BIG ENCHILADA 54: Visionary Sleaze

The Big Enchilada is back bringing you music that’s just a little visionary and a whole lot sleazy, just as you podlubbers like. The heart of Episode 54 is a long tribute to the beloved Norton Records, whose Brooklyn, N.Y. warehouse was hit hard by Hurricane Sandy. I hope my Norton set here will remind everyone of all the great music this company has given us.
(Background Music: Hijacked by West Hell 5)
Black Mold by Jon Spencer Blues Explosion (from WFMU’s Free Music Archive)
Dogs and Dolls by LoveStruck
Economy Class Ego Trip by J.J. & The Real Jerks
Blow Out by Scared of Chaka
Run Out of Town by The Ungodly 77s
Tuned In, Turned On by Alvin Robinson
(Background Music: Harlem Nocturne by Kustomized)NORTON RECORDS SET

I Couldn’t Spell !!*@! by Roy Loney & The Young Fresh Fellows
Leave Me Alone by Esquerita
You’re Just Another Macaroon by Figures of Light
A Certain Guy by Mary Weiss
The Boo Boo Song by King Coleman
Daddy Rockin’ Strong by The Dirtbombs
He Sure Could Hypnotize by The A-Bones
(Background Music: Camel Walk by The Saxons)

areyoutalkintome by Madd Blake & The Stalins
Dateless Losers Club by Sicko
Tonight by The Bezzoommies
I Got Framed by Harry “The Hipster” Gibson
Wild by Skip Jensen

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