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Record / CD Labels, Sleeves & Covers

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     The five pages starting below contain scans of record labels and CD and album covers from my recordings with Mark & the Escorts, Nineteen Eighty Four, Tango, and solo.  Also, are selected scans of record labels, CD, and album covers by Lalo Guerrero and Chicano, Eastside Sound, and related artists. 

Artists Represented In the Scans Below

Page 1- Mark & the Escorts / Nineteen Eighty Four / Mark Guerrero / Tango / The Premiers / Cannibal and the Headhunters / The Blendells / The Fabulous Desires / Little Ray Jimenez / Ronnie and the Pomona Casuals / Thee Midniters / Thee Counts

Page 2- Chan Romero / Phil & Harv / The Mixtures / Evergreen Blues / Steve Verdugo / Olde Tyme Religion / Dyna-Might / Yaqui / Tierra / Macondo / Carmen Moreno / Los Illegals / Los Lobos

Page 3- Lalo Guerrero Album Covers / Lalo Guerrero Album & CD Covers / East Side Revue / The Premiers / Cannibal & the Headhunters / The Romancers / Ronnie & the Pomona Casuals / Ritchie Valens / Eddie Cano / Village Callers / Freddy Fender / Trini Lopez Album CD Covers

Page 4- El Chicano Album Covers / El Chicano CD Covers /  Tierra Album Covers / Tierra CD Covers / Evergreen Blues / Elijah / Hirth Martinez / Geri Logan aka Geri Gonzalez / Zoot Suit / Los Illegals

Page 5- Blazers Album & CD Covers / The Delgado Brothers & CD Covers / Question Mark & the Mysterians Album & CD Covers /  CD Compilations


Mark Guerrero and Related Record / CD Labels, Sleeves & Covers


Mark & the Escorts
 


Mark & the Escorts - March 1965
GNP Crescendo Records
A side - "Get Your Baby" - songwriters (Thomas-Edwards)
B side - "Tuff Stuff" - songwriter (Mark Guerrero)
Produced by Billy Cardenas

 


Mark & the Escorts - October 1965
GNP Crescendo Records
A side - "Dance With Me" - songwriters (Sanchez-Velasquez)
B side - "Silly Putty" - songwriter (Mark Guerrero)
Produced by Billy Cardenas

 


Mark & the Escorts EP (1965)
(Vogue Records- France)

 


Eastside Sound, Vol. 2
Featuring Mark & the Escorts (2000)
(
Dionysus Records)

(Features the re-issue of Mark & the Escorts
1965 GNP Crescendo recordings)

 


Mark & the Escorts CD - 2000
Dionysus Records
Reissue of 1965 recordings


Nineteen Eighty Four
 


Nineteen Eighty Four - 1969
Kapp Records
A side - "Three's a Crowd" - songwriter (L.T. Josie)
Lead vocal - Ernie Hernandez
B side - "Amber Waves" - songwriter (Mark Guerrero)
Lead Vocal - Mark Guerrero
Produced by Silver-Coe Productions


Mark Guerrero
 


Mark Guerrero - 1971
Ode Records
A side - "Lila, Love Me Tonight" - songwriter (Mark Guerrero)
B side - "Dare I Touch You, Marylou" 
songwriter (Mark Guerrero)
Strings arranged by Marty Paich
Produced by Lou Adler


Mark Guerrero
 


Mark Guerrero - 1972
Capitol Records
A side - "Rock & Roll Queen" - songwriter (Mark Guerrero)
B side - "Lonely" - songwriter (Mark Guerrero)
Produced by Art Brambila
Arranged by Mark Guerrero

 


Mark Guerrero - 1972
Capitol Records
A side - "I'm Brown" - songwriter (Mark Guerrero)
B side - "Livin' Off the Land" - songwriter (Mark Guerrero)
Produced by Art Brambila
Arranged by Mark Guerrero

 


Mark Guerrero
"Rock & Roll Queen" and "Lonely" 45 rpm sleeve (1972)
(Capitol Records/ Pathe Marconi- Paris, France)

 


Mark Guerrero "On the Boulevard EP - 1989
(
Eastside Landmark Records)

(Cover re-utilized for Anthology CD)
(cover art by Ignacio Gomez)

 


Mark Guerrero "On the Boulevard" EP - 1989
Side A - "On the Boulevard" and "If I Could Touch Your Life"
songwriter (Mark Guerrero)
Side B - "Latin Quarter" and "Room For the Latin
(In Rock & Roll)"
songwriter (Mark Guerrero)


