Sunny and the Sunliners, Carinito Vinyl LP

This vinyl LP contains the “Carinito” album by Sunny & the Sunliners issued by Key-Loc Records during the late 1960s. Each side of the LP contains six songs that were produced by Rudy Guerra. Sunny and the Sunliners was a Chicano group from San Antonio that specialized in Tejano songs. Tejano music became increasingly popular in Texas around 1965. Lead singer Sunny Ozuna teamed with business manager Johnny Zaragosa to form Key-Loc Records and distribute Tejano music around the southwest United States.
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Object Name
sound recording
recording artist
Sunny and the Sunliners
Key-Loc Records
Physical Description
vinyl (overall material)
overall: 12 in; 30.48 cm
place made
United States: Texas, San Antonio
ID Number
nonaccession number
catalog number
Music & Musical Instruments
American Enterprise
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Culture and the Arts: Entertainment
American Enterprise
Data Source
National Museum of American History, Kenneth E. Behring Center
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