The Benson Latin American Collection

Tish Hinojosa Papers, 1979-2007



Descriptive Summary

Creator Hinojosa, Tish
Title Tish Hinojosa Papers
Dates: 1979-2007
Abstract This collection consists of the personal papers of Mexican American musician and songwriter Tish Hinojosa. The collection includes: biographical materials; correspondence and fan mail; materials related to audio and video production, promotional materials; press materials and clippings including scrapbooks; ephemeral materials such as awards and personal effects; oversized materials and original fan artwork; photographs; and audiovisual materials, including master and reproduction audio recordings and video of performances and interviews.
Accession No. 2009-08
OCLC Record No. 519574956
Extent 25 linear feet
Language English and Spanish
Repository Benson Latin American Collection, The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Note

Singer-songwriter Leticia "Tish" Hinojosa was born December 6, 1955 in San Antonio, Texas to Mexican immigrant parents. She is the youngest of thirteen siblings. Professing a longstanding interest in music, Hinojosa began writing songs and performing at an early age. She released 15 albums between 1987 and 2005 that mix languages (Spanish and English) as well as a variety of musical genres such as folk music, country-western, and traditional Mexican music. Hinojosa's interest in cultural diversity emerges as a recurrent theme in both her work and her personal life, and is expressed not only through her award-winning cross-cultural musical productions but also in her volunteer work with several humanitarian organizations.

After leaving Texas in 1979, Hinojosa moved to Taos, New Mexico where she worked as a backup singer before moving to Nashville in 1983 and returning to Taos in 1985. She eventually settled in Austin, Texas in 1988, and currently divides her time between Austin and Hamburg, Germany.

Upon returning to Taos in 1985, Hinojosa recorded her self-released cassette Taos to Tennessee, later re-released in 1992 and again in 2001. 1988 brought not only a move to Austin, but also the release of her first major label album, Homeland with A&M. Culture Swing followed in 1992 through Rounder Records and was named the Folk Album of the Year by the National Association of Independent Record Distributors. Watermelon, the now bankrupt independent record label out of Austin, TX, issued three previously recorded albums in 1992, including a live album and a holiday album. Hinojosa was signed by the Warner Bros. label in 1994 and released Destiny's Gate the same year, although she continued to record more diverse projects through Rounder Records. These other projects include the album Frontejas, which spotlights Texas/Mexico border music, and Cada Nino, a bilingual children's album.

In addition to an active recording and live performance schedule, Hinojosa also appeared in multiple televised and radio broadcasts, including the ABC TV special of the Alma Awards in which she was an honoree. She also made three separate appearances on Austin City Limits, gave an interview on Good Morning America, and appeared on Onyx TV Germany, WDR TV Germany, SWR TV Switzerland, and VPRO TV Netherlands.

After leaving Warner Bros in the mid-1990's, Hinojosa took a four year hiatus from recording and focused on her social interests, including work with bilingual education, immigration, and migrant farm workers' rights. She served as spokesperson for both the National Latino Children's Agenda and the National Association of Bilingual Education and was active with the United Farmworkers of America. During this period, she also performed by invitation at the White House for President Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton.

Hinojosa was married twice. Her first marriage was to attorney Craig Barker in 1982. Barker managed her career and played bass with her band from 1981 to 1997. The couple have two children together and divorced after nearly 20 years of marriage, just before Hinojosa recorded and released Sign of Truth in 2000. In 2007 she married German musician/producer Andreas Sedlmair.


Scope and Contents Note

The materials in this collection date from 1979-2007, though the bulk was created between 1989 and 1999. The collection is primarily comprised of materials related to Tish Hinojosa's prolific career as a performing artist. These materials highlight Hinojosa's success as a singer and songwriter as exemplified in reviews and accolades by music critics, fans, and peers. There are also studio and commercially produced audio recordings and audiovisual recordings of performances and interviews. The materials additionally represent Hinojosa's philanthropic and community-service based work, and are represented by the actual awards and plaques presented to her on behalf of humanitarian groups such as the National Latino Children's Agenda, the National Association of Bilingual Education, and the United Farmworkers of America.

The paper records from the collection are predominantly clippings, newspapers, magazines, correspondence, and notes relating to Hinojosa's musical career. These records document Hinojosa's performance itinerary, album production, and communication with both producers and consumers of her work. There is also a substantial collection of audio and audiovisual materials documenting her recorded works, performances, interviews, and personal musical interests. In addition, the collection includes a small but significant amount of ephemeral material comprised of awards, personal items, and gifts from fans and family members. Also included are a small collection of photographs; these are mostly promotional or candid shots from Hinojosa's live performances.

The collection is arranged into eight series: Press and Publications, Correspondence, Materials Related to Production, Promotional Materials, Ephemeral Materials, Photographic Materials, Oversized Materials, and Audiovisual Materials.

Series one,    Press and Publications, includes all printed materials relating to Hinojosa?s musical performances, album reviews, and other career related press. The latter includes newspapers and magazines, press related scrapbooks, and loose clippings. There are books mentioning the artist?s musical career and books authored by Hinojosa, including a children?s short story. This series is arranged by genre into three sub-series: Books, Clippings and Related Materials, and Scrapbooks. Within each subseries, files are arranged either alphabetically or chronologically. Of particular interest is a bilingual children?s book written by Hinojosa and related to her bilingual children?s album Cada Nino.

