Monday, January 09, 2012

New Hillbilly Episode of Big Enchilada!


Enjoy a fresh jug of 100-proof wild sounds from deepest backwoods America. This episode will kill more brain cells that the strongest White Lightning! You'll hear hillbilly hits past, present and maybe even future -- honky-tonk, bluegrass, rockabilly, cowpunk, XXX-country and more. Download this and play it loud in your car as you blast down Thunder Road.


Here's the playlist:

(Background Music: Hackberry Hop by Daigle, Doucet & Elin)
Moonshine by Montie Jones
There Stands The Glass by The Frontier Circus
Driftwood 40-23 by The Hickoids
Hot Lips Baby by Herbie Duncan
White Dress by Anthony Leon & The Chain
UFOs, Big Rigs & BBQ by Mojo Nixon & The World Famous Blue Jays
Gone Back to Whorin' by Roger Alan Wade

(Background Music: Panhandle Rag by Ronnie Durbin)
Moonshiner's Child by Tammy Faye Starlite
Moonshiner's Daughter by Harmonica Frank Floyd
South of Nashville by Honky Tonk Hustlas
Cluck Old Hen by Bad Livers
Suzie Anna Riverstone by The Imperial Rooster
Topless Bathing Suit by Kelly Rogers
American Trash by Betty Dylan

(Background Music: Basil Smith Stomp by Basil Smith)
Moonshine Still by Jack Holt
Another Man's Eyes by Delaney Davidson
40 Acres of My Heart by Bob Burton
It Wouldn't Be Hell Without You by Cornell Hurd
Livin' on Pabst Blue Ribbon by Hellbound Glory
Chick Inspector by Dick Curless
That Old Mountain Dew by The Delmore Brothers
(Background Music: Brown Jug Blues by Ezra Buzzington's Rustic Revelers)

You like this hillbilly stuff? If so, then you'll probably like some of my previous episodes like:

Episode 39: Podunk Holler Hoedown
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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