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Various - The Mexican Revolution - La Revolución Mexicana - The Heroes And Events - 1910-1920 And Beyond album FLAC

  • Performer: Various
  • Title: The Mexican Revolution - La Revolución Mexicana - The Heroes And Events - 1910-1920 And Beyond
  • Genre: Latin / World
  • Country: US
  • Formats: ADX VOC WAV MMF MP4 XM AHX
  • Style: Corrido, Folk
  • MP3 album: 1360 mb
  • FLAC album: 1909 mb
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Various - The Mexican Revolution - La Revolución Mexicana - The Heroes And Events - 1910-1920 And Beyond album FLAC

This album was released on the label Folklyric Records (catalog number 9041/44). The album included the following session artists: Design. Various - Revolución De Adolfo De La Huerta mp3. G2. Various - La Pura Pelada mp3.

Mexican Revolution ( Revolución Mexicana). The end of the Porfiriato. In 1910, Porfirio Diaz was nearing 80 years old. He wanted to become reelected one last time and then pass on the presidency to his nephew Felix Diaz. Francisco I. Madero  . Mexican Revolution ( Revolución Mexicana). From the northern state of Coahuila.

Revolution Revolución is the debut album by the American nu metal band Ill Niño. It has sold over 375,000 copies in the United States. frontman Christian Marchado is equally adept at venting his spleen in English and Spanish.

See Alatorre, Angeles Mendieta, La mujer en la revolución mexicana ( Biblioteca del Instituto Nacional de Estudios Históricos de la Revolución Mexicana, No. 23; México, 1961). 2 It is believed that as many as two million Mexicans lost their lives in the Revolution. 72 Franz, David A. Bullets and Bolshevists. A History of the Mexican Revolution and Reform in Yucatán, 1910–1924 (unpublished Ph. D. dissertation, Department of History, University of New Mexico, 1973), p. 36. 73 Turner,, Los efectos de la participación femenina en la Revolución de 1910, p. 611. 74 Mendieta Alatorre, op. ci. pp. 173–174. 75 Fernández,, Mujeres que bonran a la patria, pp. 121–130.

A brief overview of the Mexican Revolution 1910-1920. Mexico went through great political and social unrest between 1910 and 1920. The Mexican Revolution took place at this time, beginning with efforts to oust president Porfirio Diaz. A new constitution that incorporated many of the Revolution's ideals was promulgated in 1917, but the violence didn't really come to an end until Álvaro Obregón became president in 1920. Here are some of the reasons behind the revolution and information about its outcome. The Mexican Revolution is commemorated every year on November 20th as the Día de la Revolución.

Contact Mexican Revolution of 1910 on Messenger. Community Organization. Arqueología Mexicana. President Woodrow Wilson was reluctant to send . troops to Mexico in 1914, but yielded to pressure from American business interests,. cabinet members, newspapers, and representatives of the Southwest.

La révolution mexicaine Documents. History of the Americas IB Mexican Revolution 1910-1940Documents. MONEY HISTORY 1910-1948 :Japan takes over Taiwan, the Mexican Silver (Mexican dollar). In 1904 a currency revolution. The Catholic Church and the Mexican Revolution Catholic Church and the Mexican Revolution (1910–1920) Introduction. In 1924, Plutarco Elas Calles was sworn in as President of Mexico. the mexican muralists mexican muralists movement The Mexican Muralist tradition was born from the Mexican Revolution of 1910–1920. The revolution, which overturned the dictatorship of Porfirio Diaz and was based on agrarian reform to overcome the power of theDocuments. La Revolución Mexicana, 1910-1920.

The Mexican Revolution ( Spanish : Revolución mexicana ), also known as the Mexican Civil War ( Spanish : guerra civil mexicana ), was a major armed struggle, lasting roughly from 1910 to 1920, that radically transformed Mexican culture and government. Its outbreak in 1910 resulted from the failure of the 35-year-long regime of Porfirio Díaz to find a managed solution to the presidential succession. The armed conflict lasted for the most of a decade, until around 1920, and had several distinct phases.

