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Mark Guerrero Videos - Page 13

Mark Guerrero with Yaqui
Yaqui Reunion Concert at The Hop
Puente Hills, California
May 26, 2005

     I was asked by Yaqui to take the spot of the late Eddie Serrano at a Yaqui Reunion Concert, which was organized for the reissue of Yaqui's 1972 album on CD.  I took some of Eddie's vocal parts, played guitar, and sang the lead vocal on three songs, my "On the Boulevard" and "I'm Brown" and my dad's "Los Chucos Suaves."  We did six of Yaqui's songs from their 1972 album, "Yaqui," which was released on Playboy Records.

MusiciansGeorge Ochoa (lead vocals, keyboard), Ron Reyes (lead guitar), Art Sanchez (bass), Rudy Regalado (timbales), Ray Rodriguez (drums), Larry Cronen (keyboard), Mark Guerrero (lead vocals, guitar), and Willie Loya (congas).  Willie was sitting in and not a member of the original Yaqui.

Songs performed on videos below:
"On the Boulevard," "Los Chucos Suaves," and "I'm Brown"

"On the Boulevard"
words and music by Mark Guerrero

"Los Chucos Suaves"
words & music by Lalo Guerrero

"I'm Brown"
words & music by Mark Guerrero

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