Barrio Rhythm Mexican American Music in Los Angeles

ISBN-10: 0252062884
ISBN-13: 9780252062889
Edition: 1993
Authors: Steven Loza
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Book details

List price: $27.00
Copyright year: 1993
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
Publication date: 4/1/1993
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 392
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.408
Language: English

Acknowledgments
Introduction
History
Society and Music in Mexican Los Angeles
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
Barrio Rhythm: Social Development since the Postwar Period
The Postwar Years
The Chicano Movement
The 1980s
A Chronicle of Musical Life: Los Angeles, 1945-90
1945-50
The 1950s
The Nightclub Circuit
The Recording Industry
The Eastside Sound
Institutional and Media Development
Conclusion
Jazz and Fusion Musicians
Ethnography
Profiles of the Artists: The War Veterans
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
Profiles of the Artists: Papa's Got a Brand New Bag
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.
Reflections
Change, Conflict, and Childhoods
Enculturation
The Formation of Style
Intercultural Conflict
Reflections of a Homeboy
Bibliography
Discography
Index

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