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Mark Guerrero Discography 2


"El Rock De Las Ardillitas"
Las Ardillitas con Mark & the Escorts
 

 

Las Ardillitas con Mark & the Escorts

"El Rock De Las Ardillitas"
The song had fragments of
"Twist and Shout" and "Roll Over Beethoven"
Colonial Records (493)
45 rpm 7" single
Recorded at Jimmy Jones Studio, Pasadena, California
Released 1964

Songwriter: Lalo Guerrero

Lalo Guerrero: vocals as Ardillitas & spoken word parts
Mark Guerrero: lead guitar
Robert Warren: rhythm guitar
Richard Rosas: bass
Ernie Hernandez: drums
Produced by Manuel Acuña
Engineer: Jimmy Jones

 



"Los Greñudos"
Lalo Guerrero with Mark & the Escorts
 

 

Lalo Guerrero with Mark & the Escorts

The label says "con el Conjunto de Mark Guerrero"
but it was in fact Mark & the Escorts
Mark Guerrero on bass on the "B" side
with a Mexican band

"Los Greñudos" b/w "Señora Gonzalez"
Colonial Records (517)
45 rpm 7" single
Recorded at Jimmy Jones Studio, Pasadena, California
Released 1965

Songwriter: "Los Greñudos" (Lalo Guerrero)
Songwriter: "Señora Gonzalez" (Lalo Guerrero)

Lalo Guerrero: lead vocal
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 Manuel Acuña
Engineer: Jimmy Jones



"La Minifalda de Reynalda"
Lalo Guerrero with Mark & the Escorts
 

 

Lalo Guerrero with Mark & the Escorts
"La Minifalda de Reynalda con Lalo Guerrero"

Discos Torre (N-190660)
33 1/3 rpm 12" album

Colonial Records (CO-100-A)
45 rpm 7" Extended Play (EP)

Colonial Records (577)
45 rpm 7" single

Recorded at Jimmy Jones Studio, Pasadena, California
Released 1965

"La Minifalda de Reynalda"

Songwriter: Lalo Guerrero

Lalo Guerrero: lead vocal
Mark Guerrero: lead guitar (12 string Rickenbaker)
Richard Rosas: bass
Ernie Hernandez: drums
Los Hermanos Arellano Conjunto
Produced by Manuel Acuña
Engineer: Jimmy Jones

 



"La Celosa Y El Celoso"
Lalo Guerrero
 

 

Lalo Guerrero
"La Celosa y El Celoso"

Cap Latino (ST-19019)
33 1/3 rpm 12" album

Colonial Records (CR-1079)
45 rpm 7" single

Recorded at Jimmy Jones Studio, Pasadena, California
Released 1965

"Felipe El Hippie"

Songwriter: Lalo Guerrero

Lalo Guerrero: lead vocal
Mark Guerrero: lead guitar
Richard Rosas: bass
Ernie Hernandez: drums
Los Hermanos Arellano Conjunto
Produced by Manuel Acuña
Engineer: Jimmy Jones

 



"El Tex Mex"
Lalo Guerrero

 

 

Lalo Guerrero

"El Tex-Mex"
Cap Latino Records (6913)
45 rpm 7" single
Recorded at Jimmy Jones Studio, Pasdena, California
Released 1969

Songwriter: Lalo Guerrero

Lalo Guerrero: lead vocal
Mark Guerrero: lead guitar
Los Hermanos Arellano Conjunto
Produced by Manuel Acuña
Engineer: Jimmy Jones

 



"Pancho Claus"
Lalo Guerrero
 

 

Lalo Guerrero

"Pancho Claus" b/w "The Burrito"
Cap Latino Records (6887)
45 rpm 7" single
Recorded at Jimmy Jones Studio, Pasadena, California
Released 1969

Songwriter: "Pancho Claus" (Lalo Guerrero)
Songwriter: "The Burrito" (Lalo Guerrero)

(This was Lalo's second version of "Pancho Claus."  The
first was recorded and released c. 1956.  The first version mentions Elvis, this version mentions The Beatles and has a fragment of the song "Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band.)

