Barrio rhythm : Mexican American music in Los Angeles / Steven Loza

Author(s): Loza, Steven Joseph
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Subjects: Mexican Americans--California--Los Angeles--Music--History and criticism
Popular music--Mexico--History and criticism
Popular music--United States--California--Los Angeles--History and criticism
Formats: Print
Material Type: Books
Language: English
Audience: Unspecified
Published: Urbana : University of Illinois Press, c1993
Series: Music in American life
Music in American life
LC Classification: M, ML
Physical Description: xx, 320 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
Table of Contents: Acknowledgments
Introduction
Pt. I. History
Ch. 1. Society and Music in Mexican Los Angeles 3
Independence from Spain
U.S. Annexation
Mexican Transition 1848-1900
Early Twentieth Century Los Angeles
Growth, Industrialization, and the Early Radio and Recording Industries
Repatriation 1931-34
Wartime
Ch. 2. Barrio Rhythm: Social Development since the Postwar Period 41
Ch. 3. A Chronicle of Musical Life: Los Angeles, 1945-90 54
Pt. II. Ethnography
Ch. 4. Profiles of the Artists: The War Veterans 131
John Ovalle: Selling Records on Whittier Boulevard
Andy Russell: Crooner from Boyle Heights
Eddie Cano: Memories of a Pianist
Lalo Guerrero: Musician, Satirist, and Legend
Ch. 5. Profiles of the Artists: Papa's Got a Brand New Bag 185
Teresa Covarrubias: The Wolf and the Lamb
Poncho Sanchez: Conguero
Irma Rangel: Angel Warrior
Los Illegals: Punk, Politics, and Latin Angst
Los Lobos: Just Another Band from East L.A
Pt. III. Reflections
Ch. 6. Change, Conflict, and Childhoods 259
Ch. 7. Reflections of a Homeboy 279
Bibliography 287
Discography 299
Index 303
Notes: LCCN: 91035181 /MN
ISBN: 0252062884 (pbk. : alk. paper)
ISBN: 0252019024 (alk. paper)
Discography: p. [299]-301
Includes bibliographical references (p. [287]-298) and index
OCLC Number: 24503905
ISBN/ISSN: 0252062884
0252019024