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The Happy Drivers - We'll Be Going On album

The Happy Drivers - We'll Be Going On album

  • Performer: The Happy Drivers
  • Genre: Rock
  • Title: We'll Be Going On
  • Released: 1987
  • Style: Rockabilly, Psychobilly
  • Label: Iguane Production
  • Catalog: Iguane 001
  • Country: France
  • MP3 version size: 1775 mb
  • FLAC version size: 2907 mb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 334


1My Rocking Bopping Babe3:35
2My Dady's Banjo1:21
4The Fun Of It
Written-By – Dave Phillips
5Long Blond Hair
Written-By – John Pavlik
6Old Black Jack3:40
7Oh Baby2:33
8Baby Please Don't Go
Written-By – Riley
9You Will Never Come Back Again2:10
10Low Rider3:00
11We Shall Be Going On3:35
12Midnight Train
Written-By – A. Mortimer, D. Burnette, J. Burnette, P. Burlison


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CLLP 64139Happy Drivers We'll Be Going On ‎(LP, Album, RE, Blu)Crazy Love RecordsCLLP 64139Germany2002
CLLP 64139Happy Drivers We'll Be Going On ‎(12", Album)Crazy Love RecordsCLLP 64139Germany2002


  • Bass [Slap Bass], Backing VocalsMickey Black Fingers
  • Drums, Backing VocalsTerry Lark
  • GraphicsYannick Ardeois
  • ManagementJean-Christophe Jéhanne
  • Photography ByBernadette Jéhanne, François Rumin
  • Producer [Production Et Réalisation]Jean-François Rigoud
  • Vocals, Guitar, BanjoBuddy Milk
  • Written-ByHappy Drivers (tracks: A2, A3, A4, B1, B2, B4, B5, B6), Jehanne (tracks: A2, A3, A4, B1, B2, B4, B5, B6)


Enregistrement: Sweet home studio. Angers. Décembre 1987.


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Etched): MPO IGUANE 001 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, Etched): MPO 1 IGUANE 001 B
  • Price Code: NR 330


  • Manufactured By – New Rose Records
  • Distributed By – New Rose
  • Recorded At – Sweet Home Studio, Angers
  • Mixed At – Studio Phantom, Dinard
  • Printed By – Glory, Asnières
  • Pressed By – MPO



Wyameluna Wyameluna
i still have this LP Album , dedicated by the band
Briciraz Briciraz
When you listen 20 years later to an album that you liked a lot as a teenager, it’s very hard to actually know if you like it for good reasons. Does this album have real qualities or is this just pure nostalgia? For “We Shall Be Going On” the answer is : both.
On one hand, if you want to be objective, you can say that the sound is a bit thin, Jean Christophe’s voice is from time to time out of tune and his pronounced French accent a bit too present. But this album has its own qualities. The boys wrote their own songs (even if Low Rider sounds very close to Stray Cats’ Built For Speed) with varied influences from straight rockabilly to blues, with detours by neo-rockabilly and bit of country too (you can find a banjo on some songs). The covers, including Dave Phillips “The Fun Of It” are very well chosen. All this elements, and I can’t deny a bit of nostalgia too, make of this debut album an enjoyable listening experience, even two decades later.
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