Lalo Guerrero: lead vocal
Mark Guerrero: lead guitar
Richard Rosas: bass
Ernie Hernandez: drums
Produced by Manuel Acuña
Engineer: Jimmy Jones

 



"Que Linda Tu Eres"
Los Apolo
 

 

Los Apolo

"Que Linda Eres"
Cap Latino (6914)
45 rpm 7" single
Recorded in North Hollywood, California
Released 1969

Songwriter: Roberto Rodriguez

Los Apolo Trio
with Nineteen Eighty Four
Mark Guerrero: guitar
Richard Rosas: bass
Ernie Hernandez: drums
Produced by Manuel Acuña

 



"Christmas Songs with Lalo Guerrero"
Lalo Guerrero

 

 

Lalo Guerrero

"Christmas Songs" E.P.
L & M Records (JJ-100)
45 rpm 7" single
Released c. 1970

"Mario From the Barrio"

Songwriter: Lalo Guerrero

Lalo Guerrero: lead vocal, guitar
Mark Guerrero: guitar
Produced by Manuel Acuña

 



"La Discoteque de las Ardillitas de Lalo Guerrero"
Lalo Guerrero
 

 

Las Ardillitas de Lalo Guerrero
"La Discoteque"

EMI Pops (POP 465)
33 1/3 rpm 12" album
Recorded at Sound Labs, Hollywood, California
Released 1979

"Gasolina," "Disco Jalisco," and "Fiebre de Lunes"

Songwriter: Lalo Guerrero

Lalo Guerrero: Ardillita voice and spoken word
Mark Guerrero: guitar
John Douglas: keyboard
Mark Sycheck: bass
John Perry: drums
Produced by Manuel Acuña

 



"Las Ardillitas de Lalo Guerrero"
Las Ardillitas de Lalo Guerrero
 

 

Las Ardillitas de Lalo Guerrero
"Las Ardillitas de Lalo Guerrero"

EMI Capitol (Pop 540)
33 1/3 rpm 12" album
Recorded at Sound Labs, Hollywood, California
Released 1981

"Azotalo (El Latigo)" ("Whip It")
"La Marea Esta Alta" ("The Tide Is High")

Songwriter: Lalo Guerrero (Spanish lyrics)

Mark Guerrero: bass
Rick Chavez: guitar
Anthony Baray: keyboards
Bill Mutter: drums
Produced by Manuel Acuña

 



"Parodies os Lalo Guerrero"
Lalo Guerrero
 

 

Lalo Guerrero
"Parodies of Lalo Guerrero"

Ambiente Records (AMB 100)
33 1/3 rpm 12" album
Recorded at David Flores Recording,
Pico Rivera, California
Released 1981

"Elvis Perez"
(The original version of "Elvis Perez" was recorded in the mid-'50s)

Songwriter: Lalo Guerrero

Lalo Guerrero: vocal
Mark Guerrero: lead guitar
David Hidalgo: requinto
Conrad Lozano: guitarrón
Produced by Phillip Sonnichsen
Engineer: David Flores

 



"50 / 50s"
Lynda Peace
 

 

Lynda Peace
"50 / 50s"

33 1/3 rpm 12" album
Recorded at Redondo Pacific Studio
Redondo Beach, California
Released 1981

A Mess of Blues
Everyday
Don't It Make You Wanna Dance
If He Just Helps Me Get Over You
Rocky Top
Great Balls of Fire
I'm Ready
Let It Be Me
Say Mama
Cry

Lynda Peace: lead vocals
Mark Guerrero: bass, piano & harmonies
Dave Wendels: electric and acoustic guitars
Johnny Meeks: guitar on "Say Mama"
Wilbur Brown: tenor sax
Peter Schless: piano
Paul Halel: pedal steel
Lanny Swope: drums
Engineer: Janet Krick

