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Border Songs: Mexican-American Music-Makers

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May 3, 2013 6:19PM

There was also "Ooh, My Head" that Led Zeppelin turned into "Boogie With Stu(Ian Stewart)." Again, who knows where Valens and rock 'n' roll would have gone?

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Border Songs: Mexican-American Music-Makers

Ritchie Valens: A groundbreaking artist in every sense, the man born Richard Valenzuela made early rock 'n' roll into a multicultural phenomenon by recording the hits "Donna," "Come On, Let's Go" and, most of all, the immortal Spanish-language classic "La Bamba." He also became ... more

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