Sunday, July 26, 2015

The New Big Enchilada is Up and Waiting for You


Welcome to the latest summertime episode of the Big Enchilada Podcast. We're going to have a rocking time with selections from  Barrence Whitfield, The Sonics, Thee Oh Sees, T-Model Ford, G.G. Allin, The Angry Samoans, The Grannies, Frontier Circus, Crankshaft & The Geargrinders, The Routes, Butch Hancock (with the song that inspired the name of this episode) and many more. As Butch says, "For every graveyard in the moonlight, there's a junkyard in the sun!"


Here's the playlist:

(Background Music: Junk Village by Alvin Red Tyler & The Gyros)
Scrap Collectin' Man by Crankshaft & The Geargrinders
C'mom, C'mon by The New Rocket Union
Lupine Ossuary by Thee Oh Sees
Roaches by Jack Larson
I'm a Good Man by Barrence Whitfield & The Savages
Look at Little Sister by The Sonics

(Background Music: Garbage Man (Call of the Freaks) by Harlem Hamfats
Junk by T-Model Ford
Wade in Bloody Water by The Grannies
Garbage Dump by G.G. Allin
Dying Under a Woman's Sword by Yol Aularong & Va Sovy
Knives by The Slow Poisoner
It's My Time by The Routes
Jukebox by The Giant Robots

(Background Music: Garbage City by The Street Cleaners)
Garbage Pit by The Angry Samoans
My 69 Blues by The Frontier Circus
Don't Shine Me On by Frankie & The Dell Stars
Shotgun Boo-ga-loo by The Slow Slushy Boys
Hard Working Man by Jonah Gold & His Silver Apples
Junkyard in the Sun by Butch Hancock

Play it here:

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