Los Lobos

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Los Lobos - Neighborhood Neighborhood
Pop Used - LP 26131 Warner
Extremely Hard To Find And Very Limited 1990 Vinyl. Gold Promo Stamp On Front Jacket And Custom Inner Sleeve. Front And Rear Jacket Cover Paintings By One Of Our Favourite Artists: The Late, Great Carlos Almaraz.... more details
 
Los Lobos - Don't Worry Baby / Will The Wolf Survive Don't Worry Baby / Will The Wolf Survive
Pop Used - 12 PRO A 2226 Slash
Unplayed Promo Label 12 Inch... more details
 
No Image
Available
El Cancionero Mas Y Mas
Pop New - CD R2 76670 Rhino
This 10 inch tall 4CD box says it all about Los Lobos. The complete history of the band from east L.A. 86 tracks in all. Featuring "Will The Wolf Survive" "One Time One Night" "La Bamba" "Don't Worry Baby". With 10 previously unreleased cuts and selections from solo and side projects plus an 80 page book.... more details
 
Los Lobos - By The Light Of The Moon By The Light Of The Moon
Pop Used - LP 25523 Slash
1987 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. “On How Will The Wolf Survive?, Los Lobos Seemed To Be Feeling Out The Boundaries Of How Much They Could Say About The Hard Realities Of Life Within The Framework Of Good-Time R&B-Flavored Rock & Roll, And On Their Next Album, 1987's By The Light Of The Moon, The Group Gently Shifted Their Focus To Favor Their More Contemplative Side. While The Band Certainly Hadn't Lost The Ability To Rock Out (Check Out "My Baby's Gone" Or "Shakin' Shakin' Shakes" For Proof), Most Of The Album Displayed A Lighter Touch Musically, With David Hidalgo's Deft Lead Guitar And Cesar Rosas' Precise Rhythm Chords Fueling Lean But Smoky R&B Numbers Like "Is That All There Is?" And "All I Wanted To Do Was Dance" And Understated Musical Snapshots Like "One Time, One Night" And "River Of Fools." Lyrically, By The Light Of The Moon Is Dominated By The Sad Mysteries Of Life And The Less-Than-Generous Nature Of Fate, As Ordinary People Try To Come To Terms With Death ("One Time, One Night"), Disappointment ("Is That All There Is?"), Love That's Faded Into The Shadows ("The Hardest Time"), And The Mingled Comfort And Uncertainties Of Faith ("Tears Of God"). While The Soundtrack Album To The Movie La Bamba, Released The Same Year, Captured Los Lobos At Their Most Carefree And High-Spirited As They Called Up The Spirit Of Ritchie Valens, By The Light Of The Moon Showed The Other Side Of The Coin As The Group Looked Into The Hearts And Souls Of Themselves And The Community Around Them, And If It's A Harder Album To Enjoy Than Those That Preceded It, Its Depth Rewards Repeated Listenings.” Mark Deming, AMG.... more details
 
Los Lobos - By The Light Of The Moon By The Light Of The Moon
Pop New - LP SL 25523 Warner
Sealed 1987 Vinyl, Small Saw Cut. Custom Sticker On Shrink Wrap. Small Manufacturing Wrinkle In Jacket.... more details
 
Los Lobos - And A Time To Dance And A Time To Dance
Pop New - LP 23963 Slash
Sealed, Hard To Find 1983 Original. Tiny Saw Cut.... more details
 
Los Lobos - And A Time To Dance And A Time To Dance
Pop New - LP 23963 Slash
Sealed, Hard To Find 1983 Original. Crisp Corners, No Cut-Out Hole Or Saw Cut. First Copy We Have Had In Stock In Five Years.... more details
 
No Image
Available
Don't Worry Baby / Wiil The Wolf Survive / Anselma
Pop Used - 12 LASHX-4 Slash
Picture Sleeve 45rpm 12" W/2 Unreleased Tracks.... more details
 
