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Oral history interview with Delia Gonzales, 1996

Author: Delia Gonzales; José Angel Gutiérrez; Silvas, Carlos,; University of Texas at Arlington. Center for Mexican American Studies.
Edition/Format:   Archival material   Book : English
Publication:Center for Mexican American Studies Oral Histories, CMAS no. 086
Database:WorldCat
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Delia Gonzales begins with the departure of African American singer, Dee Burleson, from her band, Culturas, and discusses the band's contract responsibilities with Manny (R.) Guerra's company, Manny Music (later Amen, Inc.). She explains the group's new contract with Capital EMI records (EMI Records Ltd.) and describes her family's assistance in managing and marketing the group. She mentions the recognition the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Oral histories
Interviews
Named Person: Manny R Guerra; Gloria Estefan; Laura Canales; Elsa Garcia; Selena; Bill Clinton; Gonzales family.; Dee Burleson; Carlos Silvas
Material Type: Internet resource, Videorecording
Document Type: Archival Material, Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Delia Gonzales; José Angel Gutiérrez; Silvas, Carlos,; University of Texas at Arlington. Center for Mexican American Studies.
OCLC Number: 458301108
Language Note: The interview was conducted primarily in English but portions are in Spanish, for which English translations are provided.
Notes: Interviewed by José Angel Gutiérrez on May 10, 1996, in Arlington, Texas.
Description: 1 videocassette (VHS) : col. ; 1/2 in. Transcript : 27 p. ; 28 cm.
Other Titles: Tejano Voices
Center for Mexican American Studies Oral Histories
Mexican American Musicians and Recording Artists of Texas

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Delia Gonzales begins with the departure of African American singer, Dee Burleson, from her band, Culturas, and discusses the band's contract responsibilities with Manny (R.) Guerra's company, Manny Music (later Amen, Inc.). She explains the group's new contract with Capital EMI records (EMI Records Ltd.) and describes her family's assistance in managing and marketing the group. She mentions the recognition the group received at the Tejano Music Awards and refers to an upcoming appearance for the Pura Vida awards. She recalls a conversation with Mexican American singer Selena, talks about female Tejano music vocalists Laura Canales and Elsa García, and comments on Hispanic American music artist Gloria Estefan. She addresses the hardship of touring with the group and shares her responses to questions from the audience. Her husband, Carlos Silvas, speaks briefly during the interview, however, he is misidentified in the transcript as "Mr. Gonzales."

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