The Music of Life and Death 

It took believing, living and almost dying to inspire the Y La Bamba sound.

Luz Elena Mendoza’s voice sounds like it’s emanating from an antique gramophone at the bottom of a canyon. It is a strange, disembodied voice — one that seems even more profound when you know that Mendoza was very nearly separated from…

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