Barrio rhythm: Mexican American music in Los Angeles
Drawing from oral histories and other primary sources, as well as from appropriate representative songs, Loza provides a historical overview of the music from the nineteenth-century to the present and offers in-depth profiles of nine Mexican-American artists, groups, and entrepreneurs in Southern California from post-World War II era to the present.
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Society and Music in Mexican Los Angeles
Los Angeles 194590 54
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