Monday, April 01, 2019

Lots of Hillbilly Boppin' on the New Big Enchilada!


Back to the hills and hollers for another Big Enchilada hillbilly episode. Real country music old as well as new, pure as well as mutated. For those who miss The Santa Fe Opry, hold this one close to your heart.

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Here's the playlist:

(Background Music: Charlotte Breakdown by Don Reno)
Hillbilly Bop by Martha Fields
Hey Joe! by Carl Smith
That Little Honky Tonk Queen by Moe Bandy & Joe Stampley
Bottom Dollar Boy by Vandoliers
What Do You Do When You're Lonesome by Wanda Jackson
Be Real by Freda & The Firedogs
Possum Man by The Brothers Covelle

(Background Music: Brownie's Stomp by Milton Brown & His Musical Brownies )
Call Me Lucky by Dale Watson
Miss Atomic Bombshell 1949 by Miss Celine Lee
Hobo Bill's Last Ride by Jason Ringenberg
Past the Ditch by Lonesome Shack
Wonky by Reverend Horton Heat
Poor Until Payday by The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band
(Background Music: Fort Smith Breakdown by Luke Hignight & His Ozark Strutters)

Room 309 by Reverend Billy C. Wirtz
Diddy Boppin' and Motor Mouthin' by Clara Dean
One Step Nearer to You by Margie Singleton
Don't Fix Up the Dog House by George McCormick
Don't That Road Look Rough and Rocky by The Osborne Brothers
(Background Music: Border Ride by Jim & Jesse)

Play it HERE:


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