El Chicano  

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El Chicano is an American chicano rock and brown-eyed soul group from Los Angeles, California, whose style incorporates various modern music genres including rock, funk, soul, blues, jazz, and salsa. The group's name is from Chicano, a term for United States citizens of typically Mexican American descent.

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Discography

Singles

Albums

  • Viva Tirado (Kapp Records) (1970)
  • Revolucion (1971)
  • Celebration (1972)
  • El Chicano (1973)
  • Cinco (1974)
  • The Best of Everything (1975)
  • Pyramid (1976)
  • This is El Chicano (1977)
  • Viva El Chicano! - Their Very Best (1988)
  • Chicano Chant (1997 Reissue)
  • This is El Chicano 1998 (Reissue)
  • Painting the Moment (1998)
  • Latin Legends Live (1998)
  • Masters Collection (2004)<ref name=ElChicanoMusic.com/>

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