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    La música norteña

    Thousands of years ago I was a teacher in south Texas. Some of my students had their own band (a conjunto), called Las rancheritas, which performed folk music of northern Mexico all over the Valley (Mexico and the USA).

    Yesterday I digitized an LP they made around 1970. Figured some BCF members might enjoy it.

    All of those young women were my students. And a few years later, one was a bit more than a student ...

    Mickey don't you say a word!

    Download and enjoy.

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=11q...F_Przcff3JRDj8

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=1aY...R76sWo3ru93gX0

    ¡ole!

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    Re: La música norteña

    Wow, that's slicker than snail snot! Thanks for sharing that, Tom!
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    Re: La música norteña

    Great music Tom. Thanks for posting.
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    Re: La música norteña

    Felina no tenia nada en Sylvia.
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    Re: La música norteña

    Real folkloric music. Good close harmony. Was the band music live or recorded?

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    Re: La música norteña

    Quote Originally Posted by pdplot View Post
    Real folkloric music. Good close harmony. Was the band music live or recorded?
    Paul, I made a digital copy of my original LP.

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