Rockabilly music is for sure, falling into the rabbit hole and struggling to get up for some air. It's a potential minefield of great recordings lost to history. I have never heard of Andy Starr, until one day at Rockaway record shop, I decided to pick up this disc due to its cover. I'm glad I did because it's an excellent record.
I imagine at one time there were thousands of Andy Starrs' out there, making records and then having those recordings disappear into the mist of time. Luckily, this has recently been released as a double 45 single set, and it's hardcore rockabilly that reminds me of the essence of someone like Jack Scott. The band on these recordings are excellent - and very much the standard set-up of stand-up bass, electric guitar, and acoustic guitar. The backup vocalists are also superb, which again, reminds me of Scott's arrangements and recordings. Nevertheless, Starr is not unique, but clearly wonderful.
The four songs here pretty much captures the Starr universe. I don't think there are any more recordings by Starr in commercial existence, but what we have here is four exceptional performances with great vocals and band, doing their best to burn down the studio and elsewhere beyond its walls. Great rockabilly music.