This is Rip Carson & The Twilight Trio's second CD for Rollin' Rock Records.
The first one (Rip Carson & The Twilight Trio, Rollin' Rock CD-102) sold out
in a few months, because of the excitement generated by Rip's crazed
performances throughout California.
Rip Carson's youthful exhuberance and enthusiasm are winning him accolades
and new fans far removed from our usual rockabilly scene. We can see an
example of this crossover in the fact that his first CD is racing up the
charts of radio station KUCI outpolling many of the "indie rock",
"alternative", and "punk" acts which dominate these charts.
Rip Carson & The Twilight Trio are receiving such mainstream support without
compromising their authentic traditional American sound, as so many other
bands have done by adding hippie-type "fuzz" guitars, etc. These boys have
To Carson & The Trio there is nothing more modern and exciting than the Real
Rock, the Rock of Elvis, and Fats Domino and Little Richard and Gene Vincent
and the Johnny Burnette Trio, the Sound Of America's Youth, indeed!
This second CD offers us a good mix of savage wild rockers such as "Little
Red Hen", "Stand Back", "Heart Attack" and "After School Rock", and melodic
rockaballads such as "Can't Comfort Her", "Saw Ya Walkin'", "Another Bridge
To Burn" and "Stay For Me", showcasing Rip's versatile and varied style. The
superb talents of Danny Angulo on guitar, Reece Linley on bass and Santos on
drums are a perfect match for Carson's soulful emotional vocal stylings.
The teenagers in America are starting to get bored by all the phony plastic
synthesizer music produced by drug-fried brain-dead aging Hippies, and are
looking for an alternative to have a rockin' good time. They are looking for
a cure to this disease, this cancer which has engulfed America for 35 years,
and the cure is right here: RIP CARSON & THE TWILIGHT TRIO !!!!!!!!!!
-Rockin' Ronny Weiser, the Rockabilly Rebel Westerner from Las Vegas, the
Wild Wild West!!