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Si Se Puede!: Los Lobos And Friends


Download links and information about Si Se Puede!: Los Lobos And Friends by Los Lobos. This album was released in 1976 and it belongs to Latin genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 34:25 minutes.

Artist: Los Lobos
Release date: 1976
Genre: Latin
Tracks: 10
Duration: 34:25
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No. Title Length
1. De Colores (feat. Santa Isabel School Children's Choir) 5:12
2. Huelga En General (featuring Tierra, Carmen Moreno) 3:15
3. Yo Estoy Con Chavez (featuring Ramón / Ramon) 2:31
4. Mujeres Valientes (featuring Raul Brambila) 2:21
5. Mañana Is Now (featuring Tierra) 3:25
6. Telingo Lingo (featuring Cesar Rosas) 1:52
7. Corrido De Dolores Huerta #39 (featuring Carmen Moreno) 4:03
8. Chicanita De Aztlan (featuring Diana Cruz) 4:22
9. Sangre Antigua (featuring Carmen Moreno) 4:02
10. No Nos Moveran (featuring Tierra, Conrad Lozano, Carmen Moreno, Geree Gonzalez) 3:22



In conjunction with Cesar Chavez Day and filmmaker Diego Luna’s forthcoming Chavez biopic, the 1977 debut album from East Los Angeles’ Los Lobos—Si Se Puede!: Los Lobos and Friends—was rereleased digitally in March 2014. Originally, TV and music producer Art Brambila had wished to celebrate the work Chavez had done with the United Farm Workers. After reviewing more than 120 songs and speeches from UFW marches, Brambila created a list of songs for the album and wrote “Mañana Is Now,” the only all-English song on the album. After choosing the material, he knew he wanted Los Lobos—then only locally known—to perform it. This would be the band’s first released recording, two years ahead of their Just Another Band from East L.A. EP. In addition to Los Lobos, singers Carmen Moreno from Fresno, Geree Gonazales of East L.A., the Salas brothers of Lincoln Heights, and Tigre Rodriguez from Phoenix all assembled at A&M’s studio in L.A. in January 1977. Within two months, this album was completed, with a choir of eight-year-olds from a small Catholic school in East L.A. adding their vocals to “De Colores.”