mexicovers: November 2006

Thursday, November 23, 2006

Pancho Quijano - Guitares Et Rythmes Latins - 1969



I don't know who Mr. Pancho Quijano is (or was), but he sure can play the guitar!!, so if you'd like to listen to this fine (and short) record (20 min Total Time), go ahead and give it a try....

And Here's The Track List:

Side A:
01 - L'amour Est Bleu
02 - Cumana
03 - Wish
04 - Candy
05 - Senorita
Side B:
06 - Meditation
07 - En Suivant L'etoile (Cuando Sali De Cuba)
08 - Quiet Nights
09 - Et Maintenant (What Now My Love)
10 - Guantanamera

Please Enjoy!! and remember to play this record only on Stereophonic Equipment!

Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Los Super Secos - Rock'N Roll

Los Super Secos


This is a very obscure album, from a very obscure rare that I haven't heard anything about them, there's no liner notes...nothing at all, not even a song in some compilation.
I found this album on my last trip to the local flea market, and the guy told me it was a good rock band (and I believed him)....
So let me introduce to you: Los Super Secos (The Super Dry??) the way, the back cover is autographed, and it mentions something about Acapulco, so I guess it was a local band, anyways, enjoy the music, and if by any means you happen to know something about them, let me know......

Last but not least, today is the first anniversary of mexicovers, so let me thank all of you that take some time to drop by, leave some comments and download all this junk, all I can say is:

Here's my cerveza and cheers to you!!!!

Ayyyeeee ayyyeeee ayeeee!!!!
Siiiiiiii Seeeeennnooorrrrrr!!!!!

And Here's The Track List:

Side A:
01- Rock De La Carcel (Jailhouse Rock)
02- Popotitos (Boney Maroney)
03- Agujetas De Color De Rosa (Pink Shoe Laces)
04- Estremecete (All Shook Up)
05- Speedy Gonzalez
Side B:
06- La Plaga (Good Golly Miss Molly)
07- El Acapulco Rock
08- Rey Criollo (King Creole)
09- Tuti Fruti
10- La Noche Azul (?)

Please Enjoy!! and remember to play this record only on Stereophonic Equipment!

Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Alfredo Urdiain Y Su Orquesta Show- 1970

Urdi what???


This album has a weird mix of styles, it has dixieland, it has bossa, one tango, some mariachi and Tijuana Taxi...but as weird as it may look, it actually sounds very well, as all the band members are skillful musicians, each plays at least four instruments, (that's what the liner notes says) and the banjo sounds great!!.

Here's an excerpt from the Liner Notes:

"This album takes the listener to the original period of this music, the atmosphere created by this recordings is powerful enough to infect happiness even to the most indifferent person.
In addition, it has the quality of creating a collective joy from the very first beats of the 12 selections included here.
This Orchestra Show made it's debut on June 13th, 1963, in the "Belvedere" lounge of the Hilton Hotel in Mexico City, where they had a contract for a couple of weeks but due to their success they managed to have daily shows for 5 straight years."

And Here's The Track List:

Side A:
01- Marcha Dixie-Politecnico "Leven Anclas"
02- Meditacion (Meditation)
03- No Es Ella Dulce? (Ain't She Sweet?)
04- La Comparsita
05- Mira Que Pasa
06- Jesusita En Chihuahua
Side B:
07- Muneca De Satin (Satin Doll)
08 -Hello Dolly
09 -Carinoso
10- Zorba El Griego (Zorba The Greek)
11- Incertidumbre
12- Tijuana Taxi

Please Enjoy!! and remember to play this record only on Stereophonic Equipment!


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