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Mark Guerrero Discography 1


"Get Your Baby" & "Tuff Stuff"
Mark & the Escorts


 

 

Mark & the Escorts
"Get Your Baby" b/w "Tuff Stuff"
GNP Crescendo Records GNP 350x
45 rpm 7" single
Recorded at Stereo Masters, Hollywood, California
Released March 1965


Mark Guerrero: lead guitar
Robert Warren: rhythm guitar
Trini Basulto: tenor sax
Richard Magaña: baritone sax
Joe Cabral: farfisa organ
Richard Rosas: bass
Ernie Hernandez: drums
Produced by Billy Cardenas
Engineer: Bruce Morgan

Songwriters: "Get Your Baby" (Thomas - Edwards)
Songwriter: "Tuff Stuff" (Mark Guerrero)

"Get Your Baby" Reissued on
Rampart Records:
"West Coast Eastside Revue" album (1966)
"West Coast Eastside Revue" double album (1969)
Teenage Shutdown Records:
"Jump, Jive & Harmonize" compilation CD (1995)
Dionysus Records:
"Eastside Revue Vol. 2" on CD and vinyl (2001)
Past & Present Records:
"Mindrocker" 13 CD set (2002)
No label credited:
"60s Garage Nuggets" 2 CD Set (2009)

 



"Dance with Me" & "Silly Putty"
Mark & the Escorts
 

 

 

Mark & the Escorts
"Dance with Me" b/w "Silly Putty"
GNP Crescendo Records GNP 358x
45 rpm 7" single
Recorded at Stereo Masters, Hollywood, California
Released October 1965

Mark Guerrero: lead guitar
Robert Warren: rhythm guitar
Trini Basulto: tenor sax
Richard Magaña: baritone sax
Joe Cabral: farfisa organ
Richard Rosas: bass
Ernie Hernandez: drums
Unknown: vocal
Produced by Billy Cardenas
Engineer: Bruce Morgan

Songwriters: "Dance with Me" (Sanchez - Velasquez)
Songwriters: "Silly Putty" (Cardenas - Guerrero)

 



"West Coast Eastside Revue"
Various Artists
 

 

Various Artists including Mark & the Escorts
"West Coast East Side Revue"
Rampart Records 3303A
33 1/3 rpm 12" album

Mark & the Escorts
"Get Your Baby" (original GNP Crescendo recording)

Other artists on compilation:

Cannibal & the Headhunters
The Premiers
Ronnie & the Pomona Casuals
The Sisters
Frankie Olvera
The Blendells
The Pageants
The Atlantics
The Mixtures
Thee Enchantments
The Jaguars
The Heartbreakers
The Ambertones
Alfred & Joe
The Romancers
The Salas Brothers
Li'l Ray
The Slauson Brothers
The Blue Satins

Originally released in 1966
Reissued in 1969 as disc one of a double album
with additional artists on the second disk

 



"Three's a Crowd" & "Amber Waves"
Nineteen Eighty Four
 

 

 

Nineteen Eighty Four
"Three's a Crowd" b/w "Amber Waves"
Kapp Records K-2003
45 rpm 7" single
Recorded at Gold Star, Hollywood, California
and American Studios, Studio City, California
Released 1969

Mark Guerrero: guitar, harmony vocal on "Three's a Crowd," and lead vocal on "Amber Waves"
Tony Rodas: Farfisa organ & harmony vocals
Richard Rosas: bass
Ernie Hernandez: drums, lead vocal on "Three's A Crowd," and harmony vocal on "Amber Waves"
Produced by Tommy Coe for Silver-Coe Productions

Songwriter: "Three's a Crowd" (L.T. Josie)
Songwriter: "Amber Waves" (Mark Guerrero)

 



"No Matter How Long It Takes"
Nineteen Eighty Four
 

 

 

Nineteen Eighty Four
"No Matter How Long It Takes" b/w "Baba"
Kapp Records K-2047
45 rpm 7" single
Recorded at H&R Studio, Hollywood, California
Released 1969