Series two,    Correspondence, contains material created by Hinojosa, her manager Craig Barker, her various record labels (especially those from Rounder Records), her fans, and the various musicians and other individuals regarding her music. Files are arranged alphabetically by subject, then by date. Subjects include fan mail, production related mail, and various (consisting of materials created by Hinojosa and mail sent to her). Items of interest include a card from Vice President Al Gore, 2005, and a letter from musician Trisha Yearwood, 1999.

Series three,    Materials Related to Production, includes materials that are related to album production, such as production items from record labels, soundscans, production correspondence, forecasting documents, budgets, and album artwork. The series also provides ample information relating to the production of her acclaimed 1993 Rounder Records release, Culture Swing, and contains handwritten lyrics sheets, song arrangements and music video production items. In addition to album materials, the series holds items relating to sales and statistical information relating to Hinojosa?s album production and releases. Files are arranged alphabetically.

Series four,    Promotional Materials, contains items created or distributed for the purpose of advancing or advertising Hinojosa?s musical productions, performances, or career. The materials span press releases compiled by Hinojosa, both the record labels, and her management firm, as well as head shots, post-cards, broadsides, handbills, programs, and various other related materials. Files are ordered alphabetically.

Series five,    Ephemeral Materials, contains four boxes numbered 13 through 16. Items in box 13 include: a t-shirt signed by Hinojosa, a pair of glasses, a leather guitar strap tooled with the artist?s name, festival and backstage badges, a ceramic plate from Garrison Keillor, etc. Box 14 includes flat paper awards and certificates. Box 15 includes flat or framed plaques and awards and box 16 includes 3-dimensional awards. Additional examples of items in this series are a platinum record for her album Homeland, a certificate of achievement for support of migrant farmworkers, and a declaration by the state of Utah for ?Border Tour Day,? which celebrated Hinojosa?s ?Border Tour? and her various accomplishments and contributions to the state. In addition to the paper awards, Box 14 also includes an array of fan art, most of which are drawings of Hinojosa by elementary school-aged fans.

Series six,    Photographic Materials, consists of both staged and candid image materials, primarily of Hinojosa alone or with her backup musicians. There is variation to the sizes and finish of the photographs, including 4x6in., 5x7in., and 8x10in. in matte, glossy, and paper print-out. The bulk of the images are promotional shots, primarily undertaken through the Rounder Records publicity department. There are also a number of photographs from friends sent to Hinojosa of performances and a few that are more personal in nature. Formats include photo-cds, slides, contact and proof sheets, and negatives placed in plastic sleeves. Known photographers include: Phillip Manti, Steve Stone, and Todd Wolfson. Of note in this series is a promotional photograph signed by Hinojosa.

Series seven,    Oversized Materials, includes all materials that are too large or of unusual shape which prevent them from being held with other series. Examples of materials from this series include concert and festival posters and a substantial amount of fan mail produced by schoolchildren. Materials are arranged alphabetically at the item level.

Series eight,    Audiovisual Materials, includes studio master audio recordings and outtakes as well as Hinojosa's commercially produced recordings and those of fellow musicians performing her material or audio recordings she collected. Additionally, this series includes video materials documenting Hinojosa's live performances, staged performances, and interviews. The items in this series are arranged by format into 2 sub-series: Audiovisual and Audio. The Audiovisual sub-series encompasses 1-inch open video reels, Umatic video, and VHS video. The Audio sub-series contains 2-inch open reel audio, _ inch reel-to-reel audio, DAT tapes, mini-discs, standard audio cassette tapes, phonodisc recordings (including 45 rpm discs and 33 rpm discs), and standard audio compact discs (CDs). Access to AV materials is dependent upon the availability of appropriate playback equipment and consideration of the fragile nature of these materials.

Separation Note: Commercially produced materials may be removed from the collection and cataloged. If so, they may be found by searching the Library Catalog. Items to possibly be separated are marked with an asterisk.


Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Unrestricted.

Use Restrictions

Standard copyright restrictions apply.


Index Terms

The Tish Hinojosa Papers are classified under the following Subject Headings in the University of Texas Libraries catalog:

Subjects (Persons)

Hinojosa, Tish--Archives

Subjects

Children's literature, American
Children?s songs, English
Children?s songs, Spanish--Latin America
Country music -- 1981-2000
Folk Music?United States
Mexican Americans --Texas --Music
Popular music -- Texas -- 1991-2000
Popular music -- Texas -- 1981-1990
Popular music?United States
Women musicians -- Texas

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Cite as: Tish Hinojosa Papers, Benson Latin American Collection, University of Texas Libraries, the University of Texas at Austin.


