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CDs - Arhoolie Mexican Regional / Tejano


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Valerio Longoria - Texas Conjunto Pioneer

CAT. #: 358

$15.00

CD 358 1. Vieja Escalera 2. Pasa Tiempo 3. La Filomena 4. Si Tu Te Vas 5. Los Desenganos 6. Yo Te Quiero A Ti 7. Amor Con Interes 8. Amor De... More


Valerio Longoria - Caballo Viejo

CAT. #: 336

$15.00

CD 336 Valerio Longoria - accordion & vocals, and his conjunto. 1. Me Vas A Olvidar 2. El Canoero 3. Pa' Que Me Sirve La Vida 4. Por... More


Trio San Antonio - Trio San Antonio

CAT. #: 9052

$10.00

CD 9052 Pioneer Conjunto/Norteno artists, Fred Zimmerle's Trio San Antonio, bring you some of the best, soulful, honest, fierce, and energetic... More


Tony de la Rosa - Atotonilco

CAT. #: 362

$15.00

CD 362 Born in 1931 in Sarita, Texas, Tony de la Rosa went on to become one of the legends of Texas conjunto music, contributing major changes to the... More


The Soulful Women Duets Of South Texas - Various Artists

CAT. #: 486

$15.00

CD 486 With the Mexican diaspora throughout the American southwest and beyond, women duets became as popular as their male equivalents, especially... More


The Roots of the NarcoCorrido - Various Artists

CAT. #: 7053

$15.00

CD 7053 1.El Corrido De Heraclio Bernal (ca. 1888) sung by Dueto Adan & Eva with Mariachi Guadalajara 2.Mariano Resendez (ca. 1890) sung by Timoteo... More


The Mexican Revolution - Various Artists

CAT. #: 7041

$40.00

Corridos about the Heroes and Events, 1910-1920 and Beyond!
4 CD set with 180 page book

The Mexican Revolution had a profound effect on every aspect of Mexican life and culture. This four CD set of historic corridos (ballads) provides a comprehensive overview of the events and key figures of the Mexican Revolution during this pivotal time in the Mexican Republic as sung by popular singers who recorded these renditions between 1904 and 1974 in both the United States and Mexico. 


The Devils Swing (El Columpio Del Diablo) - Various Artists

CAT. #: 480

$15.00

CD 480 Where the Río Grande and the Río Conchos join, rests a remote oasis in a mountainous desert wilderness of awesome austerity.... More


Tejano Roots - Various Artists

CAT. #: 341

$15.00

CD 341 From the heart of South Texas, 24 regional juke box hits from IDEAL Records, the first major Tejano owned and operated recording company (1946... More


Tejano Roots - The Women - Various Artists

CAT. #: 343

$15.00

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


South Texas Polka Party! - Various Artists

CAT. #: 9005

$10.00

CD 9005 Featuring the greatest Tejano Accordion players: Paulino Bernal, Narciso Martínez, Tony De La Rosa, Ricardo Guzmán, Juan... More


Santiago Jimenez, Jr. - Purely Instrumental

CAT. #: 466

$15.00

CD 466 A contemporary recording of Santiago Jiménez Jr. one of the most popular traditional conjunto style accordionists in Texas today.... More


Santiago Jimenez, Jr. - El Mero, Mero De San Antonio

CAT. #: 317

$15.00

CD 317 Santiago Jimenez - accordion & vocals with Juan García - bajo sexto and Juan Viesca - bass. The best of ARH LPs 3016, 3020 + 6... More


Santiago Jimenez, Jr. - El Corrido De Esequiel Hernendez

CAT. #: 9016

$10.00

CD 9016 Santiago Jiménez Jr. - accordion & lead vocal, Victor Mermea - bajo sexto & second voice, Rufus MartÌnez -... More


San Antonio's Conjuntos In The 1950s - Various Artists

CAT. #: 376

$15.00

CD 376 Reissue of 78s recorded for Jaime Wolf's RIO label in the late 1940s and early 50s. Includes 24-page booklet with notes, song transcriptions... More


Rumel Fuentes - Corridos of the Chicano Movement

CAT. #: 507

$15.00

CD 507 Rumel Fuentes was a devoted activist, composer, and singer for the Chicano Movement during the late 1960s and early 1970s. His home was in... More


Raul "El Ruco" Martinez - Dueto Alegre

CAT. #: 9029

$10.00

CD 9029 Raul "El Ruco" Martínez and his Dueto Alegre were among the pioneers of the accordion-based norteño sound. A nephew of the... More


Pedro Ayala - El Monarca Del Acordeon

CAT. #: 9022

$10.00

CD 9022 Pedro Ayala - accordion instrumentals with various accompaniments. Pedro Ayala was one of the major pioneers of Norteno and Conjunto music.... More


Pachuco Boogie - Various Artists

CAT. #: 7040

$15.00

CD 7040 The original recordings of hip, swinging, Latin music from the southwest of the 1940's! During and after World War II a new sound and a new... More


Orquestas Tipicas - Various Artists

CAT. #: 7017

$15.00

CD 7017 These Mexican and Mexican American orchestras range in size from clarinet or violin-led trios to 10 or 15 piece bands. The popular dance... More