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Los Lobos - Los Lobos del Este de Los Angeles (Just another band from East L.A.) (1978)

Los Lobos - Los Lobos del Este de Los Angeles (Just another band from East L.A.) (1978)

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Los Lobos - Los Lobos del Este de Los Angeles (Just another band from East L.A.)

1. "El Canelo" (son jarocho)   3:47

2. "El Pescado Nadador" (ranchera)   2:43

3. "Sabor a Mí" (bolero)   3:51

4. "Flor de Huevo" (son locos)   1:54

5. "Cielito Lindo" / "Cielito Lindo Huasteco" (canción mexicana / son huasteco)   3:44

6. "La Iguana" (son jarocho)   3:21

7. "El Cuchipe" (canción boliviana)   2:21

8. "Imploración" (bolero ranchero)   2:33

9. "Guantanamera" (guajira)   4:48

10. "La Feria de las Flores" (ranchera)   2:42

11. "Maria Chuchena" (son jarocho)   3:57

Los Lobos Band Members / Musicians

David Hidalgo – guitar, requinto romantico, requinto jarocho, mandola, tres, cuatro, violin, percussion, lead vocals (5, 11)

Cesar Rosas – guitar, mandolin, jarana, requinto romantico, lead vocals (1–3, 6–8, 10–12)

Conrad Lozano – bass, guitarrón, lead vocals (9)

Louie Pérez – guitar, jarana, charango, vihuela, percussion

Charlie Tovar – congas, percussion (3, 9)

Los Lobos del Este de Los Angeles (Just another band from East L.A.) is the first album by Los Lobos, at the time known as Los Lobos del Este de Los Angeles. It was self-released by the band in early 1978 and features mostly traditional songs. The album was recorded live to 16-track and represented the band's live repertoire at the time, which included their original song, "Flor de Huevo", an instrumental written by guitarist David Hidalgo. It was reissued on CD in 2000 by Hollywood Records with one bonus track.

Los Lobos (pronounced [los ˈloβos], Spanish for "the Wolves") is an American rock band from East Los Angeles, California. Their music is influenced by rock and roll, Tex-Mex, country, zydeco, folk, R&B, blues, brown-eyed soul, and traditional music such as cumbia, boleros and norteños. The band gained international stardom in 1987, when their version of Ritchie Valens' "La Bamba" topped the charts in the U.S., the UK and several other countries. Songs by Los Lobos have been recorded by Waylon Jennings and Frankie Yankovic. In 2015, they were nominated for induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. In 2018, they were inducted into Austin City Limits Hall of Fame. They are also known for performing the theme song for Handy Manny.

Los Lobos Band Members / Musicians

David Hidalgo – vocals, guitar, accordion, fiddle, requinto jarocho (1973–present)

Louie Pérez – drums, guitar, jarana huasteca, vocals (1973–present)

Cesar Rosas – vocals, guitar, bajo sexto (1973–present)

Conrad Lozano – bass, guitarron, vocals (1974–present)

Steve Berlin – keyboards, woodwinds (1984–present)

Francisco "Frank" González – vocals, mandolin, arpa jarocha (1973–present )

Richard Escalante – bass, vocals (1973–present )

Victor Bisetti – drums, percussion (1990–2003)

Cougar Estrada – drums, percussion (2003–2011)

Enrique "Bugs" González – drums, percussion (2012–2020)

Los Lobos Discography Full

Los Lobos del Este de Los Angeles (Just another band from East L.A.), 1978

How Will the Wolf Survive?, 1984

By the Light of the Moon, 1987

La Pistola y el Corazón, 1988

The Neighborhood, 1990

Kiko, 1992

Papa's Dream, 1995

Colossal Head, 1996

This Time, 1999

Good Morning Aztlán, 2002

The Ride, 2004

The Town and the City, 2006

Los Lobos Goes Disney, 2009

Tin Can Trust, 2010

Gates of Gold, 2015

Llego Navidad, 2019

Live albums

Live at the Fillmore, 2005

Acoustic en Vivo, 2005

Kiko Live, 2012 (Recorded February 24, 2006 at House of Blues, San Diego)

Disconnected in New York City, 2013


Just Another Band from East L.A. – A Collection, 1993

El Cancionero Mas y Mas, 2000 (boxed set)

Wolf Tracks: The Best of Los Lobos, 2006

Extended plays

...And a Time to Dance, 1983

Ride This – The Covers EP, 2004

Soundtrack, compilation, and guest appearances

Si Se Puede!, Various Artists, 1977 (Pan American Ent.) – backing band on all tracks

