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La Bamba. Come On Let's Go. We Belong Together. The song is typically played on one or two Arpa jarochas harps along with guitar relatives the jarana jarocha and the requinto jarocho '  Lyrics to the song vary greatly, as performers often improvise verses while performing.
However, versions such as those by musical groups Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlan and Los Pregoneros del Puerto have survived because of the artists' popularity.
The traditional aspect of "La Bamba" lies in the tune, which remains almost the same through most versions. The name of the dance, which has no direct English translation, is presumably connected with the Spanish verb "bambolear", meaning "to sway," "to shake" or "to wobble.
A traditional huapango song, "La Bamba" is often played during weddings in Veracruz, where the bride and groom perform the accompanying dance.
The "arriba" literally "up" part of the song suggests the nature of the dance, in which the footwork, called "zapateado", is done faster and faster as the music tempo accelerates.
This recording was reissued on a compilation by Yazoo Records , The Secret Museum Of Mankind Vol. According to a article in Life magazine, the song and associated dance were brought "out of the jungle" at Veracruz by American bandleader Everett Hoagland, who introduced it at Ciro's nightclub in Mexico City.
Later in , the music and dance were introduced at the Stork Club in New York City by Arthur Murray. Huesca re-recorded the song for RCA Victor in ,  and the same year the song featured as a production number in the MGM musical film Fiesta , performed by a group called Los Bocheros and with the songwriting credited to Luis Martinez Serrano.
The Swedish-American folk singer William Clauson recorded the song in several languages in the early and mid s.
He claimed to have heard the song in Veracruz, and in performance slowed down the tempo to encourage audience participation. The traditional song inspired Ritchie Valens ' rock and roll version "La Bamba" in The song features a simple verse-chorus form.
Valens, who was proud of his Mexican heritage, was hesitant at first to merge " La Bamba " with rock and roll but then agreed. The song ranked No. Furthermore, Valens' recording of the song was inducted into the Latin Grammy Hall of Fame.
When the Los Lobos cover of Valens' version peaked at No. In , Valens' version was selected by the Library of Congress for preservation in the National Recording Registry for being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".
The Los Lobos version remained No. The music video for Los Lobos' version, directed by Sherman Halsey , won the MTV Video Music Award for Best Video from a Film.
It featured Lou Diamond Phillips who played Valens in the film named after the song. In the video, the band performs at a carnival in front of a merry-go-round at night.
In between, clips from the movie are shown. While they are performing, the carnival-goers dance near and on stage.
Phillips joins the band for the song's final chorus. At the end of the music video, in the morning, the band is still playing on their acoustic guitars with Phillips present on the empty carnival grounds while janitors clean up around them.
In , Harry Belafonte 's live version of the song was released on his album Belafonte Returns to Carnegie Hall. His previously recorded but unreleased studio version from was included in a compilation, Very Best of Harry Belafonte , under the title "Bam Bam Bamba.
Trini Lopez performed his own version of " La Bamba " on his album Trini Lopez Live at PJs , released in ; this recording of the tune was later reissued as a single in Also in , Glen Campbell recorded the song on his album The Astounding String Guitar of Glen Campbell.
In , singer Antonia Rodriguez recorded a disco version which hit number thirty-four on the American disco chart. In , singer Perla recorded a version on her Spanish album.