Ry Cooder   Chávez Ravine
Release Date: 2005

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4.5 superbJared W. Dillon | December 24th 06

An excellent south western American album that is almost perfectly executed. Conceptually based around the Mexican-American barrio in L.A. that was destroyed in the 1950s in order to make room for the Brooklyn Dodgers, Ry Cooder lightly addresses the subject in stunning fashion. "Don't Call Me Red" and "3rd Base, Dodger Stadium" are both perfect examples of Cooder's ability to combine his heritage with America's own musical culture. Highly recommended and really can be appreciated by any fan of music.


3.0 goodscaruffi | March 9th 17
3.0 goodjodro | March 2nd 15
3.5 greatJohn Key is a Cunt. | September 29th 12
2.5 averagePierre Hysterical | March 9th 11
4.0 excellentVoivod STAFF | February 28th 11
4.0 excellentcvrcmrc | September 1st 10
3.0 goodRoshanC | July 26th 09
4.5 superbrevolution1 | April 27th 09
3.5 greatJohannes | February 28th 08
3.5 greatBak | October 20th 07
4.5 superbCaptainWaits

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