Del-Fi Records

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Former Location –
Bobby Fuller recorded “I Fought the Law” here in 1966. Del-Fi is probably most famous for recording Ritchie Valens first single, “Come On Let’s Go“. Valens’ next single, “Donna/La Bamba“, was a huge hit. The Del-Fi label closed its doors in 1967 and this location later became home to Mystic Sound.

Other notables that recorded on Del-Fi are Frank Zappa, the Addrisi Brothers, Little Caesar and the Romans, The Surfaris, The Beau Brummels and Johnny Crawford who was also a television star having appeared in many TV shows in the 1950’s. Crawford was nominated for an Emmy Award as Best Supporting Actor at age 13, for his role as Mark McCain, the son of Lucas McCain in the “Rifleman“. He was also known for being one of the original 24 Disney Mouseketeers, in 1955.

Del-Fi was briefly revived in 1987 for 7″ and 12″ releases of “La Bamba ’87” featuring new remixes of the classic, capitalizing on the success of the film, “La Bamba.”

Del-Fi Records
6277 Selma Ave.
Los Angeles CA 90028