| Los Lobos|
| 1983, Warner Bros. Studios, North Hollywood
How Will the Wolf Survive?
Rock music, Tejano music, Chicano rock, Roots rock, New wave
T Bone Burnett, Steve Berlin
David Hidalgo – guitar, accordion, vocals
Cesar Rosas – guitar, bajo sexto, vocals
Louie Pérez – drums, vocals
Conrad Lozano – bass, vocals, guitarrón
Steve Berlin – saxophones
...And a Time to Dance is a 1983 EP by Los Lobos. It was co-produced by T-Bone Burnett and Steve Berlin (not yet a full-time member of the band) and was the band's first release on Slash Records. The EP brought the band its first wide acclaim. It was voted best EP of the year in the Village Voice's influential Pazz & Jop critics poll. Critic Robert Christgau gave the record an "A-" in his Consumer Guide, calling it "good old rock and roll East L.A. style." Trouser Press raved about "a spicy romp (in two languages) back and forth across musical borders few can traverse with such ease," while Rolling Stone called it "an infectious dance record that deserves to be heard by rock fans."
The track "Anselma" won the first Grammy Award for Best Mexican-American Performance. The album was mixed and recorded entirely digital
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