Tango
 


Tango LP - 1973
(
A&M Records)

(re-issued on CD in Japan in 1990)

 


Tango - 1973
A&M Records
A side - "He's An Artist," "Walk On Down," "I'm a Human," "Allesandro," and "I'm Brown" - songwriter (Mark Guerrero)
B side - "Rock & Roll Queen," "Wild Night At the Old Rest Home," "Brown Hair Growin'," "Livin' Off the Land," and "Greenback Blues" - songwriter (Mark Guerrero)
Produced by Joe Wissert
Arranged by Mark Guerrero

 


Tango - 1974
A&M Records
A side - "Holy Moses" - songwriter (Mark Guerrero)
B side - "Rock & Roll Circus" - songwriter (Mark Guerrero)
Produced by Mark Guerrero

 


Tango CD
A&M Records
Re-released in Japan in 1992


Eastside Sound 45 rpm Record Labels & Sleeves


The Premiers
 


T
he Premiers - 1964
Faro Records
A side - "Farmer John" - songwriter (Terry Harris)
B side - "Duffy's Blues" - songwriter (Joe Whiteman Jr.)


Cannibal & the Headhunters
 


Cannibal and The Headhunters - 1965
Rampart Records
A side - "Land of 1000 Dances"
songwriters (Chris Kenner / Antoine Domino)
B side - "I'll Show You How to Love Me"
songwriter- (Frank Garcia)


The Blendells
 


The Blendells - 1965
Rampart Records
A side - "La La La La La" - songwriter (Clarence Paul)
B side - "Huggie's Bunnies" - songwriter (Andy Tesso)

 


The Blendells - 1964
Reprise Records
A side - "La La La La La" - songwriter (Clarence Paul)
B side - "Huggie's Bunnies" - songwriter (Andy Tesso)
Produced by Billy Cardenas

 


The Blendells - 1965
Reprise Records
A side - "Dance With Me"
songwriters (Sanchez / Velasquez)
B side - "Get Your Baby" - songwriters (Thomas / Edwards)


The Fabulous Desires
 


The Fabulous Desires - c. 1964
Era Records
A side- "Dance with Me"
songwriters (R. Sanchez / B. Velasquez)
B side- "Ouch"
songwriters (R. Sanchez / B. Velasquez)
This is the original version of "Dance with Me,"
The Blendells and Mark & the Escorts did later versions.


Little Ray Jimenez
 


Lil' Ray and the Midnighters
- c. 1964
Impact Records
A side - "Loretta" - songwriter (Ray Jimenez)
B side - "My Girl" - songwriter (William Robinson)

 


Little Ray
- 1965
Faro Records
A side - "Karen" - songwriter (Ray Jimenez)
B side - "Come Swim with Me" - songwriter (Max Uballez- Billy Cardenas)

 


Little Ray
- 1965
Donna Records
A side - "I Who Have Nothing" - songwriter (Mogol- Donida- Leiber- Stoller)
B side - "I Been Trying" 
songwriter (Arthur Lee)

 


Ray Jimenez
- 1967
Columbia Records
A side - "Leave Her Alone" - songwriter (Ray Jimenez)
B side - "I'll Keep On Loving You" - songwriter (Ray Jimenez)Arranged by Gene Page
Produced by Seymore Stein


Thee Midniters
 


Thee Midniters - c. 1965
Whittier Records
A side - "It'll Never Be Over For Me"
songwriters (Sam Bohrich - Norm Blagman)
B side - "Thee Midnite Feeling" - songwriters (Thee Midniters)


Ronnie & the Pomona Casuals
 


Ronnie and the Pomona Casuals - 1965
Mustang Records
A side - "Please Please Please" - songwriters (Brown - Terry)
B side - "We're Gonna Do the Freddie" 
songwriters (Ronnie and the Pomona Casuals)

 


Ronnie D/ with The Casuals - 1964
Ron-ee Records
A Side "I Need Your Lovin"
Songwriter (Derrek A.)
B Side "When a Clown Settles Down"
Songwriter (Derrek A.)


Thee Counts
 


Thee Counts c. 1966
Highland Records
A side - "Someday I'm Gonna Get You"
B side - "So Far Away"
songwriters (Jack Brown - Victor Fisch)


(On American Bandstand, Dick Clark's national ABC television show, this recording by Thee Counts won the "rate a record" competition c. 1966)

 

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