Mark Guerrero: guitar & lead vocals
Tony Rodas: Farfisa organ & harmony vocals
Richard Rosas: bass
Ernie Hernandez: drums & harmony vocal
Produced by Tommy Coe for Silver-Coe Productions

Songwriter:
"No Matter How Long It Takes" (Mark Guerrero)
Songwriter: "Amber Waves" (Mark Guerrero)

 



"Lila, Love Me Tonight" & "Dare I Touch You, Marylou?
Mark Guerrero
 

 

 

Mark Guerrero
"Lila, Love Me Tonight" b/w "Dare I Touch You Marylou"
Ode Records Ode- 66014
45 rpm 7" single
Recorded at A&M Studios, Hollywood, California
Released 1971

Mark Guerrero: lead vocal, guitars, keyboards
Joe Osborne: bass
Hal Blaine: drums
Merry Clayton: background vocals
Darlene Love: background vocals
Strings & horns arranged by Marty Paich
Produced by Lou Adler
Engineer: Hank Cicala

Songwriter: "Lila, Love Me Tonight" (Mark Guerrero)
Songwriter: "Dare I Touch You Marylou" (Mark Guerrero)

 



"Rock & Roll Queen" & "Lonely"
Mark Guerrero
 

 



 

Mark Guerrero
"Rock & Roll Queen" b/w "Lonely"
Capitol Records 3373
45 rpm 7" single
Recorded at Independent Studio, Studio City, California
Released 1972

Mark Guerrero: lead vocal, acoustic guitar
John Valenzuela: slide guitar
Steve Verdugo:
Wurlitzer electric piano on "Rock & Roll Queen"
Anthony Baray: Hammond organ on "Lonely"
Richard Rosas: bass
Ernie Hernandez: drums & harmony vocal
Produced by Art Brambila for Brown Bag Productions
Engineer: Howard Gale

Songwriter: "Rock & Roll Queen" (Mark Guerrero)
Songwriter: "Lonely" (Mark Guerrero)


Sleeve from 1972 release in France
(Capitol Records/ Pathe Marconi)
 

 



"I'm Brown" & "Livin' Off the Land"
Mark Guerrero
 

 

 

Mark Guerrero
"I'm Brown" b/w "Livin' Off the Land"
Capitol Records 3486
45 rpm 7" single
Recorded at Independent Studio, Studio City, California
Released 1972

Mark Guerrero:
lead vocal, acoustic guitar, lead guitar, piano
John Valenzuela: lead & rhythm guitar
Anthony Baray:
Hammond organ on "Livin' Off the Land"
Richard Rosas: bass
Ernie Hernandez: drums
Produced by Art Brambila for Brown Bag Productions
Engineer: B.B. Cunningham

Songwriter: "I'm Brown" (Mark Guerrero)
Songwriter: "Livin' Off the Land" (Mark Guerrero)

 



"Tango"
Tango
 

 

Tango
"Tango"
A&M Records SP-3612
33 1/3 rpm 12" album
Recorded at Independent Studio, Studio City, California
and Clover Studio, Hollywood, California
Released 1973
Reissued on CD in Japan in 1990

He's An Artist
Walk On Down
I'm a Human
Allesandro
I'm Brown
Rock & Roll Queen
Wild Night At the Old Rest Home
Brown Hair Growin'
Livin' Off the Land
Greenback Blues

Mark Guerrero: lead vocals, guitars, keyboards
John Valenzula: lead guitar
Richard Rosas: bass
Ernie Hernandez: drums
Anthony Baray:
Hammond organ on "I'm Brown" & "Livin" Off the Land"
Steve Verdugo: electric piano on "Rock & Roll Queen"
John Hartford: banjo and fiddle on "Greenback Blues"
Sneaky Pete Kleinow:
pedal steel guitar on "Wild Night At the Old Rest Home"
Produced by Joe Wissert
Engineers: B.B. Cunningham and Robert Apere
Mastering: Bernie Grundman

Songwriter: All songs by Mark Guerrero

 



"Holy Moses" & "Rock & Roll Circus"
Tango
 

 

