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About Carlos Y Jose

This massively prolific duo got their start in Camargo in Mexico's Tamaulipas state in 1968, led by accordionist and singer Carlos Salazar. Bajo sexto player Jose Rodriguez anchors the sound, and their backing group includes sax, percussion and electric bass. The band has enjoyed consistent success over the years. Early hits included "El Nuevo Albur De Amor" and the corrido "La Mata De Sandia."

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Listen toCarlos Y Joseon Rhapsody

This massively prolific duo got their start in Camargo in Mexico's Tamaulipas state in 1968, led by accordionist and singer Carlos Salazar. Bajo sexto player Jose Rodriguez anchors the sound, and their backing group includes sax, percussion and electric bass. The band has enjoyed consistent success over the years. Early hits included "El Nuevo Albur De Amor" and the corrido "La Mata De Sandia."

About Carlos Y Jose

This massively prolific duo got their start in Camargo in Mexico's Tamaulipas state in 1968, led by accordionist and singer Carlos Salazar. Bajo sexto player Jose Rodriguez anchors the sound, and their backing group includes sax, percussion and electric bass. The band has enjoyed consistent success over the years. Early hits included "El Nuevo Albur De Amor" and the corrido "La Mata De Sandia."

About Carlos Y Jose

This massively prolific duo got their start in Camargo in Mexico's Tamaulipas state in 1968, led by accordionist and singer Carlos Salazar. Bajo sexto player Jose Rodriguez anchors the sound, and their backing group includes sax, percussion and electric bass. The band has enjoyed consistent success over the years. Early hits included "El Nuevo Albur De Amor" and the corrido "La Mata De Sandia."