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Mexican Regional / Tejano

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Conjunto Bernal (Paulino Bernal) - 16 Early Hits

CAT. #: 9010

$10.00

CD 9010 Accordionist/singer Paulino Bernal joined his bajo sexto playing older brother, Eloy in 1952 to launch the career of Los Hermanitos... More


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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 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


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


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


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


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


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


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