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LOS LOBOS - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: LOS LOBOS (STEVE BERLIN), LOS LOBOS (DAVID HIDALGO), LOS LOBOS (LOUIE PEREZ), LOS LOBOS (CONRAD LOZANO), LOS LOBOS (CESAR ROSAS) - HFSID 183777

B/w publicity photo from Slash Records and Dennis Keeley of Los Lobos, signed by all five band members: Steve Berlin, David Hidalgo, Louie Perez, Conrad Lozano and Cesar Rosas. Los Lobos released six albums under Slash, including their first major-label release ...And a Time to Dance.

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LOS LOBOS: STEVE BERLIN, DAVID HIDALGO, LOUIE PEREZ, CONRAD LOZANO, CESAR ROSAS
B/w publicity photo from Slash Records and Dennis Keeley of Los Lobos, signed by all five band members: Steve Berlin, David Hidalgo, Louie Perez, Conrad Lozano and Cesar Rosas. Los Lobos released six albums under Slash, including their first major-label release ...And a Time to Dance.
Inscribed photo signed "Steve Berlin", "David Hidalgo", "Louie Perez Jr", "Conrad Lozano", "Cesar Rosas" and, near lower right corner, "To Donald-/Good Goin'!/Steve Berlin". 10x7¾ overall, 8½x5¾ image, one surface. Publicity photo from Slash Records. Photo by Dennis Keeley. The lineup in this photo has been the band's lineup since it was formed in 1973. This photo was probably released before 1995, when Los Lobos switched from Slash/Warner Brothers to the Music for Little People label to release Papa's Dream. Los Lobos released six albums under punk and alternative label Slash, including 1983's ...And a Time to Dance, their first major-label release. LOS LOBOS is STEVE BERLIN, born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1955; DAVID HIDALGO, born in Los Angeles, California in 1954; LOUIE PEREZ, born in Los Angeles, California in 1953; CONRAD LOZANO, born in Los Angeles, California in 1951; and CÉSAR ROSAS, born in Hermosillo, Mexico in 1954. Los Lobos was founded in East Los Angeles, California in 1973. Most people know them for their soundtrack work on La Bamba (1987), based on the life of early rocker Ritchie Valens. They're known for its eclectic sound, which blends rock, Tex-Mex, R&B, blues and traditional Spanish and Mexican music. They have a total of 15 major-label albums as of this biography, all of them critical if not commercial successes. These range from an album of traditional Mexican music (La Pistola y La Corazon, 1988) to rock (The Neighborhood, 1990) to experimental pop (Kiko, 1992) to roots rock (The Town and The City, 2006). They split up between 1996 and 1999, due to lack of commercial success, but they got back together and, in 2004, sold out a pair of shows at the Fillmore in San Francisco (which were turned into their live album and DVD Live at the Fillmore, their first live album). Lightly toned and creased. Lightly soiled on verso (no show through). Otherwise in fine condition.

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