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Ry Cooder has worked with more than his share of musical genius, Mr. Guerrero is certainly that, and is what moves and drives this outstanding project.
3rd base Dogder stadium is the last chapter of a story of how the community swallowed up Chez Ravine a mexican neighborhood and turned it into Dodger Stadium.
If you take the time to actually listen to what the record tries to achieve (rather than just immediately react) maybe you'll find something good in it.
An album that's almost too good to be true! the real story behind the building of Doger Statium and the mistreatment of Mexican American citizens by all those trying a mack a buck... Read morePublished 27 days ago by SteveG
Amazing album. Delivered intact with liner notes. Good experience.Published 4 months ago by Erik Sandoval
I first laid eyes on this cd when I was on vacation in Hawaii of all places in October of 2010....I was at Borders book store and there it was.. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Gregory Fujita
Ry spent most of career somewhere around LA, mainly in the desert east of Lancaster or along the Tex-Mex border. Here he gets into LA like music could be history. Read morePublished 13 months ago by william mathews
Whenever I hear a superbly produced enticingly different and very musical song, many times it is by Ry Cooder. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Max
I think there was a slight blemish on the CD but this is used, and it did not affect playing.
Arrived right away. Box was perfect. NIce CD.
Terrific instrumentals and vocals, great tunes and production values. Read the liner notes twice before listening to the CD, enjoyed the experience more because of it. Read morePublished on March 20, 2013 by gardener
If you are a fan of Ry Cooder, this is for you. Though somewhat eclectic, he still hits the american rock,the spanish/mexican themes and folky americana. Read morePublished on November 3, 2012 by limedust
This is a brilliantly crafted and produced album. And as concept albums go its up there with dark side of the moon and joes garage. Read morePublished on July 29, 2012 by Simon5150