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Joe King Carrasco "Party Weekend"

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Joe King Carrasco "Party Weekend"

Postby schwenko » Thu Oct 28, 2010 9:25 am

picked this up at Antone's in Austin last week:

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evidently he still plays around in Austin- missed him by about a week[:(]
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Postby firefall » Mon Nov 22, 2010 6:22 am

The Great Lost Joe Carrasco,the post punk version of Question Mark and the Mysterians through tones of humor,energy and political thought.The beloved friend of Lester Bangs and fellow Texan power poppers Delinquents,still remains an unknown case for the most Greek and generally European new wavers.I love his Stiff album,early singles and also his latter work whole dedicated to Spanish Revolution with traditional rebel songs.Great to remind...Buena!!
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Postby schwenko » Mon Nov 22, 2010 10:29 am

[quote][i]Originally posted by firefall[/i]
<br>The Great Lost Joe Carrasco,the post punk version of Question Mark and the Mysterians through tones of humor,energy and political thought.The beloved friend of Lester Bangs and fellow Texan power poppers Delinquents,still remains an unknown case for the most Greek and generally European new wavers.I love his Stiff album,early singles and also his latter work whole dedicated to Spanish Revolution with traditional rebel songs.Great to remind...Buena!!
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Good to see somebody else singing praise for the "King"[:)]
He has his own web site, where you can buy cds. The closest one to the Stiff album is probably "Nueva Wavo"

http://www.joeking.com/

I played the hell out of that album in the day- tremendous energy and zing!
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Postby tileboy » Sat Dec 11, 2010 10:31 am

I have the Party Weekend and Border Town lp's. Saw him at Jonathan Swifts in Cambridge, I think he managed to walk across every table in the place.
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