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1-2 Weeks
01
Don Tosti Y Su Conjunto - Mambo Del Pachuco
02 :51
02
Conjunto Alamo - Buena Vista Swing Swing
02 :11
03
Conjunto San Antonio Alegre - Mi Dolorcito
01 :59
04
Don Tosti's Pachuco Boogie Boys - Pachuco Boogie
03 :07
05
Don Tosti's Pachuco Boogie Boys - Guisa Gacha
02 :26
06
Don Tosti's Pachuco Boogie Boys - Wine-O-Boogie
02 :54
07
Don Tosti's Pachuco Boogie Boys - El Tirili
02 :29
08
Don Tosti's Quartet - Chicano Boogie
02 :41
09
Don Tosti Y Su Trio - Los Blues
02 :57
10
Jorge Cordoba - Frijole Boogie
02 :58
11
Los Chucos - Pachuco Mambo
02 :39
12
Lalo Guerrero Y Sus Cinco Lobos - Los Chucos Suaves
03 :01
13
Los Hermanos Yañez Y Pedro Ayala - El Pachuco Alegre
02 :33
14
Don Tosti Y Su Trio - Guisa Guaina
02 :52
ARTIST
TITLE
Very Tasty Pachuco Mambo
FORMAT
LP

LABEL
CATALOG #
PINCHE 003LP PINCHE 003LP
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
12/1/2017

The pachuco mambo is a Mexican-American craze dance music that alternated and combined Afro-American and Afro-Caribbean styles. Started in the late 1930s, Mexican-American youth, rejected by both Mexican and American society, invented a counterculture that expressed social tension through own language ("Caló"), fashion, culture, dances, and musical tastes, all exciting and untamed. The pachuco mambo exuberantly transformed the painful experience of Mexican-American fans who felt trapped in the midst of two cultures, and brought together the Chicano, Anglo, and African-American audience, laying the foundation for Chicano music. Main stars of the genre are featured in this collection: Don Tosti, a Mexican-American composer from Texas, who moved to Los Angeles as a teenager, and Lalo Guerrero, from Arizona. Both of them were pivotal and created Mexican blues jump, that is, the pachuco mambo or boogie, which used rhythms of swing, boogie woogie, and rumba with lyrics in Spanglish and in Caló, the Spanglish language of the Pachucos. Tosti's "Pachuco Boogie", recorded in 1948, was the first Latin song to sell a million records. Also features: Don Tosti Y Su Conjunto, Conjunto Alamo, Conjunto San Antonio Alegre, Don Tosti's Pachuco Boogie Boys, Don Tosti's Quartet, Don Tosti Y Su Trio, Jorge Cordoba, Los Chucos, Lalo Guerrero Y Sus Cinco Lobos , and Los Hermanos Yañez Y Pedro Ayala. Edition of 500.