Label varation of Viva Tirado. White letters like the MCA Release but still a Kapp release. Misprint on label like others except Viva Tirado listed as 4:38 (cover still shows 4:53). Other Versions (5 of 24) View All. Cat.
Artist: El Chicano, Song: El Chicano - Viva Tirado-Part1, Duration: 04:44, Type: mp3. №151306725. El Chicano What you don't know won't hur. 03:08. play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). El Chicano What's Goin On. 06:26. El Chicano Ill Boogs, Gypsy Rock.
Viva Tirado" - El Chicano (1970) A jazzy soul-rock rendition of Gerald Wilson's original song about a bullfighter, which was the first single from the group. The song did very well on Los Angeles radio and remained for thirteen straight weeks. The group's name is from Chicano, a term for United States citizens of typically Mexican-American descent. Based in East Los Angeles, CA. Original members: Freddie Sanchez (bass, vocals), Bobby Espinosa (keyboards, vocals), Mickey Lespron (guitar, vocals), Johnny De Luna (drums), Andre Baeza (congas).
was sampled in. La Raza by Kid Frost (1990). The Volo by Kid Frost (1992). is a cover of. Viva Tirado by The Gerald Wilson Orchestra (1962). see 1 more connection. Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child.
Viva Tirado is a latin rock/soul music album recording by EL CHICANO released in 1970 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Kapp Records – KS-3632 (US). Thanks to snobb for the addition. EL CHICANO 45 RPM Viva Tirado - Part I, Viva Tirado - Part II Kapp.
On their 1970 album, Viva Tirado the group covered Herbie Hancock's jazz standard "Cantaloupe Island". The song was one of nine on the album, which included the hit single "Viva Tirado" that went gold. El Chicano continues to be active with a combination of original and new members Original keyboardist, Bobby Espinosa ‒ who laid down Hammond organ on some of El Chicano&ap.