The list author says: "A disclaimer: I don't profess to be an aficionado of Hispanic music. These are just some personal favorites of mine. On this list, I'm going to cheat a bit and add some Spanish and other Latin-flavored selections that don't fit my title, but for which I'm seeking an excuse to recommend."
"This group's first 4 albums were excellent. Some of the same musicians of the Tijuana Brass played on these albums, I think. This CD is not their best. The first four were: Baja Marimba Band, BMB Strikes Again, Comin'In The Side Door, and For Animals Only. Prob only available on vinyl."
"Three songs especially: YOU SANG TO ME and I NEED TO KNOW are from this CD. I NEED YOU is from Marc's CD 'MENDED'. Anthony records much more in Spanish than English. I haven't paid much attention to those recordings. Selfishly, I wish he did more in English, but that's natural."
"Haven't heard this CD. I have original vinyl soundtrack LP. The ethnic/jazz/pop music of this series was one of its appeals. The Mexicali ones here limited to AWAY WE GO TO MEXICO and several cuts from the episode MAINLY ON THE PLAINS."
"Has a few slightly Spanish-oriented numbers, recorded in a California Spanish mission. A rare collaboration of Willie Nelson and Emmylou Harris. (Everywhere I Go, Darkness Over The Earth, I've Loved You All Over The World)."