View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Downhome Rockabilly on Discogs/5(4). Apr 27, · Comment: USED LP VINYL RECORD - CHARLY - 15 SONGS 1. Honky tonk hardwood floor 2. Tore up 3. Flyin saucer rock and roll 4. Red hot 5. I'm ready if you're willing 6. I'm coming home 7. I'm one woman man 8. Shot-gun boogie 9. Sleepy's "Downhome Rockabilly" is to Rockabilly,5/5(1). Sleepy labeef downhome rockabilly. Thomas "Sleepy" Paulsley LaBeef (né LaBeff, born July 20, ) is an American rockabilly musician. LaBeef was born in Smackover, Arkansas, the youngest of 10 children, he was raised on a melon farm. He received the nickname "Sleepy" as the result of a lazy eye. He moved to Houston, Texas, when he was Release information Format: 12" Vinyl Length: Additional details Type: Album Packaging: Cardboard/Paper Sleeve Status: Official Language: English Script. View all records by Sleepy Labeef for sale on CDandLP in LP, CD, 12inch, 7inch format. Forum 1; Blog 1; Sell music; sleepy labeef down home rockabilly (yellow vinyl) Sun - SUN - USA - Sell. sleepy labeef sleepy rocks. SLEEPY LABEEF Vinyl Records and CDs. A giant in the Rockabilly world in both name and stature (the guy's 6'7"), Sleepy LaBeef has been grinding out a hopping mixture of country blues and rock 'n' roll since the early '50s. His good-time music is best heard live, but even within the confines of recorded music, LaBeef's peanut butter-thick rumble. Sleepy LaBeef "Mr. LaBeef is a living, breathing guitar-picking history of American music." - The New York Times. When Sleepy LaBeef made his first record, All Alone, in Texas in , he probably didn't think that over fifty years later he'd be reprising the song as part of his umpteenth visit to Europe to dispense his heady blend of rocking American roots music to an international audience/10(1). Gold Star Studio, Brock St., Houston, TX - Thomas Sleepy LaBeef (Bill Quinn [organ]) I WON'T HAVE TO CROSS JORDAN ALONE unissued/BCD JUST A CLOSER WALK WITH THEE unissued/BCD Gold Star Studio, Brock St., Houston, TX - Thomas Sleepy LaBeef (Charles Busby [gt], Wendal Clayton [bass])Author: Praguefrank. LaBeef was born in Smackover, Arkansas, the youngest of 10 children, he was raised on a melon farm. He received the nickname "Sleepy" as the result of a lazy eye. He moved to Houston, Texas, when he was There, he sang gospel music on local radio and put together a bar band to play venues as well as radio programs such as the Houston Jamboree and Louisiana Hayride.
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