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  1. "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. Jim Morrison and Ray Manzarek both heard Wolfman Jack on one.

  2. It is about liberation from Pharaoh and marks Texas as a central point of that liberation. It is about the message of liberation coming from the radio. 3 level 2 atadel · 3 yr. ago The pharaoh part is just a metaphor I think.

  3. “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 word lyric was a...

  4. "I want to tell you about Texas Radio and the Big Beat. It comes out of the Virginia Swamps, cool and slow, with a backbeat, narrow and hard to master. Some call it heavenly in its brilliance others, mean and rueful of the Western dream I love the friends I have gathered together on this thin raft

  5. 1 Texas Radio & The Big Beat Lyrics [Spoken Intro] I wanna tell you 'bout Texas Radio and the Big Beat It comes out of the Virginia swamps, cool and slow With a back beat narrow and hard to master...

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