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Do you know that feeling when a song moves you so much, you just feel like you have to add your own voice? Mexican culture has an answer to that: a cathartic, joyous yell called a grito.

Legendary Mexican performer Vicente Fernández, aka “Chente,” performs the crazy tragic love song “Volver, Volver.” “It’s one of the most iconic mariachi songs of all time, performed by the most popular Mexican mariachi vocalist ever,” says alt.latino’s Felix Contreras. “And there is a championship grito at the top of the song.”

Like lots of Mexican-American kids, Contreras and I grew up hearing the adults in our lives performing gritos when they listened to mariachi music at family barbecues, or cheering on friends and family at graduation.

“In my family, my mother and my grandfather, her step-dad, when we would be at family parties like Christmas or something like that, we’d be in the other room playing, we’d hear a really loud grito, we knew the party was on, it just took it to a different level,” Contreras says. “It was the ultimate expression that we were really having a good time.”

In Mariachi Music, A Distinctive Yell Speaks To The Soul

Photo: Hector Guerrero/AFP/Getty Images
Caption: A screen displays the concert of Mexican folk singer Vicente Fernández in Guadalajara, Mexico, in April, when Fernández announced his retirement.

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Mercedes Benz W114/W115, 1968. The “New Generation” was the last car designed by Paul Bracq for Mercedes and it was the last Mercedes Benz to feature “stacked” headlamps. The 1963 W114 sketches are by designer Friedrich Geiger and show horizontally configured headlamps which were not used until the W116 S-class of 1972 (the last car Geiger styled for Mercedes before his retirement). The code W114 was applied to all 6-cylinder models while 4 and 5 cylinder cars were coded W115. 

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Retired Code Talkers blanket by Pendleton. The Navajo Code Talkers were a group of 400-500 native American men who helped win WWII with unbreakable codes. Cherokee and Choctaw Code Talkers were also key in WWI.