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Various - Mexicana: South Of The Rio Grande album mp3
Mexicana: South Of The Rio Grande
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The Rio Grande is one of the principal rivers (along with the Colorado River) in the southwest United States and northern Mexico. The Rio Grande begins in south-central Colorado in the United States and flows to the Gulf of Mexico. According to the International Boundary and Water Commission, its total length was 1,896 miles (3,051 km) in the late 1980s, though course shifts occasionally result in length changes

The Rio Grande today is mostly used as a source of drinking water. Sadly, much of the water has been drained from the river. A. prove that the Rio Grande’s water levels have gone down recently B. argue that the Rio Grande has changed shape over the years C. highlight the fact that the Rio Grande flows south and from high elevations D. explain why the Rio Grande is known as the Rio Bravo down in Mexico.

Episcopal Diocese of the Rio Grande. Redirected from Diocese of the Rio Grande). The Episcopal Diocese of the Rio Grande is the Episcopal Church's diocese in New Mexico and southwest Texas, the portion of the state west of the Pecos River, including the counties of El Paso, Reeves, Culberson, Jeff Davis, Brewster, Presidio, Terrell, Hudspeth and Pecos. The total area of the diocese is 153,394 square miles (397,290 km2).

It is their first release through 13th Planet and Megaforce Records. The album is the 2nd part of the band's anti-George W. Bush trilogy, preceded by 2004's Houses of the Molé and followed by 2007's The Last Sucker. The title of the album is a parody of the 1972 ZZ Top album Rio Grande Mud.

The Rio Grande was one of the most popular sea shanties. There are many variations. This one is from Stan Hugill (variant b). Alternate titles include Away for Rio and Bound for the Rio Grande. The Rio Grande referred to is not the Rio Grande between Texas and Mexico. The song refers to the Rio Grande do Sul, in Brazil. Some versions of the song refer to "golden sand. Both banks of the Rio Grande in Brazil have high sand dunes and gold was found in the district. Although gold was also found in the Mexican Rio Grande area, it was not until later, when the song was already well established. The tune was a capstan or windlass shanty and an outward-bound song. Hugill states it was commonly sung on ships leaving the West Coast of England and Wales. These ships often stopped in Newfoundland or Cadiz for salt or salt cod. Oh, say, wuz ye ever down Rio Grande? Chorus 'Way for Rio!

The Rio Grande is a work by Constant Lambert, for alto, choir, piano, brass, strings and a percussion section of 15 instruments, needing five players. It was written in 1927, and achieved instant and long-lasting popularity on its appearance on the concert stage in 1929. It is an example of symphonic jazz, not unlike the style of George Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue, although it is very much Lambert's individual conception. The Rio Grande is set to the poem of the same name by Sacheverell Sitwell, and takes about 15 minutes to perform. The Rio Grande combines jazzy syncopations,.

South of the Rio Grande at the American Film Institute Catalog. South of the Rio Grande on IMDb. South of the Rio Grande at AllMovie. South of the Rio Grande at the TCM Movie Database. Romance of the Rio Grande (1941). Ride on Vaquero (1941). The Cisco Kid Returns (1945).

The Rio Grande Burrito seemed to be a little bit of everything -burrito,Quesadilla, and chimichanga. The portions were huge while the lunch prices ranged from 8-10 dollars. I recommend getting the chicken as the choice of meat.

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A Juan Arvizu Con Orquesta Vereda Tropical
Songwriter – Gonzalo Curiel
B Juan Arvizu Con Orquesta Perfidia
Songwriter – Alberto Dominguez
C Pepe y Chabela Con El Mariachi Victor Cuatro Vidas
Arranged By – Acuña
D Los Trovadores Porteños Cielito Lindo
Songwriter – Ponce*
E Dora Luz Con Orq. Tropical* Prisionero Del Mar
Songwriter – Luis Arcaráz*
F Tito Guizar Con Guitarras* Allá En El Rancho Grande
Arranged By – Tito Guizar
G Lorenzo Barcelata y su Trio Calaveras Adios Mi Chaparrita
Arranged By – L. Barcelata*Composed By – Tata Nacho
H Juan Arvizu Con Orquesta La Golondrina = The Swallow
Arranged By – J. Briseño*Directed By – J. Briseño*

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – RCA Manufacturing Co., Inc.


  • Cover – Merritt


A: Canción Bolero
B: Bolero
C: Canción Fox
D: Huapango - Trio con Guitarras
E: Canción Tropical
F: Canción Ranchera (de la pelicula del mismo nombre)
G: Canción (de la pelicula "Las Cuatro Milpas")
H: Canción

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 83748A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 83748B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): 83749A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): 83749B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side E): 83750A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side F): 83750B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side G): 83751A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side H): 83751B
  • Label Code (Side A): S 40-1
  • Label Code (Side B ): S 40-2
  • Label Code (Side C): S 40-3
  • Label Code (Side D): S 40-4
  • Label Code (Side E): S 40-5
  • Label Code (Side F): S 40-6
  • Label Code (Side G): S 40-7
  • Label Code (Side H): S 40-8

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
S-40 Various Mexicana: South Of The Rio Grande ‎(4xShellac, 10", Album, RP) RCA Victor S-40 US 1946
S-40 Various Mexicana: South Of The Rio Grande ‎(4xShellac, 10", Album, RP) Victor S-40 US 1943