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Los Reyes de Albuquerque en Washington, DC - 1992
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(MORE, 1992), 31 mins

"We want to keep the flavor of what our ancestors did at their danzas," says Roberto Martínez, founder of M.O.R.E. (Minority Owned Record Enterprises) and director of Los Reyes de Albuquerque (The Kings of Albuquerque), a musical group formed in the early sixties in Albuquerque, New Mexico. In this album, they pe...

(MORE, 1992), 31 mins
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Con Corridos y Rancheras
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(MORE, 1984), 36 mins, 12 page(s)

Los Reyes de Albuquerque (The Kings of Albuquerque) was established by Roberto Martínez in 1962 and is renowned for their expertise in the performance of Mexican and Mexican–American music, especially their development of the New Mexican style corrido (narrative folk ballad). Two of the most famous corridos co...

(MORE, 1984), 36 mins, 12 page(s)
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Chulas Fronteras & Del Mero Corazón
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produced by Chris Strachwitz, 1931- (Arhoolie Records, 1995), 1 hour 18 mins
produced by Chris Strachwitz, 1931- (Arhoolie Records, 1995), 1 hour 18 mins
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Flaco Jimenez: Un Mojado Sin Licencia
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produced by Chris Strachwitz, 1931-; performed by Flaco Jimenez, 1939- and Toby Torres, fl. 1986 (Arhoolie Records, 1993), 1 hour 7 mins
produced by Chris Strachwitz, 1931-; performed by Flaco Jimenez, 1939- and Toby Torres, fl. 1986 (Arhoolie Records, 1993), 1 hour 7 mins
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Las Tres Mujeres
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in Iowa State Fare: Music from the Heartland (Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, 1996), 3 mins
Scandinavian string band melodies, Meskwaki Indian love songs, gospel harmonies, polkas, old-time fiddling, Mexican folk songs, and blues are some of the vibrant community-based musical traditions presented in this unique collection of Iowa music. Iowa State Fare showcases the vitality and diversity of the state's...
in Iowa State Fare: Music from the Heartland (Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, 1996), 3 mins
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Los Alegres de Terán: Grabaciones Originales 1952-1954
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produced by Chris Strachwitz, 1931-; performed by Tomas Ortiz and Eugenio Abrego, 1922-1988, Los Alegres de Terán (Arhoolie Records, 2004), 55 mins
produced by Chris Strachwitz, 1931-; performed by Tomas Ortiz and Eugenio Abrego, 1922-1988, Los Alegres de Terán (Arhoolie Records, 2004), 55 mins
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En Cada Copa
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produced by Chris Strachwitz, 1931-; performed by Lydia Mendoza, 1916-2007, Mariachi Ideal; in Lydia Mendoza: First Queen of Tejano Music (Arhoolie Records, 1996), 3 mins
produced by Chris Strachwitz, 1931-; performed by Lydia Mendoza, 1916-2007, Mariachi Ideal; in Lydia Mendoza: First Queen of Tejano Music (Arhoolie Records, 1996), 3 mins
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Mariachi los Gavilanes de Oakland
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produced by Chris Strachwitz, 1931- and Jaime Nicolopulos, 1945-2011; performed by Los Gavilanes De Oakland (Arhoolie Records, 2005), 32 mins
produced by Chris Strachwitz, 1931- and Jaime Nicolopulos, 1945-2011; performed by Los Gavilanes De Oakland (Arhoolie Records, 2005), 32 mins
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El Corrido De Jhonny El Pachuco
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produced by Chris Strachwitz, 1931-; performed by Steve Jordan, 1957-; in Steve Jordan: "The Many Sounds of Steve Jordan" (Arhoolie Records, 1985), 4 mins
produced by Chris Strachwitz, 1931-; performed by Steve Jordan, 1957-; in Steve Jordan: "The Many Sounds of Steve Jordan" (Arhoolie Records, 1985), 4 mins
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Corrido de Kansas
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performed by Hermes Nye, 1908-1981; in Texas Folk Songs with Hermes Nye and Guitar (Folkways Records, 1955), 5 mins
The spirit of Hermes Nye's singing emerges in his forthright statement, "Love to sing them, love to hear other people sing them, love to learn new ones. That's about all." These thirteen songs explore the Lone Star State, from a song attributed to desperado Belle Starr to a corrido from south Texas.
performed by Hermes Nye, 1908-1981; in Texas Folk Songs with Hermes Nye and Guitar (Folkways Records, 1955), 5 mins
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