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Keray Regan - Vibratin / + Fern - Let It Be Known Canada Rockabilly C+W 78 RPM
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Keray Regan - Vibratin / Fern + Keray Regan



London Records
DRC 76177
Canada Issue
Format: Shellac, 78 RPM, 10"
Record is VG VG+ ( listen)

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Side A

Keray Regan - Vibratin

Side B

Fern + Keray Regan - Let It Be Known






Country Music's finest voices and guitar

Bob Regan (real name Fredrickson) was born near the Canadian/Alaskan border in 1931. A veritable musical prodigy playing harmonica, guitar, mandolin and fiddle as a child, Bob toured with his older brother Keray Regan's band.

Aged 14, he played the great guitar on The Peace River Rangers 1954 Teenage Boogie (not the Webb Pierce song!). This, along with the uptempo boogie Vibratin' and Hen House Rock, is a fine example of country musicians unleashing the rockabilly genie from the moonshine bottle.

Bob was a fine guitarist though still in his teens. His sister Fern stayed with Bob when Keray retired to run a studio. The duo played in Canada and over the border in the States. Fern soon retired to get married

This product was added to our catalog on Monday 18 April, 2011.

 
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