Tango
"Holy Moses" b/w "Rock & Roll Circus"
A&M Records 1622-S
45 rpm 7" stereo single
Recorded at A&M Studios, Hollywood, California
Released 1974

Mark Guerrero:
lead vocal, guitar, keyboard,
lead guitar on "Holy Moses"
John Valenzuela:
guitar, background vocals,
lead guitar on "Rock & Roll Circus"
Richard Rosas: bass
Ernie Hernandez: drums and background vocals
Produced by Mark Guerrero
Engineers: Henry Lewy & Larry Forkner

Songwriter: "Holy Moses" (Mark Guerrero)
Songwriter: "Rock & Roll Circus" (Mark Guerrero)

 



On the Boulevard EP
Mark Guerrero
 

 

Mark Guerrero
"On the Boulevard"
Eastside Landmark Records ELM-002
33 1/3 rpm 12" E.P.
Recorded at Track Record, North Hollywood, California
Released 1988

On the Boulevard
If I Could Touch Your Life
Room For the Latin (In Rock & Roll)
Latin Quarter

Mark Guerrero: lead & harmony vocals, acoustic guitar
Ron Reyes: lead guitar
Dave Carlos: bass
Jimi Seville: keyboards
David Torres: montuno piano on "Room For the Latin"
Bill Reyes: drums & percussion
Alex Armstrong: harmony vocals
Ron Lupine: harmony vocals
Produced by Mark Guerrero & Jimi Seville
Executive producer: Eddie Torres
Engineer: John Carter
Mastering: Bernie Grundman

Songwriter: All songs by Mark Guerrero

 



"Radio Aztlán"
Mark Guerrero
 

 

Mark Guerrero
"Radio Aztlán"
Recorded at home in Palm Springs, California
Self released 1993

The Streets of East L.A.
Mexican Moon
Whitewash
Blood On the Sun
Orale
The Ballad of Carlos Almaraz
Radio Aztlán
Days of the Dons
The Great Mango
Santa Fe Sunset
Ay Yi Yi Yi (Nobody Told Me)
Oh Maria
The Ballad of Lalo Guerrero

Mark Guerrero: lead vocals, guitars, keyboards

On "Whitewash," "Orale,"
"Radio Aztlán," & "The Great Mango":

Alex Armstrong: harmony vocals, guitar, piano
Ron Reyes: lead guitar
Leo Valenzuela: bass
Bill Reyes: drums and percussion
Produced and engineered by Mark Guerrero

Songwriter: All songs by Mark Guerrero

 



"Jukebox Man"
Mark Guerrero
 

 

Mark Guerrero
"Jukebox Man"
Recorded at home in Palm Springs, California
Self released 1994

Behind the Ruins
Unconditional Love
The Quest For Love
What You Gonna Do (When the Well Runs Dry)
Dreams Die Hard
Meet Me On the Other Side
Jukebox Man
Hostage of the Heart
The Great Mango
Love Come My Way
Nothing But Love
Take Me Along
Baby I Love You So

Mark Guerrero:
lead vocals, lead & rhythm guitars, keyboards
Chan Romero: harmony vocals on
"Love Come My Way" & "Take Me Along"
Ron Reyes: lead guitar
Lenny Hansel: lead guitar on "Baby I Love You So"
Pat Rizzo: tenor sax on "Meet Me On the Other Side"
Ron James: piano on "Meet Me On the Other Side"
Produced and engineered by Mark Guerrero

Songwriter: All songs by Mark Guerrero

 



"Face and Heart"
Mark Guerrero
 

 

Mark Guerrero
"Face and Heart"
Recorded at home in Palm Springs, California
Self released 1996

The Song Is King
Face and Heart
San Antonio Serenade
L.A. Moon
El Dorado
Just a Little Bit Blue
Margarita
Spiritual Psychic Church
The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
Flower and Song
When the Population Shifts
Dream Catcher
The Elephant and the Dove
Tucson
Will I Ever See Her Again?
Sedona, Arizona

Mark Guerrero:
lead vocals, lead & rhythm guitars, keyboards
Mark Linford: lead guitar (nylon string) on "El Dorado"
Produced and engineered by Mark Guerrero

