|A Mis Enemigos||Vencedor|| |
|Vete Ya||Íconos 25 Éxitos|| |
|Soy Así||Soy Así|| |
|Te Quiero Así||Vencedor|| |
|La Más Deseada||Íconos 25 Éxitos|| |
|Ebrio De Amor||15 Exitos|| |
|Quiero Charlar Con La Muerte||Soy Así|| |
|Cómo Me Duele||Íconos 25 Éxitos|| |
|El Huizache||Exitos De Valentín Elizalde|| |
|Sobre La Tumba De Mi Padre||Íconos 25 Éxitos|| |
The ensemble consists of four clarinets, three trumpets, a tambora: a bass drum with a cymbal on top, a tarola: a snare drum, a tuba, three trombones, two alto horns and two singers.
According to the 2013 court testimonies of the drug lord Jesús Enrique Rejón Aguilar, Banda el Recodo performed at several private parties held by leaders of Los Zetas drug cartel for a sum of US$250,000. He also testified that the favorite musical group of Miguel Treviño Morales, the former leader of Los Zetas, was Banda el Recodo.
The group first formed under the name Los Cuatro del Norte in 1969 by three brothers and a fourth member; a fourth brother joined in 1972. Their debut record was released in 1973; they scored their first gold record in 1978. With the growth of their success they toured regularly through the U.S., Mexico, and Central America. They continued to release charting records into the 2000s. Los Huracanes del Norte have released over 900 songs.
Conjunto Primavera was formed on the first day of spring in 1978 by the saxophonist Juan Dominguez. They remained a local act for several years, and signed with an indie label, Joey Records, in San Antonio, Texas. Their first major success was with the album Me Nortie, released on AFG Sigma Records in 1993; not long after, AFG was bought out by Mexican label Fonovisa. Since their first release on Fonovisa in 1996, the group has released several gold-selling albums and has been nominated for many Latin Grammy awards. In 2014, at the 15th Annual Latin Grammy Awards they were awarded the Latin Grammy award Best Norteño Album for their album Amor Amor.
He first played with local groups at age 11 as a clarinetist. Later, he learned to play bass, and found work as a session musician with regional Mexican labels. In the 1990s he signed with EMI Latin and launched a solo career. Since then he has released over a dozen albums, which have been successful both in Mexico and the United States; he has recorded for Sony Discos and D Disa. His 2007 album Te Va a Gustar was his most successful in America and was nominated for a Latin Grammy.