On the thirty-song Stroll-a-Rama Volume Two there is a mixture of several strolling tempos, Rhythm & Blues, Doo Wop, Rockabilly, and White Rock ‘N’ Roll, which is chosen for different locations, large festivals, your local dance-hall or a small and dark cellar bar.
Included Rhythm & Blues artists are; The Dories, The Nutmegs, Wilbert Harrison and Willie Cobbs and Rockabilly and Hillbilly performers comprise of; Bob Vidone and The Rhythm Rockers, The Playboys, The Sting-Rays, Zeb Turner and Bailey’s Nervous Kats, Wanda Jackson and the little known Judy Harriet. Chuck Berry, Jack Scott, Dick Dale, and a post-Holly, Crickets line up bring Star quality into the album. For additional variety of sound walking into the show are with interesting cover versions are; Vince Taylor, French rocker Jacky Moulière, and we go "down-under" to introduce you to the talent of The Keil Isles.
To end the album Rhythm Bomb Records, provide two recordings from their roster, German outfit, The Round-Up Boys and Italians, Vince and The Sun Boppers who walk the album to a close.
Atomicat endeavors to use some lesser-known and for some, perhaps more obscure titles and add something unexpected to every album. Most certainly one person’s stroll can be another’s jive, and different clubs and countries do not dance at the same tempo, and we do not aim to preach only to give you danceable music.
This album is compiled by well-known Dee Jay and face on the music scene Mark Armstrong, who has been Dee Jaying since his early teen years. Our albums have; stunning design, sleeve notes, songs, mastered for the best possible sound available. The disc is housed in an attractively designed cardboard sleeve, specially constructed to avoid the use of plastic and be environmentally friendly.
01 Bob Vidone and The Rhythm Rockers Going My Way (Vidone) Fleetwood 1958
02 The Velvetones Penalty Of Love (Ashburn, Stanley) D 1959
03 The Playboys Jungle Fever (Engel) Rik 1959
04 Chuck Miller with The Hugo Peretti Orchestra Baltimore Jones (Gallop, Emer) Mercury 1955
05 Jack Scott One Of These Days (Scott) Capitol 1961
06 Lou Josie and The Spinners Why Did You Leave Me (Josie) Argo 1958
07 Cruisers Betty Ann (Eager, Wood) Coda 1958
08 Sonny Knight Teenage Party (Morgan) Go Go 1962
09 Dories Stompin' Sh-Boom (Keyes, Feaster, McRae, Edwards) Dore 1962
10 Judy Harriet with Hall Daniel's Orchestra Goliath (Big Man) (Baxter, Adelson) AIR 1959
11 Joe South Chills (South) NRC 1959
12 Vince Taylor What'Cha Gonna Do (Willis) Palette 1962
13 The Keil Isles vocal Herma Kei C'mon Baby (Knox) Tanza 1959
14 Mac Burney and The Four Jacks Tired Of Your Sexy Ways (Geddins, McBurney) Aladdin 1955
15 The Nutmegs Betty Lou (Tyson) Herold 1955
16 The Sting-Rays Hot Sausage (Downs, Parana) Rose 1963
17 Dick Dale Jessie Pearl (Dale, Hodge) Del-Tone 1960
18 Chuck Berry I’m Talking About You (Berry) Chess 1961
19 Ronnie Keith with Scott Seely Orchestra Mad Cat Boogie (Victor) El Monte 1961
20 Jacky Moulière Donne N'attends Pas (Di Mucci, Maresca, adaptation française, Aber) Salvador 1963
21 The Crickets Ting-A-Ling (Nugetre) Coral 1960
22 Admiral Tones Hey Hey Pretty Baby (Kern, Johns) Future 1959
23 Little Victor and The Vistas Time Marches On (Cole) Rendezvous 1962
24 Wilbert Harrison Don't Drop It (Fell) Savoy 1954
25 Willie Cobbs You Don't Love Me (Cobbs) Home Of The Blues 1960
26 Wanda Jackson Cool Love (Countryman, Jackson) Capitol 1960
27 Zeb Turner I Got Loaded (Harris) King 1951
28 Bailey’s Nervous Kats featuring Herb Kliebe Devil's Run (Mills, Smith, Kleibe, Bailey) Camelia 1960
29 The Round Up Boys I Just Can´t Get No Love (Praefcke) RBR 2015
30 Vince and The Sun Boppers The Lover´s Stroll (Mannino) RBR 2017