 



Dave Wendels
 

 

Dave Wendels

"Flyin' Saucers Rock & Roll" b/w "Red Hot"
45 rpm 7" single
Recorded at Redondo Pacific Studio
Redondo Beach, California
Released 1981

Lynda Peace: lead vocals
Mark Guerrero: bass
Dave Wendels: lead guitar
Wilbur Brown: tenor sax
Peter Schless: piano
Lanny Swope: drums
Engineer: Janet Krick

 



Fernando Valenzuela E.P.
Lalo Guerrero
 

 

 

Lalo Guerrero

"Ole! Fernando" b/w "Fernando, El Toro"
45 rpm 7" single
Recorded at David Flores Recording
Pico Rivera, California
Released 1981

Songwriter: "Ole! Fernando (Lalo Guerrero)
Songwriter: "Fernando, El Toro" (Mark Guerrero)

Lalo Guerrero: lead vocals
Mariachi Sol de Mexico:
Jose Hernandez: trumpet
Martin Lara: trumpet
Esteban Hernandez: violin
Agustin Cervantes: violin
Jose Cervantes: violin
Jesus Hernandez: guitar
Humberto Hernandez: vihuela
Francisco "Capiro" Castro: guitarron
Produced by Phillip Sonnichsen
Arranged and directed by Jose Hernandez
Engineer: David Flores

 



"Jack Street"
Jack Street Band
 

 

"Jack Street"
The Jack Street Band

RCA Records (NFL1-8010)
33 1/3 rpm 12" album
Recorded at Jennifudy Recording Studios
Hollywood, California
Released 1982

"Annie"

Songwriter: (D'Amore- Crowley)

Jack Street (aka Jack D'Amore) :
lead vocals, acoustic guitar, acoustic piano
Mark Guerrero: background vocal
Jeff Ballew: guitars, vocals
Danny Prosser: guitars, vocals
Steve Cunningham: keyboards, vocals
Clark Kearny: bass, vocals
Jimmy Monroe: drums, percussion
Produced by Dennis Lambert
Engineer: Tony Peluso

 



"Country Estilo de Las Ardillitas de Lalo Guerrero "
Las Ardillitas de Lalo Guerrero
 

 

Las Ardillitas de Lalo Guerrero
"Country Al Estilo de Las Ardillitas de Lalo Guerrero"

EMI Pops (POP-559)
33 1/3 rpm 12" album
Recorded at Capitol Studios, Hollywood, California
Released 1982

"El Vaquero Urbano"
"El Tex Mex"
"El Paso"
"Gringo" ("Ringo")
"El Pizarron"
"Soy Un Cowboy"
"Lulu Belle"

Lalo Guerrero: Ardillita vocal and spoken word
Mark Guerrero: bass
Rick Chavez: guitar
Bill Mutter: drums
Produced by Manuel Acuña
Arranged and directed by Mark Guerrero
(There were three tracks, not listed above,
with other musicians arranged and directed by
Manuel Acuña)

 



E.T. El Extraterrestre EP and Album
Las Ardillitas de Lalo Guerrero
 

 

 

 

 

 

Las Ardillitas de Lalo Guerrero
"E.T. El Extraterrestre"

EMI (8712)
45 rpm 7" EP

EMI Pops (POP-567)
33 1/3 rpm 12" album
"20 Exitos Navideños de Las Ardillitas de Lalo Guerrero"

Recorded at Music Labs Studios, Hollywood, California
Released 1982

"E.T. El Extraterrestre"

Songwriters:
Music- Mark Guerrero
Lyrics- Lalo Guerrero

Lalo Guerrero: Ardillita vocal and spoken word
Mark Guerrero: bass
Rick Chavez: guitar
Bill Mutter: drums
Anthony Baray: synthesizer
Produced by Manuel Acuña

 



