Tuesday, August 24, 2010
TAKE A BITE OUT OF THE NEW BIG ENCHILADA PODCAST
It's a Hillbilly Pig Out this month on The Big Enchilada, a delicious high-cholesterol feast of Dixie-fried rockabilly, hickory-smoked honky-tonk madness, pickled bluegrass, meaty backwoods boogie and crazy country side dishes. So loosen your dadgum belt, sit back with your favorite moonshine and prepare to stuff your ears.
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Here's the play list
(Background: Porky's Boogie on Strings by The Rhythm Boys)
Hogtied Over You by Billy Bacon & The Forbidden Pigs with Candye Kane
Diggin' For Gold by The Stumbleweeds
Pine Box Rotten by Crankshaft
Done Gone Crazy by Ray Condo & The Ricochets
Give It To Me, Daddy by Hartman's Heartbreakers
Brain Damage by The Austin Lounge Lizards
The Genitalia of a Fool by The Cornell Hurd Band featuring Justin Trevino
(Background Music: Feather Your Nest by The Washboard Wonders)
Hogs on the Highway by Bad Livers
Yodel Til I Turn Blue by Johnny Dilks & His Visitacion Valley Boys
Nothin' Clickin' Chicken by The Down Homers
Little White Pills by The Meat Purveyors
Hillbilly Blues by Ronnie Dawson
Ed's Place by Horace Heller
(Background Music: Texas Playboy Rag by The Pine Valley Cosmonauts)
Too Much Pork For Just One Fork by Southern Culture on the Skids
Sweet Singin' Daddy by Jimmy & Johnny
Countin' the Years by Yuichi & The Hilltone Boys
Who Puts The Cat Out When Papa's Out Of Town by Sam Nichols & The Melody Rangers
You've Never Been This Far Below by Freakwater
The Wings of a Dove/God Said I'll Be There by Retta & The Smart Fellas
You like this hillbilly stuff? If so, then you'll probably like some of my previous episodes like:
Episode 22: Honky in a Cheap Motel
Episode 16: Hillbilly Heaven
Episode 10: More Santa Fe Opry Favorites
Episode 8: Santa Fe Opry Favorites Vol. 2
Episode 2: Santa Fe Opry Favorites
Listen to this podcast 7 p.m. Mountain Time Tuesday August 24 on Real Punk Radio
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