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«Garagepunx Hideout» Big Enchilada: Some Enchanted Jungle #21
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Big Enchilada: Some Enchanted Jungle #21

This month, after a rowdy free-form set, The Big Enchilada takes a rockin' musical trip to the Land of Enchantment, New Mexico – and then a boat ride into the heart of the Rock 'n' Roll Jungle. So I call this episode Some Enchanted Jungle.

You'll hear a new tune by the Del-Lords, plus amazing sounds by Pinata Protest, The Stomachmouths, Organs, Si Si Si … and a whole combination plate of New Mexico bands – Manby's Head, The Scrams, The Dirty Novels, Monkeyshines and Hundred Year Flood.

And then …. The Jungle!

Here's the play list:

  1. (Background Music: Daktari Ooh Ah by Chaos, Inc.)
  2. She's the One Who's Got It by Alex Chilton
  3. Just Ain't It by Organs
  4. Wild Trip by The Stomachmouths
  5. Ghost Town by Si Si Si
  6. Cantina by Pinata Protest
  7. Me and The Lord Blues by The Del-Lords
  8. I Am Trying to Break Your Heart by J.C. Brooks & The Uptown Sound
  9. (Background Music: Jungle King by Chris Calloway)

New Mexico Set

  1. Licking the Frog by Manby's Head
  2. Audience Reaction by The Dirty Novels
  3. Dram Shopper by The Scrams
  4. Tremblin' White by Hundred Year Flood
  5. Girl in the Miniskirt by Era of Sound
  6. Battle Cry by Monkeyshines
  7. (Background Music: Jungle by The Night Cats)

Jungle Set

  1. The Jungle by Diablito
  2. Jungle Hop by Don & Dewey
  3. Jungle Hop by The Cramps
  4. Jungle Fever by Charlie Feathers
  5. Jungle Stomp by Johnny Clark & The Four Playboys
  6. Jungle Talk (I Want Some of That) by Shane Kai Ray
  7. Jungle Music by Simon Stokes

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