Box , Carmel, CA tfarrell terrencefarrell. Having spent several years growing up in a border state, I became "hooked" on the music at a very early age. In the evenings the Irish would sit around their camp fires singing Irish folk songs, Green Grow the Lilacs being a favorite, hence the term "Gringo" for all non-Hispanics of European origin. Everyone is familiar with mariachi music, but the diversity and extraneous influences that make up Mexican music may not be quite as apparent. The Indian influence is pervasive, especially in the music of the south. Whereas most norte americanos think La Paloma is Mexican, it is likely a Mexican will tell you different. Although sharing the "English" language and being very popular in "America", it is nevertheless "Irish". At times spirited, robust, vivacious, playful, heartfelt, sweet and incredibly tender. That would require a multiple CD set as well as a good part of the rest of my life to research.
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