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windows media playerCALIFAS STYLE OLDIES uploaded 10/18/16

macs or mp3 player CALIFAS STYLE OLDIES uploaded 10/18/16

Welcome to The Second Time Around Show with your host DJ, Frankie Firme, with the finest in cruising Classic Soul; Oldies but Goodies and hip Latin Soul music here on the East LA Revue Internet Radio. Frankie has selected some rare and hard-to-find singles that were enjoyed by millions on the West Coast during the 1960s. This is a very special presentation that represents a music era and a music culture from North to the Oregon state-line, South to Baja California.
This show is titled “CALIFAS STYLE OLDIES” and features music by The Sapphires; Linda Jones; The Superbs; The Royal Chessman; The Players; Barbara Lewis; Billy Stewart; The Temptations; The Miracles; Barbara Mason; Baby Washington; Brenda and the Tabulations; Bertha Tillman; Eddie Holman; The Delfonics; The Stylistics; The Intruders; The Marvelows; The Supremes; and The Dramatics.
We THANK YOU for stopping by the East LA Revue.com Internet Radio. We hope that you enjoyed the “CALIFAS STYLE OLDIES” show and we encourage everyone to check out the other DJ podcasts on the page. And check out our features including the Vinyl Classics page. Audio Recording and Music Mix by Steven Chavez; Produced by Frank Arzaga and Steven Chavez. Recording Time 77m 24s

windows media playerSoul Cruising V. 2 uploaded 8/6/16

macs or mp3 player Soul Cruising V. 2 uploaded 8/6/16

Orale and welcome to another “SECOND TIME AROUND SHOW” with your host FRANKIE FIRME with his latest show titled “SOUL CRUISING V. 2” with plenty of Classic Soul, Oldies but Goodies, and Hip-Latin Soul Music for your pleasure. So kick-back with someone you’re tight with and enjoy the ride.


That’s over Two hours and Forty-two minutes of music, just for you. A full buffet of music with all-you-can hear. We thank you for logging-on and we encourage everyone to check out the other DJ podcast shows. There is something for everyone.

Recording Time 2h 42m 23s.

 



windows media player Smooth Soul uploaded 12/3/16

macs or mp3 player Smooth Soul uploaded 12/3/16

Welcome everybody to the 48th edition of the Great American Song Book here at East LA Revue’s Internet Jukebox where you can hear the best of eastside sounds 24/7 and 365 days a year, from Tex-Mex, Oldies But Goodies, Ballads, Boleros, Latin Jazz & Soul, Jazz Instrumentals, Jazz vocal Standards and many more from the Pacific to the Atlantic from Japan to Holland, Mexico, Guatemala and all around the globe.
On this edition I am calling Smooth Soul and feature 16 artists and 16 classic tunes and I start off the first half with Al Green and his gold hit Let's Stay Together followed by Teddy Pendergrass with his hit Turn Out The Lights, Debra Laws with Ronnie Laws and her hit Very Special, Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes with their gold hit Hope That We Can Be Together Soon, The Whispers with their hit This Time, Smokey Robinson & The Miracles with their hit We've Come Too Far To End It Now and rounding out the first half of the show with Carrie Lucas with The Whispers and her hit Just A Memory.
To start the last half of the show I chose The Temptations with their version of classic doo wop hit Life But A Dream followed The Four Tops and their hit Still Water Love, Bloodstone and their hit Natural High, Cold Blood with their version of a Stevie Wonder classic Sunshine Of My Life then I went  with Chicago and their classic No Tell Lover, Sal Rodriguez & Isaac Avila and their cover of the Chicago hit Happy Man followed Tierra with Old School Jam and to end the 48th  edition of the Great American Song Book I went with Little Willie G. and newer version of his classic hit with Thee Midniters called It  Will Never Be Over For Me.
So if love the sweet smooth sounds of soul then log on to www.eastlarevue.com scroll to the Great American Song Book with the Chino as he presents for your listening and dancing pleasure some Smooth Soul to get your heart and feet moving and feel free to contact him on Facebook at Great American   Songbook page or at Chino777@aol.com to let him know what you think of the show or what you may want to hear and I will try and make it happen. Thanks you, Howard “Chino” Ng Host-Producer of The Great American Song Book  Chino777@aol.com  www.eastlarevue.com

