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#1 Feb 23, 2010
I was given a CD with about 2 dozen songs on it -- there is no label or other documentation, but the vocals are all Ray Price. The first half of these are mostly classic Mexican standards, all done in Spanish, with full mariachi accompaniment. There also are some Spanish versions of Ray Price classics ("For the Good Times," "I Won't Mention it Again" , etc.). The rest are in English -- Ray Price hits, some of which can be found on several of his (Price's) more recent albums. All of these cuts are beautifully arranged and performed. I have tried to find some information on the Spanish cuts (name of the mariachi, backup vocalists, etc.), but have had no success. I would appreciate any information on this.
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