In 2002, Warner Music Latina released "Lalo Guerrero-
El Chicano Inolvidable." It's a great collection
of the best of my dad's recordings of the 1960s. My
dad and I selected the songs from approximately 200 recordings
he made during the period. We purposely selected songs
with the idea of having a variety of styles which reflected
his diversity. All songs are written by my dad.
The songs included are: "Nunca Jamas," his
classic bolero, "El Chicano," a corrido expressing
Chicano pride, "El Guero Aventao," a comic polka,
"La Pollera Rota," a cumbia, "El Corrido de
Cesar Chavez," "La Flaca," a canción norteña,
"El Transplante," a corrido love song, "Los
Angeles," a tribute song to the city, "Cuando Me
Muero Por Ti," a beautiful danzonette showcasing my dad's
voice at it's best, "Me Gusta El Cha Cha Cha," "La
Minifalda de Reynalda," a comic rock/norteña and one
of his biggest hits," and "Ole," a paso doble
complete with the Castilian style of Spanish pronunciation.
This collection features my dad in his prime as a singer/songwriter.
Update: This CD is no longer available from Musiteca,
but the recordings of the songs are available through my website.