windows media playerMen with Guitars uploaded 11/26/16

macs or mp3 player Men with Guitars uploaded 11/26/16

Welcome everybody to the 47th edition of the Great American Song Book Show for you Thanksgiving Holiday weekend. On this edition I am happy to present for your listening and dancing pleasure my show I am calling Men With Guitars and hope you enjoy the music of George Benson with his tune Affirmation followed by Jamie Valle with his version of a Quincy Jones classic Killer Joe, Chris Mello with his tune Clouds Over Caracas, Luis Salinas with his tune Muy Latino, Jimmy Imperial with his tune Te Quiero, Peter White with his tune Just Give Me A Chance, John Pizzarelli with his cover of a Duke Ellington / Lee Gaines classic hit Just Squeeze Me, Carlos Santana with his hit Make Somebody Happy followed by his brother Jorge Santana with his hit Love The Way, Kenny Rankin with his version of  the George Harrison hit Well My Guitar Gently Weeps, Kenny Loggins with his hit tune Return To Pooh Corner, Jim Messina with his hit Loving You Lady, Jimmy Buffett with his hit tune I Hear I Was Born Yesterday and ending the 47th show with Earl Klugh and his cover of the classic tune The Promise.
So if you love the sounds of instrumental guitars with some great voices with some of them than log on to www.eastlarevue.com and stroll down the Internet Jukebox to the Great American Song Book with the Chino as he presents to you for your listening and dancing pleasure the sweet smooth sounds of Men With Guitars for your listen and dancing pleasure and if you feel like you have a request please let me know and I will do my best to make it happen. Thanks again from Howard Chino Ng Host/Producer of The Great American Song Book Chino777@aol.com Facebook @ Great American Song Book




windows media playerKickin' It Tejano Style uploaded 11/214/16

macs or mp3 playerKickin' It Tejano Style uploaded 11/21/16

Orale, We're back on the East LA Revue Internet with a New Chicano Express Radio as we're Kickin' It, Tejano Style with more New Tejano Tunes & Classic Tex-Mex/Tejano Sounds with great artists such as: Johnny D. Hernandez, Los Arcos/Hnos. Pena, Felicidad w/Laura Canales, Velocidad, Los Blues, Ruben y Su Klicka Tejana, Jessica Sanchez, Joe Jama, Melina (Narezo), Bobby Vega yVendetta, Joe Lara Y Xpression, La Compania De Tony Hernandez, Shelly Lares w/Ram Herrera, Fish y Sus Favoritos, Roberto Pulido y Los Clasicos, Vel Omarr, & Tall City Band.
Like I said, We're Kickin' It, Tejano Style & we hope you enjoy the brown sounds of today & yesteryear on Chicano Express Radio in the Internet Jukebox. Have a great on Mi Gente & please keep a prayer in your hearts for our brave soldiers in the U.S. military. Have a great day!!!  Listen to Chicano Express Radio at www.chicanoexpress.com. Orale!!!



windows media player Interview with Manuel Acuna uploaded 10/23/16

macs or mp3 player Interview with Manuel Acuna uploaded 10/23/16

Welcome to “Chicano Highlights” with Roberto “El Beto-man” Tijerina. On this show we are interviewing MANUEL ACUNA from Coolidge, Arizona.
Manuel is a second-generation Mexican in the USA. He came from a medium-sized migrant family. They worked the cotton fields in Arizona and other crops in Southern California during the 1950s and 1960s. The City of Coolidge is a small agricultural-based town about 60 miles south of Phoenix, AZ. Manuel’s family struggled to make ends meet and to survive the migrants’ life. Many times, the fortunes of the family were dictated by natural phenomenon and the weather. Many families were deprived of a continuous education because of the economics and the family occupation. Cotton-picking and cultivation is very hard work. He talks of his adolescent years, growing up in a racially mixed barrio, and working for the Anglo-land owners. He says the town was not segregated but controlled. He dealt with people, who had racial attitudes and knew nothing else.
Manuel was drafted into the US Army at age 19 years old, during the mid-sixties – The Vietnam War era. He reported to Fort Bliss, Texas on New Year’s Eve of 1966. He was trained and worked as a Combat Engineer in Vietnam, initially landing at Bien Hua Air Base during a mortar/rocket attack. He says that his time in Vietnam would influence many events in his life. He gives us a first-hand account of the social upheaving towards the returning veterans. He developed phobias and relations that are very much related to PTSD, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. His present wife saved his life and expresses his appreciation to his parents for setting him straight. This is a very compelling story and hits home with many people, in our audience. We would like to thank the guests for their willingness and openness to share personal life experiences. We try to present a cross-section and reflection of our community. Please, check out this audio interview.
We Thank You for stopping by and joining us on this segment of Chicano Highlights with El Beto-man, here on the East LA Revue Internet Radio. This show was produced by Steven Chavez and Robert Tijerina for educational purposes. Recording Time 63m 53s