Box and Folder Inventory

 

Press and Publications 1980-1981, 1984-2007, undated

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1 Books
1 Austin: A Historical Portrait, 1981
2 El Baile Vegetal, 1980
3 Cada Nino, Every Child, 2002
4 Celebrate Austin and the Texas Hill Country, 1995
5 High Point: Success in Language, Literature, Content, 1998
6 Texas Singer-Songwriters: An Americana Portrait, undated
7 Trouble Girls: The Rolling Stone Book of Women in Rock, 1997
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2 Clippings and Related Materials
1 A&M Press, 1989
2 Aquella Noche Press, 1991-1992
3 Austin Misc., 1989-1991
4 Austin Statesman, 1989-1993
5 Canada, 1989
6 Chronicle, 1990-1993
7 Chronicle All Spanish Review, 1989-1990
8 Cleveland, 1989
9 Country Music Journal, 1990-1994
10 Country Music Journal New Music Report, 1989-1991
11 Colorado, 1989-1991
12 Connoisseur, 1989
13 Culture Swing, 1992-1993
14 Dallas, 1989-1991, undated
15 Denver, 1991
16 Dirty Linen, 1991-1993
17 DFW, 1990, undated
18 England, 1989-1991
19 Foreign, 1990-1991
20 Ft. Worth, 1991
21 Hispanic Press, Folder 1, 1994
22 Hispanic Press, Folder 2, 1989-1994
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3 1 Houston, 1989-1990
2 Ireland, 1990, undated
3 Kansas, undated
4 La Opinion, 1994
5 L.A. Times, 1989
6 Los Angeles Misc., 1989-1991
7 Mademoiselle, 1989
8 Massachusetts, 1991
9 Memorabilia Navidena Press, 1991
10 Misc. Press, 1984-1992
11 Mother?s Day Story, 1992
12 Nashville Press, 1989
13 New England, 1989
14 New Mexico, 1989-1991
15 New York/Northeast Publicity, undated
16 Oklahoma, 1990
17 Philadelphia, 1989-1991
18 Pulse, 1992
19 Radio, 1989-1991
20 Reel to Real, 1989
21 Request, 1989
22 Reviews, 1991-2005, undated
23 San Antonio Press, 1989-1991
24 San Antonio TX, 1991
25 San Francisco, 1991
26 Spanish Language Press and Radio, 1991, undated
27 Special Report, 1992
28 St. Louis, 1989-1990
299 Texas Life Magazine, 1991
30 Texas Misc., 1990-1991, undated
31 Texas Monthly, 1989
32 Washington News, 1989-1990
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4 Clippings and Related Materials (chronological)
1 1989, 1991-1992
2 1993
3 1993-1994
4 1995-1999
5 2000
6 2001
7 2002
8 2003-2004
9 2005-2006
10 2007
11 undated
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5 Scrapbooks
1 Press, 1989
2 Press, 1990
3 Press, 1991
4 Press, 1992
5 Press, 1993
6 Culture Swing, 1993
box
6
1 Press, 1994
2 Press, 1994
3 Press, 1995
4 Press, 1996
5 Press, 1997
6 Press, 1998
box folder
7 1 Press, 1999



 

Correspondence, 1991-2006, undated

box folder
7 2 Fan Mail, 1995-1996
3 Fan Mail, undated
4 Production Related, 1992-2004, undated
5 Various, 1991-2006, undated



 

Materials Related to Production, 1984-2005, undated

box folder
8 1 Aristo, undated
2 Artwork, "A Heart Wide Open," 2005
3 Biografia-Frontejas, undated
4 Border Record-Rounder, 1992-1994, undated
5 Culture Swing - AAA Campaign, 1993, undated
6 Culture Swing - Budget, 1992, undated
7 Culture Swing-Cover Layout/Art, 1992, undated
8 Culture Swing - Rounder, Publicity and Promotions 1992-1993, undated
9 Culture Swing - Second Video, undated
10 Culture Swing - Song Lyrics, 1984-1992
11 Culture Swing - Video ?In the Real West," 1992, undated
12 Gene Hughes, Radio Indie, 1993, undated
13 Inventory Forecasting, undated
14 Rounder - Creative Services, 1993
15 Sampler Layout, Margie Lawler, 1992, undated
16 Soundscan - Frontejas, 1995
17 Taos to Tennessee, 1986-1992, undated
18 UBII, Actual Print Samples, 1995-1996, undated
19 Video ?Drifter?s Wind," 1993, undated
20 Various Production, 1994-1995, undated
21 Various Production, 1994-1995, undated



 

Promotional Materials, 1991-2006, undated

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9 1 Bios and Other Promo Materials, undated
2 Broadsides and Handbills, 1991-2003
3 Programs and Schedules, 1991-1994
4 Programs and Schedules, 1995-2006, undated
5 Promo Posters, undated
6 Spanish Bio, undated
7 Tish Postcards, undated
8 Various, 1994-2000, undated



 

Photographic Materials, 1990-2004, undated

box folder
10 1 Cinco de Mayo, Reno N.V. Contact Sheets, taken by Phillip M. Manti, 1992
2 E-town, taken by Steve Stone, 1992
3 Publicity Shots, 1990,1992, undated
4 Slide and Negatives, undated
5 Todd Wolfson Promo Shots, Tish Photos and Poster, 2004



 

