1. (00:02:05) Ritchie Valens - Come on let\'s go
2. (00:02:09) Ritchie Valens - La Bamba
3. (00:01:52) Ritchie Valens - That\'s my little Suzie
4. (00:02:47) Ritchie Valens - Boney Maronie
5. (00:01:51) Ritchie Valens - Ooh! My head
6. (00:02:12) Ritchie Valens - Framed
7. (00:02:13) Ritchie Valens - Cry cry cry
8. (00:02:26) Ritchie Valens - Paddi-wack song
9. (00:01:51) Ritchie Valens - Hurry up
10. (00:02:00) Ritchie Valens - Fast freight
11. (00:01:56) Ritchie Valens - Dooby-dooby wah
12. (00:01:46) Ritchie Valens - Bluebirds over the mountain
13. (00:01:55) Ritchie Valens - Big baby blues
14. (00:02:21) Ritchie Valens - Rockin\' all night
15. (00:02:07) Ritchie Valens - Hi-tone
16. (00:02:17) Ritchie Valens - In a Turkish town
17. (00:02:31) Ritchie Valens - Donna
18. (00:02:22) Ritchie Valens - Little girl
19. (00:01:57) Ritchie Valens - We belong together
20. (00:02:22) Ritchie Valens - Stay beside me
21. (00:01:32) Ritchie Valens - Ritchie\'s blues
22. (00:02:36) Ritchie Valens - My darling is gone
23. (00:02:56) Ritchie Valens - Now you\'re gone
24. (00:01:56) Ritchie Valens - That\'s my little Suzie (alternate)
25. (00:01:06) Ritchie Valens - Rhythm song
26. (00:01:18) Ritchie Valens - Rock little darlin\'
27. (00:01:30) Ritchie Valens - Let\'s rock and roll
28. (00:03:01) Ritchie Valens - Malaguena
Playing Time.........: 01:02:19
Total Size...........: 184.70 MB
Ritchie Valens (Richard Steven Valenzuela; May 13, 1941 – February 3, 1959) was an American singer, songwriter and guitarist.
A rock and roll pioneer and a forefather of the Chicano rock movement, Valens\' professional career lasted only eight months. During this time, however, he scored several hits, most notably \"La Bamba\", was a Chicano rock song that became a hit, making Valens a pioneer of the Spanish-speaking rock and roll movement.
On February 3, 1959, on what has become known as The Day the Music Died, Valens was killed in a small-plane crash in Iowa, a tragedy that also claimed the lives of fellow musicians Buddy Holly and J.P. \"The Big Bopper\" Richardson.
The plane, a four-passenger Beechcraft Bonanza, departed for Fargo, North Dakota, into a blinding snowstorm and crashed into farmer Albert Juhl\'s cornfield shortly after takeoff. The crash ended the lives of all three passengers, as well as that of the 21-year-old pilot, Roger Peterson. This event is said to have inspired singer Don McLean\'s popular 1971 ballad \"American Pie\", and immortalized February 3 as \"The Day the Music Died.\" The event also inspired the Eddie Cochran song \"Three Stars\", which specifically mentions Holly, the Big Bopper, and Valens.
\"Come on Let\'s Go\" has been covered by Los Lobos, The Ramones and \"The Paley Brothers;\" (jointly, The Ramones on guitar, bass, and drums and The Paley Brothers on vocals), Tommy Steele, The Huntingtons and The McCoys.
\"Donna\" has been covered by artists as diverse as MxPx, Cliff Richard, The Youngbloods, Clem Snide, Cappadonna, and The Misfits among many others.
The album La Bomba is number 345 on the Rolling Stone 500 greatest albums.
NOTE: This rip is from an expensive German import and is a high quality rerelease of the original album.