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Una Mañana De Enero - Primera Parte - L. Barcelata Y M. Apodaca Con Acompañamiento De Guitarras | Frontera Project

Una Mañana De Enero - Primera Parte
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Label Vocalion
Catalog Number 8930
Matrix Number LA 1257-A
Recording Format 78
Composer Lencho, Tio
Genre Corrido
Accompaniment Con Acompañamiento De Guitarras
Performer Listed on Media L. Barcelata Y M. Apodaca
Composer Lencho, Tio
Accompaniment Con Acompañamiento De Guitarras
Recording Format 78
Recording Date 03/25/1937
Condition: N-
Subject immigration, praise, country, undocumented
Label Vocalion
Catalog Number 8930
Matrix Number LA 1257-A
Genre Corrido
Staff Notes: Spottswood list the matrix number as LA 1257-A. This corrido is about a family that takes off from the Capital of Mexico en route to the United States. They took off a morning in January and boarded a train. It talks about what they saw on the way to the border. They made it to Nogales. It also talks about the difficulty they had communicating there and all they could answer was “Yes” to any question that was asked of them. They also had a difficult time finding someone that would take their money because all they would take was gold. From there they went to Tucson.
Transfer Date: Wednesday, July 31, 2002
Donated By: Chris Strachwitz

Staff Notes

Spottswood list the matrix number as LA 1257-A. This corrido is about a family that takes off from the Capital of Mexico en route to the United States. They took off a morning in January and boarded a train. It talks about what they saw on the way to the border. They made it to Nogales. It also talks about the difficulty they had communicating there and all they could answer was “Yes” to any question that was asked of them. They also had a difficult time finding someone that would take their money because all they would take was gold. From there they went to Tucson.

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