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Episode 40
October 23, 2010 10:39 AM PDT

We visit the Adams brothers from El Paso circa 1970's we listen to two groups "Wailing Wall" and "Kite".

Episode 39
September 25, 2010 05:11 PM PDT

Here is a look at Frankie Sotelo,Paul West and Andre Boniguidi. These three great musicians helped to define pop music in El Paso,Texas in the late 1960's and 70's.

Episode 38
September 12, 2010 10:09 AM PDT

From the vault of Suemi Records here are some early 1960's recordings from our first studio in El Paso. We called it the Stanton Street studio. A concrete basement with concrete floor, you can here this in the recordings.

Episode 37
September 04, 2010 01:24 PM PDT

Vintage early El Paso rock-n-roll intrumentals from the vault of Suemi Records.

Episode 36
August 29, 2010 12:11 AM PDT

It's been a while and here is a beginning of a new direction for us.From the vaults of Suemi Records comes these artifacts of rock-n-roll.
1. The Sherwoods-You Hold My Letters not Me
2. Early Swift Rain-Raga One
3. Wailing Wall-Don't Go
ElPaso rock music of the mid-60's and early 70'.

Episode 35
September 29, 2009 06:10 AM PDT

Tonys Hedgehogs, Steven down the tulip farm and a day in the life of Kenny

December 08, 2008 04:13 PM PST

A mini doc on Lafayettes' Music Room, a early 1970's premiere rock club. We feature live recordings of Kiss,Jerry Lee Lewis, Ramsey Lewis and Waylon Jennings among other rare recordings. This is followed by a great short story by Steven J. Weinberg called "Remembering Billy at the Club"

November 24, 2008 02:08 PM PST

Memphis rock and R and B music in the late 60's thru the 70's. A look at three studios: American, Stax and Royal. A golden time for Memphis and a short story by SJ Weinberg "Letter From Memphis".

Episode 32
November 04, 2008 02:46 PM PST

EL PASO ROCK-The rock scene in the late 1960's

Episode 31
October 03, 2008 04:01 PM PDT

Steve Arntson's "Goodbye, Boys and Girls" recorded in a Seattle bus tunnel and this is followed by Steven Jay Weinberg's short story "Learned Storyteller" and last a collage of field recordings featuring several Northwest guitar players.

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