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Flaco Jiménez is title of a studio album released by American performer Flaco Jiménez. It was released in October 25, 1994 by Arista Records
Flaco Jimenez - "This Could be the one" from the Album Sleepy Town. 2013 Music Lyric Video by Zunigas
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Volume 1 is the debut studio album by American alternative rock band CKY. Recorded at The Ground Hog Studios in Holland, Pennsylvania, it was produced, engineered and mixed by guitarist Chad I Ginsburg, and originally released on February 27, 1999 by Distant Recordings and Teil Martin International. Since its initial release under the title Camp Kill Yourself, the album has been reissued a number of times by various record labels with different titles and album covers.
The Hohner company collaborated with Jiménez to create the Flaco Jimenez Signature Series of accordions. His brother, Santiago Jiménez, J. is also an accomplished accordionist and has recorded extensively. Jiménez's 2014 CD, Flaco & Max: Legends & Legacies, was issued by Smithsonian Folkways Recordings. In 2015, "Legends & Legacies" won Flaco Jiménez and Max Baca an award in the Latin Album category at the 14th Annual Independent Music Awards. Flaco Jiménez and Max Baca, 2013.
Flaco's first instrument was the bajo sexto (a Mexican variation on the 12-string guitar), which he started to play at age seven, but after he became proficient enough to join his father on-stage, Flaco's interest turned to the accordion, and he developed a joyous, expressive style that was influenced by zydeco master Clifton Chenier as well as. his father and his Tex-Mex peers. At 15, Jimenéz formed his first band, Los Caporales, and the group soon won a sizable following in San Antonio, cutting records for a local label and earning a weekly spot on a local television variety show. him his first serious recognition outside of the Tejano scene. In 1976, Ry Cooder included Flaco on his album Chicken Skin Music, and the groundbreaking folk and roots music label Arhoolie Records released Flaco Jimenéz & His Conjunto in 1978, finally giving his own music distribution outside of the Southwest.
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Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). The album is a pretty good representation of his work. This is a good addition to your Tejano library. Published on May 9, 2013. I bought this CD because this is the type of music I grew up with and I had heard Flaco Jimenez with The Texas Tornados and The Mavericks. Published on August 29, 2004. This CD is one of the best I have heard of Flaco Jimenez albums since it has some of his best Tex-Mex recordings, he has done through out the years. Published on August 12, 2000.
Los Recuerdos del Troquero.
Flaco Jiménez, Album. The Best of Flaco Jimenez. Other albums by Flaco Jiménez. Flaco Jimenez & His Conjunto. Flaco & Max: Legends & Legacies. Flaco Jiménez 5/18/1999. Drawn from his Arhoolie recordings (there is also a live recording from the soundtrack of the Chulas Fronteras documentary), this is a satisfactory 16-track compilation with tracks spanning the '50s to the '80s, although, unfortunately, exact dates are not given in the liner notes.
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|9||Delgadita, Alta Y Triquena||3:47|
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