Sounds Tijuana is the British comp album, that I feel should be in any serious collector's collection. In the early 60s Stateside in the UK issued the TJB singles and EPs. For this album they spooled all the mono singles masters together to create a unique release. In addition to the rare Mexican Drummer Man (only one of two albums, I know offering it). The original single version of Numero Cinco, is here with the Mexican engineer's introduction and count-off.
They probably still wouldn't care. They might eventually tolerate it, but I wouldn't waste time or effort trying to get those people to appreciate something they obviously never will anyway. WE will always cherish those old records.I also was forced to endure the Hatefulness of people who just Had to say they Hated Herb Alpert starting in elementary school ( probably partly because their parents played the records too much) others were so entrenched in hard Rock and stoner music as they called it. They thought it was Grandma and Grandpa music. Talk about extreme closed mindedness gone amuck. Thankfully im far away from people like that. I am sure They would be shocked if they knew Herb was still going strong today. And how successful he continued to be