Las Aventuras de Enrique y Ana

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“Las Aventuras de Enrique y Ana”
TeleAmazonas

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Dueto Sombrero

De Rompe y Razga
“Dueto Frontera”
Discos Musart

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Locked Up Abroad

Poncho Martinez “El Rivereno”
“Dispuesto a Morir”
Estrella # 001

Same Poncho?

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The Peacocks

Los Pavos Reales
“Con Musica Para Bailar de los 1940-1950-1960-1970-1980″
Joey #2040
1978

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Los Fabulosos Sombreros

Los Fabulosos Cuatro
“Rancheras con Los Fabulosos Cuatro”
Impacto #1013

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Stereotypes? We don’t need no stinking stereotypes.

Living Marimbas
“Mexican Joe”
RCA/Camden #CAS-2117
1967

From the Back Cover:
There’s new life and sparkle these days in the music that’s risen from South of the Border. It’s a feeling, an excitement, a zip, a dash that puts exuberance in songs old and new….

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Never Take a Guitar to a Machete Battle

El Indio Duarte
“El Duelo del Mayoral”
Fuentes #MF-3085

From the Back Cover:

“El Duelo del Mayoral, de donde extrae su titulo, la interesante caratula de este precioso disco, es otro dramatico tema de una pasion tan insondable… como la noche misma, de la infinita muerte!”

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Her-Ray Herrera

Ray Herrera
“Her-Ray Herrera”
Sims #124

From the Back Cover:

Cover of album was taken at El Fenix Restaurant on the Northwest Highway in Dallas, Texas.

The story of El Fenix, supposed inventors of the enchilada.

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Ruinas, Desolacion, y Muerte

“Paseo por Guatemala: Ruinas, Desolacion y Muerte Vol. II”
Fonica # SF-76151

Doesn’t quite live up to Volume 1…

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Vamos a la Escuela

Cepillin
“Vamos a la Escuela”
Orfeon #LP-16H

“Vamos a la Escuela”:

Vamos a la Escuela
Cepillin, aka Ricardo Gonzalez, was a popular TV clown in 1960′s Latin America. He started out as a kids’ dentist in Monterrey, Mexico. “Cepillin” translates roughly to “little toothbrush”.

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