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Los Lobos Bio.
With all this knowledge in different musical genres, Los Lobos soon started to write their own songs. David Hidalgo, who handles the majority of the lead vocals teamed up with Pérez to pen the majority of Los Lobos' original songs, with Cesar Rosas given that vocals and songwriting on the rest. About this time, the L.A. music scene actually began exploding with a new generation of bands like The Blasters and X (check out this cool site). The common ground with a lot of these bands, Though, was a mutual respect for the roots of rock & roll and creating original hybrids from the early years of rock. It wasn't long before Los Lobos recognized that their music had a place. Los Lobos started playing gigs on the Hollywood circuit gaining the admiration from fellow bands. They hung out with The Blasters and soon were invited to have fun with them at clubs such as the Whiskey in Hollywood. Among those impressed with Los Lobos was Blasters' saxophone player, Steve Berlin. Berlin became close with Los Lobos and after some jam sessions with the gang, was made an honorary Chicano and added to the band's line-up.
During this time, Los Lobos were signed to Slash Records. With a small budget and a little time between gigs, Los Lobos recorded ... And A Time To Dance in 1983. The EP's seven songs were an eclectic mix of roots rock and roll and Mexican Norteña music which showcased the impressive stylistic versatility that Los Lobos had crafted. The EP became a favorite of the critics and the song Anselma won a Grammy Award for Best Mexican/American Performance.
The time after the EP was spent touring for Los Lobos. As Steve Berlin explains, "We spent a year doing heavy road work, which the Los Lobos band hadn't really done before. So we got a little notice, and when it came time to do an LP, we had a lot more time and money, and the Los Lobos band had really coalesced into a more distinctive vision." How Will The Wolf Survive?, released in 1984 was an effect of that musical vision. The tight-knit arrangements, varying instrumentation, and moving directness mark the band's increasing musical touch as they range over all the musical genres they had played over the years.
The go after up to this album was By The Light Of The Moon which had an even wider range of influences. With One Time, One Night the Los Lobos band showed its country flavor while Is This All There Is? showed their jazz and blues side. Remaining true, however, was the songwriting talents of the Los Lobos band. Los Lobos wrote of the torments of the barrio while still as long as the foot stomping rhythms that had made their live shows so enjoyable.
In 1987, the Los Lobos band made a big contribution to the soundtrack of La Bamba and with it came their first No. 1 hit song by the same title. The movie was about the life and times of Ritchie Valens, one of the few Mexican-Americans to make the rock & roll charts before Los Lobos. Buy cheap Los Lobos Tickets now – now Los Lobos is playing in the House of Blues Sunset Strip – buy your Los Lobos Tickets now and enjoy the show.