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Joe "King" Carrasco & the Crowns - Party Safari [EP] album mp3
Mexican Traditions,New Wave,Punk/New Wave,Tex-Mex
  • Performer:
    Joe "King" Carrasco & the Crowns
  • Title:
    Party Safari [EP]
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Mexican Traditions,New Wave,Punk/New Wave,Tex-Mex
  • Date of release:
    1981
  • Size FLAC version
    1545 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1325 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1597 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.1
  • Votes:
    458
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Boisterous Carefree Celebratory Confident Energetic Freewheeling Fun Irreverent Manic Playful Quirky Exuberant Rambunctious Rowdy. Joe "King" Carrasco & the Crowns.

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Guitar, Vocals – Joe King Carrasco. Keyboards, Backing Vocals – Kristine Cummings. Mastered By – Greg Calbi. Photography By – Michael Lyon (2). Photography By – David Kennedy (10). Producer – Richard Gottehrer. Recorded By, Mixed By – Thom Panunzio.

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Joe "King" Carrasco and the Crowns (album). Joe "King" Carrasco and the Crowns is an album by Joe Carrasco, released by Stiff Records (SEEZ 28) on October 10, 1980 in the United Kingdom. An American version with a different track listing and cover design was released by Hannibal Records (HNBL 1308) around the same time. All listed tracks were composed by Joe "King" Carrasco and Johnny Perez; except where indicated.

It has been a long road, coming from Dumas,Texas, a dusty little west Texas town where in the 7th grade he started playing in garage bands

Joe "King" Carrasco wrote this song with the Crowns' bass player, Brad Kizer. The song is about looking forward to a fun-filled weekend, which is exactly what they were doing when they got the idea. In our interview with Carrasco, he explained that they were hanging out on Guadalupe Street in Austin, Texas when the inspiration struck. It was a Friday night and I said, 'Brad, it looks like a party weekend,'" Carrasco said. I went, 'Wow, that's a good song title

As Joe 'King' Carrasco and the Crowns, Carrasco and his band released a self-titled album on Stiff Records in 1981 Since the mid-1980s, Carrasco has released many CDs under his own independent label, Anaconda Records. Stage Name Discography. Joe King Carrasco & El Molino (1978, Lisa Records)

Credits

Joe "King" Carrasco - Guitar, Primary Artist, Vocals
Joe "King" Carrasco & the Crowns - Primary Artist