"Noche de Amor"
Herb Alpert
 

 

 

 

 

Herb Alpert
"Noche de Amor"

A&M Records (SP-37006)
33 1/3 rpm 12" album

A&M Records (42067)
45 rpm 7" single

Recorded at A&M Studios, Hollywood, California
Released 1983

"Sueño Precolombino" ("Pre-Columbian Dream")

Songwriter: Mark Guerrero

Herb Alpert: trumpet
Abraham Laboriel: bass
Lee Ritenour: guitar
Neil Larsen: organ
Bill Cuomo: keyboards and Linn drum programming
Produced by Jose Quintana

 



"Panfilo El Rey del Rock"
Las Ardillitas de Lalo Guerrero
 

 

 

Las Ardillitas de Lalo Guerrero
"Panfilo El Rey Del Rock"

EMI Pops (POP-589)
33 1/3 rpm 12" album
Recorded at Music Labs Studios, Hollywood, California
and EMI Studios, Mexico City, Mexico
Released 1983

"Panfilo El Rey Del Rock"
"Juegos De Video"
"Rocanroleando En Mexico"
"Ejercicios Aerobicos"

Songwriters:
Music- Mark Guerrero
Lyrics- Lalo Guerrero

Lalo Guerrero: ardillita vocal and spoken word
Mark Guerrero: bass, piano, and ardillita vocal
Rick Chavez: guitar
Bill Mutter: drums
Produced by Manuel Acuña

 



"Aleluya! Es Navidad!"
Las Ardillitas de Lalo Guerrero
 

 

 

Las Ardillitas de Lalo Guerrero
"Aleluya! Es Navidad"

EMI Pops (POP-656)
33 1/3 rpm 12" album
Recorded at Music Labs Studios, Hollywood, California
and EMI Studios, Mexico City, Mexico
Released 1983

"Queremos Rock Para Navidad"
"Super Santo Clos"
"La Computadora (De Santo Clos)"
"El Niño Jesus"

Songwriters:
Music- Mark Guerrero
Lyrics- Lalo Guerrero

Lalo Guerrero: Ardillita vocal and spoken word
Mark Guerrero: bass and ardillita vocal
Rick Chavez: guitar
Bill Mutter: drums
Wilbur Brown:
tenor sax on "Queremos Rock Para Navidad
Anthony Baray: Hammond organ on "Niño Jesus"
Produced by Manuel Acuña

 



"Al Natural"
Souffle
 

 

 

 

Souffle
"Al Natural"

Orfeon (LP-20-H-5387)
33 1/3 rpm 12" album
Recorded in Mexico City, Mexico
Released 1987

"Boulevard" ("On the Boulevard")
"Reyna Del Rock"
"Abre Tu Corazón" ("State of Seige")

Songwriters:

"Boulevard"
Music- Mark Guerrero
Spanish Lyric- Lalo Guerrero

"Reyna Del Rock"
Music- Mark Guerrero
Spanish Lyric- Daniel Guerrero

"Abre Tu Corazón"
Music- Mark Guerrero & Alex Armstrong
Spanish lyric: Daniel Guerrero

 



"Mensajes y Locuras"
Las Ardillitas de Lalo Guerrero
 

 

 

Las Ardillitas de Lalo Guerrero
"Mensajes y Locuras"

EMI Pops (110-796702-1)
33 1/3 rpm 12" album
Recorded in Mexico City, Mexico
Released 1991

"Panfilo El Catrin (The Dude)"
"El Sapo"

Songwriters:
Music- Mark Guerrero
Spanish Lyric- Lalo Guerrero

 



"Fifties Flash Back"
Chan Romero
 

 

Chan Romero
"Fifties Flash Back"

Warrior Records
Compact Disc
Recorded in Palm Springs, California
(a re-working of Chan's original recordings)
Released 1994

"I Dont' Care Now"
"The Hippy Hippy Shake"
"I Want Some More"
"Thrill Me So Much"