Oversized Materials, 1989-1990, 1992-2002, undated

box folder
11 1 Press and Publications, 1992
2 Press and Publications, 1993
3 Press and Publications, 1994
4 Press and Publications, 1995
box folder
12 1 Awards, 1994-1998, undated
2 Fan Art, undated
3 Materials Related to Production, 1989-1990, undated
4 Promotional Materials, 1999-2002, undated



 

Ephemera, 1993-3003, undated

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13 Personal Effects, undated
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14 Paper Certificates and Fan Art, undated
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15 Flat and Framed Awards, 1989-2005
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16 Three-Dimensional Awards, 1989-2005



 

Audiovisual Materials, 1979-2006, undated

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17 Audiovisual
Umatic
1 Tish Hinojosa's Performance and Interview from: "Austin On-Line," 2 June 1988
2 Tish Hinojosa "Closer Still"; 4:00 Rounder Records, 1990
3 Tish KUT Radio Show, #2, 1990
4 Tish KUT Radio Show, #2, 1990
5 Tish Interview #2, 1990
6 Tish Inerview #3, 1990
7 Tish Stills #2 TC 16 (cont.), 1990
8 Tish Water & Bats, B-Roll, 1990
9 Tish Interview #4, 1990
10 Tish Interview #1, 1990
11 Tish Interview #2, 1990
12 Tish Interview #3, 1990
13 Tish Interview/con't #6, undated
14 Tish Hinojosa "When it Rains" Warner/Reprise Nashville, undated
15 Tish Master, Tom Master, undated
16 Tish Demo, "UpBeat/Pop" (56:30), undated
box folder
18 1 Rehearsal/Tish Interview #1, 1990
2 Tish Interview #4, 1990
3 Tish Interview #5, 1990
4 T. Hinihosa Raw #2 Cam #3, 1990
5 Tish Studio Demo TC 5, #1, 1990
6 Tish Interview #1 and Writing Song T.C.4, 1990
7 Tish Interview #2, 1990
8 Tish Interview #3, 1990
9 Tish Stills #1, TC 16, 1990
10 Tish a Providence High Schoo #1, 1990
11 Tish Hinojosa on CBS This Morning" Entertainment U.S.A" from San Antonio, 1993
12 Mike (0-13:50), Tish/KUT (13:50-20:00), undated
13 Providence High Schoo Tish #2, undated
14 Tish B-Roll and Bats, undated
15 Tish Hinojosa Border Tour Spots English :30 Spanish :30 Mono; Metropost 501 N. IH35 Austin, TX 78702 (512) 476-3876, undated
16 Tish, Craig Interview #5, undated
box folder
19 1 Tish Hinijosa Raw 1 Cam #1, 1990
2 Tish Hinijosa Raw 3 Cam #, 1990
3 Tish at Scholz's, 1990
4 Tish Driving back from S.A. #3, 1990
5 Mr. Marvin; Marvin IV, 1990
6 Tish Rehearsal, 1990
7 T. Hinihosa Raw 4 Cam, 1990
8 Symphony Square, 1990
9 Tish Hinojosa KUT Radio Show #1, 1991
10 Tish Studio Demo @2, TC 5 (cont.), 1991
11 Patrick Clifford IV, undated
12 Tish #1, undated
13 Tish 2, undated
14 Tish Fiesta Master; Fiesta Gardens Edit Master, undated
15 Tish Hinojosa KUT Radio Show #3, undated
16 Tish Hinojosa 1) Story Mixed 2) A-Roll of Story, Unmixed audio (Dub from Beta) Dallas; Tish Hinojosa Documentary, undated
box folder
20 1 Tish Sac Exchange Channel 2, 1979
2 Tish Hanle 7/5927 Coffeehouse T-60, 1979
3 Tish Hanley; T-30, 1980
4 4Tish Hinojosa Border Tour Spots English :30 Spanish :30 Mono; Metropost 501 N. IH35 Austin, TX 78702 (512) 476-3876, 1981
5 Tish-Opera House Left Stage Cam; Tp2, 1990
6 Tish 4, 1990
7 KVUE TV 24 ABC; Austin Public Library featuring Tish Hinjosa; 30psa, 1990
8 Tish 6, 1990
9 Tish Hinojosa Cut 1 "Highway Calls" Cut 2 "Amanecer"; Do Not Broadcast-Demo Only, 1992
10 Story: Tish Hinojosa Reporter: John Dronk WFAA-TV 8 Dallas-Fort Worth, undated
11 Tish #3, undated
12 Tish 2, undated
13 Tish Hanley; 7/5604 Coffeehouse T, undated
14 Tish Hinojosa at Symphony Square Dub from S-VHS original to 3/4" Master; Training Excerpts, undated
15 Tish Hinojosa Singer & Composer Serenade Productions Part 1, undated
16 Tish Hinojosa Opera House Left Stage Cam; Tp1, undated
17 Tish/VO Master John Aielli, undated
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21 S-VHS
1 Tish Hinojosa #1 Symphony Square, 1983
