Frank McCulloch y Sus Amigos | Asi se cantaban en Nuevo Mexico

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Asi se cantaban en Nuevo Mexico

by Frank McCulloch y Sus Amigos

Mostly traditional songs from Mexico and New Mexico performed by trio of musical friends (Frank McCulloch, Luis Campos, and Melody Mock) from Albuquerque, New Mexico.
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1. La Vaquilla Colorada Frank Mcculloch Y Sus Amigos
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2. Delgadina Frank Mcculloch Y Sus Amigos
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3. Don Simon Frank Mcculloch Y Sus Amigos
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4. Una Pocha Frank Mcculloch Y Sus Amigos
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5. El Quelite Frank Mcculloch Y Sus Amigos
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6. Bendito Frank Mcculloch Y Sus Amigos
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7. Valentina Frank Mcculloch Y Sus Amigos
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8. El Gallo Frank Mcculloch Y Sus Amigos
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9. La Llorona Frank Mcculloch Y Sus Amigos
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10. La Calandria Frank Mcculloch Y Sus Amigos
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11. Cuatro Milpas Frank Mcculloch Y Sus Amigos
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12. Mas Te Quisiera Frank Mcculloch Y Sus Amigos
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13. La Barca De Oro Frank Mcculloch Y Sus Amigos
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14. Soldado De Levita Frank Mcculloch Y Sus Amigos
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15. Cielito Lindo Frank Mcculloch Y Sus Amigos
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is the second CD recorded by Frank McCulloch & Friends. It consists of music that has been sung and played in New Mexico for many years. Many of these songs are in the collection of John Donald Robb (1892-1989), an ethnomusicologist and composer who gathered traditional music of the American Southwest. Some melodies are Mexican and others are New Mexican in origin.

Frank McCulloch y sus Amigos continue to perform most Sundays at Java Joe’s Downtown coffee shop in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

This CD was recorded at Frank’s art studio by Jack Loeffler - aural historian, writer, radio producer and sound collage artist

Frank McCulloch (senior) is a native New Mexican born in Gallup of mixed heritage, including Irish and Hispanic roots. His father ran Harvey House Hotels in Gallup and in Las Vegas, New Mexico. Frank grew up hearing the folk music of the region and Mexico, and began playing music in the 1950s. He has recorded many songs for the J.D. Robb collection of New Mexico folksongs. Frank taught high school art for 30 years, and is a well-known landscape painter.

Luis Campos is often seen around town playing flamenco music either solo or with flamenco groups. He studied guitar in Spain and has a degree in guitar performance from hte University of New Mexico. He has produced several CDs of compositions, both original and traditional.

Melody Mock grew up in a musical family close to the Mexican border. She started playing violin at the age of three, and toured with her family playing classical guitar in a five-member group up until the age of 13. She began playing music again when invited to join Frank and Bob LaPlante at Java Joe’s one Sunday.


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