Do you like Mexican music??

I just scored this on Ebay.  Only two bucks plus shipping:

This replaces a  noisy copy I have. 

If you like soulful Mexican music with some really great guitar playing, pick one up for yourself. Great sound. Great music. Great singing. Great guitar playing. 

Happy listening. 
Update: I meant Los Lobos, of course, but the system won’t let me edit at this point. On the other hand, I think I’d like to hear a band called Los Lobes.  I'm sure it would be a cerebral experience.
zman ...

If Mexican music reminds you of polkas, you should buy a copy of the record I posted in my opening post.

How about flamenco ... or Spanish orchestral music? It ain't polka  music. *lol*
Here is a great little group that made about 8 or 9 lp's for Mexican RCA and most were issued in the U.S.........Los Tres Ases and you don't have to speak mucho espanol to figure out that this translates to the Three Aces.Most of these were in excellent Mono and have a vivid presence.
The albums are a mix of ballads and traditional tunes with some rousing tequila driven dizzy rancheros.No accordions,but hearty vocals and singing guitars.I do find these at swap meets along with plenty of other unusual Mexican music music for cheap.Buying blindly on the cheap can reap some great music surprises or enhance the donate pile.Staying in the 50's and 60's you are usually better off.
^^^ jazzcourier...

Thanks for the tip on Los Tres Ases. I was  hoping folks like you would chime in here and make suggestions on good Mexican folk and ballad music. Personally, I love this music. It has so much soul. In addition, I also collect Spanish guitar, flamenco and orchestral music. I'm going to check out Los Tres Ases on Ebay to see if I can find some of their music. 

Thanks ...
If you like Mexican vocals - Try Alejandro Fernandez "Origenes" one of my all time favorites.
Mostly love songs, one duet with Gloria Estefan - great guitar playing & a truly great voice!