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windows media player Spring Time in Chavez Bay uploaded 4/2/2015

macs or mp3 player Spring Time in Chavez Bay uploaded 4/2/2015

Greetings and Welcome to another “Second Time Around Show” 24/7 World-Wide here on the East LA Revue.com Internet Radio site. This is Frankie Firme, the Al Capone of the Microphone and the Hit-man of West Coast Chicano Soul bringing you another podcast full of rare and hard-to-find Rhythm & Blues just for you. We call this show “Springtime in Chavez Bay”. The weather is warming up and the water is so clear and blue this time of year.
You can join the staff and DJs, snorkeling and water skiing here in the bay, just off the coast of Catalina Island in sunny Southern California, as we have some fun and listen to some music including:  Who Do You Love by The Sapphires; Low Ride Girl by Don Julian and the Larks; Never Found Me a Girl by Eddie Floyd; Thin Line Between Love and Hate by The Persuaders; Cross My Heart by Billy Stewart; Nau Ninny Nau by Cannibal and the Headhunters; All in My Mind by Maxine Brown; When I’m Gone by Brenda Holloway; Keeper of Dreams by The Gallahads; Baby Baby Don’t Cry by Smokey and the Miracles; Rock Granny Roll by Hank Ballard and the Midnighters; My Cloud by Joe Bataan; Working on a Groovy Thing by Patti Drew; I Need Someone by Thee Midniters; Somebody Please by The Vanguards; Cleo’s Mood by Jr. Walker and the All-Stars; Goodnight My Love by Tavares; Step Into My World by Magic Touch; When You Touch Me by Skyy; There’ll Come a Time by Betty Everette; Gonna Find Her by Tierra; and Girl You’re Too Young by Archie Bell and the Drells.
There you have it, our musical buffet with all you can hear on the East LA Revue.com with Frankie Firme and our ever-so-fine DJ line-up on this music site. We encourage you to check out the other music podcasts, interviews, and other information for your revue. Also, please check out the Vinyl Classics feature page for some authentic sounds from the grooves of vinyl LP and 45 rpm records. I think you’ll enjoy. This is Frankie Firme, saying ‘Ay Te Wacho’ from the Land of 1000 Dances.          

Recording Time 77m 33s



windows media playerSMOOTH JAZZ uploaded 4/25/2015

macs or mp3 player SMOOTH JAZZ uploaded 4/25/2015

Welcome everybody to the 17th edition of the Great American Song Book. On this edition I return with some Smooth Jazz for your listening and dancing pleasure. We start the show with a new tune from Phil Perry - Beautiful Girls followed bi Pieces from Pieces of Dreams, As You Like It from Euge Grove, Forever from Jessy J, Love Is Here from Jim Messina, One Wish from Hiroshima, Prayer For Linda from John Cain, Adam's Hotel from Eumir Deodato , Dulce from Luis Salinas, Mystica from Gato Barbieri, Like A Lover from Emilie Claire-Barlow, Let's Make The Most from Erin Boheme, Here's To Life from Ian Shaw, Your Smile from Kevyn Lettau, You Are There from Hillary Kole and ending the show with What A Wonderful World from Eva Cassidy.
So if you love to relax to a new show every weekend to relax with the family just  log onto East LA Revue's Internet Jukebox and scroll down the The Great American Song Book with me the Chino as I present to you my 17th edition with some Smooth Jazz for your listening and dancing pleasure enjoy.

 

windows media playerLatin Rhythms uploaded 4/18/15

macs or mp3 player Latin Rhythms uploaded 4/18/15

Welcome everybody to the 16th edition of the Great American Song Book. On this edition I return to you with some Latin Rhythms and feature 17 artists. I start off with Dex Basim and the tune I Do Love You followed by My Latin Soul from Bobby Matos, Salsa Pa Ti from Sexteto Cafe, Rio de Janeiro Blue from Alex Wilson, Carriba Cha from Conection Latino Mambo, Late Gigs With David from the late Jerry Samuels, Title from Recarrido Monderro, Cubrazil from Rebecca Mauleon, Rico Cha Cha Cha from Grupo Latin Vibe, Luna Cha Cha Cha from Azabache, Skin & Strings from Marcos Loya, I Want To Know from Sussie Hanson, Termendo Cha Cha Cha from Bobby Montez, Think It Over from Harvey Averne, Bang Bang From The Joe Cuba Sextet, Rompe Coco from Landy Nova and ending the 16th edition with the classic Cal Tjader and the classic tune Chole.
So if you have some time and you just want to relax with some latin rhythms then log on the internet jukebox on www.eastlarevue.com and scroll down to the Great American Song Book where every week the Chino presents a new show for your listening and dancing pleasure, and let me know if there is and thing you would like to hear and I will do my best to make it happen. Thanks Again, Howard Chino Ng




