Wednesday, 24 March 2010 00:52

Corpus Christi's-based record label, Freddie Records, has just released some interesting new CD titles.

First we have the Tejano Boyz, whose new CD is titled "Es todo Tuyo." The band, based in Rio Grande Valley, the six-man band plays an interesting mix of regional Mexican, Tejano conjunto and norteno.

Released in late February, the CD includes the first single “Dime Que Si.” The CD also includes rancheras, polkas 

and cumbias. The Tejano Boys are currently on tour opening for Intocable and Solido.

Another new CD is titled "Divas and the City," featuring Elida Reyna, Delia Gonzalez and the late queen of Tejano, Laura Canales.

Each of these names is well known throughout the Tejano world, all contributing unforgettable hit songs to the genre.

Along the same line of recogniing the golden days of yesterday, Freddie Records also released "Orchestas de Oro," specializing the golden age of orquestas Tejanas.

This CD features the big bands of Little Joe, Freddie Martinez, Augustin Ramirez, Sunny Ozuna, Joe Bravo, Carlos Miranda and Ruben Ramos with original hits made famous by the original artists.

Then we have Michael Salgado who takes a spin on rancheras on his brand new compilation "Sangre de Mariachi," featuring a great collection of mariachi tunes such as "Sirveme otra Cantinero," "Quedemos como Amigos," and "Amor o costumbre" with featured Elida Reyna.