County Line (1994)
County Line

Total Tracks: 11

Footnotes:
Vocals, Guitars, & Bajo Sexto: Louie Ortega
Drums & Percussion: Richard Burr
Bass: Frank Paredes, Don "Spike" Burr
Pedal Steel & Dobro Daryl Thatcher
Saxophones: Scott Wright
Trumpet: Jim Kerber
Keyboards: Don "Spike" Burr, Alex Kizanis, Roger Games, Ken Stange
Accordion: Andrew Cantu
Vibes: Randy Pybas
Engineered by: Rick Sutton
Produced by: Louie Ortega
Recorded, Mixed and Mastered at Sutton Sound Studio, Atascadero, CA

All songs written by: Louie Ortega

In My Heart (1997)
In My Heart

Total Tracks: 15

Footnotes:
Louie Ortega - Vocals, Electric Guitars, Acoustic Guitars, Bajo Sexto
Frank Paredes - Bass Guitar, Background Vocals
Don "Spike" Burr - Bass Guitar, Background Vocals
Bill Flores - Dobro, Accordion, Saxophone,
Rich Burr - Drums, Percussion
Jim Calire - Piano, Hammond Organ
Produced by Louie Ortega
All songs written by Louie Ortega

Classics (2009)
Classics

Total Tracks: 13

Footnotes:
Louie Ortega - Vocals and Nylon Acoustic Guitar
Jack Joshua - Stand-Up Acoustic Bass
Bill Flores - Dobro, Mandolin, and Accordion

Louie and the Lovers - The Complete Recordings (2010)
Louie and the Lovers - The Complete Recordings

Total Tracks: 27

Footnotes:
Produced by legendary Doug Sahm, Louie and The Lovers sounded like a Salinas Valley boy version of Creedence Clearwater Revival on the highly collectable 1970 album 'Rise'. This anthology also includes non-album single tracks, rare outtakes and the mythical, but never before released second album.

Rio Salinas - Into the Night (2013)
Rio Salinas - Into the Night

Total Tracks: 11

Footnotes:
Louie Ortega - Guitar & Vocals
Randy Pybas - Guitar & Vocals
Frank Paredes - Bass Guitar & Vocals
Dean Giles - Drums & Percussion
Rob Espinosa - Guitar & Piano
Don Kirkpatrick - Guitar & Mandolin
Danny Naccarato - Pedal Steel

Produced by Louie Ortega, Frank Paredes & Randy Pybas

"Into The Night" by Louie Ortega and Doug Clifford
Wild Jalapeno Music BMI / BMG Chrysalis,
Cosmo CliffsongMusic ASCAP
"Rock To Zydeco," "24/7", "I'd Do It Again", "Llevame"
by Louie Ortega
Wild Jalapeno Music BMI / BMG Chrysalis
"Mission Steps" by Louie Ortega, Randy Pybas & Frank Paredes
Wild Jalapeno Music BMI / BMG Chrysalis,
Pottawatomie Music ASCAP
"Leave The Bottle" by Louie Ortega and Randy Pybas
Wild Jalapeno Music BMI / BMG Chrysalis,
Pottawatomie Music ASCAP
"Summertime in Paris" & "Salins River" by Randy Pybas
Pottawatomie Music ASCAP
"Porque tu Eres Mi Amor" by Frank Paredes & Nick Martinez
Wild Jalapeno Music BMI / BMG Chrysalis

Recorded, Mixed and Mastered by Rick Sutton at Sutton Sound Atascadero CA

Cover Photo & Design by Dean Giles
Graphic Design by Dean Giles & Louie Ortega

Band Photo by Nancy Blain

Special Thanks to;
Our Awesome Families,
Dearest Friends and Supportive Fans

Rio Salinas would like to thank;
Ernie Ball, Fender, Baranick Guitars, Taylor Guitars, Lloyd Baggs, Zita Sound Services, Dan (Okie) Okamura Sound, Stu Feldman at TSI Sabian, Drum Workshop, Evans and Vic Firth

Dedicated to the Memory of our Compadre Doug Sahm

Louie and the Lovers - Rise Again (2014)
Louie and the Lovers - Rise Again

Total Tracks: 10

Footnotes:
A special dedicated to our families and friends past and present for all your love and support.

Doug Sahm – you're always in our hearts.

"Louie and the Lovers" are Louie Ortega, Frank Paredes, Alberto Parra and Steve Vargas. The group originated in Salinas, CA. in 1968.

While still in high school the band was discovered by Doug Sahm, leader of the "Sir Douglas Quintet". With the release of the "Louie and the Lovers the Complete Recordings" came the inspiration of collaborating to make another record.

Original members have reunited after forty years and are very excited to be performing together again. "Louie and the Lovers - Rise Again", marks the rebirth of the group and shows that they still have what it takes to bring it on home.

Thanks to
Rick Sutton/Sutton Sound, Paul Murray Sound Studio, Wet Records, Brad Golden, Golden Video Productions, Ernie Ball/Music Man, Mike Baranik Custom Guitars, Marshall Wells

CD Cover Design by Brad Golden, Golden Video Productions

Produced and music arranged by Louie Ortega and Frank Paredes