Tracklist

Part 1: Outlaws And Revolutionaries
A1 Los Alegres De Terán Ignacio Parra
A2 Trío Los Aguilillas* Valentín Mancera
A3 Mariachi México Del Norte Potro Lobo Gateado
A4 Pedro Rocha & Lupe Martínez* Jesús Leal (Part 1)
A5 Pedro Rocha & Lupe Martínez* Jesús Leal (Part 2)
A6 Trío Nava Heraclio Bernal
A7 Desiderio García & Santos Guerrero Benito Canales (Part 1)
A8 Desiderio Garcia & Santos Guerrero Benito Canales (Part 2)
B1 M. Camacho & Regino Pérez Nuevo Corrido De Madero
B2 Juanita* & María Mendoza El Cuartelazo
B3 Joe Morales & Juan Romero Benjamín Argumedo (Part 1)
B4 Joe Morales & Juan Romero Benjamín Argumedo (Part 2)
B5 Andres Berlanga & Francisco Montalvo Benjamín Argumedo (Part 1)
B6 Andres Berlanga & Francisco Montalvo Benjamín Argumedo (Part 2)
B7 Bernardo San Román & Luis Vera Fusilamiento De Filipe Angeles (Part 1)
B8 Bernardo San Román & Luis Vera Fusilamiento De Filipe Angeles (Part 2)
Part 2: The Pancho Villa Cycle
C1 Los Dorados De Durango Corrido De Durango
C2 Los Cuatezones Gral. Francisco Villa
C3 Los Alegres De Terán La Toma De Torreón
C4 Los Errantes La Toma De Zacateas
C5 Conjunto Matamoros La Toma De Celaya
C6 Hermanos Chavarría Pancho Villa
C7 Luis Hernández & Leonardo Sifuentes La Punitiva (Part 1)
C8 Luis Hernández & Leonardo Sifuentes La Punitiva (Part 2)
D1 Hermanos Bañuelos La Toma De Celaya (Part 1)
D2 Hermanos Bañuelos La Toma De Celaya (Part 2)
D3 Pedro Rocha & Lupe Martínez* Derrota De Villa En Celaya (Part 1)
D4 Pedro Rocha & Lupe Martínez* Derrota De Villa En Celaya (Part 2)
D5 Pedro Rocha & Lupe Martínez* Rendición De Pancho Villa (Part 1)
D6 Pedro Rocha & Lupe Martínez* Rendición De Pancho Villa (Part 2)
D7 More, Rubi, & Vivo Corrido Historia Y Muerte Del Gral. Francisco Villa (Part 1)
D8 More, Rubi, & Vivo Corrido Historia Y Muerte Del Gral. Francisco Villa (Part 2)
Part 3: Local Revolutionary Figures
E1 Juanita* & María Mendoza Corrido De Juan Vásquez
E2 Luis Pérez Meza* Juan Carrasco
E3 Los Montañeses Del Alamo Corrido De Palomón Ojeda
E4 Conjunto De Los Hermanos Garza Corride De Juan Villareal
E5 Augustín Lara* & A. Novelo La Toma De Matamores (Part 1)
E6 Augustín Lara* & A. Novelo La Toma De Matamores (Part 2)
E7 Méndez & Gonzáles Corrido De Almazán
E8 Conjunto Tamaulipas Amador Maldonado
F1 Dueto América Corrido De Margarito
F2 Dueto Sandoval Refugio Solano
F3 Hermanos Yáñez Julián Del Real
F4 Hermanos Bañuelos Corrido De Inez Chávez García (Part 1)
F5 Hermanos Bañuelos Corrido De Inez Chávez García (Part 2)
F6 Trío Los Aguilillas* Quirino Navarro
F7 Emilio Medellín & Lupe Posada Trajedia De Maximiliano Vigueras
F8 Los Morenos Corrido De Cedillo
Part 4: Post-Revolutionary Corridos And Narratives
G1 Alcides Briceño & Jorge Añez Revolución De Adolfo De La Huerta
G2 Trío Luna La Pura Pelada
G3 Dúo Coahuila El Arreglo Religioso (Part 1)
G4 Dúo Coahuila El Arreglo Religioso (Part 2)
G5 Bernardo San Román & Luis Vera La Nueva Revolución (Part 1)
G6 Bernardo San Román & Luis Vera La Nueva Revolución (Part 2)
G7 Trovadores Tamaulipecos El Corrido Del Agrarista (Part 1)
G8 Trovadores Tamaulipecos El Corrido Del Agrarista (Part 2)
H1 Trío Luna General Obregón
H2 Guadalupe Guzmán & J. Rosales El Radiograma (Part 1)
H3 Guadalupe Guzmán & J. Rosales El Radiograma (Part 2)
H4 Trovadores Tapatíos Corrido De Toral (Part 1)
H5 Trovadores Tapatíos Corrido De Toral (Part 2)
H6 Trío Luna General Emiliano Zapata
H7 Dueto Acosta Gral. Porfirio Díaz
H8 Dueto América Tiempos Amargos

Credits

  • Design [Back Cover] – Elizabeth Weil*
  • Design [Cover] – Wayne Pope
  • Edited By – Guillermo E. Hernández
  • Photography By [Cover] – Otis Aultman
  • Producer – Chris A. Strachwitz*
  • Research [Discographical Information On Pre 1940 Recordings] – Richard Spottswood*
  • Translated By [Consultant Translator] – Yolanda Zepada*

Notes

"A Collection of Corridos from Early Historic Recordings"
40-page booklet included with notes, transcriptions and translations of the corridos.

