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9 thoughts on “ Dean Carter Jailhouse Rock Rebel Woman

  1. Aug 24,  · Dean Carter: Jailhouse Rock/Rebel Woman (Milky Way MW) Can we get another "EEEEEYOWWWWWWW!!" here? Here's yet another five-star, 2-sided monster! This one comes from a wildman from Danville, Illinois who also recorded such killer sides as "Mary Sue" and "Run, Rabbit, Run." (As a matter of fact, 28 of Mr. Carter's sides can be yours if you.
  2. Apr 16,  · Rebel Woman / Jailhouse Rock, a Single by Dean Carter. Released in on Milky Way (catalog no. MW; Vinyl 7"). Genres: Garage Rock, Proto-Punk, Rock & Roll. Rated # in the best singles of , and # in /5(5).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Jailhouse Rock / Rebel Woman on Discogs. Label: Milky Way Records - MW • Format: Vinyl 7 Dean Carter - Jailhouse Rock / Rebel Woman (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(6).
  4. Dean Carter— Jailhouse Rock/Rebel Woman Released on Milky Way The Seth Man, January ce Out of his time and clean out of his mind, Dean Carter was a true original.
  5. Dean Carter discography and songs: Music profile for Dean Carter. Genres: Garage Rock, Proto-Punk, Rock & Roll. Albums include Mojo Music Guide Vol. 1: Instant Garage, Hail to the King!, and The Essential Pebbles Collection: Volume One. Rebel Woman / Jailhouse Rock. Sponsored links. 1 List Songs of the Year - RustyJames. Discussion.
  6. Dean Carter - Rebel Woman - Garage Rock Radio Milky Way Records ‎– MW, US Dean Carter was a true oddity of '60s rock. He was a singer-guitarist with the heart and much of the sound of a '50s r.
  7. Carter didn't put out a whole lot of records in the '60s, and those he did put out were heard by few. Yet one of those singles in particular, 's "Jailhouse Rock"/"Rebel Woman" (on the small Milky Way label), is highly valued by '60s garage collectors, even if its rockabilly influence made it a little anachronistic.
  8. Arlie Neaville is an American gospel singer and songwriter who has been active in music since the early s. For several years during the s he recorded and performed as Dean Carter, specializing in rockabilly and soul influenced garage rock displayed in songs such as "Rebel Woman" and a version of "Jailhouse Rock", but in the early s he switched to gospel, .

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