No Image
Available
El Cancionero
Pop New - CD RHI 75688 Rhino
4CD This 10" Tall Box Says It All About Los Lobos. Stereophile Recording Of The Month.... more details
 
Los Lobos - Will The Wolf Survive? Remix + Will The Wolf Survive? Remix +
Pop New - 10 LASHT 4 London
Sealed, Rare 1985 Limited Edition, Numbered 45rpm 10 Inch. Contains 3 Previously Unreleased Live Tracks Including "La Bamba" & "Don't Worry Baby." This Is Number 4482.... more details
 
Los Lobos - Kiko Kiko
Pop Used - LP 828 298 Slash
Incredibly Rare 1992 UK Vinyl Import Of This Great Album. Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
No Image
Available
One Time One Night
Pop Used - 12 LASHX 11 Slash
1987 UK 45rpm 3 Track Picture Sleeve EP. ... more details
 
Los Lobos - Donna Donna
Pop Used - 10 HL 8803 London
Rare, UK Only, Limited Edition 45rpm / 78rpm 10 Inch.... more details
 
Los Lobos - How Will The Wolf Survive? How Will The Wolf Survive?
Pop Used - LP 25177 Slash
1984 Original With Obi. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Los Lobos - By The Light Of The Moon By The Light Of The Moon
Pop New - LP 25523 Warner
Sealed 1987 Vinyl. First Copy We Have Ever Seen Of This Rare Brown Lettering Version (Other Version Is Orange). Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. “On How Will The Wolf Survive?, Los Lobos Seemed To Be Feeling Out The Boundaries Of How Much They Could Say About The Hard Realities Of Life Within The Framework Of Good-Time R&B-Flavored Rock & Roll, And On Their Next Album, 1987's By The Light Of The Moon, The Group Gently Shifted Their Focus To Favor Their More Contemplative Side. While The Band Certainly Hadn't Lost The Ability To Rock Out (Check Out "My Baby's Gone" Or "Shakin' Shakin' Shakes" For Proof), Most Of The Album Displayed A Lighter Touch Musically, With David Hidalgo's Deft Lead Guitar And Cesar Rosas' Precise Rhythm Chords Fueling Lean But Smoky R&B Numbers Like "Is That All There Is?" And "All I Wanted To Do Was Dance" And Understated Musical Snapshots Like "One Time, One Night" And "River Of Fools." Lyrically, By The Light Of The Moon Is Dominated By The Sad Mysteries Of Life And The Less-Than-Generous Nature Of Fate, As Ordinary People Try To Come To Terms With Death ("One Time, One Night"), Disappointment ("Is That All There Is?"), Love That's Faded Into The Shadows ("The Hardest Time"), And The Mingled Comfort And Uncertainties Of Faith ("Tears Of God"). While The Soundtrack Album To The Movie La Bamba, Released The Same Year, Captured Los Lobos At Their Most Carefree And High-Spirited As They Called Up The Spirit Of Ritchie Valens, By The Light Of The Moon Showed The Other Side Of The Coin As The Group Looked Into The Hearts And Souls Of Themselves And The Community Around Them, And If It's A Harder Album To Enjoy Than Those That Preceded It, Its Depth Rewards Repeated Listenings.” Mark Deming, AMG.... more details
 
