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Cuatro Tiros Pesados - Conjunto Trio San Antonio Fred Zimmerle - accordion (guitar or bajo sexto on selections without accordion), Andrés Berlanga - bajo sexto, Juan Viesca - string bass & gritos, vocal: Fred Zimmerle - Andrés Berlanga - Steve Jaramillo | Frontera Project

Cuatro Tiros Pesados
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Catalog Number 9052
Recording Format CD
Genre Corrido
Accompaniment Fred Zimmerle - accordion (guitar or bajo sexto on selections without accordion), Andrés Berlanga - bajo sexto, Juan Viesca - string bass & gritos, vocal: Fred Zimmerle - Andrés Berlanga - Steve Jaramillo
Subjects contraband, male, valor, drugs
Performer Listed on Media Conjunto Trio San Antonio
Accompaniment Fred Zimmerle - accordion (guitar or bajo sexto on selections without accordion), Andrés Berlanga - bajo sexto, Juan Viesca - string bass & gritos, vocal: Fred Zimmerle - Andrés Berlanga - Steve Jaramillo
Recording Format CD
Recording Date 05/06/1974
Subject contraband, male, valor, drugs
Track Number 20
Record Producer
Chris Strachwitz
Album title Fred Zimmerle’s Conjunto Trio San Antonio
Country USA
Catalog Number 9052
Genre Corrido
Location of Label:
10341 San Pablo Ave. El Cerrito, California 94530
Staff Notes: This corrido takes place in 1965, where 2 heroin dealers set out from San Quilmas on foot, en route to San Antonio, where upon arriving to their destination, they met their demise. CD contains a 12 page booklet with notes, photos, select transcriptions, select translations and Track Listing. Recorded by Chris Strachwitz on May 4, 5, 6 & 12 of 1974, using a Nagra IV-S and 2 Neuman microphones, in the home of Fred Zimmerle.
Transfer Date: Tuesday, December 5, 2017
Donated By: Chris Strachwitz

Staff Notes

This corrido takes place in 1965, where 2 heroin dealers set out from San Quilmas on foot, en route to San Antonio, where upon arriving to their destination, they met their demise. CD contains a 12 page booklet with notes, photos, select transcriptions, select translations and Track Listing. Recorded by Chris Strachwitz on May 4, 5, 6 & 12 of 1974, using a Nagra IV-S and 2 Neuman microphones, in the home of Fred Zimmerle.

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