fan, in part because of their honest rock'n'roll band sound, but they also wrote some pretty cool melodies.
Picks: Nameless

Track by Track Review


Nameless dotdotdot
Rock (Instrumental)

The Rockin' R's cut many an instro, most of which were gutty and progression based, with little melodic content. This is among the chunkier of their tracks, with spunky jagged rhythm and a soft sax. Primitive, but enjoyable.

Heat dotdotdot
Rock (Instrumental)

The Rockin' R's cut many crude guitar instros, most of which were more chord progressions than songs. "Heat," while chunky, is just a rock and roll grind.