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Author Mariachi Los Camperos de Nati Cano, performer.

Title Viva el mariachi! / Nati Cano's Mariachi Los Camperos.

Published Washington, DC : Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, [2002]
℗2002

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Physical description 1 online resource
Notes Most selections either previously released as Sounds of mariachi or are outtakes from the same sessions; tracks 7, 15, and 17 are from a radio show featuring Los Camperos as part of the series Club del sol.
Program and biographical notes, with bibliographical and discographical references (33 p. : ports.) inserted in original container.
Sones, canciones rancheras, huapangos, and boleros from a Los Angeles-based mariachi band.
Contents Los arrieros = Muleteers (4:42) -- San Miguel el Alto (2:35) -- Se me hizo fácil = It was easy for me (2:51) -- El gustito = Little pleasure (2:27) -- Gema = Gem (2:29) -- El autlense = Man from Autlán (3:40) -- Paloma negra = Black dove (2:37) -- Ojitos verdes = Green eyes (3:40) -- Árboles de la barranca = Trees of the ravine (2:42) -- La malagueña = Woman from Málaga (3:13) -- Virgencita de Talpa = Virgin of Talpa (2:17) -- Que te vas, te vas = You say you are going away (2:33) -- Amor ciego = Blind love (3:39) -- El jilguerillo = Goldfinch (2:04) -- Tequila con limón = Tequila with lime (4:20) -- Entre suspiro y suspiro = Between sigh and sigh (3:09) -- El cihualteco = Man from Cihuatlán (2:45).
Performers Nati Cano's Mariachi Los Camperos ; Nati Cano, leader.
Notes Recorded at various sessions in the 1990s.
Language notes Sung in Spanish.
Other author Cano, Nati, 1933-2014.
Sheehy, Daniel Edward.
Subject Boleros (Music)
Folk dance music -- California -- Los Angeles.
Folk dance music -- Mexico.
Folk songs, Spanish -- California -- Los Angeles.
Folk songs, Spanish -- Mexico.
Mariachi -- California -- Los Angeles.
Mexican Americans -- California -- Los Angeles -- Music.
Sones.
Other title Sounds of mariachi.