The Caceres family is a force in Tx music for many generations and Pinero Caceres could very well be one of the most obscure from the family members who’ve gone the route of professional music artists. Usually acknowledged as Pinie Caceres, he was a pianist, trumpeter and arranger whose documenting activities were generally confined towards the middle to past due ’50s, just a few years before his loss of life. While sibling Ernie Caceres blew his saxophone on almost 500 different edges and was generally connected with jazz, Pinero Caceres do some organizing on early recordings of Norteno performers aswell as stirring the harmonic soup container for little combo bandleaders such as for example trumpeter Bobby Hackett. The earlier mentioned saxophonist sibling and another person in the clan, violinist Emilio Caceres had been in a executing and recording device in the ’30s that appears to have excluded poor Pinie, probably due to age group. Ernie Caceres managed to get up later on in the overall game by hooking his sibling up with Hackett, with whom he previously also worked well at NY hotels. A past due ’90s Arhoolie compilation entitled 15 Early Tejano Classics contains types of Caceres’ arrangements.