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Ay Te Dejo En San Antonio
 : Ay Te Dejo En San Antonio

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by: FLACO JIMENEZ


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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0096297031827
Item Dimensions: 4555021494
Label: Arhoolie Records
Languages: EnglishPublishedSpanishOriginal LanguageSpanishUnknown
Manufacturer: Arhoolie Records
Model: 2036984
MPN: 1718838
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: December 01, 1993
Publisher: Arhoolie Records
Release Date: December 01, 1993
Running Time: 64 minutes
Studio: Arhoolie Records




Disc 1:
  1. Ay Te Dejo En San Antonio
  2. Juarez
  3. Mentiste Cuando Dijiste
  4. El Barrelito
  5. Las Gaviotas
  6. Morir Sonando
  7. Rosa Maria
  8. Traigo Un Recuerdo
  9. Amor De Los Dos
  10. La Barranca
  11. Mujer Casada
  12. La Paloma
  13. El Cerrito
  14. Ni El Dinero Ni Nada
  15. Angel Mio
  16. Gritenme Piedras Del Campo
  17. Un Viejo Amor
  18. Tu Nuevo Carinito
  19. El Gallito
  20. La Piedrera
  21. Spanish Eyes
  22. Vuelve A Quererme
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
San Antonio's favorite son, Flaco Jimenez took the legacy of his father, legendary accordionist Santiago Jimenez, and added spectacular, jazzy runs to the bouncy conjunto beat. This release combines two great LPs from 1979 and 1985.

Amazon.com:
Though little known in Mexico, Jiménez is the conjunto figure who has captured a non-Latino audience, through his work with pop and rock figures from Doug Sahm to Ry Cooder and his membership in the Texas Tornados. Son of accordion pioneer Santiago Jiménez Sr., Jiménez is perhaps the most fiery and brilliant button accordion player on record. His dazzling instrumental lines are balanced by understated vocals, and always backed by fine bands. This CD includes his Grammy winning LP, plus selections from the earlier "El Sonido de San Antonio," perhaps his single greatest album. Here is a masterpiece of stripped-down, Texas barroom music. --Elijah Wald



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