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Road Trip Volume 2: Music for finding Bigfoot

It’s so funny how every time Bill and I go for a walk at Pheasant Branch Conservancy in the early evening, the next day people report having heard the distinctive ‘Whoop Whoop’ of a Squatch. One of these times we’re going to see one. Hopefully a baby! In the meantime, I have created this mix of music that I think would attract a Squatch, or perhaps even some Chupacabras, since these are all my favorites that nobody else likes. Just like Squatchy.

But first, some facts to keep in mind:

Squatches like country music. They are not city slickers. They do not like club music. They cannot dance.

Squatches are private creatures. If you bring a camera, your odds of seeing one go down substantially.

Squatches smell bad. Not to be mean, but it’s true.

Squatches are probably friendly, but they might be mean. Who knows?

Chupacabras are a whole different story.

Highwayman – by the Highwaymen

Elvira – by the Oak Ridge Boys

The Oakridge Boys covering The White Stripes’ Seven Nation Army
– I think this one, more than any of the others, would really drive Squatchy out of his cave. Play this while holding a tray of freshly baked cinnamon rolls.

Country Roads – by John Denver

Pancho and Lefty – performed by Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard.

Flowers on the Wall – by the Statler Brothers

All the Gold in California – by the Gatlin Brothers

Hey Good Lookin’ – performed by Johnny Cash

Man of Constant Sorrow – by the Soggy Bottom Boys

A Country Boy Can Survive* – by Hank Williams Jr

*Switch out ‘Country Boy’ for ‘Squatchy Boy’ to more effectively lure in a Squatch.

This entry was published on June 20, 2012 at 11:45 pm. It’s filed under Albums, Music, Playlists and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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