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Un Chavo De La Paloma - Los Pinguinos Del Norte Rubén Castillo Juárez - accordion, Hilario Gaytán Moreno - guitar, Ricardo Escalante - bass, vocal: Rubén Castillo Juárez - Hilario Gaytán Moreno | Frontera Project

Un Chavo De La Paloma
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Catalog Number 9051
Recording Format CD
Composer Valdez, Manuel C.
Accompaniment Rubén Castillo Juárez - accordion, Hilario Gaytán Moreno - guitar, Ricardo Escalante - bass, vocal: Rubén Castillo Juárez - Hilario Gaytán Moreno
Performer Listed on Media Los Pingüinos Del Norte
Accompaniment Rubén Castillo Juárez - accordion, Hilario Gaytán Moreno - guitar, Ricardo Escalante - bass, vocal: Rubén Castillo Juárez - Hilario Gaytán Moreno
Recording Format CD
Recording Date 01/01/1970
Subject drinking, celebration, incarceration, boasting, womanizing, contraband, drugs
Track Number 12
Record Producer
Chris Strachwitz
Album title Corridos De La Frontera
Country USA
Catalog Number 9051
Location of Label:
10341 San Pablo Ave. El Cerrito, California 94530
Staff Notes: This track is written in the “Caló” pachuco style and is basically a young man boasting about various criminal activities as well as his prowess with woman. (One Of The Guys In The Gang). Recorded by Chris Strachwitz with one mic, during the filming of “Chulas Fronteras” with cinematographer Les Blank, in January of 1975. CD contains a 24 page insert with notes, pictures, transcriptions, translations and Track Listing.
Transfer Date: Monday, November 27, 2017
Donated By: Chris Strachwitz

Staff Notes

This track is written in the “Caló” pachuco style and is basically a young man boasting about various criminal activities as well as his prowess with woman. (One Of The Guys In The Gang). Recorded by Chris Strachwitz with one mic, during the filming of “Chulas Fronteras” with cinematographer Les Blank, in January of 1975. CD contains a 24 page insert with notes, pictures, transcriptions, translations and Track Listing.

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