2014-09-05 05:00:00 2014-09-05 06:00:00 Pi Radio

«Garagepunx Hideout» Big Enchilada: Garage of Enchantment #69
Freitag, 05. Sep 2014, 05:00 bis 06:00 Uhr

Funk, Soul, Surf und RnR aus der Garage von Spätinsbettgeher für Frühaufsteher.
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Hideout: Big Enchilada #69 - Garage of Enchantment

Since the days when Buddy Holly recorded in Clovis, New Mexico, the land of roadrunners, sopapillas and crashing flying saucers, has been the home of some excellent rock 'n' roll. It hasn't always thrived, but somehow it's survived. Step inside the Garage of Enchantment into hear some immortal garage, punk and psychedelic sounds, with some Hispanic sounds, which is the foundation of much of New Mexico rock 'n' roll. Viva Nuevo Mexico!

Here's the playlist:

  1. (Background Music: Panic Button by The Fireballs )
  2. I Wanna Come Back from the World of LSD by The Fe-Fi Four Plus 2
  3. Willow by Manby's Head
  4. Cave Man by Blood-Drained Cows
  5. Go Away by The Plague
  6. When Will I Find Her by Mike Renolds & The Infants of Soul
  7. La Mula Bronca by Al Hurricane
  1. (Background Music: Mr. Big by The Four Frogs)
  2. Witches by Bichos
  3. Run Girl Run by The Movin' Morfomen
  4. Who's Been Driving My Little Yellow Taxi Cab by Lincoln Street Exit
  5. Spreading the Love Vibration by 27 Devils Joking
  6. Working Girl by The Strawberry Zots
  7. El Corrido de Emilio Naranjo by Angel Espinoza
  1. (Background Music: Little Big Hair by Milo de Venus)
  2. The Movies by The Angel Babies
  3. For Your Love by Mother Structman's Jams and Jellies
  4. Goat Throat by The Scrams
  5. Tipi Tipi Tin by Baby Gaby
  6. (Background Music: Moonbeam by King Richard & The Knights)

Many of the bands from the '60s on this episode recorded for or were associated with Dick Stewart's Lance Records in Albuquerque, N.M.

And check out my recent Terrell's Tuneup column on Norton Records' excellent El Paso Rock compilations – the recent ones including many southern New Mexico bands.

Garagepunx Hideout: Big Enchilada

"Welcome to the latest Big Enchilada Podcast now on Radio Mutation, formerly known as GaragePunk Pirate radio. In honor of the new name change, I'm dedicating this show to rock 'n' roll mutants every where. Let's mutate together!" – Stephen Terrell

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