Deke Dickerson & The Ecco-Fonics, Go Nuts, The Dave And Deke Combo, The Real Bad News, The Swingin' Fezmen, Untamed Youth. Varianti: Stai visualizzando tutto Derek Dickerson. D. Dickerson, Deke Dickerson, Derek, Derek "Deke" Dickerson, Dickerson.
Also known as Deke Dickerson, Derek "Deke" Dickerson, Dickerson.
From his earliest days in the Untamed Youth and the Dave & Deke Combo, Deke Dickerson has been on a one-man crusade to preserve, protect, and present the coolest aspects of America's musical past, while reminding us just how wild and fun they can be. While often lumped in with rockabilly revivalists and surf mavens, Dickerson's passions know few boundaries, and he's as likely to brew up some Western swing or jump jazz as rhythm & blues, '60s garage rock, or jumpin' piano boogie.
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Deke Dickerson (born June 3, 1968) is an American singer, songwriter, guitarist and film composer. Dickerson was born in St. Louis, Missouri. After playing in several local rockabilly bands, Deke formed The Untamed Youth at age 17 in his hometown of Columbia, Missouri. In 1991 he moved to Los Angeles and joined Dave Stuckey to form the Dave & Deke Combo, a partnership that yielded two albums and a 2005 reunion at major rockabilly festivals
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Nothing but flat out rock and roll fun. "The World's Number One Instrumental Combo," Los Straitjackets, have crossed paths many times over the years with Dickerson, but this pairing on record is a match up for the ages. These guys have taken songs that are primarily remembered for their instrumental renditions over the years and added lyrics to them. In some cases, the lyrics already existed, in others, they dug for sources form the past to come up with some interesting takes. Case in point, 'You Can Count On Me,' otherwise known as the theme from 'Hawaii Five-0.
Deke Dickerson is an interesting man. Some people love him, while others aren't quite sure-and I for one have left my opinion on the fence for years. The Melody (Major Label Records) is Deke's sixth solo disc and will probably polarize his rockabilly fans again-some will get it, while others won't. Deke calls his newest release a concept album, "carefully engineered to bring you songs with melodies and hooks that you won't soon forget. Featuring nine originals out of the 15 included tracks, Deke opens with "Broken Heart", a 1958 rock-and-bop classic by the original Moonlighters (not to be confused with the modern New York City lounge band of the same name).
|A||T.J. Tuck & Roll|
|B||This Is Ecco-Fonic|
|EF-1001||Deke Dickerson*||T.J. Tuck & Roll / This Is Ecco-Fonic (7", Single, Ltd, Red)||Ecco-Fonic||EF-1001||US||1994|