Songwriter: Chan Romero

Chan Romero: vocals, guitar, keyboard
Mark Guerrero: harmony vocals
Produced by Chan Romero & Mark Guerrero
Engineered by Mark Guerrero

 



"Papa's Dream"
Los Lobos with Lalo Guerrero
 

 

Los Lobos with Lalo Guerrero
"Papa's Dream"

Music For Little People
Compact Disc
Recorded at CRG, Roland Heights, California
Released 1995

"La Bamba" (folk version)

Lalo Guerrero: harmony vocal
Mark Guerrero: harmony vocal
Cesar Rosas: lead vocal and harmony vocal
Eugene Rodriguez: harmony vocal
Los Lobos: acoustic instruments and percussion
Produced by
Los Lobos, Eugene Rodriguez, and Leib Ostrow
Engineer: Cesar Rosas and David Wells

 



"No Stranger To Bad Weather"
Roger Connelly
 

 

 

Roger Connelly
"No Stranger To Bad Weather"

Lyin' Dog Records
Compact Disc
Recorded at Baked Nebraska Studios
Naperville, Illinois
Released 1996

"Got To Thank the Black Man"

Songwriter: Mark Guerrero

Roger Connelly: lead vocal, slide guitar & drums
Brian Connelly: bass
Produced by Brian Connelly & Roger Connelly
Engineer: Brian Connelly

 



Geree E.P.
Geree
aka Geri Gonzalez
 

 

 

Geree

R-Town Records
Compact Disc
Released 1997

"Mihijito"

Songwriter: Mark Guerrero

Geree: lead and background vocals
Jim Schweigert: arrangement & programming
George Lopez: bass
Mario Delgado: guitars
Tony Rosa: congas
Eric Mondragon: background vocals
Billy Mondragon: background vocals
Produced by Ed Contreras
Engineer: Mike Weaver, Ed Contreras & Jim Schweigert

 



"Through These Eyes"
Geree
aka Geri Gonzalez
 

 

 

Geree
"Through These Eyes"

R-Town Records
Compact Disc
Released 1999

"Mihijita"
(same version as on Geree EP- 1997)

Songwriter: Mark Guerrero

Geree: lead and background vocals
Jim Schweigert: arrangement & programming
George Lopez: bass
Mario Delgado: guitars
Tony Rosa: congas
Eric Mondragon: background vocals
Billy Mondragon: background vocals
Produced by Ed Contreras
Engineer: Mike Weaver, Ed Contreras & Jim Schweigert

 



"Lalo Guerrero's Greatest Parodies"
Lalo Guerrero
 

 

Lalo Guerrero
"Lalo Guerrero's Greatest Parodies"

Sounds of Sancho
Compact Disc
Released 1998

"Elvis Perez"
(same version as on
"Parodies of Lalo Guerrero," Ambiente Records- 1981)

Songwriter: Lalo Guerrero

Lalo Guerrero: vocal
Mark Guerrero: lead guitar
David Hidalgo: requinto
Conrad Lozano: guitarrón
Produced by Phillip Sonnichsen
Engineer: David Flores

 



"The Funny Side of Lalo Guerrero"
Lalo Guerrero
 

 

Lalo Guerrero
"the Funny Side of Lalo Guerrero"

Brown Bag Records
Compact Disc
Recorded at University of California at Los Angeles
Released 2005

"Mamas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Busboys"

Lalo Guerrero: lead vocal
Mark Guerrero: bass & drum programming
Alex Armstrong: acoustic guitar

"Mr. Jackson"

Lalo Guerrero: lead vocal & Spanish guitar
Mark Guerrero: keyboard, bass & drum programming

Parody lyrics: Lalo Guerrero

 



"Chavez Ravine"
Ry Cooder
 

 

Ry Cooder
"Chavez Ravine"

Nonesuch Records
Compact Disc
Recorded at Village Recorders
West Los Angeles, California
Released 2005

