Wednesday, January 16, 2008

I want my record back!!!

Although I don't care about the music on this album now. The song that stood out the most and I did like breaking to was "The Mexican" back in 84. In the 90's I was pleased to learn that the original was from a group called Babe Ruth.

In the 94 the cops raided my house and this is one of the prize possessions they took from me. i used to stare at this record cover for hours and hours! I still look for it when I'm out digging for records.

This really makes me want to paint!!!! I'm out of here and heading to Writerz Blok.


Kung Fu Pimp said...

Saratoga Sake is turnin' into the "King of Blogs."

"The Mexican" was the truly joint on this album, but I kinda dug "Sidewalk Talk" with a still barely famous Madonna on the backing vocals, and also "Was Dog A Doughnut," which was basically a rip-off of "Salsa Smurf." Best of all, other than "El Mexicano" was "Dancing in the Fire," which was actually remake of an earlier Jellybean version sung by La India.

I have the record, but no turntable. You have turntables, but no record. One of life's little tragedies.

Saratoga Sake said...