Two CD set from the vaults of HIGHTONE RECORDS released at MID-PRICE.
DEKE DICKERSON’S expertise as a guitarist began to evolve into the definitive DICKERSON style; part Rockabilly, part Surf and Rock n’ Roll, with a strong dash of the ROY NICHOLS jazzy style of Country guitar.
In 1998, with his new band the ECCO-FONICS and armed with his trademark custom double neck Mosrite guitar, he recorded his first album ‘Number One Hit Record’ which featured Nevada rockabilly legend LARRY COLLINS and CLAUDE TRENIER of the legendary R n’B greats the TRENIERS.
More Million Sellers released a year later, embraces Honkey Tonk Country, Surf, Rockabilly, Western Swing, early sixties Pop, and Doo-Wop.
Albums like these are the reasons Roots music thrives and survives.
Mexicali Rose, Can’t See the Forest for the Trees, Hod Rod Queen, Snatch It & Grab It, Lady Killin’ Papa, Feelin’ Low, What’s That Cookin’, Jumpin’ Bean, The End of the Line, Sparkin’ Introduction, Poontang, Guitar on Orbit Pt.37, I Gotta Date To Cut A Cake, Peroxide Blonde, Long Time In The Ground.
Let The Good Times Roll, I’m A Wreck, Rockin’ Gypsy, Nightmare of a Woman, Broken Down & Broken Hearted, I Gave My Heart Before, My Name Is Deke, You’re My Cadillac, Mean Son of A Gun, So Long I’m Gone, Tropical Island Boogie Serenade, I Think You Gotta Pay For That, Red Headed Woman, Closing Theme from Jerry Scoggins, Radio Spots for Disc Jockeys.