A pair of albums from rockabilly legend Glen Glenn – one vintage, one with material from his great comeback stretch! First up is The Glen Glenn Story – an excellent collection of work from Glenn – a singer with roots in the Ozarks, but who made his later fame cutting some key early rockers on the LA scene of the 50s! This set's maybe the best chance you'll ever get to hearing Glen at his best – as it pulls together excellent cuts from the Era label that easily rival some of the best rockabilly from Memphis or other southern cities at the time – tracks that blast out of the box with Glenn's great guitar work, twanging style of singing, and strong use of bass at the bottom – a groove that still sounds great, even when things move into a slightly more mainstream vein. Many cuts here are familiar numbers, but really take on a new sound in Glen's hands – and titles include "One Cup Of Coffee", "If I Had Me A Woman", "Baby Let's Play House", "Kitty
Kat", "Blue Jeans & A Boy's Shirt", "I Got A Woman", and "Everybody's Movin". Everybody's Movin Again is a crackling comeback from the mighty Glen Glenn – one of those rare rock singers from the early years who sounded every bit as great in the 80s as he did at his start! Glenn was languishing in obscurity throughout the 70s, but really got rediscovered thanks to new interest in his classic singles – and got the chance to record in a wonderfully faithful setting here with Ace Records – who nicely avoid any attempt at all to clean up the sound, or try to make Glenn sound like a crossover act. The guitar and vocals are superb, and the whole thing's got a rockabilly twang that goes right back to his roots – on titles that include "Come On", "Flip Flop Fly", "Down The Line", "Rock N Roll Ruby", "Mean Woman Blues", and "Ugly & Slouchy". CD also features two bonus tracks too.