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5 New Backing Tracks


Hi Guys, It's been a while, but we have been working on some new backing tracks in the studio.  Click on the links below:

Bigelow 6-200 backing track in the style of Brenda Lee. In the key of E Flat

 BIGELOW 6-200 This is a track which was coupled with “Jambalaya”, that was released in 1956. The female singer was then known as little Brenda Lee and later went on to be Brenda Lee or little Miss Dynamite. This is one of her finest rockabilly tracks


Whatever It Takes backing track in the style of Orion, in the key of B

 WHAT EVER IT TAKES This is an amazing song by (probably one of the best Elvis sound-alikes in the business) Simply known as Orion or in his early career, Jimmy Ellis. This is a great track with amazing lyrics. This is one for all you E.T.A’s out there, that would like to add something a little bit special to their shows. 

Blue Days, Black Nights backing track in the style of Buddy Holly, in the key of A

 BLUE DAYS, BLACK NIGHTS Every rock n roll / rockabilly fan will know of this song. Recorded in 1956 by the legend that is Buddy Holly. This to us is a work of art as we have had a very special guest musician play lead guitar on this track none other than Adrian McKenna 

King Cry Baby backing track, in the style of James Intveld, in the key of A (Male Version Only)


 KING CRY BABY (Male Version Only) This is a corker of a tune, taken from the movie “Cry Baby” which was one of Johnny Depp’s early acting roles, but featured James Intveld providing the vocal son this track, this version is for Male singers only. 

Tear It Up backing track, in the style of Shakin' Stevens, in the key of F

 TEAR IT UP Originally recorded by Johnny Burnette in the mid 50’s, this backing track is based on the version by Shakin’ Stevens. This particular track was featured on his 1990 album “There are two Kinds Of Music…Rock & Roll” A great track if you like your rock n roll with a bit of a bite.

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