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Los Lobos — Canción Del Mariachi (w/ Antonio Banderas)
Album: Desperado
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Released: 1995
Length: 2:02
Plays (last 30 days): 1
Soy un hombre muy honrado, que me gusta lo mejor
Las mujeres no me faltan, ni al dinero, ni el amor
Jineteando en mi caballo, por la sierra yo me voy
Las estrellas y la luna, ellas me dicen donde voy

Ay, ay, ay, ay
Ay, ay, mi amor
Ay, mi morena
De mi corazon

Soy un hombre muy honrado, que me gusta lo mejor
Las mujeres no me faltan, ni al dinero, ni el amor
Jineteando en mi caballo, por la sierra yo me voy
Las estrellas y la luna, ellas me dicen donde voy

Me gusta tocar guitarra, me gusta cantar el son
Mariachi me acompana, quando canto my cancion
Me gustan tomar mis copas, aguardiente es lo mejor
Tanbien la tequilla blanca, con cu sal le da sabor

Ay, ay, ay, ay
Ay, ay, mi amor
Ay, mi morena
De mi corazon

Me gusta tocar guitarra, me gusta cantar el sol
Mariachi me acompana, quando canto my cancion
Me gustan tomar mis copas, aguardiente es lo mejor
Tanbien la tequilla blanca, con cu sal le da sabor

Ay, ay, ay, ay
Ay, ay, mi amor
Ay, mi morena
De mi corazon

Ay, ay, ay, ay
Ay, ay, mi amor
Ay, mi morena
De mi corazon
(Ay ay ay)
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 uksminas wrote:
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If I owned this website I'd ban this user who just puts up crappy gifs on every bloody song.
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I'd have to say there are some fantastic tunes on this soundtrack.    and a great movie    
Me gusta tocar la guitara
 hugogdt wrote:
It is amazing how far this version has gone, taking into account that it is Banderas singing ... a 5 because it is fun to listen ;-)
 
Are you kidding?  Los Lobos on backup could make ME sound good, and I assure you that's no small accomplishment. 
I hear something about hearts, tequila, mariachis, and horses but not necessarily in that order.  
Some of the best two minutes ever recoded.
 IndyDoug wrote:
Wish my local Mexican restaurants played Los Lobos instead of the generic traditional Mexican music piped in.
 
Piñata music.
 
Image result for desperado gif
Wish my local Mexican restaurants played Los Lobos instead of the generic traditional Mexican music piped in.
Oh yeah!! {#Bananajam}
I wonder if Mr Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman whistled this happy little ditty all the way back to cell block 'try get the fuck out of here'!! {#Cowboy}
HA! Alive by PJ, then this. Could they be more different? What fun.
Grande Banderas!!

He can be a pretty goog actor (better with Almodovar than in Hollywood though!), and even if not a great singer, this is a very nice performance of a classic, Wow!
Aye yi yi!
(and I mean that in a good way) {#Music}
uuurgh!
It is amazing how far this version has gone, taking into account that it is Banderas singing ... a 5 because it is fun to listen ;-)
ay ay ay pacini {#Bananapiano}
hate to admit I really Like this
Wow!!  NOBODY plays this song!!  Nice work, Billiam... : )
OMG Antonio Banderas, amazing to picture him singing this.
I assume that was David Hidalgo playing the 'lead' guitar parts. Anyone know?
From Kent to this without any warning, I think my ears have whiplash. But it's a good kind of hurt. {#Roflol}
Very amusing
nice
this would be a good time to post a pic of Salma Hayek from Desperado/El Mariachi. Please play some thing from Dusk till Dawn soon.


Hey ! Can we have a little privacy here, we're trying to eat....  pass the Chicken Mole...
 thanks.....
Well ya I liked em, but man that huge bass guitar right in my face .  . .eeaah.
God, ya just inhaled those jalapeno poppers.

just awful


I officially need a margarita and some chips & guacamole now... thanks a bunch RP.


