El Vez - The Mexican Elvis mp3 album
Robert Lopez (born 1960), better known by his stage name El Vez, is a Mexican-American singer-songwriter and musician, who performs and records original material and covers classic rock songs. Mixing the styles of Elvis Presley and many other American rock artists with his own Latin-American heritage and music, he is known for expressing revolutionary views through the satire and humor in his songs.
21 March 2017 ·. Ophelia's. 20 March 2017 ·. May 6, come celebrate Cinco de Mayo with El Vez, The Mexican Elvis at Ophelia's
Thanks to all who came out to the first Unhappy Hour show at Club Tee Gee on Wednesday. What a fantastic crowd and beautiful venue.
Profile: Mexican Elvis impersonator. El Vez. Fun In Español (Album). Sympathy For The Record Industry. Graciasland (Album).
Since Lopez's impersonator did not meet his expectation El Vez was created. El Vez's first performance was in Memphis, Tennessee on August 16, 1989. Lopez started making karaoke tapes while running his gallery. Most of his music does not include sacred topics, but it doesn't mean he doesn't respect them The trend of Chicano rock mirrored what was happening on college campuses as well. The rise of Chicano Studies departments, which offered courses in Chicano literature, politics and culture, affected college students and musicians tremendously
Groovy, kitschy, funny, funky record album covers. El Vez - The Mexican Elvis (1991). EclecticSageVintage Album Art. Nils-Eriks - Dansglädje 85.
The lyrics, for example, in his song "Chicanisma" (a version of Elvis' "Little Sister") are critical of the male-dominated Chicano community's oppression of women, while his revision of "Mystery Train" (called "Misery Train") tells the. In his album Graciasland -a rockabilly/country version of Paul Simon's Graceland -he identifies the Southwestern United States as the spiritual homeland, Aztlan, for Chicanos.
El Vez. 522 listeners. 1 more album featuring this track. El Vez, aka Robert Lopez, has been kicking around the . underground music scene for nearly twenty years. He first appeared in the early . punk band the Zeros and then played in Catholic Discipline (which also spawned lesbian folk singer Phranc).
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|A1||Esta Bien Mamacita
Written-By – A. Crudup*
|A2||Esta Bien Mamacita (Impersonators Mix)||1:48|
|B||En El Barrio
Written-By – El Vez, David*, Winwood*
- Artwork – Bar-Min-Ski
- Congas – Peter Tomlinson
- Engineer – Earle Mankey
- Featuring [Las Elvettes] – Gladysita, Lisa Maria, Priscilita, Que Linda Thompson
- Guitar – Jim Avergis*, Tara Novick
- Other [Maqillaje] – Evie Bibo
- Performer [Groove] – Rami Jaffee
- Performer [Robalo] – Darren Scheff*
- Photography By – Randall Michelson
- Tambourine – Carey Stratton
NotesAll tracks are cover versions of songs originally performed by Elvis Presley ("That's Allright Mama" and "In The Ghetto").
Includes cardstock SFTRI order form.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A-side etchings): SFTRI-IIII-A ELVIS LOVE
- Matrix / Runout (B-side etchings): SFTRI-IIII-B VIVA LAS VEGAS
|SFTRI 111||El Vez||The Mexican Elvis (7", Whi)||Sympathy For The Record Industry||SFTRI 111||US||1991|
|SFTRI 111||El Vez||The Mexican Elvis (7")||Sympathy For The Record Industry||SFTRI 111||US||1991|
|SFTRI 111||El Vez||The Mexican Elvis (7", Gre)||Sympathy For The Record Industry||SFTRI 111||US||1991|
|SFTRI 111||El Vez||The Mexican Elvis (7", Red)||Sympathy For The Record Industry||SFTRI 111||US||1991|
|SFTRI 111||El Vez||The Mexican Elvis (7", Blu)||Sympathy For The Record Industry||SFTRI 111||US||1991|