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CAT. #: 342
CD 342 1.Muchacha bonita (polka) - Narciso Martinez 2.Patricia (mazurka) - Pedro Ayala 3.La coneja (polka) - Paulino Bernal 4.Cuando bebo (vals... More
CAT. #: DVD104
Two Classics Movies Together on One DVD. Documentaries on the history and roots of Tex-Mex music.
Plus 30 minutes of "Lost and Found" bonus footage.
Chulas Fronteras with:
Lydia Mendoza, Flaco Jiménez, Narciso Martínez, Los Alegres de Teran, Rumel Fuentes, Don Santiago Jiménez, Los Pinqüinos Del Norte, Ramiro Cavazos (Canción Mixteca),and others. A complex, insightful look at the Chicano experience as mirrored in the lives and music of the most acclaimed Norteño musicians of the Texas-Mexican border.
CAT. #: 425
CD 425 This CD is the soundtrack to the films Chulas Fronteras and Del Mero Corazon . All recordings were made on location by Chris Strachwitz in 1976... More
CAT. #: 7001
CD 7001 Historic performances (1928-1964) by pioneer Mexican-American recording artists. These singers and musicians (accordionists, fiddlers,... More
CAT. #: 509
CD 509 Juan Reynoso - violin & vocals ; Neyo Reynoso - vocals & guitar; Castula Benitez de la Paz - vocals & guitar; Javier... More
CAT. #: 343
CD 343 In 1946 the sister duo of Carmen and Laura from Alice, Texas, accompanied by the best Tejano conjuntos and orquestas of the time, like... More
CAT. #: 7045
CD 7045 El Ciego Melquiades - fiddle with unknown guitar, violoncello, and string bass (clarinet on track #7). Recorded in San Antonio, Texas,... More
CAT. #: 7036
CD 7036 The most important historical release of Mariachi music ever! This CD presents the earliest mariachi recordings. The Cuarteto Coculense... More
CAT. #: 7018
CD 7018 The Orquesta de Cuerda was a "downhome" string band variation of the Orquesta Típica. These string bands appealed more to rural... More
CAT. #: 410
CD 410 A collection of some of Los Pavos Reales' early recordings made for the IDEAL label of San Benito, Texas in addition to the very first... More
CAT. #: 480
CD 480 Where the Río Grande and the Río Conchos join, rests a remote oasis in a mountainous desert wilderness of awesome austerity.... More
CAT. #: 366
CD 366 Freddie Fender (Baldemar Huerta) - vocals & guitar with René Moody - bass; Little Herman - drums; Louis Moody - guitar; and... More
CAT. #: 430
CD 430 Juanita and Maria Mendoza were raised in a musical family, that honed their talents and experience in a vaudevillean environment in south... More
CAT. #: 407
CD 407 Juan López - accordion and his conjunto. "From the remote ranchitos and hamlets of south Texas comes this rhythmic, lilting, and... More
CAT. #: 7035
CD 7035 Los Madrugadores was the Number One group in Mexican-American Music in the 1930's. They were the first big stars of Mexican‚American... More
CAT. #: 106
CD 106 1. La Chileca - Conjunto Alma De Apatzingan 2. Bala Perdida - Los Cenzontles 3. La Leva - Los Caimanes 4. No Compro Amores - Mariachi Los... More
CAT. #: 513
CD 513 Lydia Mendoza, the great, legendary First Star of Tejano Music, The Meadowlark of the Border, The Songstress of the Poor, started her... More
CAT. #: 9059
CD 9059 1. Southern Select (Polka) 2. Salvador (Vals) 3. Tequila Es Mala Yerba (Polka) 4. Rosita (Vals) 5. Rio Grande (Polka) 6.... More
CAT. #: 7012
CD 7012 "Mariachi Tapatio played a crucial role in the evolution of mariachi music. In the 1930s and 1940s, Tapatio was the urban mariachi... More
CAT. #: 7019
This historic double CD collection from “The Golden Era of the Recorded Corrido: 1928-1937” presents twenty seven examples of the Mexican Border Ballad tradition. These commercially recorded story songs document and chronicle celebrated heroes and events as well as minor fictional characters and folk tales.
Accordion Conjunto Champs - Various Artists
Chulas Fronteras & Del Mero Corazon - Vari...
Mexican-American Border Music - Various Ar...
Juan Reynoso - Genius Of Mexico's Tierra C...
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