Unavailable in the U.S. Reissue of the 1981 sophomore album from the rockabilly trio. With Johnny Burnette's 'Baby Blue Eyes' this album has a killer opening track and is the beginning of over 35 minutes of red hot rockabilly 'n roll. Looking back nowadays on Gonna Ball, it seems like a minor masterpiece and probably the Stray Cats' finest album. The Cats are captured diggin' deep into early rock 'n' roll and even pre-rock 'n' roll roots music and far beyond the boundaries of rockabilly, served the Brian Setzer/Stray Cats way. Supported by various players, including Rolling Stones alumnus Ian Stewart, John Locke (Spirit/Nazareth) and on the saxophone there's New Orleans tenor legend Lee Allen (Fats Domino/Little Richard). The album ends with 'Crazy Mixed Up Kids', a psychobilly instrumental workout par excellence.
Unavailable in the U.S. Reissue of the 1981 sophomore album from the rockabilly trio. With Johnny Burnette's 'Baby Blue Eyes' this album has a killer opening track and is the beginning of over 35 minutes of red hot rockabilly 'n roll. Looking back nowadays on Gonna Ball, it seems like a minor masterpiece and probably the Stray Cats' finest album. The Cats are captured diggin' deep into early rock 'n' roll and even pre-rock 'n' roll roots music and far beyond the boundaries of rockabilly, served the Brian Setzer/Stray Cats way. Supported by various players, including Rolling Stones alumnus Ian Stewart, John Locke (Spirit/Nazareth) and on the saxophone there's New Orleans tenor legend Lee Allen (Fats Domino/Little Richard). The album ends with 'Crazy Mixed Up Kids', a psychobilly instrumental workout par excellence.
8718627226995

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Format: CD
Label: MUSIC ON CD
Rel. Date: 06/22/2018
UPC: 8718627226995

Gonna Ball (Hol)
Artist: Stray Cats
Format: CD
New: Available 13.99
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Baby Blue Eyes
2. Little Miss Prissy
3. Wasn't That Good
4. Crying Shame
5. (She'll Stay Just) One More Day
6. You Don't Believe Me
7. Gonna Ball
8. Wicked Whisky
9. Rev It Up and Go 1
10. Lonely Summer Nights 1
11. Crazy Mixed Up Kid

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Unavailable in the U.S. Reissue of the 1981 sophomore album from the rockabilly trio. With Johnny Burnette's 'Baby Blue Eyes' this album has a killer opening track and is the beginning of over 35 minutes of red hot rockabilly 'n roll. Looking back nowadays on Gonna Ball, it seems like a minor masterpiece and probably the Stray Cats' finest album. The Cats are captured diggin' deep into early rock 'n' roll and even pre-rock 'n' roll roots music and far beyond the boundaries of rockabilly, served the Brian Setzer/Stray Cats way. Supported by various players, including Rolling Stones alumnus Ian Stewart, John Locke (Spirit/Nazareth) and on the saxophone there's New Orleans tenor legend Lee Allen (Fats Domino/Little Richard). The album ends with 'Crazy Mixed Up Kids', a psychobilly instrumental workout par excellence.