2 Tish at Fiesta Gardens, 1990
3 Tish Hinojosa #2 Smphony Square, 1990
4 Tish in Korea Original #1; James/CNN, 1990
5 NO FOOTAGE FOUND ON TAPE;Tish Hinjosa RPW 2 REZ 17-24, undated
Open-reel Video
6 Tish Stuff, 1998
Betacam SP
7 Tish Hin. Int #1, 1993
8 Fade in: productions Tish Hinojosa "Dreaming from the Labrynth" EPK, undated
9 Tish Hin. Int #2, undated
10 Tish Hin. Int #3, undated
11 Tish Hin. Int #4, undated
12 Tish Hin. Int #5, undated
13 Tish Hin. Int #6, undated
14 Tish Hinojosa 1) Story Mixed 2) A-Roll of Story, Unmixed audio, undated
15 Tish Hinojosa Compilation Reel: 1. Something in the Rain 2. In the Real West 3. Closer Still 4. Drifters Wind 5. I'm not Through Loving You Yet, undated
16 Tish Hinojosa on CBS This Morning "Entertainment U.S.A" from San Antonio, undated
VHS
17 [Unlabeled], undated
18 L.A. to Nashville Guest: Tish Hinojosa, undated
19 Patrick Clifford Interview, undated
box folder
22 1 American Playhouse "Ballard of Gregorio Cortez," 1998
1 American Playhouse "Ballard of Gregorio Cortez," 1998
2 Tish H. 1-13, 1998
2 Tish H. 1-13, 1998
3 Tish Hinojosa Tape 1 10-20-98 TRX 1-8(2), 1998
4 Tish Hinojosa Tape 1 10-20-98 TRX 9-16 (1), 1998
5 Tish Hinojosa TRX 1-8, 1998
6 Tish Stuff; Work in Progress? Sept 96-May 97, 1998
7 Come down in time Jan 6 1998, 1998
8 Tish Hinojosa Concert Dr. Arerico Paredes Tribute, undated
9 Tish Hinojosa Tape 1 10-20-98 TRX 1-8, 1998
10 Tish Hinojosa Tape 3 10-20-98 TRX 17-24, 1998
11 Tish Hinojosa Tape 3 10-20-98 TRX 9-16 (2), 1998
box folder
23 1 San Antonio Missions National Historical Park "Gentle de Razon," 1990
2 Into the music vol. 6 Across the Border Line, 1992
3 Tish Hinojosa Austin Opera House 11/2/90, 1998
4 Tish Hinojosa Tape 2 10-20-98 TRX 9-16 (3), 1998
5 United Farm Workers of America "Wrath of Grapes," 1998
6 Austin City Limits Season 15 Tish Hinojosa, undated
7 Boycott for Justice in the Fields P.C.U.N., undated
8 Conversations with Ilan Stavans: Tish Hinojosa, undated
9 Massasoit Community College Television Studio Tish Hinojosa in Concert December 4, 1992, undated
10 Much Music Toronto Interview Tish Hinojosa, undated
11 Rounder Records Tish Hinojosa "In the Real West," undated
12 Tish Hinojosa Tape 3 10-20-98 TRX 1-8 (3), undated
box folder
24 1 Tish Hinojosa On Stage-SITR ACL-Westside, 1990
2 Tish Hinojosa EPK rough Laberynth Tape #1, 1991
3 On Stage #904546 90's, 1991
4 T.B. Tish Nashville Now 7/90, 1993
5 Tish Studio Footage, 1993
6 True Believers Rounder Records, 1993
7 Tish-CBS This Morning 7/2/93, 1993
8 The Texas Connection Tish Hinojosa dub of studio master 2/16/93, 1993
9 Tish Hinojosa CBS This Morning, 1996
10 Church Street Station Show #918524 3/12/91, undated
11 Tish at Opera House 11/2/90 No Credits, undated
12 Tish Hinojosa 9/6/95 EPK rough tape, undated
13 Tish Hinojosa EPK rough cut 3/28/96, undated
14 Tish Hinojosa Live Rough cut_version001 BITC 11/13/03, undated
15 Tish Hinojosa on CBS This Morning May 5, 1993 "Entertainment USA" from San Antonio, undated
16 Tish Nashville Now TV 1991, undated
box folder
25 1 KWS dancing to Dr. P. song, 1990
2 Tish #2 Trio Performance Somewhere outdoor? Austin? '94 or so, 1993
3 Latina Letters 2003, 1994
4 Borton Primary Magnet School-Simplemente Por Amor Kids performing Tish Song, 1997
4 Borton Primary Magnet School-Simplemente Por Amor Kids performing Tish Song, 1997
5 Tish: in Korea Original #2, 1999
6 Weslaco '97 Band Performance, 2002
7 The Kennedy Center Millennium Stage, 2003
8 (NO LABEL), undated
9 030-Series of Nashville TV, undated
10 114 Performance Trio 33rd Annual Philadelphia Folk Festival-1993-Tish Hinojosa, undated
11 1997 Local Campaign Film "Because You Loved Me," undated
12 New Years eve 2000 Dallas, undated
13 Startrek?, undated
14 Tex-Mex Red Tish NRK (Norwegian Broadcasting), undated
15 Tish Hinojosa 5/4/02 Tucson Folk Festival, undated