Los Lobos - How Will The Wolf Survive? How Will The Wolf Survive?
Pop Used - LP 25177 Warner
1984 Original. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “Los Lobos Spent Years Playing Parties, Wedding Receptions, Restaurants, Bars, And Anyplace Else Where Someone Might Pay Them For A Gig Before Landing A Deal With Slash Records, And Their First Full-Length Album For The Label, How Will The Wolf Survive?, Is The Work Of A Band That Had Learned How To Play Something For Everyone While Still Maintaining Their Own Musical Personality In The Process. How Will The Wolf Survive? Swings Back And Forth From Straight-Ahead Rock ("Don't Worry Baby") And Potent R&B Grooves ("I Got Loaded") To Country-Accented Blues Ballads ("A Matter Of Time") And Mexican Traditional Numbers ("Serenata Nortena"), With The Band's Exemplary Taste, Musical Smarts, And Road-Tested Maturity In Evidence On Every Cut. While Rarely Flashy, Even A Casual Listen Offers All The Proof You Might Need That Los Lobos Were A Band Of World-Class Musicians, With David Hidalgo's Guitar Work Especially Impressive Throughout. Just As Importantly, How Will The Wolf Survive? Was The First Album Where Los Lobos Showed How Much They Had To Say As Songwriters, Especially On "A Matter Of Time" And The Title Cut, Two Songs That Offered A Moving And Compassionate Look At The Lives Of Illegal Aliens In America. On ...And A Time To Dance, Los Lobos Showed The World That They Were A Great Dance Band, But How Will The Wolf Survive? Showed They Were A Great Dance Band, And A Lot More Besides.” Mark Deming, AMG.... more details
 
Los Lobos - La Pistola Y El Corazon La Pistola Y El Corazon
Pop Used - LP 25790 Slash
Hard To Find 1988 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Los Lobos - How Will The Wolf Survive How Will The Wolf Survive
Pop New - LP 25177 Warner
Sealed 1984 Original. Difficult To Find Without A Saw Cut. “Los Lobos Spent Years Playing Parties, Wedding Receptions, Restaurants, Bars, And Anyplace Else Where Someone Might Pay Them For A Gig Before Landing A Deal With Slash Records, And Their First Full-Length Album For The Label, How Will The Wolf Survive?, Is The Work Of A Band That Had Learned How To Play Something For Everyone While Still Maintaining Their Own Musical Personality In The Process. How Will The Wolf Survive? Swings Back And Forth From Straight-Ahead Rock ("Don't Worry Baby") And Potent R&B Grooves ("I Got Loaded") To Country-Accented Blues Ballads ("A Matter Of Time") And Mexican Traditional Numbers ("Serenata Nortena"), With The Band's Exemplary Taste, Musical Smarts, And Road-Tested Maturity In Evidence On Every Cut. While Rarely Flashy, Even A Casual Listen Offers All The Proof You Might Need That Los Lobos Were A Band Of World-Class Musicians, With David Hidalgo's Guitar Work Especially Impressive Throughout. Just As Importantly, How Will The Wolf Survive? Was The First Album Where Los Lobos Showed How Much They Had To Say As Songwriters, Especially On "A Matter Of Time" And The Title Cut, Two Songs That Offered A Moving And Compassionate Look At The Lives Of Illegal Aliens In America. On ...And A Time To Dance, Los Lobos Showed The World That They Were A Great Dance Band, But How Will The Wolf Survive? Showed They Were A Great Dance Band, And A Lot More Besides.” Mark Deming, AMG.... more details
 
Los Lobos - How Will The Wolf Survive? How Will The Wolf Survive?
Pop New - LP 25177 Slash
Sealed 1985 Original With Obi, Clean COH.... more details
 
Los Lobos - Good Morning Aztlan Good Morning Aztlan
Pop Audiophile - LP MFSL 1-279 Mobile Fidelity
Sealed 2006 Limited Edition, Foil Numbered, 180gm High Definition Half-Speed Master. Deluxe Heavy-Duty Gatefold Cover. This Is Number 00492 Of Only 1,000 Pressings.... more details
 
Los Lobos - La Pistola Y El Corazon La Pistola Y El Corazon
Pop New - LP 25790 Slash
Sealed 1988 Original With Insert, Tiny Saw Cut.... more details
 
