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Mark & the Escorts Gallery

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Mark & the Escorts - March 1965
GNP Crescendo Records
A side - "Get Your Baby" - songwriters (Thomas-Edwards)
Produced by Billy Cardenas

 


Mark & the Escorts - March 1965
GNP Crescendo Records
B side - "Tuff Stuff" - songwriter (Mark Guerrero)
Produced by Billy Cardenas

 


Mark & the Escorts - October 1965
GNP Crescendo Records
A side - "Dance With Me" - songwriters (Sanchez-Velasquez)
Produced by Billy Cardenas

 


Mark & the Escorts - October 1965
GNP Crescendo Records
B side - "Silly Putty" - songwriter (Mark Guerrero)
Produced by Billy Cardena

 


Mark & the Escorts French EP - 1965
Vogue Records

 


"East Side Revue" (c. 1967)
(Rampart Records)

(studio recordings from c. 1964- 65 featuring the bands and vocal groups who performed at the "West Coast Eastside Revue" at the Shrine Auditorium in February 21, 1965)

The artists below are featured on the album.  Those who performed "live" at the Shrine Auditorium according to the flyer are in bold type.

Cannibal & the Headhunters
, The Premiers, Mark & the Escorts, Ronnie & the Casuals, The Sisters, Frankie Olvera, The Blendells, The Pageants, The Atlantics, The Mixtures, The Enchantments, The Jaguars, The Heartbreakers, The Ambertones, Alfred & Joe, The Romancers, The Salas Brothers, Li'l Ray, The Slauson Brothers, and The Blue Satins)

Artists who performed "live" at the Shrine Auditorium and are not on the album are:

(Thee Midnighters, The 4 Queens, and The Medallions)

(About a year later the album was re-issued with the same cover
and a second disk with 20 additional tracks.)

(The cover above is actually from the 2 record set re-issue.  The original cover I loaned to the Grammy Museum, where it is on display.)

 


"West Coast Eastside Revue" side 'A' album label

 


Mark & the Escorts (1965)
(Belvedere Park Auditorium- East Los Angeles)

(left to right- Richard Rosas, Robert Warren, Mark Guerrero,
Ernie Henandez {behind amp}, Trini Basulto, and Richard Magaña)

 


Mark & the Escorts (1965)
(Belvedere Park Auditorium- East Los Angeles)

(left to right- Richard Magaña, Richard Rosas, Robert Warren,
Mark Guerrero, Trini Basulto, and Ernie Hernandez)

 


Mark & the Escorts (1965)

(left to right-
Joe Cabral, Richard Magaña, Trini Basulto, Ernie Hernandez, Richard Rosas, and Mark Guerrero)

 


Mark & the Escorts (1965)
(Griffith Jr. High School Tower Queen Dance- East Los Angeles)

(left to right- Joe Cabral, Richard Magaña, Richard Morin, Trini Basulto,
Mark Guerrero, Ernie Hernandez, and Richard Rosas)

 


Mark & the Escorts (1965)
(Griffith Jr. High School Tower Queen Dance- East Los Angeles)

(left to right- Trini Basulto, Richard Magaña, Joe Cabral, Richard Morin,
Mark Guerrero, Richard Rosas, and Ernie Hernandez)

 


Mark & the Escorts (1965)
(Griffith Jr. High School Tower Queen Dance- East Los Angeles)

(left to right- Richard Morin, Joe Cabral, Richard Magaña, Mark Guerrero,
Trini Basulto, Ernie Hernandez, and Richard Rosas)


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