16 Tish III Cowboy Nashville Now, undated
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26 1 Tish Hinojosa Trio St. Philip's College April 27. 1983, 1980-1981
2 Americo Paredes Memorial Ceremony May 23, 1999, 1981
3 Deze Video Band is Bij Uitzondering Verstrekt door Country Club "Stone Valley," 4/27/1983
4 Bravo Avards/Ebola, 3/12/1990
5 Tish Hinojosa on ACL 4/14/99, 1/26/1993
6 Austin Music Live Tish Hinojosa, 4/14/1999
7 Americo Paredes Memorial Ceremony May 23, 1999 (2), 5/23/1999
8 Dr. Americo Paredes: Profile, Distinguished Award Message to Graduates, news cast, 5/23/1999
9 031-Behind Front Row Center Interview w/ and Performance Kids, Undated
10 Austin City Limits Season 18 Tish Hinojosa 1/26/93, Undated
11 Jim Swift/Pan-Am Interview, Undated
12 National Migrant Resource Program "The Playing Field," Undated
13 T. Hinojosa Dobbs Trio w/ Morv and Keith 3/12/907, Undated
14 Tish and Craig Coffee House '81, Undated
15 Tish SA. C. 80-81, Undated
16 Tish Show ad (Country), Undated
box folder
27 1 Tish Hinojosa, 1997
2 Tish Documentary, 5/9/1994
3 Dawson's Creek 5/2, Undated
4 Fade in Productions Tish Hinojosa " I'm Not Through Loving You Yet" 5/9/94, Undated
5 Fade in: productions Tish Hinojosa-"Closer Still," Undated
6 Global Divas (1), Undated
7 Global Divas (1), Undated
8 Global Divas (2), Undated
9 Migrand Clinicians Network 30 Years of Hope and Health, Undated
10 Sessions 1-9-7-8/98 VHS II, Undated
11 Summer '97, Undated
12 T.V. American Music Shop 6-29-93, Undated
13 Texas Library Association "Read for Your Life," Undated
14 The dreams I have seen, Undated
15 Tish Hinojosa-Loving you Yet Warner Bros., Undated
16 Tish/Holland 84 Service Salon 5/2 (audio only), Undated
box folder
28 1 United Farm Workers of America "No Grapes," 1983
2 Austin City Limits #1504 Kathy Matea/Tish Hinojosa, 6/2/1988
3 Tish and Craig S.A.C '83 (?), 6/2/1988
4 Bravo Awards w/ Kenny Loggins, 1988, 1989
5 Austin on Line Tish to end TV 6-2-88, 7/14/1990
5 Austin on Line Tish to end TV 6-2-88, 7/14/1990
6 Planet of Sound Tish Henojosa (sic.) Zapmama Interview and Perf. Morv and Tish, 10/23/1993
7 Tish Hinojosa/Symphony Square/ Austin, Texas/7-14-90 B and Performance, 10/23/1993
8 ACL '88 KLRU Fundraiser '89, Undated
9 Live from the Bluebird Cafe Show #213 Joe Ely, Tish Hinojosa and Lee Roy Parnell, Undated
10 Rounder Records Tish Hinojosa "Drifter's Wind" 10/23/93, Undated
11 Something in the Rain film footage 9/29-30, Undated
12 Tish #/American Music Shop, Undated
13 Tish Hinojosa "In the Real West," Undated
14 Tish Hinojosa Live "Austin on Line" (PBS) KLRU 6-2-88, Undated
15 TV Piece Houston, Undated
box folder
29 1 Tish Hinojosa Interview: "Where I Go" Working Copy, 1988
2 Rounder Records Tish Hinojosa "Drifter's Wind" 10/23/93, 1993
3 L.A. to Nashville Interview Guest: Tish Hinojosa, 1993
4 Tish...Elvis...And The Capitol Steps, 1993
5 Celebrity Art Auction with Lou Diamond Phillips and Amado Pena, Jr. -- Vide Package edited for "ACCent," 1994
6 Documentary: Frontline "New Harvest, Old Shame," 1994
7 Mineros New Harvest, 1997
8 American Music Shop #919301 w/ Chris Hillman 3/1/91, undated
9 Browning Road School 97-97 Something in the Rain, undated
10 Fade In Productions Tish Hinojosa "Closer Still-Rough Cut" 2/18/93, undated
11 Jesse Jackson Speech to Democratic Nat'l Convention, Atlanta, GA., June, 1988, undated
12 R Tal West Tish Shoot (NO SOUND), undated
13 Tish Hinojosa - Loving You Yet 5/3/94, undated
14 Tish Hinojosa-Music City Tonight 7-11-94, undated
15 Tish-Closer Still Raw Footage, undated
box folder
30 1 Tish Hinojosa Alternate Beat Interview, 1993
2 Black Water (?), 1996
3 Tish Hinojosa Something in the Rain, 1996
4 Fade In Productions: Tish Hinojosa Dreaming from the Labyrinth 8-24-96, undated
5 Gente De Razon 06-21-96, undated
6 Interview and Play w/ James McMurtry, undated
7 Lady Bird, Naturally (Commercial Recording), undated
