Monday, February 01, 2010




Howdy podlubbers and welcome to my mind!

This month The Big Enchilada presents a big blast of crazy rock, soul and psychobilly. You'll hear a couple of great New Mexico bands, Felix y Los Gatos and The Blood-Drained Cows. Plus a great musical image to keep you warm in the February cold from 1950s beauties June Wilkinson & Mamie Van Doren. Then we take a sharp turn straight into the Old Weird America with a set of authentic American jug band music. It all makes sense in my mind. Welcome to my mind!

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Here's the play list:
(Background Music: Fish Taco by Surficide)
The Flesh Remover by The Sworn Liars
Voodoo BBQ by Big John Bates
Woodpecker Rock by Nat Couty
Bikini With No Top on Top by June Wilkinson & Mamie Van Doren

(Background Music: Tipi Tipi Tin by Baby Gaby)
Chupacabra Rock 'n' Roll by The Blood Drained Cows
Your Miserable Life by Movie Star Junkies
Crazy in the Head by Three Bad Jacks
Serial Killer by Hayride to Hell
Your Cousin's on Cops by The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band
Jug Band Jump by Delbert Barker.

(Background Music: The Memphis Shake by The Dixieland Jug Blowers)
He Calls That Religion by Maria Muldaur
She's in the Graveyard Now by Earl McDonald's Original Louisville Jug Band
Viola Lee Blues by Cannon's Jug Stompers
The Old Folks Started It by Minnie Wallace
Insane Crazy Blues by Memphis Jug Band
How Lew Sin Ate by Dr. West's Medicine Show & Junk Band.
(Background Music: Welcome to My Mind by Duggie Ward)

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