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Fiesta!
I saw this album cover in the $2 discount bin in front of Reed Books, perhaps the greatest resource for old, pop-culture curiosities located in the heart of downtown Birmingham, Alabama. I don’t know anything about this group or this record, but it sure looks like these gachós are the life of the party. The photo cover should serve as a motto for every man with sights on being suave and debonair: When in doubt, you can’t go wrong with a white tuxedo and a black tie. 
I’m dying to hear what this sounds like, but, since I got rid of my record player soon after getting my first Ipod, I’m out of luck. Send me a note if you have any mp3s of these guys or if you’re at all familiar with this group. I’d like to know who they  were and to be able to tell a little about their history in a future  post.

Fiesta!

I saw this album cover in the $2 discount bin in front of Reed Books, perhaps the greatest resource for old, pop-culture curiosities located in the heart of downtown Birmingham, Alabama. I don’t know anything about this group or this record, but it sure looks like these gachós are the life of the party. The photo cover should serve as a motto for every man with sights on being suave and debonair: When in doubt, you can’t go wrong with a white tuxedo and a black tie.

I’m dying to hear what this sounds like, but, since I got rid of my record player soon after getting my first Ipod, I’m out of luck. Send me a note if you have any mp3s of these guys or if you’re at all familiar with this group. I’d like to know who they were and to be able to tell a little about their history in a future post.

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