Chico

windows media playerSo Sabroso  uploaded 3/242015

macs or mp3 player So Sabroso uploaded 3/242015

Gozando with Chico is proud to bring you the finest in Musical Pan Dulce for your listening and dancing pleasure. It is our goal to bring you musica that will touch your soul and lift your spirit. On this new show we mix the colorful sounds of Latin Jazz and Soul.  So Sabroso showcases the fine sounds and talents of: Nuestro Band, Gtupo Fantasma, Francisco Aguabella, The Company Band, Balance, Mestizo L.A., Louie Cruz Beltran, Jose Rizo’s Mongorama, Sal Perez, Little Willie G., Tierra, The ELA Odyssey Band, L.A. Fautline Band, Joe Bataan, Ralfi Pagan, Paul Ortiz and the finest in Musical Pan Dulce.  To all of our listeners in California, Texas, Arizona, New York, Mexico and around the world, we appreciate your support and thank you for listening and enjoying the best in Suave Grooves. For more information please visit us online at www.GozandowithChico.com. We remind you to please keep the spirit of musica alive in your hearts and your homes.
 
Recording time:  75:28

windows media playerGozando Suave  uploaded 3/242015

 macs or mp3 player Gozando Suave  uploaded 3/242015

Gozando with Chico is proud to bring you the finest in Chicano / Latino Soul for your listening and dancing pleasure. It is our goal to bring you musica that will touch your heart and lift your spirit. Gozando Suave showcases the fine sounds and talents of: L.A. Carpool Band, Poncho Sanchez, Joe Bataan, Willie Bobo, El Chicano, Malo, Tierra, Sueños, La Mission Band, Company Band, Thee East LA Philharmonic, Kool Katz, Francisco Aguabella, Boogaloo Assasins, Sal Rodriguez and The Safari Band and the finest in Musical Pan Dulce.  To all of our listeners in California, Texas, Arizona, New York, Mexico and around the world, we appreciate your support and thank you for listening and enjoying the best in Suave Grooves. For more information please visit us online at www.GozandowithChico.com. We remind you to please keep the spirit of musica alive in your hearts and your homes.
 
Recording time:  76:47

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A Bailar y Gozar con Chico !!!!!

Show Theme "Chico's Song" - Courtesy of Chico Band

Show Promo Theme “ Gozando with Chico” – Courtesy of Kool Katz band
Show Host & Producer - Erik "Chico" Manqueros -Chico@gozandowithchico.com 

Executive Producer - Howard "El Chino" Ng -Howard@gozandowithchico.com
Webmaster & Associate Producer - Alfred "Master of the webs" Aalva@aalva.net
Visit us online at: www.gozandowithchico.com
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windows media playerHOT TEJANO HITS uploaded 4/16/2015

macs or mp3 player HOT TEJANO HITS uploaded 4/16/2015

Welcome to another Special Edition of Chicano Express Radio on the East LA Revue Internet Jukebox, as we got some HOT TEJANO HITS playing Loud & Proud with great artists like: Ricky Valenz, Street People, Conj. Inizzio, La Compania De Tony Hernandez, Melina Narezo, The LatinBreed, Maria Alaniz, Joe Fuentes y La Union, Avizo. Jean LeGrand, Joaquin Cura, Johnny Aztlan y Memories, Liberty Band, Hometown Boys, Rocky & Little Joe Hernandez, Tortilla Factory, Los Monarcas.
So put your chanclas, stacys, or boots & dance to your heart's content with more Hot Tejano Hits on Chicano Express Radio. Hope you enjoy the music as we enjoy the fine brown sound on the East LA Revue Internet Jukebox. Please keep a prayer for you brave troops in uniform on a daily basis. Chicano Express Radio can be hear in entirety at www.chicanoexpress.com/ 

