Friday, August 26, 2011
The August Big Enchilada is a Honky Tonk Hoedown!
It's time for a good backwoods hoedown. Join me in Podunk Holler for an hour's worth of honky-tonk, cow-punk, scuzzgrass, white-lightnin' hillbilly hell-raising Big Enchilada style.
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Here's the playlist:
(Background Music: Green Apples by Red Allen)
Hoe Down Boogie by Red Perkins
They Call Me Country by D.M. Bob & The Deficits
Bachelor Man from Del Gaucho by Lucky Tubb **
I Ain't Drunk by Whitey Morgan & The 78s *
The Night That Porter Wagoner Came to Town by Tabby Crabb
Farmer Had Him Rats by Black Jake & The Carnies *
The Love-In by Ben Colder
(Background Music: Blue Guitars by the Light Crust Doughboys)
One Helluva Weekend by T. Tex Edwards & The Swingin' Kornflake Killers
Pappy by Ugly Valley Boys
Federales by Joe "King" Carrasco & The Crowns
Prayer by Slackeye Slim
Whatever Kills Me First by Joey Allcorn *
Peace and Love (Blind Man's Penis) by John Trubee & The Ugly Janitors of America (vocals by Ramsey Kearney)
(Background Music: Bosco Stomp by The Cajun Playboys)
Fred the Rabbit by Rick Broussard
Girl on the Billboard by Eddie Spaghetti
How Mountain Girls Can Love by Peter Stampfel & The Worm All-Stars
Devil Came a Knockin' by Liquorbox **
Country Girl With Hotpants On by Leona Williams
Let's Do Wrong Tonight by Simon Stokes & The Heathen Angels
(Background Music: Sally Goodin by David Bromberg)
* These selections are part of the Southern Independent Volume 2 collection, which you can download for free at Give Me My XXX
** These selections from the free 2011 Muddy Roots Festival compilation, which you can download HERE.
You like this hillbilly stuff? If so, then you'll probably like some of my previous episodes like:
Episode 36: Sweathog of the Rodeo
Episode 31: Below Tobacco Road
Episode 26: Hillbilly Pigout
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
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