Los Lobos - By The Light Of The Moon By The Light Of The Moon
Pop New - LP 25523 Slash
Sealed 1987 Original, Custom Album Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap. Tiny Saw Notch. “On How Will The Wolf Survive?, Los Lobos Seemed To Be Feeling Out The Boundaries Of How Much They Could Say About The Hard Realities Of Life Within The Framework Of Good-Time R&B-Flavored Rock & Roll, And On Their Next Album, 1987's By The Light Of The Moon, The Group Gently Shifted Their Focus To Favor Their More Contemplative Side. While The Band Certainly Hadn't Lost The Ability To Rock Out (Check Out "My Baby's Gone" Or "Shakin' Shakin' Shakes" For Proof), Most Of The Album Displayed A Lighter Touch Musically, With David Hidalgo's Deft Lead Guitar And Cesar Rosas' Precise Rhythm Chords Fueling Lean But Smoky R&B Numbers Like "Is That All There Is?" And "All I Wanted To Do Was Dance" And Understated Musical Snapshots Like "One Time, One Night" And "River Of Fools." Lyrically, By The Light Of The Moon Is Dominated By The Sad Mysteries Of Life And The Less-Than-Generous Nature Of Fate, As Ordinary People Try To Come To Terms With Death ("One Time, One Night"), Disappointment ("Is That All There Is?"), Love That's Faded Into The Shadows ("The Hardest Time"), And The Mingled Comfort And Uncertainties Of Faith ("Tears Of God"). While The Soundtrack Album To The Movie La Bamba, Released The Same Year, Captured Los Lobos At Their Most Carefree And High-Spirited As They Called Up The Spirit Of Ritchie Valens, By The Light Of The Moon Showed The Other Side Of The Coin As The Group Looked Into The Hearts And Souls Of Themselves And The Community Around Them, And If It's A Harder Album To Enjoy Than Those That Preceded It, Its Depth Rewards Repeated Listenings.” Mark Deming, AMG.... more details
 
Los Lobos - Si Se Puede! Si Se Puede!
Pop Used - LP PA 101 Pan American
Mint Holy Grail! 1976 Original With Lyric Insert. Rarest Of The Los Lobos Albums By A Mile (Probably Less Than 500 Pressed). Proceeds From This Benefit Album Went To The United Farm Workers. All Arrangements By Los Lobos Del Este De Los Angeles (As They Were Then Known). David Hidalgo, Guitar, Requinto Jarocho, Mandola, Violin, Background Vocals; Conrad R. Lozano, Guitarron, Upright Bass, Background Vocals; Louie Perez, Charango, Vihuela, Guitar, Requinto Romantico, Palitos; Cesar Rosas, Guitar, Mandolin, Background Vocals; Frank Gonzales, Harp, Mandolin, Guitar, Harmonica, Background Vocals.... more details
 
Los Lobos - By The Light Of The Moon By The Light Of The Moon
Pop New - LP 25523 Slash
Sealed 1987 Columbia House Release Featuring Rare Brown Lettering On Front Cover. “While The Soundtrack Album To The Movie La Bamba, Released The Same Year, Captured Los Lobos At Their Most Carefree And High-Spirited As They Called Up The Spirit Of Ritchie Valens, By The Light Of The Moon Showed The Other Side Of The Coin As The Group Looked Into The Hearts And Souls Of Themselves And The Community Around Them, And If It's A Harder Album To Enjoy Than Those That Preceded It, Its Depth Rewards Repeated Listenings.” Mark Deming, AMG.... more details
 
Los Lobos - Good Morning Aztlan Good Morning Aztlan
Pop Audiophile - LP MFSL 1-279 Mobile Fidelity
Sealed 2006 Limited Edition 180gm High Definition Half-Speed Master. Deluxe Heavy-Duty Gatefold Cover. This Is Low Number 00314 Of Only 1,000 Pressings. Includes An Outstanding 12 Page Full Color Photo Booklet With Complete Lyrics.... more details
 
Los Lobos - Neighborhood Neighborhood
Pop New - LP 26131 Warner
Factory Sealed, Extremely Hard To Find And Very Limited 1990 Vinyl With Custom Inner Sleeve. Front And Rear Jacket Cover Paintings By One Of JT's Favourite Artists: The Late, Great Carlos Almaraz. Pristine Copy.... more details
 
Los Lobos - La Pistola Y El Corazon La Pistola Y El Corazon
Pop Used - LP 25790 Slash
1988 Original Still In Shrink Wrap. COH. Includes Custom Inner Sleeve.... more details
 