With all due respect to Mr. Banderas ... he should stick to acting, which *sometimes* he actually did pretty well (in particular, at the beginning of his career when working with Pedro Almodovar) ... Salud! {#Cheers}
How come the average rating is just 7 ? {#Snooty}

Pepe MARIACHI by ~JoniGodoy
Jonathan Godoy N. ©2007-2010 ~JoniGodoy

El Mariachi es un folklor, un completo orgullo de México.

Por diez días cada año podemos ver el "Festival internacional del Mariachi" en Guadalajara (donde nacieron mis abuelos, un bello estado cuyos nativos no me dejarán mentir). Aquí más de 500 mariachis se juntan en una celebración de música apasionada que es donde late el corazón de los mexicanos.
Cada persona que se haya enamorado con los tríos de Mariachi -o con las melodías de sus canciones- saben que esto cautiva a cualquiera aunque sea principiante en ésta música hermosa, enérgica.

El Mariachi es simplemente ... el Espíritu de México.
AJÚUAAAAAA!


 diannemck56 wrote:

I love it when Antonio was walking on the bar during the guitar solo and then bashed that guy in the face with his guitar and then went back to playing like nothing happened.  I think I saw Desperado 12 times in the theater.  ahhh, memories


 
Robert Rodriguez was the commencement speaker at the University of Texas (Austin) last May (seems he and my daughter are in the same graduating class - his graduation was deferred slightly after the overnight success of his movie El Mariachi which he developed while a student).
He opened by saying that he had always wanted to wear a black evening gown - HA!

I love it when Antonio was walking on the bar during the guitar solo and then bashed that guy in the face with his guitar and then went back to playing like nothing happened.  I think I saw Desperado 12 times in the theater.  ahhh, memories


I will have the special lunch #3. Thanks.
 ThePoose wrote:

Because they all have heart.
 
{#Clap}

 felix_the_man wrote:


Gato !!
 
Ha! We have finally met... (did you try to have my nickname btw?)


 fredriley wrote:
I love it when foreign lyrics are sung so clearly that even I with my pidgin knowledge of the lingo can understand them. Would that more English-language songs were sung so clearly... Ay, ay, ay, 8 del jurado de Nottingham.
 

Fixed that for ya.
 Felix_The_Cat wrote:

{#Clap}

 

Gato !!
 ThePoose wrote:

Because they all have heart.
 
{#Clap}

{#Drunk} mmmm..... aguardiente

AhAhAhAh- Desperado..


 ndg wrote:
Aaaaayyyy!!! {#Lol}
 

 

eso es! {#High-five}


Aaaaayyyy!!! {#Lol}
 bob_sponge wrote:

WTFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
guacala !!!!!!

{#Puke}


 
coincido plenamente hermano, habiendo tanta música en español buena ponen esto.. je

I love it when foreign lyrics are sung so clearly that even I with my pidgin knowledge of the lingo can understand them. Would that more English-language songs were sung so clearly... Ay, ay, ay, 8 del jurado di Nottingham.
Zorro can also play music,,,,is there anything he can't do,,,,ieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
 Mari wrote:
What is the main theme of most songs?
Love Love Love!!! In English, French, Australian, American, even Hollandish: Corazon ( mi corazon = my corazon = : take your pick
Pronunciation. Spanish.
1. the heart.
2. courage; spirit.
3. love; affection; compassion or sympathy.
4. (often used in direct address as a term of endearment) lover; beloved.
 
Es cierto. Muchas gracias. {#Hug}
No way! I just watched this movie again a couple of days ago and have had this soundtrack in steady rotation in my car. Awesome song, awesome soundtrack, cheesy fun movie.
Love the music, but love Antonio Banderas more.....Swoon!
THXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

Scene 451 – The italian uncle is stoned and wandering through the estate  . . .  enjoying the mariachi dancers, their effusive perfume, the seductive smiles, and radiant garments flailing in the ecstasy of abandon and libation. He (the uncle) sits on the veranda and reaches for his pipe. The sun is dropping below the vineyards. "Magnificent!," he thinks. "this is the majesty of creation, reaching beyond the cosmos . . . into my view."

45 seconds 

WTFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
guacala !!!!!!

