Babe Ruth - The Mexican (2007 Digital Remaster)

"The Mexican" is a piece of music on the album ''First Base'' (1972) by the 1970s British band Babe Ruth.The song is based on the whistling from the music soundtrack by Ennio Morricone for the film For a Few Dollars More. It has been compiled, covered and mixed many times and is considered one of the most influential songs in Hip - Hop music culture.The song was written by Alan Shacklock and recorded along with the rest of the First Base album at Abbey Road Studios in the summer of 1972. Shacklock wrote the lyrics of the song as a retort to the 1960 John Wayne film The Alamo which was full of historical inaccuracies and did not show the human side of the Mexican troops who defeated the Texian forces at the Battle of the Alamo. The song has a driving drum beat and funky bass and shows Shacklock's fondness for African-American music and Wild West shoot outs.



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Babe Ruth (Musical Group) First Base Remastered The Mexican


Justin Cook
this bands one of the dopest
Neusa Maria Amancio
um clássico da geração que me orgulho de pertencer, curti muito essa e várias outras na época a linha era essa.creio que cada geração tem a trilha sonora que merece
Nikolaos Mosxakis
is ok.
Ronny Razor
Real popular tune with francophones and anglophones in Montreal! Montreal always has a knack for pickin' some very interesting songs to the bizarre ones.
Ryan Hanks
Classic hip-hop
felicia5337
she worked this song!!!!!!
teknoäijä
thanks for uploading this gem and for info also.i just love morricone s work and this just does him justice.