Los Lobos - By The Light Of The Moon By The Light Of The Moon
Pop Audiophile - LP MFSL 1-360 Mobile Fidelity
Factory Sealed, Numbered, Limited Edition 180gm Gatefold. Mastered From The Original Tapes On Mobile Fidelity’s World-Renowned Mastering System And Pressed At RTI.... more details
 
Los Lobos - By The Light Of The Moon By The Light Of The Moon
Pop New - LP 25523 Slash
Sealed 1987 Original With Custom Album Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap. No Promo Or Deletion Marks. “On How Will The Wolf Survive?, Los Lobos Seemed To Be Feeling Out The Boundaries Of How Much They Could Say About The Hard Realities Of Life Within The Framework Of Good-Time R&B-Flavored Rock & Roll, And On Their Next Album, 1987's By The Light Of The Moon, The Group Gently Shifted Their Focus To Favor Their More Contemplative Side. While The Band Certainly Hadn't Lost The Ability To Rock Out (Check Out "My Baby's Gone" Or "Shakin' Shakin' Shakes" For Proof), Most Of The Album Displayed A Lighter Touch Musically, With David Hidalgo's Deft Lead Guitar And Cesar Rosas' Precise Rhythm Chords Fueling Lean But Smoky R&B Numbers Like "Is That All There Is?" And "All I Wanted To Do Was Dance" And Understated Musical Snapshots Like "One Time, One Night" And "River Of Fools." Lyrically, By The Light Of The Moon Is Dominated By The Sad Mysteries Of Life And The Less-Than-Generous Nature Of Fate, As Ordinary People Try To Come To Terms With Death ("One Time, One Night"), Disappointment ("Is That All There Is?"), Love That's Faded Into The Shadows ("The Hardest Time"), And The Mingled Comfort And Uncertainties Of Faith ("Tears Of God"). While The Soundtrack Album To The Movie La Bamba, Released The Same Year, Captured Los Lobos At Their Most Carefree And High-Spirited As They Called Up The Spirit Of Ritchie Valens, By The Light Of The Moon Showed The Other Side Of The Coin As The Group Looked Into The Hearts And Souls Of Themselves And The Community Around Them, And If It's A Harder Album To Enjoy Than Those That Preceded It, Its Depth Rewards Repeated Listenings.” Mark Deming, AMG.... more details
 
Los Lobos - Tin Can Trust Tin Can Trust
Pop New - LP SP1005 Sutro Park
Sealed 2010 180gm Heavy-Duty Gatefold Original. Mastered By Fantasy Veteran Paul Stubblebine.... more details
 
Los Lobos - Neighborhood Neighborhood
Pop New - LP 26131 Warner
Factory Sealed, Extremely Hard To Find And Very Limited 1990 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Small Saw Cut. Front And Rear Jacket Cover Paintings By One Of JT's Favourite Artists: The Late, Great Carlos Almaraz.... more details
 
Los Lobos - La Pistola Y El Corazon La Pistola Y El Corazon
Pop New - LP 25790-1 Slash
Sealed 1988 Original With Insert. Small, Clean Cut Out Hole.... more details
 
