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Minority Owned Record Enterprises
M.O.R.E. (Minority Owned Record Enterprises) was a homegrown label founded by Roberto Martínez that produced dozens of recordings. These Included 45s, cassettes, and CDs featuring Mariachi favorites in familiar arrangements of guitarra, requinto, vihuela, guitarrón, violín and trompeta (guitar, soprano, rhythm, and bass guitars, violin and trumpet), as well as the lyrical New Mexican violin style. The collection has hundreds of tracks and remains an important icon of New Mexican heritage. The M.O.R.E. collection is now part of the Smithsonian Folkways and has been available online since 2009.
A few recordings from M.O.R.E. Click here for more.
- Al Estilo de Trio
Las Mañanitas Guadalupanas MORE00841 (2007) Refer to the album's Liner Notes for more information.
- Los Reyes de Albuquerque en Washington, DC - 1992
Los Reyes de Albuquerque MORE00818 (1992) "We want to keep the flavor of what our ancestors did at their danzas," says Roberto Martínez...
- Sabor Nuevo Mexicano
Los Reyes de Albuquerque MORE00812 (1989) Refer to the album's Liner Notes for more information.
Lorenzo Martínez MORE00807 (1977) In the early seventies, the traditional violin music of northern New Mexico and southern Colorado...
- El Redondo Largo
Lorenzo Martínez con Los Reyes de Albuquerque MORE08027 (1975) "A much needed music," says Roberto Martínez, founder of the...