Friday, July 23, 2010

HOT & PIPIN' BRAND NEW BIG ENCHILADA PODCAST

THE BIG ENCHILADA



Welcome, my friends to the latest Big Enchilada podcast. If you've got a touch of the criminal insanity, this episode should be nice and soothing for you.

I'm releasing this episode a little early this time because I'm going to New York at the end of the month. In anticipation of that trip I'm including songs from the stars of the Detroit Breakdown -- The Gories, ? Mark & The Mysterians, and Death, plus a Mitch Ryder hit recorded before it met Mitch Ryder -- and a tune from Kid Congo Powers, who I'm hoping to see at The Knitting Factory in Brooklyn next week.

Also in this show are The Kill Spectors and Xoe Fitgerald (my favorite Time Traveling Transvestite) from right here in Santa Fe; The A-Bones, The Devil Dogs and The Malarians; and some bands I met on the GaragePunk Hideout like Weirdonia and Thee Ludds.

So crank up the volume and get in the mood.





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Here's The play list:
Background Music: Peter Fun by The Dive Tones
Live Like a Dog by The Kill Spectors
Good Time Kids by Xoe Fitzgerald
Good Times by The Malarians
Girl Like You by Urban Junior
I'm a Moron by Thee Ludds
1960s Antique Clock by Weirdonia
(Background Music: Hi Neighbor by Spike Jones & His City Slickers)

DETROIT BREAKDOWN SET
Freakin' Out by Death
Let Your Daddy Ride by The Gories
I Hear Sirens by The Dirtbombs
Look for the Question Mark by The Fuzztones
Are You For Real by ? & The Mysterians
Hitchhiking by Kid Congo & The Pink Monkey Birds
Devil With the Blue Dress by Shorty Long
(Background Music: I'm in the Mood for Love by Man-Chau-Po Orchestra)

House Rent Jump by Peter Case
Lust Lil Lucy by Nick Curran & The Lowlifes
Monkey Mess by Thee Vicars
A Little Love by The A-Bones
Laugh at Me by The Devil Dogs
(Outro Music: Travelin' Mood by Wee Willie Wayne)

Listen to this podcast 7 p.m. Mountain Time Tuesday July 27 on Real Punk Radio

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