Songwriter: All songs by Mark Guerrero

 



"Jump, Jive & Harmonize"
Various Artists
 

 

Various Artists including Mark & the Escorts
"Jump, Jive & Harmonize"

Teenage Shutdown
Compact Disc
Made in Germany
Released 1995

Mark & the Escorts
"Get Your Baby" (original GNP Crescendo recording)

Other artists on compilation:

Thee Midniters
Jolly Green Giants
Five Americans
The Us Four
The Incrowd
Cobras
Count and the Colony
Del Shannon
Jimmuy Stokely & the Exiles
Los Shains
Baby Huey & the Baby Sitters
The Shandells
Centurys
The Twiliters
The Esquires
The Preachers
Mr. Lucky and the Gamblers
The Groupies
The Human Beings

 



"The Chicano Alliance"
Various Artists
 

 

Various Artists including Mark Guerrero
"Chicano Alliance"
R Town Records RT5699
Two CD set
Released 1998

Mark Guerrero
"On the Boulevard" and "Rosalie"
Songwriter: Mark Guerrero

"On the Boulevard" same version as on 1989 E.P.

"Rosalie"
Recorded at Dawnbreaker Studio,
San Fernando, California 1982

Mark Guerrero:
lead vocal, harmony vocal, acoustic guitar, bass, piano
Tony Peluso: keyboard
Anthony Baray: keyboard
Bill Mutter: drums
Rudy Regalado: timbales
Jose "Perico" Hernandez: congas
Producer & engineer: Tony Peluso

Other artists on compilation:

El Chicano
Tierra
Malo
Little Joe y La Familia
Rosie & the Originals
Little Ray
Geree
The Village Callers
Chico
The Alienz
Soto
Lava & the Hot Rocks
Rise
Con
Gabe Nieto
Johnny Martinez
Cui Cui
Los Suspiros
The Nothing
Sensemaya
Dominica
Rhapsody
Balance
Identity Crisis
Ruben Hernandez
Randy Garibay
Felicitas
Sudden Move
Whiskey Train

 



"Eastside Sound, Vol. 2- Featuring Mark & the Escorts"
Various Artists
 

 

Various Artists including Mark & the Escorts
"Eastside Sound, Vol. 2"
Dionysus Records
CD and 33 1/3 rpm 12" vinyl album
Released 2001
Reissue of Mark & the Escorts
1965 GNP Crescendo recordings

Mark & the Escorts recordings on compilation:

Get Your Baby
Tuff Stuff
Dance with Me
Silly Putty

Other artists on compilation:

The Premiers
The Blendells
Thee Enchantments
Thee Impalas
Godfrey & Friends
The Pageants
Cassinos
The Atlantics 2
The Escorts
The Four Tempos

 



"Mindrocker"
Various Artists
 

 

Various Artists including Mark & the Escorts
"Mindrocker"
Past & Present Records
13 CD Set
Released 2002

Includes "Get Your Baby" by Mark & the Escorts
(1965 GNP Crescendo Records)

Some of the other artists on the compilation:

The Knickerbockers
The McCoys
Johnny Winter
The Standells
The Rising Sons
The Leaves
The Music Machine

 



"Murals of Aztlán"
Los Four
 

 

Documentaries "Murals of Aztlán" and "Los Four"
UCLA Chicano Resource Center
DVD
Released 2004

Featured in "Murals of Aztlán"

"On the Boulevard" (instrumental)
"Pre-Columbian Dream" (instrumental)

Songwriter: Mark Guerrero

Mark Guerrero: acoustic guitar
Jose Hernandez: trumpet
Unknown: string section
John Douglas: electric piano
Jerry Rightmer: bass
John Profeta: drums
Rudy Regalado: timbales ("On the Boulevard")
Jose "Perico" Hernandez: congas
Engineer: Tony Peluso

 



"The Original Chicano"
Lalo Guerrero
 

 

 

Lalo Guerrero
"Lalo Guerrero: The Original Chicano"

