Sleepy LaBeef - Nothin' But the Truth
  • Tore up Over You
  • Boogie at the Wayside Lounge
  • How Do You Talk to a Baby?
  • Boogie Woogie Country Man
  • Milk Cow Blues
  • Worried Man Blues
  • Just Pickin'
  • Let's Talk About Us
  • Gunslinger
  • My Toot-Toot
  • Ring of Fire
  • Medley
  • Tore up Over You
    Genre: Rockabilly
    MP3 (02:20) [5.35 MB]
  • Boogie at the Wayside Lounge
    Genre: Rockabilly
    MP3 (08:08) [18.62 MB]
  • How Do You Talk to a Baby?
    Genre: Rockabilly
    MP3 (03:58) [9.06 MB]
  • Boogie Woogie Country Man
    Genre: Rockabilly
    MP3 (03:39) [8.34 MB]
  • Milk Cow Blues
    Genre: Rockabilly
    MP3 (01:54) [4.35 MB]
  • Worried Man Blues
    Genre: Rockabilly
    MP3 (03:48) [8.7 MB]
  • Just Pickin'
    Genre: Rockabilly
    MP3 (02:39) [6.05 MB]
  • Let's Talk About Us
    Genre: Rockabilly
    MP3 (05:12) [11.89 MB]
  • Gunslinger
    Genre: Rockabilly
    MP3 (02:57) [6.74 MB]
  • My Toot-Toot
    Genre: Rockabilly
    MP3 (03:33) [8.12 MB]
  • Ring of Fire
    Genre: Rockabilly
    MP3 (03:43) [8.5 MB]
  • Medley
    Genre: Rockabilly
    MP3 (09:09) [20.94 MB]
Biography
For more information, contact:
Ashley Moyer
Rounder Records
amoyer@rounder.com


There aren't many legitimate characters left in popular music; the rotund Sleepy LaBeef isn't a media concoction or collection of outrageous clichés exploiting a carefully built image. He's a simple, hard-rocking vocalist with a manic performance style and musical approach who seamlessly blends rockabilly, classic rock & roll, gospel, and country boogie into a non-stop, attacking mode. This 12-track live set from 1985 includes LaBeef renditions of "Milk Cow Blues," "Ring of Fire," "Tore Up Over You," "My Toot Toot," and a rousing concluding medley that includes "Jambalaya" and "Folsom Prison Blues." No-frills, unsophisticated, joyous roots music without reverence or pomp.
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  • Members:
    Sleepy LaBeef
  • Sounds Like:
    Eddie Bond, Sonny Burgess, Johnny Carroll, and Ray Campi
  • Influences:
    Shelby Singleton
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    07/12/17
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