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"Latin Music U.S.A."

     Latin Music USA highlights the great American music created by Latinos, and celebrates the Latin rhythms at the heart of jazz, rock, country, and rhythm and blues. It's a fresh take on American musical history, reaching across five decades to portray the rich mix of sounds created by Latinos and embraced by all. Narrated by Jimmy Smits. The documentary started airing on PBS in 2008.  The 2 DVD set features a CD with 8 Latin music tracks.
 


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"Poncho At Montreaux"

     Live concert by Poncho Sanchez at the legendary Montreaux Jazz Festival in Switzerland, released in 2004.  Poncho Sanchez is a Chicano salsa musician who grew up in East L.A.  David Torres, Poncho's long-time keyboardist and music director, is another Eastside musician who was in the original Tierra.

 

 


"Selena"

     Motion picture biography of the legendary Tejana singer Selena, whose life was tragically cut short.  Jennifer Lopez does a great job portraying Selena and Edward James Olmos does likewise playing her father.
 

 


Carlos Santana
"Supernatural"

     Carlos Santana's "Supernatural" live concert in 2000, a time he was riding high on the success of the critically acclaimed and best selling album of his career.
 

 


"Santana Live by Request"

     This dvd was made from Santana's 2005 summer tour.  Although Santana plays his new stuff, he shines on the old and amazing material that launched him into stardom.
 

 


"Texas Tornados - Live From Austin, Texas"

     See the great Tex-Mex all-star band, the Texas Tornados perform on the legendary Austin City Limits television show taped on October 16, 1990.  Freddy Fender, Flaco Jimenez, Augie Meyers, and Doug Sahm perform such as "She's About a Mover" and "Mendicino" from Doug Sahm's days with the Sir Douglas Quintet, Freddy Fender's mega-hit "Before the Next Teardrop Falls," and the Texas Tornados' good time song "Hey Baby Que Pasó."
 

 


"El Cantante"

     El Cantante is the 2006 motion picture biography of Puerto Rican salsa pioneer Hector Lavoe starring Marc Anthony and Jennifer Lopez.  The film follows Lavoe's passionate relationship with Puchi and his skyrocket to international fame.  But even when he has it all, Lavoe is unable to escape the allure of drugs and his personal pain.
 

 


"Original Salsa Kings"

     "Original Salsa Kings" features performances by Tito Puente, Ruben Blades, Eddie Palmieri, and the Fania all stars.  Video and audio are not great, but when it comes to some vintage video, that's the way it is.  This is a good buy for hard core salsa fans.
 

 


"Our Latin Thing (Nuestra Cosa)"

    "Our Latin Thing" is a a musical documentary which captures the innovative and exciting salsa music of  the Fania All Stars in New York in the 1970s.  Filmed at the Cheetah on August 26, 1971 and throughout New York City, the film features legendary Latin artists such as Ray Barreto, Willie Colon, Hector Lavoe, Johnny Pacheco and many more.
 

 


"Accordion Dreams"

"Accordion Dreams" is an award winning documentary film by Hector Galan about Tejano conjunto music featuring Flaco Jimenez and other masters of the accordion.
 

 


"The Little Willie G. Story"

     "The Little Willie G. Story- I Wanna Testify" tells the story of the life of Little Willie G.  The lead singer for Thee Midniters in the 60s and for Malo in the early 70s, went through trials and tribulations with drug addition until he found his salvation.  The DVD is available at Little Willie G.'s my space page, www.myspace.com/littlewillieg.
 

 


"Ruco Chuco Cholo Pachuco"

     One man show by Chicano actor Pepe Serna.  Through his mystical rhymes, the versatile actor takes you on a journey dating back to the Pre-Columbian era that includes the legends from beyond.  This universal stage propels him into a variety of characters from his past, present, and future as he explores the Chicano experience and roots with split second intensity.  Serna's performance goes in and out of each personality with laser-like clarity as he jumps from century to century, continent to continent and ranging from the very serious to the comedic.  This is a very powerful theatrical piece, well written and brilliantly acted.  For more info and to order:  e mail- pepe@pepeserna.com  website- pepeserna.com  phone- (213) 706-8989
 

 

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