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Lalo Guerrero Album Covers
 


Lalo Guerrero
"Torero" (c. 1958)
(Columbia Records)

 


Lalo Guerrero
"Los Exitos de Lalo Guerrero" (c. 1962)
(Colonial Records)

 


Lalo Guerrero "Canta Sus Exitos"
- (c. 1963)
(Colonial Records)

 


Lalo Guerrero "Lo Mejor De Lalo Guerrero" (c. 1964)
(Colonial Records)

 


Lalo Guerrero "El Burro Norteño" (c. 1965)
(Colonial Records)

 


Lalo Guerrero "La Minifalda de Reynalda" (c. 1965)
(Discos Torre)

 


Lalo Guerrero "Que Vuelvan Los Braceros" (c. 1966)
(Colonial Records)

 


Lalo Guerrero "Homenaje a Roberto Kennedy" (1968)
(Colonial Records)

 


Lalo Guerrero "La Celosa y El Celoso" (c. 1968)
(Cap Latino Records)

 


"Oigo Una Banda" (1976)
(EMI Mexico)

 


"Parodies of Lalo Guerrero" (1981)
(Ambiente Records)


Lalo Guerrero CD Covers

 


Los Lobos with Lalo Guerrero
"Papa's Dream" (1995)
(Music for Little People)

 


"Lalo Guerrero's Greatest Parodies" (1998)
(Sounds of Sancho Records)

 


"Vamos a Bailar Otra Vez!"
(1999)
(Break Records)

(cover art by Ignacio Gomez)

 


"El Chicano Inolvidable" (2002)
(Musiteca- Warner Music Latina)

 


"The Funny Side of Lalo Guerrero" (2005)
 


Lalo Guerrero DVD / CD Cover

 


"Lalo Guerrero- The Original Chicano" (2006)

(cover art by Patssi Valdez)

 

East Side Revue / The Premiers / The Romancers /
Ronnie & the Pomona Casuals
 
 


"East Side Revue" (c. 1967)
(Rampart Records)

(studio recordings from c. 1964- 65 featuring the bands and vocal groups who performed at the "West Coast Eastside Revue" at the Shrine Auditorium in February 21, 1965)

The artists below are featured on the album.  Those who performed "live" at the Shrine Auditorium according to the flyer are in bold type.

Cannibal & the Headhunters
, The Premiers, Mark & the Escorts, Ronnie & the Casuals, The Sisters, Frankie Olvera, The Blendells, The Pageants, The Atlantics, The Mixtures, The Enchantments, The Jaguars, The Heartbreakers, The Ambertones, Alfred & Joe, The Romancers, The Salas Brothers, Li'l Ray, The Slauson Brothers, and The Blue Satins)

Artists who performed "live" at the Shrine Auditorium and are not on the album are:

(Thee Midnighters, The 4 Queens, and The Medallions)

(About a year later the album was re-issued with the same cover and a second disk with 20 additional tracks.)


The Premiers
 


The Premiers
"Farmer John Live" (1964)
((Warner Brothers Records)


Cannibal & the Headhunters
 


Cannibal & the Headhunters
"Land of 1000 Dances" Rampart Records (1965)

 


Cannibal & the Headhunters
"Land of 1000 Dances" Date Records (1965)


The Romancers
 


The Romancers "Do the Slauson" (c. 1964)
(DelFi Records)

 


The Romancers "Let's Do the Swim"
(c. 1964)
(Selma Records- a subsidiary of DelFi Records)


Ronnie & the Pomona Casuals
 


Ronnie & the Pomona Casuals "Everybody Jerk" (1965)
(Donna Records- a subsidiary of DelFi Records)


Ritchie Valens
 


Ritchie Valens "In Concert at Pacoima Jr. High" (c. 1959)
(DelFi Records)


Eddie Cano
 


Eddie Cano "Eddie Cano at P.J.'s" (1961)
(Reprise Records)


Village Callers
 


The Village Callers "Live" (1968)


Freddy Fender
 


Freddy Fender "Before The Next Teardrop Falls" (1974)
(ABC Dot Records)

 


Freddy Fender "The Best of Freddy Fender" (1975)
(ABC Dot Records)


Trini Lopez Album Covers
 


"Trini Lopez at PJ's"
(Reprise Records)


 


Trini Lopez "More Trini Lopez at P.J.'s"
(Reprise Records)


 


Trini Lopez "The Folk Album"
(Reprise Records)


 


Trini Lopez "The Latin Album"
(Reprise Records)


 


Trini Lopez "The Second Latin Album"
(Reprise Records)


 


Trini Lopez "The Love Album"
(Reprise Records)


 


Trini Lopez "Welcome To Trini Country"
(Reprise Records)

 

 


Trini Lopez "On the Move"
(Reprise Records)


 


Trini Lopez "Trini Lopez In London"
(Reprise Records)



Trini Lopez CD Covers

 


Trini Lopez "Dance the Night Away" (c. 1996)
(Tri-Lo Productions)


 


Trini Lopez "Legacy:  My Texas Roots" (2002)
(Tri-Lo Productions)


 


Trini Lopez "Romantic & Sexy Guitars"
(Tri-Lo Productions)


 


Trini Lopez "3PAK- 36 All-Time Greatest Hits"
(Warner Special Products)

 

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