Monday, December 5, 2016

Yaqui - 1973 - Yaqui


01. Sunrise
02. It’s Time For A Change (Es Tiempo Para Un Cambio)
03. Street Fight
04. She Caught The Katy (And Left Me A Mule To Ride)
05. I Need A Woman
06. Brown Baby
07. Mitote
08. Stop Wasting The Earth/Going Back To Mother Nature
09. Blue Harbor
10. Rich Keep Getting Richer
11. Sunset

George Ochoa — lead vocals, harmonica, Wurlitzer piano, rhythm guitar
Eddie Serrano — lead vocals, congas, toys
Ronnie Reyes — lead guitar, acoustic guitar, vocals
Larry Cronin — piano, organ, Moog synthesizer, vocals
Art Sanchez — bass, acoustic guitar, vocals
Rudy Regalado — drums, timbales, percussion, spiritual advice
Ray Rodriguez — drums, percussion

Yaqui was a rock band of the 70s from East LA Whose Roots Deeply went back into the golden age of the East LA music scene of the 60s, as did many other Eastside bands of the early 70s. Yaqui Recorded and released a self-titled album, "Yaqui" on Hugh Hefner's Playboy Records in 1973 That Was Extremely well Playa, well sung, with some very good songs.

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