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Me Gustan las Viejas Buenas

Banda Jerez

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Album Review

Certain adjectives have a way of coming up a lot when Banda Jerez is being described — adjectives that have included, among many others, exuberant, funny, humorous, irreverent, fun, spirited, tireless and lively. All of those adjectives are applicable on this 2006 release, which underscores the fact that even though Jerez' members are well aware of regional Mexican music's rich past, they are not stuck in it. Me Gustan Las Viejas Buenas leaves no doubt that Jerez is well aware of the great ranchera and corrido contributions of previous generations of Mexican artists, and yet, this 34-minute CD is quite modern and contemporary sounding by 2006 standards. Of course, not all regional Mexican listeners are fans of Jerez' irreverent approach; Jerez have had their share of detractors who were critical of some of their more off-color lyrics. But folks who do appreciate where Jerez is coming from musically — those who realize that art is not polite 100 percent of the time — eat their albums up, and Me Gustan Las Viejas Buenas does not disappoint. The usual Jerez aggression is impossible to miss on colorful, hot-blooded tracks like "Tamarindo," "Corrido del Perico," "Tu Madre" and "Discúlpeme Amigo." That said, Me Gustan Las Viejas Buenas isn't quite as essential as Y Arriba Zacatecas: Homenaje a Don Antonio Aguilar (another 2006 release) or 2005's Billete Verde, but it's still an inspired, exciting example of the in-your-face outlook that Jerez brings to banda.

Customer Reviews

buen gusto

you know this banda is bad they really get you hyper just listening to it, and on the dance floor they make you move, i love this banda. And arriba Zacatecas!!!!!

banda jerez

lo mejor de lo mejor;;;;;

THE BANDA JEREZ (LUIS FAN)

WOW MY PAISAS THESE IS THE BEST MUSIC IN THE WORLD I LOVE, BANDA JEREZ ARRIVA JALISCO Y ZACATECAS @#$%$#@ JEJEJEJE.

Biography

Genre: Regional Mexicano

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Banda Jerez, also known as La Numero 1 Banda Jerez de Marco A. Flores, is a Mexican banda named after Jerez de García Salinas, Zacatecas, Mexico. Founded in the late '80s, the banda features vocalists Marco Antonio Flores and Rafael Juárez, in addition to a big band (clarinet, trumpet, trombone, tuba, et al.). In association with Fonovisa Records, they made their full-length album debut with Corazón Ranchero in 2004, followed...
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