Cholula from Austin, Tx Since Texas Radio refers to high powered Mexican radio stations broadcasting across the border to the U.S., perhaps the lyric "Comes out of the Virginia swamps cool and slow with plenty of precision with a back beat narrow and hard to master" is a reference to Wolfman Jack who began his career in Newport News, VA and then continued to a Mexican station across the Rio Grande from Del Rio, Texas where, according to Wikipedia, Jim Morrison heard him for the first time ...
Jun 03, 2015 · The Doors - "The Wasp (Texas Radio and the Big Beat)" - Song of the Day - 6/3/15. "Texas Radio" refers to high power Mexican radio stations that blasted into Texas in the 1950s. Not restricted by American regulations these stations, whose call letters started with X, could have up to 150,000 watts. Morrison wrote the lyrics years before this was recorded, and used to perform it as a poem.
“The WASP (Texas Radio and the Big Beat)” is a 1971 song written and performed by The Doors from L.A. Woman, the band’s final album with frontman Jim Morrison. Morrison’s spoken
The WASP (Texas Radio and the big beat) meaning. To me the song lyrics are very interesting does anyone know the meaning or what the song is about? It’s pretty much about liberation through music and blues musicians in the 1950s and 60s. And not conforming to the “establishment”.
General CommentI wanna tell you about Texas Radio and the Big Beat (Texas sybolizes a powerful entity while Radio is the media. The Big Beat is a big plan) Comes out of the Virginia swamps (The colonial resistance emerged from the Virginia Swamps to gain independence- the western dream) Cool and slow with plenty of precision (The powerful entity has a cool head slowly working the plan with repeatable accuracy in its execution) With a back beat narrow and hard to master (There is little room ...
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