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Mexican-American Border Music - Various Artists

Cod.artículo: 7001


Precio: $15.00

CD 7001

Historic performances (1928-1964) by pioneer Mexican-American recording artists. These singers and musicians (accordionists, fiddlers, guitarists, orchestras, mariachis and conjuntos) helped popularize and perpetuate a number of the traditions which today constitute the roots of Mexican-American music. Includes 36-page booklet with notes & texts.


1. Es Un Capricho - Bruno Villareal
2. Corrido De Pennsylvania - Pedro Rocha/Lupe Martinez
3. Aunque En Miles Calles Vivas - La Familia Mendoza
4. La Pollita - Narciso Martinez/Santiago Almeida
5. Piensa En Mi - Lydia Mendoza
6. Viva Laredo - El Ciego Melquiades
7.Peregrina - Los Hermanos Chavarria
8. La Cucaracha - Orquesta Pajaro Azul
9. Jesusita - Pedro Rocha/Lupe Martinez
10. Jesusita En Chihuahua - Orquesta Del Norte
11. Nunca Te Creas - Los Madrugadores
12. Ella Es Mi Delirio - Andres Berlanga/Francisco Montalvo
13. Sueno En Rio Grande - Las Hermanas Padilla
14. La India Bonita - Banda Tipica Mazatlan
15. Que Me Gano Con Llorar - Conjunto Trio San Antonio
16. La Cubanita - Santiago Jimenez
17. El Rancho Grande - Santiago Jimenez
18. Sin Tu Carino - Valerio Longoria
19. Cancion Mixteca - Los Donnenos
20. Por Esos Montes (La Primavera) - Los Nortenos with Mariachi
21. El Guero Estrada - Los Alegres De Teran
22. A Punaladas - Los Hermanos Prado
23. Vete De Mi - Los Tremendos Gavilanes
24. Postas De Retrocarga - LasHermanas Degollado
25. Gregorio Cortez - Los Hermanos Banda
26. El Chicano - Los Nortenos De Nuevo Laredo


REVIEWS

“The best news is that Folklyric's LP series `Una historia de la musica de la frontera' is being revamped and reissued on CD. Volume one was one of the most varied and interesting of the original series introducing many of us to such giants of the music as Lydia Mendoza, Narciso Martinez and El Ciego Melquiades. Its across-the-board approach gathered in canciones, corridos, rancheras, polkas, waltzes, and boleros to produce a fascinating overview of the period 1928 - 1958. The CD has been extended to 26 tracks (74:40) and those original tracks since issued on other CDs have been replaced by other performances by the same artists.”

(Keith Briggs — Blues & Rhythm)