8 Songs of the Southwest Dallas Interview and Poor Davids Interview, undated
9 Tish: "CBS this Morning" 5/5/93, undated
10 True Believers The Musical Family of Rounder Records (Commercial Recording), undated
11 True Believers The Musical Family of Rounder Records (Commercial Recording), undated
DVD
12 *TransAmerica, 2005
13 Tish Hinojosa with Marvin Dijkhuis 02/23/2006, 2006
14 Greetings from San Antonio...Peace on Earth always Tish Undated, undated
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31 Audio
1/4 in. Open Reel
1 Tish Hinojosa Final Mixes Reel #1 1979, 1979
2 Tish Hinojosa Final Mixes Reel #2 Undated, 1979
3 Tish Hinojosa 4/26/1979, 1979
4 4-track master -- Tish March 1982, 1982
5 4-track (Folk Inst.) Tish Demo 5/26/82, 1982
6 Practice for E.P. Aug/Sept, 1982, 1982
7 Tish [track list on container] 10/1/82, 1982
8 Looking the Other Way (Sundance, RR., N.M.) 9/15/83, 1983
9 Tish I Don?t Wanna Give In Tryin for Each other (Hoffnerhaus Studio) 6/4/86, 1986
10 Tish Nashville Dave Noffner?s I Don?t Wanna Give In Tryin for Each Other 6/4/86, 1986
11 American Red Cross ?I?ll Pull You Through? Vocalists: Cynthia Fee, Mark Campbell, Tish Hinojosa, Craig Dillingham 1986, 1986
12 Coke Commercial and Tish 5/12/88, 1988
13 Big Reel (unmixed 4-track) Undated, undated
14 The Conquering Father Undated, undated
15 Old Demo Undated, undated
16 Tish Reel 1 [track list on container] Undated, undated
17 Tish Reel 2 [track list on container] Undated, undated
18 Tish Reel 3 [track list on container] Undated, undated
19 [Unlabeled], undated
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32 2 in. Open Reel,
1 Artist: Tish Hinojosa Eng: Ross Date 3/4/91 Slate: 00020, 1995
2 Tish H. 2, 1992
3 Tish Hinojosa R.3 5/92, 1992
4 Tish Hinojosa R. 2 5/92, 1992
5 Tish Hinojosa R. 4, 1992
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33 1 Tish Childrens Record Reel 13 7/25/95, 1995
2 Tish Hinojosa R. 1 5/92, 1992
3 Tish ?99 Reel 1 Tones @ head SR, undated
4 Tish H. 3 undated,
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34 1 Tish Hinojosa Childrens Record Reel #1 Studer Set-up @ Head 15 ips Dolby SR, undated
2 Tish Hinojosa Reel 1 Studer Set-up trk 24, undated
3 Tish Hinojosa Reel 2 15 ips Dolby SR, undated
4 Tish Hinojosa Reel 2 SR, undated
5 Tish Hinojosa Slave Reel Not Used 24 trk 15ips +3 250NWB, undated
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35 Standard Audiocassettes
1 # 1 Waterloo All Spanish Set #1 Tape 1 (side A) 5/3/91; Waterloo All Spanish Set #1 Tape 1 (side B) 5/3/91, 1991
2 # 2 Waterloo All Spanish Set #1 Tape 2 (side A) 5/3/91, 1991
3 #3 Waterloo All Spanish Set #2 Tape 1 (side A) 5/3/91, 1991
4 #4 Waterloo All Spanish Set #2 Tape II (side A) 5/3/91; Waterloo All Spanish Set #2 Tape II (side B) 5/3/91, 1991
5 #6 Tish Waterloo 5/9/91 lot act, 1991
6 17th Ann Arbor Folk Fest Tish Hinojosa 1/29/94 Dolby B, 1994
7 Rough Mixes/Excerpts from Border Tour/ Oct. 94 [content list on cassette], 1994
8 Tish 5 new songs 12/89; Mtn. Stage Twister Sisters/Stark Raven/James Mcmurtrey, 1989
9 Tish at Waterloo, undated
10 Tish Hinojosa 11/28/92 #1 Set KVSP Kuumbwa Santa Cruz, CAL, 1992
11 Tish Hinojosa Country Time Studio Band (Holland) dd.23.11.?91 Country Club Stone Valley, copie H.H., 1991
12 Tish Hinojosa Set @2 11/28/92 Ruumbwa Santa Cruz CAL, 1992
13 Waterloo Live 5/3/91, 1991
14 *Kerrville 89, 1989
15 *Proffene, En Dag, undated
16 *Rod Taylor, Ridin? Down the Canyon,
17 *The New Breed of Country September 1989, 1989
18 *Tish Hinojosa, Homeland, 1989
19 *Tish Hinojosa, Memorabilia Navideña, 1990
DAT Tape
20 Tish Hinojosa Kerk Rade Febr. 9 ?92, 1992
21 Tish Honojosa Lichtenvoorde Febr. 5 ?92, 1992
22 Tish Live Europe ?97, 1997
Mini-Disc
23 Tish Hinojosa Live at Newland 28-09-2000 Part I, 2000
24 Tish Hinojosa Live at Newland 28-09-2000 Part II, 2000
