Joe King Carrasco & El Molino | I Saw My Baby

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I Saw My Baby

by Joe King Carrasco & El Molino

The King of Tex-Mex rock and roll, Joe King Carrasco, creates a cross-cultural stew with blends of salsa, surf, triplets, blues, rock, and Latin-tinged polkas.
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Joe King Carrasco & El Molino
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Known as the King of Tex-Mex rock and roll, Joe King Carrasco, creates a stylistic borderland of pop rock and Latin rhythms. His cross-cultural stew blends cumbias, calypso, salsa, surf, reggae, and Latin-tinged polkas. 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. In his late teens, he was often lured to the beaches in Southern Mexico and was drawn to the Mexican music he was hearing around him. Back in Texas he joined up with future members of the Texas Tornados and in 1979 released his 1st LP titled “Tex-Mex Rock & Roll”. El Molino with members Joe King Carrasco, Speedy Sparks(bass - Texas Tornados, Eve and the Exiles, Texas Mavericks), and Ernie Durawa(drums- Delbert McClinton, Texas Tornadoes, Monstas) went back into the studio in 2012 and recorded this single "I Saw My Baby". They added two additional MVP Austin musicians, Joe Morales(the Monstas, Flaco Jimenez) on sax and Marcelo Gauna (Ray Campi) on accordion. The song was recorded at Roadhouse Rags in Austin, Texas with engineer Clay Connell.



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