{#Puke}


 zjank wrote:
Why do Spanish songs ALWAYS contain the phrase 'mi corazon'?
 
Because they all have heart.
What's next Bill?  Calexico and Iron and Wine doing a cover of Spanish Caravan with Javier Bardem on vocals?     {#Hearteyes}    {#Dancingbanana_2}

Amazing to think we were listening to Kraftwerk - Autobahn 3 songs ago...Bill you are amazing.
if you would like to further experience the vastness of antonio banderas' talent, look no further.

-PL-
Aye mi morena de mi corazonnn!
kelo wrote:
Oooohhhh pleaseeeee.... this is the biggest Fake ever.
I think you misread the tone. This is meant to be comedy. Or tongue in cheek tribute to a genre. Or just fun.
Oooohhhh pleaseeeee.... this is the biggest Fake ever.
... And in walks the biggest Mexican I have ever seen. Big as shit. :cowboy:
CCinSB wrote:
whoa! it's the nasonex bee singing!
And here I thought it was Puss... in Boots.
The production values on Desperado were much higher, of course, but I thought El Mariachi was more of a film than a movie.
What is this? Why?
whoa! it's the nasonex bee singing!
:guitarist: :yes:
Really, this is Shoe's favorite song.
Danny_G wrote:
ALWAYS? Eso es falso, however... porque nos gusta mucho :cool: ¿ALGÚN PROBLEMA?
:lol: Nooooo
appy_monkey wrote:
NO!!! Too SEXY!!!!
LOL... No, really, no.
zjank wrote:
Why do Spanish songs ALWAYS contain the phrase 'mi corazon'?
ALWAYS? Eso es falso, however... porque nos gusta mucho :cool: ¿ALGÚN PROBLEMA?
The EPCOT of latin music
YES! My daily dose of the Wolves has been fulfilled!
Ay, mi Morelia, de mi corazon! y mas! --Ay, ay, ay, RP, de mi corazon!
zjank wrote:
Why do Spanish songs ALWAYS contain the phrase 'mi corazon'?
What is the main theme of most songs? Love Love Love!!! In English, French, Australian, American, even Hollandish: :heartkiss: Corazon ( mi corazon = my corazon = : take your pick :arrowd: Pronunciation. Spanish. 1. the heart. 2. courage; spirit. 3. love; affection; compassion or sympathy. 4. (often used in direct address as a term of endearment) lover; beloved.
Why do Spanish songs ALWAYS contain the phrase 'mi corazon'?
Bad and foolish. So called mexican music with a Spanish ridiculous actor? :puke: :puke:
totally dig this one. My friend put it on a mix for me a while back. Happily surprised to now hear it on RP!!
NO!!! Too SEXY!!!!
When did RP switch to Spanish format??
*swoon* Me encanta. (I'd switch from French to Spanish for Antonio Banderas. It wouldn't be pretty, but I'd do it.) He's so underrated as a singer. I wish he'd do more Broadway, or release his own album, or something.
Being male, it makes me feel bad when a female artist gets lurid comments based soley on her looks. But after reading these posts about Antonio... not so much any more. :cheers:
love it and it has been followed by another latin sounding (the doors - spanish caravan) classic
SCprof wrote:
It's enough to just imagine Antonio singing, but the fact that he's pretty good makes it all that much better. :hearteyes: Muy Divertido!
Amen! I didn't know this song was released and available. I'm picturing him on that bar right now. Heartfelt sigh....
This is such a great song! Have been listening to it for years now and it never gets old... I always wondered if this was really antonio banderas (I guess I cannot imagine him without that "puss in the boots" accent any longer)
It's enough to just imagine Antonio singing, but the fact that he's pretty good makes it all that much better. :hearteyes: Muy Divertido!
Quite nice to imagine Banderas singing with the hat and stuffs...
Thank you RP! This is one of my favorite songs!
Zorro sings! :whipit:
Where can I find a guy that is as wonderful and sexy as Antonio Banderas??? Aye Yi Yi Yi.........
srbarry wrote:
Senor, Tequila por favor!
:cheers: Si si para me tambien!!! :drunk:
Grrrr...for a lot of different reasons...not the least of which being the guest singer...
