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Mexican Regional / Tejano

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Lydia Mendoza - The Best of Lydia Mendoza

CAT. #: 536

$15.00

  CD 536 Lydia Mendoza was the first Queen of Tejano Music, with a recording career that began in 1928 and lasted more than 60 years. Known as... More


Lydia Mendoza - A Family Autobiography

CAT. #: Book-Mendoza

$25.00

Lydia Mendoza--with 12-string guitar and soulful renditions of tangos, boleros, corridos, and other popular songs--catapulted to fame (if not fortune) as... More


Las Hermanas Mendoza - Juanita Y Maria

CAT. #: 430

$15.00

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


Lydia Mendoza - First Queen Of Tejano Music

CAT. #: 392

$15.00

CD 392 The roots of Tejano music evolved in the late forties and early fifties when South Texas clubs, dancehalls, and bars began featuring popular... More


Los Donnenos - Grabaciones Originales

CAT. #: 9057

$10.00

CD 9057 Los Donneños became major pioneering stars in the mid 1950s of the then evolving Norteño music. This once regional rural music... More


Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlan - Their First Recordings: 1937-1947

CAT. #: 7015

$15.00

CD 7015 Today mariachi music has become the national musical symbol of Mexico. Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlán, founded almost 100 years ago,... More


Juan Reynoso - Genius Of Mexico's Tierra Caliente

CAT. #: 509

$15.00

CD 509 Juan Reynoso - violin & vocals ; Neyo Reynoso - vocals & guitar; Castula Benitez de la Paz - vocals & guitar; Javier... More


Conjunto Bernal - Mi Unico Camino

CAT. #: 9060

$10.00

CD 9060 Paulino Bernal - accordion & vocals; Eloy Bernal - bajo sexto & vocals; Ruben Perez - high lead voice, bass & drums.... More


Tony De La Rosa - The Complete Discos Ideal Recordings, Volume 1

CAT. #: 8006

Available only as a Digital Download.

Digital Download # 8006 This album is available only as a digital download and is not available on CD. You can download a single song or the entire... More


Los Pavos Reales - Early Hits

CAT. #: 410

$15.00

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


Los Madrugadores - 1931-1937

CAT. #: 7035

$15.00

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


Los Caimanes & Los Caporales de Panuco - Huapangos Y Sones Huastecos

CAT. #: 431

$15.00

CD 431 The joyous, exciting Huastecan sound featuring an exuberant blend of fiddle, guitarra quinta and jarana along with magnificent falsetto... More


Don Santiago Jimenez - First And Last Recordings

CAT. #: 414

$15.00

CD 414 Santiago Jiménez - accordion & vocals; with (#1-12): Leonardo “ Flaco ” Jiménez - bajo sexto and second... More


Mariachi Tapatio de Jose Marmolejo - Mexico's Pioneer Mariachis - Vol.2

CAT. #: 7012

$15.00

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


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


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


Conjunto Alma Jarocha - Sones Jarochos

CAT. #: 354

$15.00

CD 354 Recorded in Veracruz, México featuring arpa jarocha (harp), jarana, and requinto jarocho and vocals. Descriptive notes with song... More


Mariachi los Gavilanes de Oakland - Corrido Del Mono

CAT. #: 9050

$10.00

CD 9050 Mariachi los Gavilanes [Hawks] de Oakland were a San Francisco Bay Area institution since before 1992, when they were first released by... 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


Norteno & Tejano Accordion Pioneers - Various Artists

CAT. #: 7016

$15.00

CD 7016 “Mexican American Border Music Vol. III: In south Texas and the border region accordion music was the music of country folk, ranch... More