....."One More Time".....19 tracks of the sounds of Rockabilly,
Rock 'n' roll, Country & Southern Gospel. Roc has included a few
ballads and his original recordings from the 50's and 60's. A few
covers of his favorite artists' songs are also included.......as well as
originals written by Roc
himself. The CD kicks off with his son Roger setting the tempo on drums
while his other son Chris comes screaming in on piano to the title song
of "One More Time" - both Dad and son share lead breaks on this rockin' original. Then off again to a foot-stompin' "Hey Little Baby",
written by Ronnie
Haig. Roc, again shows he can still pick that guitar in true rockabilly
fashion. Then he takes us back to 1957 to a beautiful teenage-type
"I'm Not Ashamed" recorded on RAMA Records. This one makes you
want to grab your honey and dance close. Roc grabs the microphone on the
track, joined by Ronnie Haig on lead quitar, along with Ronnie's wife
Susie and sister-in-law Roxie who blend in on the vocal backup, and
belts out his orignal composition of "She's
He then sings a short cover of Elvis' "We're Gonna Move" from the movie "Love Me Tender". We then get up and dance to another wonderful
ballad "What Am I Living For", originally recorded by Chuck Willis and Conway Twitty. "10 More Miles to Go"
is a great truck driver song written by Roc
with a little demonstration that he still can do some country pickin'.
The next track takes us over to the UK where Roc does a cover of Sir
"Traveling Light" followed by his well-known 1957 RAMA recording of "Baby Take Me Back". The following tracks are a nice mix of gospel, more
original songs by Roc and his Holland Record sessions, which include "I Don't Care If the Sun Don't Shine" and "If I Were In Your Shoes";
The last track "Cute Little Yodeler", which was recorded in 1965, was added by the prompting of his wife Pat.