Canciones De Mi Padre (Spanish for "Songs of My Father", or "My Father's Songs") is American oducer Linda Ronstadt's first album of Mexican traditional Mariachi music.
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Harmony Vocals – Juan Rey (2), Linda Ronstadt, Pedro Rey (2)Written-By – Rubén Fuentes. 11. La Barca De Guaymas. Harmony Vocals – Heriberto Molina, Pedro Rey (2)Written-By – Rubén Fuentes.
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This is a tribute page to Linda Ronstadt's Grammy Award winner album "Canciones De Mi Padre" (songs o. .
Depending on how seriously one takes Linda Ronstadt these days, Canciones de Mi Padre ( Songs of My Father ) is either a deeply felt homage to her family’s Mexican heritage or the party-gag album of the year. For this confusion the blame must rest largely with Ronstadt herself, who’s spent the Eighties flitting from one musical style to another - fake New Wave, operetta, big-band pop standards - without staking a claim to any of them
Occasionally, Ronstadt oversells the songs but overall, the album is charming, affectionate, entertaining, and more successful than her stilted Nelson Riddle collaborations.
One of the hallmarks of Linda Ronstadt’s career has been her ability to bounce between musical styles and genres with remarkable easy, successfully turning in albums based in rock, folk, country and western, swing, and many others. In addition to selling . million copies, Canciones de Mi Padre also won the Grammy Award for Best Mexican, Mexican-American Album. Mas Canciones: After the tremendous success of her 1989 album Cry Like a Rainstorm, Howl Like the Wind, Ronstadt pretty much had carte blanche to go in whatever musical direction she wanted, so she went back to Mexico. As she acknowledged in a 1991 New York Times interview, she made Mas Canciones because her subconscious all but forced her to do it.
For a Love
There Are Some Eyes
You, Only You
Get on with It
Rogaciano el Huapanguero
Two Little Trees
Ballad of Cananea
The Boat from Guaymas
Sun That You Are
Jaime Alejo - Guitar, Guitarron Juan Jose Almaguer - Violin Jose Arellano - Guitar, Guitarron Peter Asher - Producer Felipe Bermejo - Composer Juan Biurquiz - Violin Bob Blakeman - Photography Larry Bunker - Percussion Nati Cano - Violin Víctor "El Pato" Cardenas - Guitar Ricardo Cisneros - Vocals (Background) Luis Damian - Guitar Pedro Flores - Guitar Steve Fowler - Flute Rubén Fuentes - Arranger, Conductor, Producer Héctor Gama - Violin, Vocals (Background) Arthur Gerst - Harp Juan Gudino - Trumpet Samuel Gutiérrez - Guitar Jesús Guzmán - Vocals (Background) Laura Halladay - Flute Humberto "Nengue" Hernandez - Guitar Jesús Hernández - Guitar Jose Hernandez - Assistant, Coordination, Guitar, Trumpet Ron Kalina - Harmonica Edd Kolakowski - Assistant Kosh - Art Direction, Design Jorge Lopez - Guitar Jose Lopez - Composer Eddie Martinez - Violin José Martínez - Violin Shawn Murphy - Engineer, Mixing Rafael Palomar - Guitar Felipe Perez - Violin, Vocals (Background) Gilberto Puente - Guitar Antonio Ramos - Violin Pedro Rey - Guitar Sharon Rice - Assistant Mario Rodriguez - Violin, Vocals (Background) Ramón Rodríguez - Vocals (Background) Mario Rodriquez - Violin Felipe Romero - Violin Gilbert Ronstadt - Artwork Linda Ronstadt - Liner Notes, Primary Artist, Vocals Luis Salinas - Trumpet Doug Sax - Mastering Jim Self - Tuba Janet Stark - Assistant Federico Torres - Trumpet Salvador Torres - Violin Valeriano Trejo - Composer Danny Valdez - Guitar, Vocals
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