℗ 1989 White Label Records
Released 1989
Duration 39m 01s
Record Label Collector Records
Catalogue No. WLP2808
Genre Rock (Rockabilly)
 

Boppin' Hillbilly, Vol. 8

Various Artists

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1.1
Strut My Stuff
Slim Redman; Donnie Bowshier
2:16
1.2
Southern Fried Chicken
Bobby Rutledge
2:20
1.3
After I Go Away
Carl Trantham & The Rhythm All Stars
1:59
1.4
Guitar Boogie Shuffle
Rudy Thacker & The Stringbusters
1:45
1.5
I'm a Sad Sack
Shorty Barnhill
2:37
1.6
Everybody's Sweetheart to You
Austin Wood & The Missouri Swingsters
2:11
1.7
Dog-Gone These Heartaches
Chuck Stacy
2:26
1.8
Side Track Daddy
Lanie Walker & His Black Mountain Boys
2:24
1.9
Now I'm Gone
Dick Miller With His Band
2:00
1.10
Going Back to Dixie
Wayne Busbice
2:28
1.11
Wild Cat Boogie
Forest Rye
2:25
1.12
Same Old Thing
Connie Dycus
2:18
1.13
I Don't Like It
Zeke Clements
2:37
1.14
I'm Goin' Steppin' out with You
Zeke Clements
1:58
1.15
Fiddlin' Stomp
The Miller Brothers
2:12
1.16
The Golden Rocket
Outpost Scotty And His Bar-X Boys
2:38
1.17
Shot Gun Boogie
Outpost Scotty And His Bar-X Boys
2:27
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Collector Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-17 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-7.06
-8.39 to -5.85
-22.51
-24.65 to -20.32
10
9 to 12
1
Strut My Stuff
-7.11-23.7512
2
Southern Fried Chicken
-6.90-21.8210
3
After I Go Away
-6.66-21.2110
4
Guitar Boogie Shuffle
-5.85-22.4211
5
I'm a Sad Sack
-6.68-21.659
6
Everybody's Sweetheart to You
-7.25-21.6510
7
Dog-Gone These Heartaches
-7.18-20.329
8
Side Track Daddy
-7.00-22.5410
9
Now I'm Gone
-7.56-22.2610
10
Going Back to Dixie
-7.25-21.219
11
Wild Cat Boogie
-6.61-23.6811
12
Same Old Thing
-7.25-21.7610
13
I Don't Like It
-6.47-23.2211
14
I'm Goin' Steppin' out with You
-7.10-23.4412
15
Fiddlin' Stomp
-7.13-24.6512
16
The Golden Rocket
-8.39-23.8710
17
Shot Gun Boogie
-7.69-23.3011

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