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Prologue: Cinco de Mayo1. The Neighborhood: Life and Music in East L.A.2. Homeboys: Growing Up and Garfield3. A Beginning: The Founding of Los Lobos del Este de Los Angeles4. Recording por La Raza: The Making of Si Se Puede! and Just Another Band from East L.A.5. Happy Hour: Going Electric at Las Lomas and a Baptism of Fire at the Olympic6. Wolves of Hollywood: Los Lobos' Arrival on the Punk Scene and at the Whisky7. Arrivals: Steve Berlin, Slash Records, T Bone Burnett, and the Grammys8. Quantum Leap: How Will the Wolf Survive?9. Breakdowns: The Graceland Session and By the Light of the Moon10. Numero Uno with a Bullet: La Bamba11. Rooted and Rocked: La Pistola y El Corazon and The Neighborhood12. Let's Try This: Kiko, Latin Playboys, and Colossal Head13. Side Tracks: Papa's Dream, Soul Disguise, Houndog, Dose14. In the Mouse's House: Disney, Hollywood Records, This Time, and Good Morning Aztlan15. Homecomings: The Ride, The Town and the City, Tin Can TrustEpilogue. 40: Back at the WhiskyGracias Very Much Listening, Reading, and Viewing
Chris Morris is a music journalist and disc jockey. He was music editor of the Hollywood Reporter (2004-2007) and senior writer for Billboard (1986-2004). His writing has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, Rolling Stone, Spin, Musician, Mojo, LA Weekly, the Chicago Reader, Variety, and other publications.