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Sounds Like: Flaco Jimenez, Tony de la Rosa, R.I.P. Ruben Vela
Bio: Conjunto Los Pochos' core members, Otoño Luján (button-accordion) and Elliott Baribeault (bajo sexto) met in 1996 at the California Institute of the Arts. The two Southern California natives played traditional conjunto music as a duet at backyard barbeques and for anyone who wanted to enjoy Conju...See Full Bio
"Otoño and the guys have released their 3rd CD which I believe is their best yet. From the great packaging, the cover photo, artwork, and especially the songs, this is going to be hard to top... Los Pochos have maintained a sound that is puro Conjunto while doing a few songs in English (more than found in most Conjunto albums). I think that is a great formula. Otoño exudes the San Anto style and is evident in the performing of “Viva Seguin” (which I contend is the National Anthem of Conjunto Music)... If you love traditional Conjunto music you will love this album, if you like something different you will love this album as well. Thanks to Los Pochos for continuing to expand the horizons of Conjunto Music while still being rooted in true Conjunto! This has become one of my favorite CDs. (This album has also been nominated for CD of the year at the South Texas Conjunto Association – STCA)"