Los Lobos - Kiko Kiko
Pop Audiophile - LP MFSL 1-371 Mobile Fidelity
Factory Sealed 2014 Numbered, Limited Edition 180gm Gatefold. Mastered On Mobile Fidelity’s World-Renowned Mastering System And Pressed At RTI. “Los Lobos Had Earned A Reputation As One Of The Most Intelligent And Creative Roots Rock Acts In America With The Albums By The Light Of The Moon And The Neighborhood, But It Was With 1992's Kiko That They Really Demonstrated The Breadth Of Their Sonic Ambitions. Produced In Collaboration With Mitchell Froom, Kiko Exchanged The More Straightforward Approach Of Los Lobos' Previous Sessions For A Uniquely Textured Sound, With The Group's Guitars Thrown Into Sharp Relief Against Froom's Collection Of Vintage Tape-Loop Keyboards, And The Arrangements Are Often Unusually Spare, Most Powerfully In The Ghostly Spaciousness Of "Kiko And The Lavender Moon" And "Wake Up Delores." Even The More Full-Bodied Cuts, Such As The Rollicking "That Train Don't Stop Here" And The Hard-Rocking "Whiskey Trail," Boast A Different Personality Than In Los Lobos' Previous Work, With The Guitars Clean But Cutting Like A Switchblade And The Drums Snapping Hard, And The More Contemplative Selections Drip With A Mysterious, Otherworldly Ambience That's Matched By The Impressionistic Imagery Of David Hidalgo And Louie Pérez's Superb Songs. At Its Best, Kiko Sounds Like The Musical Equivalent Of A Luis Buñuel Dream Sequence, Balancing Beauty And Menace With Intelligence And A Skill That's Little Short Of Dazzling; It's A Brilliant, Singular Achievement, And The Most Rewarding Album In The Group's Catalog.” Mark Deming, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Los Lobos - Kiko Kiko
Pop Audiophile - LP MFSL 1-371 Mobile Fidelity
Factory Sealed, Numbered, Limited Edition 180gm Gatefold. Mastered On Mobile Fidelity’s World-Renowned Mastering System And Pressed At RTI. This Is Low Number 0558. “Los Lobos Had Earned A Reputation As One Of The Most Intelligent And Creative Roots Rock Acts In America With The Albums By The Light Of The Moon And The Neighborhood, But It Was With 1992's Kiko That They Really Demonstrated The Breadth Of Their Sonic Ambitions. Produced In Collaboration With Mitchell Froom, Kiko Exchanged The More Straightforward Approach Of Los Lobos' Previous Sessions For A Uniquely Textured Sound, With The Group's Guitars Thrown Into Sharp Relief Against Froom's Collection Of Vintage Tape-Loop Keyboards, And The Arrangements Are Often Unusually Spare, Most Powerfully In The Ghostly Spaciousness Of "Kiko And The Lavender Moon" And "Wake Up Delores." Even The More Full-Bodied Cuts, Such As The Rollicking "That Train Don't Stop Here" And The Hard-Rocking "Whiskey Trail," Boast A Different Personality Than In Los Lobos' Previous Work, With The Guitars Clean But Cutting Like A Switchblade And The Drums Snapping Hard, And The More Contemplative Selections Drip With A Mysterious, Otherworldly Ambience That's Matched By The Impressionistic Imagery Of David Hidalgo And Louie Pérez's Superb Songs. At Its Best, Kiko Sounds Like The Musical Equivalent Of A Luis Buñuel Dream Sequence, Balancing Beauty And Menace With Intelligence And A Skill That's Little Short Of Dazzling; It's A Brilliant, Singular Achievement, And The Most Rewarding Album In The Group's Catalog.” Mark Deming, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Los Lobos - Del Este De Los Angeles Del Este De Los Angeles
Pop New - LP NV 1001 Los Lobos Productions
Sealed, Out Of Print, Limited Edition 2015 Reissue Of Their Deadly Rare 1978 Private Pressing. Their Debut Album That Was Sold Out Of The Back Of Their Van When Originally Issued.... more details
 
Los Lobos - Tin Can Trust Tin Can Trust
Pop New - LP SP1005 Sutro Park
Sealed 2015 180gm Heavy-Duty Gatefold Reissue.... more details
 
Los Lobos - Gates Of Gold Gates Of Gold
Pop New - LP FTN16052 429 Records
Sealed 2015 Original.... more details
 
Los Lobos - Good Morning Aztlan Good Morning Aztlan
Pop Audiophile - LP MFSL 1-279 Mobile Fidelity
2006 Limited Edition 180gm High Definition Half-Speed Master. Deluxe Heavy-Duty Gatefold Cover. This Is Number 00883 Of Only 1,000 Pressings. Appears Unplayed. Includes An Outstanding 12 Page Full Color Photo Booklet With Complete Lyrics.... more details
 

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