Francisco Herrera | Honor Migrante

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Honor Migrante

by Francisco Herrera

Soulful songs, tastfully performed with passion for justice for working people - mastering and recording wizardry of grammy nominees John Greenham & Greg Landau. Virtuosa voz y ritmos que llaman al amor, la lucha por la justicia y dignidad continental.
Genre: Latin: Conjunto
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1. Nuevo Sol (new sun) Francisco Javier Herrera
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2:24 album only
2. Carrito de Fruta (fruit vendor's cart) Francisco Javier Herrera
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2:51 album only
3. Pueblo Pueblo (my People) Francisco Javier Herrera
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3:21 album only
4. Palomita de la Ciudad (Dove of the City) Francisco Javier Herrera
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3:15 album only
5. Yo te amaré (I will love you ) Francisco Javier Herrera
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3:41 album only
6. Pelotita blanca (little white ball) Francisco Javier Herrera
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7. Mujeres de la maquila (Maquila Women) Francisco Javier Herrera, Deuce Eclipse
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8. Trabajo en el Hotel (I work in the hotel) Francisco Javier Herrera
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3:22 album only
9. Saber ante la Migra (know your rights) Francsico Javier Herrera
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3:33 album only
10. Amor sin papeles (Love without documents) Francisco Javier Herrera
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11. Si la migra (if the authorities come) Francisco Javier Herrera
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12. Se vende todo (Bonus track) (All's up for sale) Francisco Javier Herrera
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Album Notes
La música combina el “swing,” de la música fronteriza conocida como “Tex-Mex,” dándole un acento californiano que incorpora aspectos del “Rock,” “Regea,” música “Afro-Cubana,” y Nueva Canción Lartinoamericano, por lo tanto transformada en “Cal-Mex.” Manteniendo el golpe rítmico de la polka fronteriza con el brinco juguetón que caracteriza las fusiones musicales de la Bahía de San Francisco.
Francisco es un Trabajador Cultural, un organizador que ha dedicado su vida al servicio a su comunidad. Su música es una forma de arte público cantado en iglesias, plazas, escuelas, huelgas, reuniones (mitins); y en todo lugar sus canciones inspiran y nutren la esperanza. Su voz encierra la esencia del alma chicana, que mezcla el calor inspiracional del “rhythm & blues – afro-americano” con la ternura campechana de los cantantes románticos rancheros de México.
Greg Landau – agosto 2009
San Francisco, CA.

The music combines the swing of the border music called Tex-Mex with a very “Californiano” approach that brings in elements of rock music, reggae, Afro-Cuban and the Latin American Nueva Canción, thus the evolution of “Cal-Mex.” You can feel the thump of the border polka with a very different swing to it that playful bounce that marks the San Francisco Bay Area’s characteristic musical fusion.

Francisco Herrera is a cultural worker, a community organizer who has devoted his life to service to his community. His music is a form of public art, sung in churches, plazas, schools, picket lines, meetings and everywhere his songs will provide inspiration and hope. His unique voice captures the essence of “Chicano soul” that blends the soulful inspiration of rhythm and blues with the earthy ranchero crooners of Mexico.
Greg Landau – August 2009 San Francisco, CA


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honor migrante
this is a mavelous cd because it speaks sings of the struggle and the dignity of migrant people iloved it

Flora Colao

Social Worker
This album is amazing. It is clearly a work of both art and love. Every song touches the heart and raises consciousness about the plight of immigrants in the USA. This music heals the soul. It should be in everyone's music collection.