Original discs from the collection of Chris Strachwitz.

Recording details :
A1 : Mc Allen, Texas, ca. 1965 (FLP-4036)
A2 : México, ca. 1950 (Co1414-C, Mex688)
A3 : Los Angeles, Calif., ca. 1950 (Ag. 5005)
A4, A5 : Chicago, 6/19/1929 (Vo 8623, C3649 and 3650)
A6 : New York, 7/19/1929 (C C-4054, 87650)
A7, A8 : San Antonio, Texas, 7/19/1929 (Bb 2502)
B1 : Los Angeles, Calif., 4/25/30 (C 4863X; 403983)
B2 : Los Angeles, Calif., ca. 1949 (Azteca 5052; PM-410-2)
B3, B4 : Chicago, 1/29/1935 (De 10041; p753 y 9754)
B5, B6 : San Antonio, Texas, 1/30/1935 (Bb 2367)
B7, B8 : San Antonio, Texas, 11/27/1928 (Ok 16358; 401404/5)
C1 : México? ca. 1965 (Ant LP 010)
C2 : San Antonio, Texas, ca. 1965 (Norteño 808)
C3 : México, ca. 1960 (C45-4695; 0101-45-5028)
C4 : México, ca. 1960 (Cam 95-45; M-099269)
C5 : San Benito, Texas, ca. 1960 (Id 45-1812B)
C6 : Mc Allen, Texas, Ca. 1950 (Falcón 323)
C7, C8 : El Paso, Texas, 7/16/1929 (V 46437)
D1, D2 : Los Angeles, Calif., 1/23/1929 (Br 41169)
D3, D4 : New Orleans, La., 3/15/1936 (De 10141)
D5, D6 : Chicago, 6/19/1929 (Vo 8246; C 3643/44)
D7, D8 : Los Angeles, Calif., 8/31/1923 (Br 40045)
E1 : Los Angeles, Calif., ca .1951 (Azteca 5222; PM 774-5)
E2 : México, ca. 1948 (C 6366X; Mex486-1)
E3 : Monterrey, N.L?, ca. 1952 (C 2318C; Mex1726)
E4 : Monterrey, NL, C-ca. 1970 (Dom 45-580B)
E5, E6 : San Antonio, Texas, 12/5/1930 (Br 41281)
E7 : McAllen, Texas, ca. 1960 (Bronco 45-1)
E8 : McAllen, Texas, ca. 1970 (RyN 45-157)
F1 : México, ca. 1960's (C 45-3150-C; Mex3301-1)
F2 : México, D.F., ca. 1954 (C3990C: Mex5202-1)
F3 : McAllen, Texas, ca. 1948 (Falcón 90; F1170)
F4, F5 : Los Angeles, Calif., 1930 (Vo 8312; LA 708/9)
F6 : México, ca. 1955 (C 2929-C; Mex2592-1)
F7 : Los Angeles, Calif., 4/4/1929 (V 46197)
F8 : Los Angeles, Calif., 2/17/1939 (Ok 9188, MLA 1802)
G1 : New York, 7/22/1924 (V 77665)
G2 : New York, 1924 (C 2136X; 93737)
G3, G4 : San Antonio, Texas, 1929 (Vo 8297)
G5, G6 : San Antonio, Texas, 6/10/1929 (Ok 16375; 402601/2)
G7, G8 : New York, August 1929 (C 3689X; 97406/7)
H1 : New York, August 1924 (C 2201X; 93733-263)
H2, H3 : El Paso, Texas, 9/10/1931 (Br 41938)
H4, H5 : Chicago, 2/21/1929 (Vo 8220)
H6 : New York, August 1924 (C 2201X; 93731)
H7 : New York?, 1924 (Ok 16111A; S-72261)
H8 : México, ca. 1965 (C 45-9543; 0101-11621)

Although not credited as such, this set most likely constitutes vols. 20-23 of the series Texas-Mexican Border Music.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
7041/7044 Various The Mexican Revolution (Corridos About The Heroes And Events 1910-1920 And Beyond!) ‎(4xCD, Comp + Box, Comp) Arhoolie Folklyric 7041/7044 US 1996
7041-7044 Various The Mexican Revolution ‎(4xCD, Wit) Arhoolie Folklyric 7041-7044 USA & Canada 1996

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Again, Wayne Pope has taken credit for a cover design he had almost no hand in. I created that design and made the artwork for it. All Pope did was hand me the B&W photo and the copy.

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