It was one of my three sisters birthdays yesterday and I was thinking about being kids watching tv together, which was my favorite passtime; OK, that’s all I did. There was a TV show in arizona called “the Wallace and Ladmo Show”. It was your basic show cartoons and do little skits for the kids in between the cartoons. The Holy Grail to any kid was the ‘Ladmo Bag’, which was basically a brown paper lunch sack filled with clover club potato chips, a soft drink, and various items full of sugary goodness. No, I never got a Ladmo bag. There is family lore that my eldest sister received one in these, reports are sketchy. If you are curious about this Arizona phenomenon click the picture to read more, you can even see a Ladmo Bag. Mornings when the theme song came on (it could’ve been afternoon, i get those two mixed up, always have) were yes, annoying, but fun nonetheless and here’s a song to remember it all. Here you go Can.
Wallace and Ladmo Theme
I went and saw Nacho Libre with my dad last week. I know alot of people didn’t review this movie very well. I have to say that growing up in rural Arizona did add to the humor of the situation. That music also added to the overall impact the movie had and it’s sad to say that there isn’t a Nacho Libre soundtrack, so it took quite a while to track down the main song from the movie: sung by Mr. Loco. So if you have any pull you should contact the powers that be and let them know we need a soundtrack. Here’s a bit from the song.
Religious Man – Mr. Loco