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36 45 rpm Phonograph Records
1 *Tish Hinojosa, Serenad Productions, [commercial production, track list on label] 1982, 1982
2 *Tish Hinojosa, A&M Records Promotional Copy, [commercial production, track list on label] 1989 1989
3 *Leticia, CARA, [commercial production, track list on label] Undated, undated
33 1/3 rpm Phonograph Records
4 *Tish Hinojosa, Homeland, AandM Records[commercial production, track list on label] 1989, 1989
5 *Tish Hinojosa, Aquella Noche, Watermelon Records/PolyGram [commercial production, track list on container] Undated, undated
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37 Compact Discs
1 *2 Meter Sessies 1991,? 1991
2 *The Acoustic Edge 1995,? 1995
3 *Adolff, Karen, About Demos, Debuts and Curiosities, 1995
4 *Auron, Musical Tomorrows, 1993, 1995
5 *Austin Humane Society, undated
6 *Austin Lounge Lizards, The Drugs I Need, 2006
7 *Baez, Joan, Ring Them Bells, 1995
8 *Best of Frutigen 2000, 2000
9 *Beto y Los Fairlanes, Salsafied, 1994
10 *Catch and Release, Keepers Live, 1996
11 *Clepper George, Holiday Music, undated
12 *Country Rendez-Vous, Greatest Hits, undated
13 *John Dillon, Callin? Me Home, 2002
14 *Doreen, The Key to my Heart, 2005
15 *Drifter?s Wind, Over the Ocean, 1999
16 *The FolkScene Collection, From the Heart of Studio A, 1998
17 *Grace Griffith, My Life, 2006
18 *The Hills Are Live Volume 2: The Best of Swallow Hill Concerts: World Music, 1995
19 *25 Years of Folk Music on Rounder Records: Hills of Home, 1995
20 *Tish Hinojosa, Aquella Noche, 1991
21 *Tish Hinojosa, The Best of the Sandia: Watermelon 1991-1992, 1997
22 *Tish Hinojosa, Tish Hinojosa Live, 2003
23 *Tish Hinojosa, Cada Nino/Every Child, 1996
24 *Tish Hinojosa, Cada Nino/Every Child, [alternate cover] 1996
25 *Tish Hinojosa, Culture Swing, [A&M Records], 1990
26 *Tish Hinojosa, Culture Swing, [Rounder Records], 1992
27 *Tish Hinojosa ?Destiny?s Gate, 1994
28 *Tish Hinojosa, Dreaming from the Labyrinth, 2003
29 *Tish Hinojosa, From Texas for a Christmas Night, 2003
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38 1 *Tish Hinojosa, Frontejas, 1995
2 *Tish Hinojosa, A Heart Wide Open, 2005
3 *Tish Hinojosa, Let Me Remember, 1989
4 *Tish Hinojosa, Let Me Remember, [copy 2] 1989
5 *Tish Hinojosa, Memorabilia Navidena, 1991
6 *Tish Hinojosa, ...a music and information digest, undated
7 *Tish Hinojosa, Recorded Live at Adam?s Ave Street Fair, 2002
8 *Tish Hinojosa, Selections, 1998
9 *Tish Hinojosa, Selections, 1998
10 *Tish Hinojosa, Sign of Truth, 2000
11 * Tish Hinojosa, Taos to Tennessee, 2001
12 *Tish Hinojosa, Till You Love Me Again, 1989
13 *Judy Collins, A Holiday Music Tour, 2004
14 *KGSR, Broadcasts Vol.4, 1996
15 *The KUMD Sessions, Live from the Music Room #5, 2006
16 *Rounder Europe, Landmarks, undated
17 *David LaMotte, Change, 2006
18 *Live at the Iron Horse: Vol.1, 1997
19 *Lullaby: a Collections, 1994
20 *Karen Mal, Mercury?s Wings, 2002
21 *Will T. Massey, Slow Study, 2007
22 *Missing Ingredient, Consolation Prize, undated
23 *Mr. Music Country: 10, 1994
24 *Mr. Music Country: 4, 1991
25 *Ona Tune, South of North, 2005
26 *The Remembering, 1996
27 *Linda Ronstadt, Jardin Azul/Las Canciones Favoritas, 1993
28 *Linda Ronstadt, Winter Light, 1993
29 *Emily Singleton, Life in the Moment, 2003
30 *Strings Attached Live Vol. 1, 2003
31 *Texas the Big Picture: A GSDandM Big Screen Experience, 1991
32 *Texas Monthly Presents Honed on the Range, Volume III: On the Border, 1998
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39 1 *Threadgill?s Supper Session: Second Helpings, 1995
2 *Travelin? Texas: the Best Music from Around the Lone Star State, 2000
3 *WCBE, Live from Studio A, Where are my headphones? Volume 2, 1994
4 *The Women of Kerrville, 2000
5 *Where Have All the Flowers Gone: The Songs of Pete Seeger, 1998