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Calexico — Tres Avisos
Album: Hot Rail
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Released: 2000
Length: 5:10
Plays (last 30 days): 0
(instrumental)
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 Andres-7 wrote:
A 2, Hate this latin stuff.
 
Then it must suck to have your name.
Phar out stuph
A 2, Hate this latin stuff.
we be prancin'.. straight high-steppin' it.. settle down everyone
this is really bad Ranchera... the same tune over and over and over!!!
{#Frustrated}
 TerryS wrote:

I dont always drink beer, but when I do, I drink draft.
 
I told my Dad to stop smoking those cubans. His picture is everywhere and is always thirsty. Bad Dad.
 coolpeople_rule wrote:

 
I dont always drink beer, but when I do, I drink draft.

At this moment, early spring in Western Europe (esp. Netherlands, Belgium, Western Germany, Northern France), temperatures are of summer values. This music completes the summerfeel!!

 bindi wrote:

Sure does!  No doubt that Ennio Morricone's soundtracks were a big influence to these guys.  I think that was what originally drew me to this band - I love Sergio Leone's "spaghetti western" trilogy.

Listening to their CD's, it seems that this band often tells a story much like Sergio did - about the powerful and corrupt, and the underdogs and the daily life and death struggle of so many.
 
Ooh, so profound Bindi!

A day without Calexico is like a day without sunshine!
Thanks RP!
{#Drummer}

{#Daisy}


Calexico, La Cigale, Paris  by oliver.peel
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Calexico is so damn cool....
Fantastic music with great instruments.  I love it....Cant think of anything else to say, but I love all of Calexico's music.  Thanks BIll for turning me on to this music.....its all because of you
 -Cor- wrote:
Doe Maar followed by Calexico... Kudo's Bill!
 
{#Clap}
What a segue!

 prickelpit96 wrote:
It's more 'Three warnings' as far as I understand.
 
Correcto.
Me da risa tanto bruto y sus "Olé", parece que piensan que España y México son lo mismo. Compren un mapa, tarados.


 iMacomania wrote:
Sounds like the soundtrack of an old Italian Western!
 
Sure does!  No doubt that Ennio Morricone's soundtracks were a big influence to these guys.  I think that was what originally drew me to this band - I love Sergio Leone's "spaghetti western" trilogy.

Listening to their CD's, it seems that this band often tells a story much like Sergio did - about the powerful and corrupt, and the underdogs and the daily life and death struggle of so many.


this album art looks similar to the Cake album with the pig
Mari wrote:
:yell: Super! (Three Notices? :think:
It's more 'Three warnings' as far as I understand.
Doe Maar followed by Calexico... Kudo's Bill! :guitarist:
I just love this. Thanks RP for introducing me to another great band. This album is excellent, very Tarantino. :guitarist: :sunny: :devil_pimp:
I didn't think I'd like this at first... very nice.
Big hankering for some nachos right now.
:yell: Super! (Three Notices? :think:
Beautiful! :hearteyes:
Q-bo wrote:
With over a hundred musical genres to choose from (Mexican music is NOT purely mariachi) RP plays Calexico all the time (your stereotypical spaguetti western music). Why not try Café Tacuba, La Barranca, Lila Downs, Los Folkloristas or any other stuff? There's a lot to choose from and I think most RP listeners will appreciate it.
Please don't play any Maná. Ever since "Chuntaros Radio Poder" I've been thinking of uploading something by El Gran Silencio, but I'm not sure if that will even make it to the LRC. I like the combination of Rap, Punk, Cumbia and Polka. :jump: Now if you'll excuse me, I'm off to AMG to read about Café Tacuba, La Barranca, Lila Downs, Los Folkloristas and quite possibly many other stuff. Thanks!
Q-bo wrote:
With over a hundred musical genres to choose from (Mexican music is NOT purely mariachi) RP plays Calexico all the time (your stereotypical spaguetti western music). Why not try Café Tacuba, La Barranca, Lila Downs, Los Folkloristas or any other stuff? There's a lot to choose from and I think most RP listeners will appreciate it. Sorry for this rant, but this is my favorite radio station and sometimes it gets to me that you're missing on some great music. TK
Incorrect, but thank you for playing! If you listened (I see you've been a member for all of a month), you would discover that Calexico are not simply Mexican "spaguetti" western music...they play all kinds of things, infusing jazz, surf, Portuguese, African, etc. To simplify them down to one genre is fallacious. Or naive. Now, to the argument that RP plays a lot of Calexico and little else, there's only one way to fix that...upload, man! Most excellent tune from the Tucson boys.
bigtwistee wrote:
Badges? We dont need no steengkeeng badges!
But we do need RP!!! OLE!!!! hick! waiter!!!! :drunk:
With over a hundred musical genres to choose from (Mexican music is NOT purely mariachi) RP plays Calexico all the time (your stereotypical spaguetti western music). Why not try Café Tacuba, La Barranca, Lila Downs, Los Folkloristas or any other stuff? There's a lot to choose from and I think most RP listeners will appreciate it. Sorry for this rant, but this is my favorite radio station and sometimes it gets to me that you're missing on some great music. TK
this band has some pure crap, but what a good number this one was!
Badges? We dont need no steengkeeng badges!
OLE :cowboy:
Mark1970 wrote:
MUCH better than that Me Gustas Tu crap that was just playing!
what he said :ask:
mojoman wrote:
RichardPrins wrote:
3 warnings?
... and then we shoot!
I like it! I like it! I like it! (3 announcements)
Sounds like the soundtrack of an old Italian Western! :cowboy:
mummy mummy, make the bad man go away
This gets better as it goes, I still feel like there should be horse noises and spurs.
enjoyed this instrumental more then the harvey mandel that just played. :music:
Good stuff here.
trekhead wrote:
Uh-oh! They're stuck in a pattern! And I like Calexico, too. An uncertain 6.
What he said.
RichardPrins wrote:
3 warnings?
... and then we shoot!
masterhead wrote:
I prefer this side of Calexico more traditional. less Hollywood...
This side of Calexico is El Centro. The other side of Calexico is Mexicali.
I prefer this side of Calexico more traditional. less Hollywood...
But WHERE is Linda Ronstadt?
Uh-oh! They're stuck in a pattern! And I like Calexico, too. An uncertain 6.
MUCH better than that Me Gustas Tu crap that was just playing!
3 warnings?
lotus_65 wrote:
absolutly agreed! i'll see them everytime they come here.
I saw them with a full mariachi band.....truely amazing!
Tritter wrote:
These guys are phenomenal in concert!!! You will not be disappointed....
absolutly agreed! i'll see them everytime they come here.
Xeric wrote:
Eclectic WHAT? AAAAAAAAUGHGHGH!!!!! Enough! :frustrated: :frustrated: :frustrated:
es basura todos.
too good to be true!
:cowboy: Excellento!
Eclectic WHAT? AAAAAAAAUGHGHGH!!!!! Enough! :frustrated: :frustrated: :frustrated:
pixidrizzl wrote:
This is kind of grating early this morning. Normally, I would like something like this, though.
Go back to bed. :sleep: This is great, although I did get up at 6am CST. :sunny:
This is kind of grating early this morning. Normally, I would like something like this, though.
These guys are phenomenal in concert!!! You will not be disappointed....
Muy caliente. Caramba. Fun & interesting; thanks.