Mariachi Mexico - Mariachi album FLAC
Mariachi El Bronx is the fifth studio album by the Los Angeles rock band The Bronx, released August 2, 2011 through ATO Records. It is the band's second album under their alter egos "Mariachi El Bronx", in which they play mariachi music in place of their usual hardcore punk and hard rock styles.
Antonio Banderas - Cancion del Mariachi (02:07, 320Kb/s). Del Castillo - Spanish Castle Tango (03:06, 320Kb/s). Patricia Vonne - Severina (03:04, 320Kb/s). Mexico & Mariachis - Once Upon a Time in Mexico (main titles) (02:40, 320Kb/s). The Iguanas - Por Mi Camino (05:31, 320Kb/s). Tito Larriva - Back to the House that Love Built (03:45, 320Kb/s). Los Lobos - Volver, Volver (Album Version; Live Version) (03:49, 320Kb/s). On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: Mexico & Mariachis: Music From And Inspired By Robert Rodriguez's El Mariachi Trilogy (2003).
Mexico and Mariachis - Alacran y Pistolero, Back to the House that Love Built, Por Mi Camino and 17 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. Theme from El Mariachi. Flor de Mal. El Mariachi. Back to the House That Love Built. Cancion del Mariachi. Spanish Castle Tango. Once Upon a Time in Mexico. From Dusk Till Dawn, Season One. Mexico & Mariachis: Music From And Inspired By Robert Rodriguez's El Mariachi Trilogy. Just Another Band From East .
Mariachi music is the sound of Mexico. It is the musical accompaniment to the important moments in life. But what exactly is mariachi? A Mariachi band is a Mexican musical group consisting of four or more musicians that wear charro suits. Mariachi is said to have originated in the state of Jalisco, in the city of Cocula, near Guadalajara, as well as surrounding states of western Mexico. Mariachi is now popular throughout Mexico and the Southwest United States and is considered representative of Mexican music and culture.
Tracklist Hide Credits
Written-By – Pepe Guízar
Written-By – Pepe Guízar
|B2||El Zopilote Mojado
Written-By – Miguel Macías Femat
|B4||El Dos Negro|
Written-By – Juan José Espinosa
- Made By – Pan Americana De Discos, S.A.
- Artwork – Manuel de Landa
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Hand-etchings runout area side A): D-90-Y
- Matrix / Runout (Hand-etchings runout area side B): D-90-Z
|ED 90||Mariachi Mexico||Mariachi (LP, Album, Mono)||Musart||ED 90||Mexico||1964|
|ED 90||Mariachi Mexico||Mariachi (LP, Album, Ste)||Musart||ED 90||Mexico||1964|
|ED 90||Mariachi Mexico||Mariachi (LP, Album)||Musart||ED 90||Mexico||1960|
|ED 90||Mariachi Mexico||Mariachi (LP, Album)||Musart||ED 90||Mexico||Unknown|
|CST 90||Unknown Artist||Mariachi (Cass)||Musart||CST 90||Mexico||Unknown|