So its grand ambassador became Hurricane, a colorful character who wore an eye patch, had the best head of hair in music since Frankie Valli, and defined New Mexico music for 50 years. They, in turn, were giving their spin to a calypso classic originally grabada by Sir Lancelot in the s. I have no idea who cued the song to the old, racist Mickey Mouse cartoon in the YouTube clip shown here, but good for them!
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With over , new and used CDs and DVDs in stock, we are one of the largest independent music stores. See our buy from us page for more details of the types of music and movies we stock. Music lovers and collectors, as well as DVD and CD dealers visit us from around the world to shop our selection. See directions below. Please Note: We do not currently list our inventory or sell online, mainly because our inventory changes greatly from day to day. We are always looking to increase our selection of quality merchandise. If you have any unwanted CDs or DVDs lying around gathering dust, check out our sell to us page, or give us a call at
“Vestido Mojado,” Al Hurricane
Vinyl records are having a renaissance. The oldies are indeed the goodies and in demand by collectors. Some albums are hard to come by, but the owners of these stores have made it their business to find even the most elusive. From vintage jazz records to your favorite modern pop albums, find all the best at these great record stores in New Mexico. There are 50, records, cassettes and CDs for sale at this shop, everything from soul to funk to hip hop, disco, reggae, blues folk, country, as well as soundtracks and classical groups. They can help with special requests for hard to find artists, too. Also on-hand is used stereo equipment, framed album cover art, LP bowls and protective accessories.
Curious New Mexico Answers. Reporter Kenneth Ferguson found that in a day of music downloads and mobile devices, stores that sell music in classic forms are not as common as they used to be, but still have a loyal following. The 4,square-foot store near the intersection of Menual and Pennsylvania primarily offers music on CD, vinyl record, and cassette. The company also offers vintage clothes, turn tables, incense sticks, vintage games and other novelty items. Days like this help smaller stores that still sell records stay in business. The store is open seven days a week and Corrie believes the bulk of her business comes from the traffic traveling on Menaul. Despite being open every day, Corrie only has three employees and herself on staff. Curious New Mexico , Top story. Community members asked us questions like what is the oldest building in the state and are there dead bodies and giant catfish in Elephant Butte, and […].