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Flaco & Max [electronic resource] : legends & legacies.

Publication:
Washington, DC : Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, 2014.
Series:
Smithsonian Global Sound.
Format/Description:
Sound recording
1 online resource (59 minutes)
Subjects:
Tejano music.
Conjunto music.
Accordion and guitar music.
Popular music -- Latin America -- 2011-2020.
Form/Genre:
Tejano music.
Norteño (Music)
Language:
Sung in Spanish.
Contents:
Margarita, Margarita (3:06)
Cada vez que cae la tarde = Each time the afternoon wanes (3:51)
El pesudo = The man with lots of pesos (3:54)
Me voy lejos = I'm going far away (3:13)
Borradita diente de oro = Bright-eyed golden-tooth girl (3:55)
La múcura = The clay jug (346)
Mi primer amor = My first love (2:44)
El parrandero = The man on a spree (4:27)
Les amores de José = Jose's loves (3:29)
Brincando cercas = Jumping fences (2:47)
Jardin de las flores = Garden of flowers (3:21)
La viejita = The little old lady (2:35)
Beer-drinking polka (2:25)
La nueva Zenaida + The new Zenaida (3:35)
Morena, morenita = Dark woman, little dark woman (3:20)
Ay te guacho cucaracho = See you later, alligator (5:21)
Fiesta alegre = Joyful fiesta (2:49).
Participant:
Flaco Jiménez, vocals and accordian ; Max Baca, vocals and guitar.
Notes:
Streaming audio files.
Includes PDF of liner notes in English and Spanish translation.
Title from resource description page (viewed March 03, 2016).
Contributor:
Jiménez, Flaco, performer.
Baca, Max, performer.
Alexander Street Press.
Other format:
Original cat. no.: SFW40569
OCLC:
935248104
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.
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