El Chicano - Celebration mp3 album
Style: Funk, Latin Jazz
Date of release: 1972
Size MP3: 1640 mb
Size FLAC: 1227 mb
Format: WAV VOX AC3 AA MPC MP1 DTS
Celebration (LP, Album). Celebration (LP, Album).
El Chicano is an American brown-eyed soul group from Los Angeles, California, whose style incorporates various modern music genres including rock, funk, soul, blues, jazz, and salsa. The group's name is from Chicano, a term for United States citizens of typically Mexican descent. El Chicano, originally formed by Freddie Sanchez under the name The VIP's arose during a period of increasing Chicano consciousness in America.
EL CHICANO - El Chicano. Filed under Latin Rock/Soul By EL CHICANO.
Chicano/Latino Commencement Celebration - CLCC. Rosendo Pena Jr. and Josie Rangel as well as others on the Chicano/Latino Commencement Celebration - CLCC committee. The thesis was done by Manuel and Tony J. Garduque and they with Frances and the late Ernesto Martinez were the co-founders honored tonight. A special thanks to my University Communications colleagues Domenick Satterberg, Kathleen Rhodes Schock and Randy Haar for lending their video magic).
El Chicano started out in 1969 and has had a lot of members come and go through the years but always kept true to the Latin soul. If you like Santana's first three albums then you will for sure groove to this. I first encountered El Chicano in (of all places) Portales NM in 1972. They scheduled an impromptu one hour lunch time concert at ENMU. There was a small sign that just said, "El Chicano-Noon at the SU. Nothing else. I wandered over there thinking- cool a lecture on The Chicano Movement in the . It was the best education of my life. They played for over 3 hours and opened my eyes to Latin Rock and Roll.
All formats Album CD CD Album CD Single CD Maxi Vinyl records LP 7 inchs 7 inchs (SP) 7 inchs (EP) 12 inchs 78 rpm 10 inchs DVD VHS Cassette Clothing T-Shirt Others. El chicano el chicano. MCA-312 dark rainbow label 1973 poster 1" superficial price-tag tear on jacket.
El Chicano's contract with MCA ended in 1976; that year, the band recorded its first post-MCA album, This I. .El Chicano, for the independent Shady Brooke label (where the . residents enjoyed more creative control than they had during their six years at MCA). The band's next LP, Look of Love, was released on Musidisc in 1977; then in the early '80s, El Chicano briefly recorded for Columbia, which released the romantic blue-eyed soul tune "Do You Want Me" as a single in 1983.
El Chicano's "Celebration" the third release for Kapp Records continues with it's infectious latin sound. The two former LP's "Viva Tirado" and "Revolucion". The first thing that you'll hear is the absents of female singer "Ersi Arvizu". Ten tracks would grace this record, four of which are El Chicano originals "El Grito", "Mas Zacate", "Satisfy.
|A1||Viva Tirado Otra Vez||1:20|
|A5||Satisfy Me Woman||5:42|
|B4||In A Silent Way||3:00|
|B5||I Feel Free||4:19|
- Arranged By – El Chicano
- Bass, Vocals – Fred Sanchez*
- Congas – Andre Baeza*
- Congas, Vocals – Max Garduno
- Drums, Vocals – John DeLuna
- Flute – Max Garduno
- Guitar – Mickey Lespron
- Keyboards, Vocals – Bob Espinosa*
- Photography – Eddie Caballero, Richard Rankin
- Producer – Don Buday
- Recorded By – Val Christian Garay*
- Timbales – Rudy Regalado
- Vocals – Rudy Salas, Steve Salas
NotesSpecial thanks to; Archie Sullivan, Fernando Igoshi, Maya, Eddie Mora, Richard Leos, Kabuki Lounge, Dave Hassinger and the staff at The Sound Factory and especially to Val (in and beyond the call of duty) Garay.
|KS 3663||El Chicano||Celebration (LP, Album)||KAPP Records||KS 3663||US||1972|
|MCALP-600.015||El Chicano||Celebration (LP, Album)||MCA Records||MCALP-600.015||Brazil||1972|
|MCA-74||El Chicano||Celebration (LP, Album)||MCA Records||MCA-74||US||1972|
|GOLP 3031||El Chicano||Celebration (LP, Album)||GOLD||GOLP 3031||US||Unknown|
|LPS-061, S-1013, KS-3663||El Chicano||Celebration (LP, Album)||Sami , Sami , KAPP Records||LPS-061, S-1013, KS-3663||Venezuela||1972|