Eating Raoul: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, 1982 (Varèse Sarabande) – "Diablo Con Vestido" and "How Much Can I Do"

L.A. Rockabilly, 1982 (Rhino Records) – "We're Gonna Rock"

Graceland, Paul Simon, 1986 (Warner Bros.) – "All Around the World or the Myth of Fingerprints"

A Fine Mess: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, 1986 (Motown) – I'm Gonna Be a Wheel Someday

La Bamba: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, 1987 (Slash/Warner Bros.) – "La Bamba", "Come On, Let's Go" and six others

Colors, 1988 (Orion Pictures) – "One Time, One Night" (not on soundtrack album)

Stay Awake: Various Interpretations of Music from Vintage Disney Films, 1988 (A&M Records) – "I Wanna Be Like You (The Monkey Song)"

Bull Durham: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, 1988 (Capitol) – "I Got Loaded"

Hey Good Lookin (video), Buckwheat Zydeco, 1990 – with David Hidalgo and Dwight Yoakam

Deadicated: A Tribute to the Grateful Dead, 1991 (Arista) – "Bertha"

The Mambo Kings: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, 1992 (Elektra) – "Beautiful Maria of My Soul

In The Spotlight: A Beatles Songbook, 1993 (Lonesome Pine/PBS TV special) – "Tomorrow Never Knows"

Untamed Heart, 1993 (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer) – "Try Me" (not on soundtrack album)

Beat the Retreat – Songs by Richard Thompson, 1994 (Capitol) – "Down Where the Drunkards Roll"

I Only Wrote this Song for You: A Tribute to Johnny Thunders, 1994 (Essential) – "Alone in a Crowd"

Grammy's Greatest Moments Volume III, 1994 – live performance of "La Bamba" from the 1988 Grammy Awards

Desperado: The Soundtrack, 1995 (Epic Soundtrax) – primary score composer and performer

The Last Supper, 1995 Columbia Pictures – "Wicked Rain" (not on soundtrack album)

Till the Night is Gone: A Tribute to Doc Pomus, 1995 (Forward) – "Lonely Avenue"

Not Fade Away (Remembering Buddy Holly), 1996 (MCA) – "Midnight Shift"

The End of Violence: Songs from the Motion Picture Soundtrack, 1997 (Outpost Recordings) – "Me Estas Matando"

Silencio=Muerte: Red Hot + Latin, 1998 (H.O.L.A Records) – "Pepe and Irene"

The Sopranos: Music from the HBO Original Series, 1999 (Playtone, Columbia, Sony Music Soundtrax) – "Viking"

Live at the World Café - Volume 9, 1999 (World Cafe) – "This Time"

Spy Kids: Music from the Dimension Motion Picture, 2001 (Chapter III Records) – "Spy Wedding" and "Oye Como Spy"

Look at All the Love We Found: A Tribute to Sublime, 2005 (Cornerstone RAS) – "Pawn Shop"

Nacho Libre: Music from the Motion Picture, 2006 (Lakeshore Records) – "Saint Behind the Glass"

Handy Manny, 2006 (Buena Vista Television, Disney–ABC Domestic Television television series) – "Handy Manny Theme Song"

I'm Not There: Original Soundtrack, 2007 (Sony Music Soundtrax, Columbia) – "Billy 1"

Goin' Home: A Tribute to Fats Domino, 2007 (Vanguard) – "The Fat Man"

Keep Your Soul: A Tribute to Doug Sahm, 2009 (Vanguard) – "It Didn't Even Bring Me Down"

Man of Somebody's Dreams: A Tribute to Chris Gaffney, 2010 (Yep Roc Records) – "A Man of Somebody's Dreams"

El Infierno: Soundtrack, 2010 (Bandidos Films) – "Mexico Americano", "Serenato Norteña" and "Prenda del Alma"

Rango: Music from the Motion Picture, 2011 (Anti-) – "El Canelo", "Walk Don't Rango" and "Rango Theme Song"

Use Me, David Bromberg, 2011 (Appleseed) – "The Long Goodbye"

Music from The American Epic Sessions: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, 2017 (Lo-Max, Columbia, Third Man) – "El Cascabel"


Live at the Fillmore, 2004

Kiko Live, 2012 (Recorded February 24, 2006 at House of Blues, San Diego)

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