Recording Time 62m 52s




windows media playerDoo Wop for Lovers #16 uploaded 03/24/15

macs or mp3 player Doo Wop for Lovers #16 uploaded 03/24/15

Greetings and welcome to the DREAMS OF DOO WOP Show with DJ Sugar Bear here on the East LA Revue.com internet radio site. We are continuing the Doo Wop for Lovers series with volume 16. We are featuring some classic Doo Wop and Rhythm & Blues songs for you to enjoy! Some get close with someone you’re tight with and let’s take a cruise.
The songs on this show are performed by; Ray Frazier, The Enchanters, Wilmer & The Dukes, Gene Chandler, Eddie Holman, Willie G., David & Ruben, The Perez Brothers, The Midniters, The Whispers, The Spinners, Carla Thomas, La Mission, The Channels, The Sensations, The Majestic, Johnny “Guitar” Watson, Rialtos, The Galahads, and The Webbs.
We thank you or stopping by and joining us here on the East LA Revue.com Internet Radio site and specifically for stopping by to join DJ Sugar Bear and “Doo Wop for Lovers #16”. We encourage everyone to check-out the other DJ podcasts on this page and the Vinyl Classics as well. There is something here for everyone.

Recording Time 56m 44s

 



windows media playerSapos Digital Vinyl Revolucion I - 2015 uploaded 3/24/15

macs or mp3 player Sapos Digital Vinyl Revolucion I - 2015 uploaded 3/24/15

The EastLARevue.com Internet Radio presents a brand new edition of Sapo’s Digital Vinyl Revolucion for 2015.  SDVR continues to feature an eclectic mix of both analog and digital recordings.  A wide selection of b-sides, album cuts, CD and cassette tracks cover a diverse range of artists from many genres and musical generations highlighting: Lysa Flores , The Vogues, The Beach Boys, Dionne Warwicke, Tracey Ullman, Malo, The Isley Brothers, Janis Joplin, Los Lobos, Kris Kristofferson, Harry Chapin, El Chicano, Martha Reeves & The Vandellas, Rod Stewart with Ronald Isley, Steely Dan, APB, and La Santa Cecilia. Sapos collection of analog stereo recordings represent a period when tape and vinyl were the standard formats for radio programming.  He includes CDs and occasional Internet tracks as music succumbs to the cyber/digital age. EastLARevue.com programs, such as SDVR reflect the websites diverse musical styles and formats. Keep logging and check out all current and future programs by our entire lineup of host DJs. Recording Time 76m 26s





windows media player Interview with BILLY CARDENAS uploaded 3/30/15

macs or mp3 player Interview with BILLY CARDENAS uploaded 3/30/15

Greetings and Welcome to the East LA Revue.com Internet Radio station and Chicano Highlights with Roberto “El Beto-man” Tijerina. On this segment we are interviewing and interesting music producer, promoter, and band manager, BILLY CARDENAS. They discuss Billy’s family back-ground; his involvement in the music industry during the 1960’s; and information about his current endeavors. Check it out!
Thank you for stopping by “Chicano Highlights”, with your host “Robert “El Beto-man” Tijerina on the Radio Aztlan KUCR 88.3 FM. The interview was recorded and broadcasted at the University of California, and rebroadcasted on the East LA Revue.com internet radio for your convenience. This show was co-produced by Roberto Tijerina and Steven Chavez We thank you for your continued support and ask that you stop by again and check out the other features here on this music site. Recording Time 26m 20s

 





windows media playerMusical Routes in Rhythm & Blues # 22uploaded 3/28/15

macs or mp3 player Musical Routes in Rhythm & Blues # 22uploaded 3/28/15

Hello music-lovers, thank you for logging onto EastLARevue.com, & Welcome to another session of Musical Routes with your host & tour guide, Tom Morin. Let’s roll, Baby!
On this show Musical Routes in Rhythm & Blues #22 we explore the less-traveled musical highways and by-ways of American Music Heritage and include music by Dr. John, Randy Gariby. The Dr. Loco and the Rockin’ Jalepeño Band, and Otis Redding.
Well, it’s been fun but we gotta run! Thank you so very much for joining us here at eastLArevue.com, where we do our best to keep the music alive. This is Tom Morin hollering at you---Farewell, until we meet again, adventuring & exploring “Musical Routes”! This show was mixed and engineered by Steven Chavez for our internet jukebox. Recording Time 57m 53s

 

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