DVD/CD
Released 2006

"The Ballad of Lalo Guerrero"

Songwriter: Mark Guerrero

Mark Guerrero: lead vocal & all instruments
Produced and engineered by Mark Guerrero
Documentary produced by Dan Guerrero



"Chicano Rock! The Sounds of East Los Angeles"
Documentary
 

 

"Chicano Rock: The Sounds of East Los Angeles"
Produced by Jon Wilkman
DVD
Released 2008

"The Streets of East L.A." (videotaped "live" version)

Songwriter: Mark Guerrero

Mark Guerrero: lead vocal & guitar
Ron Reyes: lead guitar
Alex Armstrong: acoustic guitar
Leo Valenzuela: bass
Bobby Dominguez: drums
Tim Jones: piano
Al Lopez: tenor sax
Johnny Guerrero: timbales
Aaron Guerrero Routenberg

 



"Latin Music Legends"
Trini Lopez PBS Special
 

 

 

"Trini Lopez Presents: "Latin Music Legends"
DVD
Released 2009

"Los Chucos Suaves" (videotaped "live" version)

Songwriter: Lalo Guerrero

Mark Guerrero: lead vocal & guitar
Backed by Tierra:
Rudy Salas: lead guitar
Joey Navarro: piano
Steve Falomir: bass
Aaron Ballesteros: drums
Jeff Lewis: trumpet
Victor Cisneros: tenor sax
Dale Villavicencio: timbales

 



"60s Garage Nuggets"
Various Artists
 

 

Various Artists including Mark & the Escorts
"60s Garage Nuggets"
2 CD Set
118 songs (mp3 format)
Released 2009

Includes "Get Your Baby" by Mark & the Escorts
(1965 GNP Crescendo Records)

Some of the other artists on the compilation:

Blue Cheer
The Grass Roots
Spencer Davis Group
The Electric Prunes
Bobby Fuller
Sky Saxon
The Troggs
The McCoys

 



"Stand and Deliver"
Various Artists
 

 

Various Artists Including Mark Guerrero
"Stand and Deliver-
A Musical Tribute to Jaime Escalante"
One of a Kind CDs Music & Records
Compact Disc
Released 2010

Mark Guerrero
"If I Could Touch Your Life"
Same version as on "On the Boulevard" EP (1988)
Songwriter: Mark Guerrero

Mark Guerrero: lead vocal, acoustic guitar
Ron Reyes: lead guitar
Jimi Seville: keyboards
Dave Carlos: bass
Bill Reyes: drums
Alex Armstrong: background vocal
Ron Lupine: background vocal
Produced by Mark Guerrero & Jimi Seville
Executive Producer: Eddie Torres
Engineer: John Carter
Mastering: Bernie Grundman

Other artists on compilation:

The Delgado Brothers
Chico
Steve Salas
Geree Gonzalez
Suave
DW3
Elijah
Mike Jimenez
Spice
Gilbert Moret
The Joe May Jazz Orchestra
Chan Romero
Fatima
Monchee Jimenez (aka Little Ray Jimenez)

 



"Logan Lucky"
Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Various Artists
 

 

Various Artists Including Mark & the Escorts
"Logan Lucky Motion Picture Soundtrack"
Milan Records
Compact Disc
Released 2017

Mark & the Escorts
"Get Your Baby"
Songwriters: Wayne Edwards & Randy Steven Thomas
Publishing: Padua Music Co. BMI

Mark Guerrero: lead guitar
Robert Warren: rhythm guitar
Trini Basulto: tenor sax
Joe Cabral: Farfisa organ
Rick Rosas: bass
Ernie Hernandez: drums
Produced by Billy Cardenas
Engineer: Bruce Morgan
Studio: Stereo Masters- Hollywood, CA

Other artists on compilation:

Bo Diddley
John Denver
Dr. John
Creedence Clearwater Revival
Leann RImes
Mile Ends
Thomas A. Edison Electric Band
The Groundhogs
John Fahey
Brainbox
David Holmes
Lord Sutch
The Monks
Farrah Mackenzie
 

 

 

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