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Los Texmaniacs  Borders y Bailes CD

Los Texmaniacs Borders y Bailes CD

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"Hip music that everybody in the world can relate to, with the traditional conjunto elements," says Texmaniacs leader Max Baca of their Texas Mexican sound. Four masterful instrumentalistsâGrammy-anointed bajo sexto player Max Baca, accordionist and Tropa F alumnus David Farias, conjunto tejano veteran bassist Oscar Garcia, and multi-instrumentalist Lorenzo Martinez on drumsâbreathe new life into the century-old music of the Texas Rio Grande Valley. Their mentor and friend, Tejano accordion great Flaco Jimenez, makes a special appearance.

Los Texmaniacs are two-time Smithsonian Folklife Festival participants, performing on the National Mall in Washington D.C., in 2008 as part of the Texas program and again in 2009 as part of Las Americas: Un Mundo Musical.

Borders y Bailes is part of the Smithsonian Folkways Tradiciones/Traditions series of Latino music albums, produced with support by the Smithsonian Latino Center.

Credits
Produced by Max Baca ; Produced by Daniel E. Sheehy ; Recorded by Pete Reiniger ; Recorded by Joe Trevino ; Mixed by Pete Reiniger ; Mastered by Charlie Pilzer ; Liner Notes by Daniel E. Sheehy ; Design by Cooley Design Lab ; Translated by Carolina Santamaria Delgado

Tracks
01 Marina (Marina) cancion-polka - 2:57
02 A mover el bote (Shake Your Booty) cumbia - 3:40
03 Redova redova - 1:59
04 La prieta casada (The Married Dark Woman) cancion-polka - 3:01
05 Cancion mixteca (Mixtec Song) cancion ranchera - 3:47
06 El circo (The Circus) - 4:07
07 Lucerito (Bright Little Star) cancion-polka - 3:21
08 Cien anos (A Hundred Years) bolero - 3:20
09 Chotis (Schottische) chotis - 1:46
10 El troquero (The Trucker) cancion-polka - 3:34
11 Danzon Juarez danzon - 3:25
12 Mira, Luisa (Look, Luisa) cancion-polka - 2:22
13 Huapango huapango - 5:36
14 Falsa (Insincere Woman) bolero - 2:22
15 La rubia y la morena (The Blonde and the Brunette) cancion-polka - 3:21
16 Lollipop Polka polka - 5:24


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