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Ochoa, Chito and Tony Corral

[Pre-1980 Folk music. Selections]
Corrido de Elena, la Traicionera (Chito Ochoa) -- Corrido de Rosita Elvires (Tony Corral) -- Collector: Vicente S. Acosta
Tucson, AZ
1 sound disc, analog, 78 rpm, 12in.
SWF 007: SWF PRE1980.1/D.7 (in.)

Ochoa, Pancho con el Mariachi Colonial

Soy de Sonora -- Por querer a una mujer
Soy de Sonora -- Por querer a una mujer.
Phoenix, AZ: El Pajarito, p1980
1 sound disc (6 min.), analog, 45 rpm, 7 in.
SWF 008: SWF 90.3/D.105 (7in.)
SWF 008: SWF 90.3/D.104 (7in.)

Oquita, Ramón con Mariachi

Mi pueblo es cananea -- Siempre viva
Mi pueblo es cananea -- Siempre viva.
Mesa, AZ: Discos Soulo
1 sound disc (6 min.), analog, 45 rpm, 7 in.
SWF 008: SWF 90.3/D.12 (7in.)

Orquestra de Juan S. Garrido

Potpourri de bailes mexicanos Boogie woogie
La Raspa -- Hamp's boogie woogie (Lionel Hampton).
Mexico, D.F.: Discos Peerless
1 sound disc, analog, 10 in.
SWF 007: SWF PRE1980.1/D.301 (10in.)

Otomi of Honey, Puebla and Zapotec of Teotitlan, Oaxaca

[Folk music - Mexico. Selections]
Recorded by Laura Boulton. Side 1: Performed by Otomi of Honey, Puebla. Flying pole dance (flute, drum, rattle) -- Performed by Zapotec of Teotitlan, Oaxaca. Fireworks music (chirimia and drum).
Camden, NJ: RCA Victor, copyright by L.C. Boulton
1 sound disc, analog, 78 rpm, 10 in.
SWF 008: SWF 86.33/D.1 (10in.)

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