"Corrido de Boxeo"

Lalo Guerrero: lead vocal
Ry Cooder: bajo sexto & guitar
Joachim Cooder: drums
Mike Elizondo: bass
John Rotondi: piano
Flaco Jimenez: accordion

"Los Chucos Suaves"

Lalo Guerrero: lead vocal
Ry Cooder: guitar
Jim Keltner: drums
Mike Elizondo: bass
John Rotondi: piano
Gil Bernal: tenor sax

"Barrio Viejo"

Lalo Guerrero: lead vocal & guitar
Flaco Jimenez: accordion
Joachim Cooder: drums
Mike Elizondo: bass
Ledward Kaapana: guitar

Produced by Ry Cooder
Engineer: Rail Jon Rogut

Mark Guerrero: assisted with Lalo Guerrero & musicians

Songwriter: Lalo Guerrero

 



"Romantic & Sexy Guitars"
Trini Lopez
 

 

 

Trini Lopez
"Romantic & Sexy Guitars"

Tri-Lo Productions
Compact Disc
Recorded at Rancho Mirage Music People
Rancho Mirage, California
Released 2005

"Oh Maria"

Songwriter: Mark Guerrero

Trini Lopez: lead vocal
Mark Guerrero: lead & rhythm guitar, bass, keyboard, and drum programming
Produced by Trini Lopez
Engineer: Leon Becken

 



"The New Old Pueblo"
Tim Wiedenkeller
aka Tim Weed
 

 

Tim Wiedenkeller
"The New Old Pueblo"

CD single
Recorded in Tucson, Arizona
Released 2008

"The New Old Pueblo"

Songwriter: Tim Wiedenkeller

Tim Wiedenkeller: guitar & lead vocal
Lalo Guerrero: dialogue
Travis Edmonson: guitar & dialogue
Mindy Ronstadt: harmony vocal
Mark Guerrero: harmony vocal
Rob Paulus: double bass
Mark Robertson-Tessi: mandolin

 



"Rockin' Like There's No Tomorrow" CD Single
"You're On the Right Track" CD Album
Chan Romero
 

 

Chan Romero
"Rockin' Like There's No Tomorrow"

CD single
Released 2009

"Rockin' Like There's No Tomorrow"

Songwriter: Mark Guerrero

Chan Romeo: lead vocal
Mark Guerrero: lead guitar
Andy Tesso: rhythm guitar
Steve Alaniz: tenor sax
Louie Durazo: piano
Leo Valenzuela: bass
John Perez: drums
Produced by Billy Cardenas
Executive Producer: Tom Montes

 

 

 



"Soul House"
Tim Weed
aka Tim Wiedenkeller
 

 

Tim Weed aka Tim Weidenkeller
"Soul House"

Sound Orchard Records
Compact Disc
Released 2013

"Love and Peace and Happiness"

Songwriter: Tim Weed

Mark Guerrero: harmony vocal
Recorded in Tucson, Arizona
Produced by Tim Weed

 



"Greetings from East Los Angeles"
Benny & Joe
The Heartbreakers
 

 

 

The Heartbreakers- Benny & Joe
"Greetings From East Los Angeles"

Compact Disc
Released 2014

"Baby I Love You So"

Songwriter: Mark Guerrero

 



"Take Me Back"
The Phantom Teardrops
 

 

The Phantom Teardrops- Glenn Risnes & Mark Guerrero
"Take Me Back"

Compact Disc
Released 2015

"Take Me Back," "Blue Heart," "Got Me Runnin'," "A Dream Called You," "In a Perfect World," "I Wanna Be the Guy," "Dark Tide," and "This Day"

Songwriters: Glenn Risnes & Mark Guerrero

Mark Guerrero- lead guitar, 12 string guitar, keyboards, harmony vocals
Glenn Risnes- Lead vocals, bass, rhythm guitar

 

 

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