Conjunto Primavera

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Conjunto Primavera
Origin Ojinaga, Chihuahua
Genres Norteño
Years active 1978-present
Labels Joey Records (1980-1992) AFG Sigma Records (1993-1995) Fonovisa Records (1996-)
Members Juan Dominguez (1978-) (Sax)
Felix Antonio Contreras (Accordion & Keyboards) (1987-)
Juan Antonio "Tony" Melendez (Voice) (1989-)
Manuel Rolando Perez (1995-) (Bajo-sexto)
Adrian Anthony Regalado (2007-) (Drums)
Francisco "Frank" Mata (2008-) (Bass)
Past members Ignacio Nacho Galindo (Voice & Bass) (1978-1989)
Adan Huerta (Drums) (1978-2000)
Daniel Martinez (Drums) (2001-2006)
Oscar Ochoa (Bass) (1989-2007)
Telesforo Saenz (1978-1994) (Bajo-sexto) Gustavo Galindo (1978-1983) (Bass)
Ramiro Rodriguez (Accordion & Keyboards) (1978-1986) Jesús "Chuy" Mostrenco (Only 1994) (Bajo-sexto)

Conjunto Primavera is a Mexican conjunto group from Ojinaga, Chihuahua. In the 1990s and 2000s they became one of the most popular groups in the genre.

Conjunto Primavera was formed on the first day of spring in 1978 by the saxophonist Juan Dominguez.[1] They remained a local act for several years, and signed with an indie label, Joey Records, in San Antonio, Texas. Their first major success was with the album Me Nortie, released on AFG Sigma Records in 1993; not long after, AFG was bought out by Mexican label Fonovisa. Since their first release on Fonovisa in 1996, the group has released several gold-selling albums and has been nominated for many Latin Grammy awards.

Discography[edit]

Studio and live albums
  • Borracho y Loco (1980) (First album in Joey Records,and debut)
  • Chihuahua,Mexico (1981)
  • De Ojinaga, Chihuahua (1982)
  • Almas Perdidas (1983)
  • Cuatro Primaveras (1984)
  • El Viboron (1985)
  • Cumbias y Rancheras (1985)
  • La Otra (1986)
  • La Cuerda (1987)
  • Demasiado Tarde (1988)
  • Andos Sin Frenos (1989) (Last Nacho Galindo album)
  • Me Voy, Me Voy (1989) (First Tony Melendez album)
  • Con Las Manos Vacias (1990)
  • Vas a Conseguir (1991)
  • Lo Mejor, Lo Ultimo (1991)
  • Tu (1992)
  • Y Otra Vez (1992) (Last album on Joey Records)
  • Me Nortie (1993)(First Album On AFG Sigma Records)
  • Amigo Mesero (1994)
  • Tragedias del Pueblo (1995) (Last album on AFG Sigma Records)
  • Me Nacio del Alma (1996) (First album in Fonovisa) U.S. Billboard Top Latin Albums #35
  • Sangre de Valiente (1997)
  • De Nuevo A Tu Lado (1997)
  • Necesito Decirte (1998) U.S. Latin #13
  • En Vivo (1999) U.S. Latin #34
  • Morir de Amor (2000) U.S. #153, U.S. Latin #1
  • Ansia de Amar (2001) U.S. #139, U.S. Latin #1
  • En Vivo Para Ti, Vol. 2 (2002) U.S. Latin #28
  • Perdoname Mi Amor (2002) U.S. #117, U.S. Latin #2
  • Decide Tú (2003) U.S. #124, U.S. Latin #3
  • Miles de Voces en Vivo (2004) U.S. Latin #10
  • Hoy Como Ayer (2005) U.S. #58, U.S. Latin #2
  • Algo de Mi (2006) U.S. #82, U.S. Latin #2
  • De Gira Con...Conjunto Primavera (2006) U.S. Latin #69
  • De Gira Con...Conjunto Primavera 2 (2006)
  • El Amor Que Nunca Fue (2007) U.S. #89, U.S. Latin #4
  • Que Ganas de Volver (2008)
  • Mentir Por Amor (2009) U.S. #103, U.S. Latin #2
  • 30 Aniversario En Vivo (2009) U.S. Latin #18
  • Empaca Tus Cosas (2010) U.S. Latin #7
  • En Vivo (2010) U.S. Latin
  • Al mismo nivel (2012) U.S. Latin
Compilations
  • El Recado (2000) U.S. Latin #7
  • Recado de Amor (2001) U.S. Latin #32
  • Exitos Originales (2001) U.S. Latin #72
  • Nuestra Historia (2003) U.S. #159, U.S. Latin #4
  • Dejando Huella (2004) U.S. #107, U.S. Latin #1
  • Dos Romanticos de Corazon (2004) U.S. Latin #16
  • 2 en 1 (2005) U.S. Latin #34
  • 20 Llegadores (2005) U.S. Latin #16
  • Dejando Huella II (2005) U.S. #158, U.S. Latin #5
  • Linea de Oro (2006) U.S. Latin #51
  • Para Ti...Nuestra Historia (2006) U.S. #174, U.S. Latin #6
  • Chihuahua a Durango (2007) U.S. Latin #45
  • Dejando Huella...El Final (2007) U.S. Latin #20
  • La Mejor...Collecion: 30 Super Exitos (2007) U.S. Latin #68
  • 20 Super Temas: La Historia De Los Exitos (2009) U.S. Latin #15
  • Serie Diamante: 30 Super Exitos (2009) U.S. Latin #43

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