AAYAYAYAY ahora si que necesito un tequila! ay morena de mi corazon. :drunk:
lester wrote:
I suppose I have to like this since my wife has often remarked about how much I used to look like, and still remind her so much of, Antonio Banderas himself, the likeness being especially uncanny in the dark, if she keeps her eyes closed. And if I don't talk.
omigawd, that's funny! :roflol:
lester wrote:
I suppose I have to like this since my wife has often remarked about how much I used to look like, and still remind her so much of, Antonio Banderas himself, the likeness being especially uncanny in the dark, if she keeps her eyes closed. And if I don't talk.
:lol:
I suppose I have to like this since my wife has often remarked about how much I used to look like, and still remind her so much of, Antonio Banderas himself, the likeness being especially uncanny in the dark, if she keeps her eyes closed. And if I don't talk.
TOO SEXY!!! :hearteyes:
Reaching my latin music limit
Love the Song -- Love the Movie.
Must be chips'n'salsa day at RP. Which is a good thing.
Senor, Tequila por favor!
Gregorama wrote:
I'd rather hear Salma singing her steamy ballad off of the same soundtrack. G-r-r-r-r-rowl!
I'd rather SEE Salma...in anything (or nothing, I'm not picky). ;-) Cool tune, and just shows how Lobos continue to make good music without taking themselves too seriously.
AyAyAyAyyy... I like it :D
I'd rather hear Salma singing her steamy ballad off of the same soundtrack. G-r-r-r-r-rowl!
Actually he is a really cool guy, he still makes his movies in Spain, when he start making movies in America he already had a long history acting. Marley wrote:
My name is anTOnio....aBanDERas....ACTor...and this is my...how do you say...ah yes...show. Sorry...every time I see/hear AB I can't help but think of the Chris Katan bit on SNL. Banderas IS hot, but I get the impression that he knows it too and is pretty full of himself, which turns me off.
My name is anTOnio....aBanDERas....ACTor...and this is my...how do you say...ah yes...show. Sorry...every time I see/hear AB I can't help but think of the Chris Katan bit on SNL. Banderas IS hot, but I get the impression that he knows it too and is pretty full of himself, which turns me off.
If you like this soundtrack (Deperado) try to listen to Tarantula and also Los Cruzados, both Tito Larriva Bands, a bato from LA, by the way he also acts in "Desperado" and in "From Dusk till Dawn."
Sounds like the first Los Lobos LP I listened to in 1982...
vebelfetzer wrote:
Antonio Banderas is some sort of god.
Arriba! Antonio banderas........ anytime, anywhere :notworthy: Oh, and the music is fun too!
JokesandJokesandJokes wrote:
I'm not gay or anything, but Good God I wanna poke Antonio Banderas - One spicy enchilada!!!
Isn't A.Banderas male,and your profile say's "female"?Oh,your one of "those"?
JokesandJokesandJokes wrote:
I'm not gay or anything, but Good God I wanna poke Antonio Banderas - One spicy enchilada!!!
That reminds me of Jay and Silent Bob's bit on VH1 "Guy We'd Go Gay For" (not that they're gay or anything...) :butt: :eyes:
If you like the music in Rodriguez's movies, check out the CD "Mexico and Mariachis: Music From and Inspired by Robert Rodriguez's El Mariachi Trilogy" Has his compostions, plus a lot of the music that inspired a lot of his stuff. Has a DVD that comes with it, on which he shows how he scores his movies, and (I think this one also has how to make puerco pibil--not positive.)
This soundtrack is one of my favorites. Even the sound bites from the film play into the flow of the tunes. Robert Rodriguez may be close to a modern day Renaissance man. Just one man's opinion.
It's alright if you don't mind Antonio carrying Los Lobos :D
fine song from a fine movie.
Antonio Banderas is some sort of god.
:stop:
the only good thing about the song is that is was short.
:cowboy: now I know what I want for lunch today.....TACO'S :cowboy:
A lark for all concerned, but still fun.