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Ole Mexico

“Ole”  South of the Border   The Harmonicats (a group of all harmonicas)  Mercury Records EP

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Mexico, we have a problem

Los 4 Amigos en el Espacio   Columbia

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Movin’ and shakin’

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“Ritmo Candente”  Orfeon Records (Mexico)  Chico O’Farrill, Orquesta Riverside, Roberto Faz, etc.  Cool new addition to the collection!

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Bettie Page discovery

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Wow!  A new find here.  A very rare Bettie Page EP cover from Mexico.  Kiko y Beto “Censura C” on Philips (1966) .

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Luis the VIVI

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“El Monstruo”  Luis “Vivi” Hernandez  Orfeon Records (Mexico)  Great early rock’n roll cover in spanish of Bobby Boris Pickett’s Monster Mash from 1966

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Absolutely Fab

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Fabiana . Con las orquestas de Jose Sabre Marroquin y Jorge Ortega  Musart (Mexico)

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Badly drawn boy and girl

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“Noviembre 32”  Son-Art Records (Mexico)  A comp from 1969 including covers of “ob la di, ob la da” and “I say a little prayer”, etc.  Cool sketchy marker illustration.

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The latin fringe

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Las Potranquitas del Norte  Caliente Records (Columbia)  (1973) .  This is music from northern Mexico called, Norteno.   Norteno music revolves around the accordion, drums and the Baja Sexto (a big acoustic bass guitar) to produce a polka like sound.  Las Potranquitas add the electric guitar and bass.  Their music follows the traditional Notreno polka blueprint, but there are flashes of bubblegum pop and garage rock that poke through all the Oom-pah!.  Listen HERE.

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He’s not our president!

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Luis y Julian DLV Records  (Mexico)

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