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  The Mississippi: River of Song, Smithsonian Folkways Recordings: SFW 40086, 1998

There are no other recordings of La Otra Mitad, but there are thousands of available CDs in the norteņo style. Arhoolie Records has released many historical albums of the tradition, including Chulas Fronteras & Del Mero Corazon (Arhoolie 425), Tejano Roots (Arhoolie 341), and 15 Tex-Mex Conjunto Classics (Arhoolie 104). The most popular group in the style is Los Tigres del Norte, who have dozens of albums on the Fonovisa label.

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