- Released: October 4, 2005
- Label: Bear Family
Performers include: Carl Perkins, Johnny Horton, Ronnie Self, Collins Kids.
Personnel: Irwin Clifford Johnson, Bobby Lord , Sidney Erwin, Jimmy Murphy, Johnny Horton, Little Jimmy Dickens, Marty Robbins, Ronnie Self (vocals, guitar); Onie Wheeler (vocals, harmonica); Ersel Hickey, Freddie Hart (vocals); Grady Martin (guitar, electric guitar); Chet Atkins, Jack Shook, James "Hal" Smith , Gerald Tomlinson, Bill Erwin, Herbert L. "Cousin Herb" Henson, Jimmy Rollins, Hillous Butrum, Hank Garland, Harold Bradley, Sebastian Mure, Al Casamenti, Joe Maphis, Johnny Bond, Ray Edenton, Merle Travis (guitar); Don Helms, John Robinson , James Farmer, Noel Boggs, Buddy Emmons (steel guitar); Thomas Lee Jackson Jr., Dale Potter, Donald Slayman, Margie Ann Warren, Henry Newton "Tommy" Vaden, Cecil Bower, Jerry Rivers (fiddle); Floyd Cramer (piano, organ); James Royce Hall , Dudley Brooks, James A. "Jimmy" Pruett, "Papa" John Gordy, W Wardle, Marvin Hughes, Owen Bradley, Bill Simmons , Allen Harris (piano); David L. White , Jimmy Gossett, Marion Z. "Pee Wee" Adams, Milton Curtis "Muddy" Berry, William F. Pecchi, Farris Coursey, Buddy Harman (drums).
Liner Note Author: Colin Escott.
Recording information: Bradley Film & Recording Studios, Nashville, TN (10/30/1954-05/20/1958); Castle Studio, Nashville, TN (10/30/1954-05/20/1958); Columbia Studio, New York, NY (10/30/1954-05/20/1958); Jim Beck Studio, Dallas, TX (10/30/1954-05/20/1958); Owen Bradley Studio, Nashville, TN (10/30/1954-05/20/1958); Radio Recorders, Hollywood, CA (10/30/1954-05/20/1958).
Illustrator: R.A. Andreas.
Photographer: R.A. Andreas.
That'll Flat Git It!, Vol. 22: Rockabilly from the Vaults of Columbia Records isn't as wild as other volumes in this Bear Family series, but that doesn't mean it lacks gutsy cuts. The focus of these tracks leans more toward the country side of rockabilly, featuring songs by Little Jimmy Dickens, Johnny Horton, Marty Robbins, and Freddie Hart, all sounding a bit more hopped up here than on later recordings. Of course, there are a few out-and-out screamers among the bunch, such as Ronnie Self's frantic "Bop A Lena" and Bobby Lord's equally feverish "No More, No More, No More." ~ Al Campbell