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2015 Second Chance Album

Second Chance

Emilio Guerrero and Charro Band

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  1. 1 Hasmelo Otra Vez 03:36
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  2. 2 Tu Solo Tu 03:12
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  3. 3 Once In A While 02:58
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  4. 4 Quien Eres Tu 04:14
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  5. 5 Si Tu Me Quieres 03:14
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  6. 6 Fools Rush In 04:02
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  7. 7 No Me La Mienten 03:09
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  8. 8 Yesterday 04:03
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  9. 9 Estoy Cansado 03:55
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  10. 10 Hombres No Deben De Llorar 04:44
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  11. 11 Cuando Cuando 03:10
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  12. 12 I Can Only Imagine 03:37
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     Emilio Guerrero was born in Corpus Christi, Texas in April of 1948. Emilio's musical career started while he was attending Wynn Seal Jr. High in Corpus Christi. Emilio and a group of his friends put together a band and started playing around town at private parties, record hops, and what kid’s use to call jives.
    After graduating from Roy Miller High School in 1967, Emilio joined the U.S. Army and
was shipped to Ft. Polk, LA for basic training. While stationed at Ft. Polk, Emilio and four other soldiers from New Jersey and New York formed a vocal group that began singing at the NCO club on base. The band even won second place in a talent contest sponsored by the base.
    In 1968.
Emilio’s musical career came to an abrupt halt when he and two other soldiers in the group were shipped overseas. In June 1970 Emilio returned home after being Honorably discharged from the Army and got his musical career started again. Instead of singing though, he started playing keyboards for several local bands. He played with the Johnny Canales Band, Los Lemans, and finally with T.J. & Company. 
    Emilio got started back singing by accident. One night the singer for
the band did not show up and Emilio was asked if he could fill in. Emilio agreed. From then on he became one of the band’s singers. In 1977 Zeke Saucedo (guitar), and Sam Deleon (keyboards), convinced Emilio to start his own band.
    In 1977 with the help of his brother Leonard Guerrero to run
sound, Zeke and Sam, Charro Band was born. The band’s sound was influenced by jazz since the majority of the band members belonged to the Del Mar Jazz Band at Del Mar College in Corpus Christi. The group was most influenced by the group’s, Tower of Power and Chicago.
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