Apart from big names we present the greatest unknowns like the fantastic guitarist Sandy Coker, the Tyrones, The Bay Bops or Chuck Johnston. Awesome!Bear Family's fourth plunge into the combined Decca, Coral, and Brunswick vaults for it's 'That'll Flat... Git It' series provides more than a few surprises alongside some of the hottest rockabilly and rock and roll of the 1950s. Decca maintained a strong presence in Nashville under the A&R aegis of Paul Cohen and Owen Bradley, recording a plethora of stars there - pint-sized Brenda Lee, the brawling Burnette brothers, Wayne Walker, Ronnie Self, even Buddy Holly, and they're all here. New York and Los Angeles are well-represented as well. As usual with this series, it's the obscure stuff that collectors will flip over - dazzling guitarist Sandy Coker, Canadian import Arnie Derksen, a stormer from Mitchell Torok, The Tyrones' tough Rocker Broke Down Baby, and eye-openers from The Bay Bops, The Barker Brothers, Chuck Johnston and The Jay Cees, Johnny Duffett, Arthur Osborne, and Dodie Randle's two overheated anthems. Those bottomless Decca vaults never disappoint!