Tuesday, July 30, 2013

An International Incident Waiting to Happen: A New Big Enchilada

All aboard the Big Enchilada, where this month, to borrow a phrase from the Three Stooges, we're going Around the World in a Daze, a whirlwind tour of the world's garages. It's an international incident waiting to happen.

Here's the playlist:

(Background Music: Sueno Sicodelico by Los Holys (Peru) )
We Rise Again by Gogol Bordello (Multi-national)
Yom Pha Barn Norn Pahwaa (Satan's Nightmare) by Paiboon (Thailand)
Bashana Haba'ah by Yidcore (Australia)
We're Laughing by The Psychedelic Aliens (Ghana)
Ljubav Kraj Izvora by 3 Mustaphas 3 (England)
Miedo by Los Explosivos (Mexico)
(Background Music: (On the Road Again by Istanbul Blues Kumpanyasi (Turkey) )

Los Nuggetz Set  
(All the songs in this set are from the new Rock Beat Records box set  Los Nuggetz: '60s Garage & Psych From Latin America, available on disc or download at all the usual places)

Bule Bule from Los Shains (Peru)
Me Reire by Los Shakers (Spain)
Colours by Kaleidoscope (Dominican Republic)
I Wanna Go by Los Mockers (Uruguay)
Peace of Mind by La Vida (Mexico)
Més Enllà (Milkcow Blues) by Els Xocs (Spain)
Te Olvidare by The Speakers (Columbia)

(Background Music: Juzno-Moravsko Kolo by Aca Novkovic Orchestra)
Fayt by Cankisou (Czech Republic)
Wait for Me by Roger Damawuzan (Benin or Togo)
Pissed Off by The Rodeo Carburettor (Japan)
Bye Bye by The Friends (Sweden)
Fever Fever Fever by Kult (Poland)

Play it here:

You like this international intrigue? Here's a link to my first Around the World in a Daze podcast, back in 2009. I also did a set of "Around the World in a Daze" on More Freeform Weirdo Podcasting. There's a set of Japanese punk and garage music on Forbidden Cavern Fandango and a set of African psychedelic rock on Felonious Funhouse.

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