As far as rockabilly revival albums go, they don’t come much better than this. Rusti Steel and The Star Tones have done it again with a supreme batch of authentic sounding rockabilly numbers that would easily find a home in the 50s. ‘Baby, Won’t You Baby Me’ is a prime example of this authentic delivery with its high desires matching the pacey tempo and equalled by the guitar-driven ‘See My Baby Rock’. It is the rip-roaring ‘Prisoner Of Your Charms’, however, that really competes for supremacy here, and suggests that Rusti and The Star Tones are more than capable of turning it up a notch or two. Despite being a tad too long at fifteen tracks, ‘Café A-La Rock’ is leading proof that Rusti and his Star Tones are governing the pack when it comes to the rockin’ circuit of revival bands.