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Gilbert

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A Corona Xtreme II and a West Side San Antonio Perspective
"cada vez que cai la tarde miro pa ya y para ya"
La Piñata Negra
Si Se Puede!
Tacos...Carnitas...Barbacoa
full service y acordeon...
The place that time forgot.....all of the conjunto greats have played here....
Paletas!
Dios mio!
por la General McMullen........
mas comida...
Mark Rangel - with an audience...la television
On 24th and Ruiz - Puro West Side - Santiago Jimenez Jr
Augie Myers (Texas Tornados) on the tour bus in route to the west side, Austin west side that is - Flaco looking on as Augie squeezes that box
Available in 2010

 

 


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Nice Pics, Gilbert!!!

Next time your in Austin maybe we can go out and get something to eat.

The new Hohners look great can't wait to try one in May.

Take Care!!!

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Hey Gilbert, these are really good pictures! That new Xtreme is so nice!
Thanks for going to hear the band on Sunday night... it was a fun performance, and the chicas had fun singing mariachi at the restaurant lol. My parents (who are visiting from Washington), and my accordion friends Cristina, and Irma, were really happy to meet you. We had a lot fun... thanks for coming down


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Great pictorial!  Looking forward to seeing one in person in May!

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Gilbert,

Awesome pictures!!! Too bad I didn't have a 70" BIG SCREEN then I would of had a bigger audience!!! LOL
You're doing an Awesome job for HOHNER AND CONJUNTO!!! Keep it up! AJUA!

Mark Rangel

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nice pics-great idea
to show the newbie around town!
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These pictures are great and make a lot of sense.  It was Hohner that was in the Mexican community way before any other accordion (Italian).  The dance halls, labor camps, recordings, house parties, etc.  The new generation of  Hohner accordions going back to its roots. Or better yet, knowing where it has been and not forgetting (thanks Gilbert).  Brilliant!
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Great pics! Reminds me of the "gnome" idea...accordion looks great in black- nice gloss!

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