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The Gator Shades Blues Band With M. K. Lipscomb - Down In Mexico download mp3
Title:
Down In Mexico
Performer:
The Gator Shades Blues Band
Style:
Garage Rock
MP3 album size:
1497 mb
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Rating:
4.8 ✪

Labels read "Market Test" and it seems as if these just sat in the corner of the label office and were not widely circulated.

The Gator Shades Blues Band With M. K. Lipscomb - Down In Mexico ‎(7", Single, Promo). Mark Records Ltd. MR-2000.

Down in Mexico (оригинал The Coasters). На юге, в Мексике (перевод Илья Тимофеев). Где-то в Мехикали, There's a crazy little place that I know. You can get your kicks in Mexico. Устроим потеху в Мексике, Crazy, come with me baby, come with me, come with me, crazy, yeah.

From the low-down gutbucket blues of "Black Rat," and "Big Mama's Shuffle" (featuring both Thornton and James Cotton engaging in a battle of the harps), to the hazy, late-night atmosphere of "Life Goes On," "Since I Fell for You," and "I Feel the Way I Feel," all of this material is absolutely timeless. One can only imagine what would have happened if Big Mama's hopes of recording a gospel album with this band had been fulfilled.

DOWN IN MEXICO – THE COASTERS (as used in Tarantino's new film 'Deathproof') (Honky-tonk piano tuned to 430Hz, 4/4 Time ~105bpm, blues feel). B7 B7 And the boss is a cat named Jo. .Em Em He wears a red bandana, plays a blues piano, Am Em In a honky-tonk, down in Mexico. Em(aah) Am(aah) He wears a purple sash, and a black moustache, Am Em In a honky-tonk, down in Mexico. Em(aah) Em(ba-shoowa-shoowa) Well, the first time that I saw him

Lyrics to "Down In Mexico" song by The Coasters: Down in the Mexicali There's a crazy little place that I know Where the drinks are hotter than the .He wears a red bandanna, plays a cool pianna In a honky-tonk, down in Mexico He wears a purple sash, and a black mustache In a honky-tonk, down in Mexico. Well, the first time that I saw him He was sittin' on a piano stool I said "Tell me man, when does the fun begin?" He just winked his eye and said "Man, be cool.

Tracklist

A Down In Mexico
B Down In Mexico

Notes

Labels read "Market Test" and it seems as if these just sat in the corner of the label office and were not widely circulated.