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La Bamba
DVD - 1998
La Bamba (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
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Los Lobos were chosen by Ritchie Valens' family to perform his songs in the film La Bamba, and this soundtrack includes several of their covers of Valens' songs, including "La Bamba," which became a #1 Billboard hit in 1987. Los Lobos were chosen by Ritchie Valens' family to perform his songs in the film La Bamba, and this soundtrack includes several of their covers of Valens' songs, including "La Bamba," which became a #1 Billboard hit in 1987. Show less
Uncommon People
The Rise and Fall of the Rock Stars
Book - 2017
Memorial Collection
Music CD - 2008
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Just Another Band From East L.A. by Los Lobos
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Explore more of Los Lobos' discography with this compilation that collects songs, live recordings, and other previously unreleased tracks from the first 15 years of their career (1978-1993). Explore more of Los Lobos' discography with this compilation that collects songs, live recordings, and other previously unreleased tracks from the first 15 years of their career (1978-1993). Show less
American Pie by Don McLean
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Singer-songwriter McLean coined the phrase "The Day the Music Died" to describe the crash that killed Valens, Holly and the Big Bopper in his monster 1971 hit "American Pie." Singer-songwriter McLean coined the phrase "The Day the Music Died" to describe the crash that killed Valens, Holly and the Big Bopper in his monster 1971 hit "American Pie." Show less
Rave on
The Biography of Buddy Holly
Book - 1996
The Universal Tone
Bringing My Story to Light
Book - 2014
Greatest Hits
by Selena
Downloadable Music - 2015
Selena
DVD - 2007
Retablos
Stories From A Life Lived Along the Border
Book - 2018
The Complete Ritchie Valens
Music CD - 2010
Seattle Rep's website for A RITCHIE VALENS MUSICAL: Plays in Process
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n 1958, Richard Steven Valenzuela, a teenager from the San Fernando Valley, went from obscurity to celebrity overnight. Within weeks of being discovered f...Show more n 1958, Richard Steven Valenzuela, a teenager from the San Fernando Valley, went from obscurity to celebrity overnight. Within weeks of being discovered fronting his band at a high school dance party, he became rockstar and teen idol Ritchie Valens. And then on February 3, 1959, Valens and music icons Buddy Holly and J. P. “The Big Bopper” Richardson tragically perished in a plane crash while on tour—later called “The Day the Music Died." Through Plays in Process, Seattle Rep will explore the creation of A RITCHIE VALENS MUSICAL, which imagines a world where the plane landed without incident and Valens’ skyrocketing career would have continued unabated. Get a glimpse at the early creative process behind this new world premiere musical following the life of a pioneer in Latin rock music. Show less
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