Chico

windows media player Soul y Sabor uploaded 11-27-16

macs or mp3 player Soul y Sabor uploaded 11-27-16

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. As we celebrate our 10th year on EastLArevue.com in this new show we mix the colorful sounds of Latin Jazz and Soul.  Tune in and enjoy the sounds and talents of: Soul y Sabor showcases the fine sounds and talents of: Poncho Sanchez, Mestizo L.A., Mantrap Band, E.L.A. Philharmonic, El Chicano, DeLeon Brothers, Cintron, Tierra, Joe Bataan, Canela, BLVD Knights, Ralfi Pagan, Chico Band, Tarzana Latin Jazz Band, Malo and the best in Musical Pan Dulce.  Thank you for listening and your continued support. 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 Facebook Gozando with Chico & Chico Manqueros. We remind you to please keep the spirit of musica alive in your hearts and your homes.

Recording time:  79:43

 

windows media playerQue Suave uploaded 11-27-16

 macs or mp3 player Que Suave uploaded 11-27-16

 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. Que Suave showcases the fine sounds and talents of: Tito Puente, Dr. Bobby Rodriguez, Mario Flores Latin Jazz band, Anthony Kronfle, Malo, E.L.A. Philharmonic, Latin Soul Project, Boogaloo Assasins, Tierra, Little Willie G., Joe Bataan, Lee Oskar 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 Facebook Gozando with Chico & Chico Manqueros. We remind you to please keep the spirit of musica alive in your hearts and your homes.

Recording time:  79:25

Suave Grooves y Ritmos Latinos……

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
Suavegrooves@yahoo.com
Executive Producer - Howard "El Chino" Ng

 


windows media player Just Good Music uploaded 11/21/16

macs or mp3 player Just Good Music uploaded 11/21/16

Orale, I'm back here on The East L.A Revue Internet Radio Show, My name is Manuel and this is the No Que No Show. Today we brought out some vintage WAR, Earth-Wind & Fire, and topped it off with Tower Of Power we start off with . . . . . 
WAR; Peace Sign, East L.A, Spill The Wine, Grey Rainy Days, Deliver The World, Leroy's Latin Lament (medley), The World Is A Ghetto.
Earth-Wind & Fire; Evil, Head To The Sky, That's The Way Of The World, Reasons, Sing A Song, Happy Feelings.     
Tower Of Power; Some Days Were Meant For Rain, Come Back Baby, It's So Nice, This Time It's Real, By Your Side, Your Still A Young Man, Sparkling In The Sand.
Thanks to Steven Chavez, and the great technicians here at Chavez Bay Studios, were able to put this together for you to enjoy and reminisce, Orale and Thank You for stopping by.

Recording Time 1 H 48 M 52 S

 




windows media playerDREAMS OF DOO WOP #26 uploaded 9/23/16

macs or mp3 player DREAMS OF DOO WOP #26 uploaded 9/23/16

Welcome to the DREAMS OF DOO WOP Show with DJ Sugar Bear here on the East LA Revue Internet Radio. Sugar Bear continues with a special mix of DOO WOP FOR LOVERS # 26. So get close with someone you’re tight with and let’s take a cruise.
We begin with music by: ROBERT & BOBBY; THE IMPRESSIONS; PHIL & HARVE; WILLIE G; GENE CHANDLER;THE DANLEERS; THE DELLS; LLOYD PRICE; THE PISTOLS; THE WHISPERS; ALEXANDER O’NEAL & CHERRELLE; THE JESTERS; ISLEY BROTHERS; THE ROYAL FIVE; MESTIZO; THE MAD LADS; WAR; THE OLYMPICS; and THE ROYALS.
We thank you or stopping by and joining us here on the East LA Revue Internet Radio @ www.eastLArevue.com with DJ Sugar Bear and “DOO WOP FOR LOVERS # 26”. We encourage everyone to check-out the other DJ podcasts on this page and the Vinyl Classics as well.

 Recording Time 61m 47s

windows media playerDOO WOP FOR LOVERS #24 uploaded 7/9/16

macs or mp3 player DOO WOP FOR LOVERS #24 uploaded 7/9/16

Welcome to the DREAMS OF DOO WOP Show with DJ Sugar Bear here on the East LA Revue Internet Radio. Sugar Bear continues with a special mix of Doo Wop of Lovers #24. So, kick-back, relax, and enjoy the cruise.
We begin with music by: LITTLE JULIAN HERRERA; BERTHA TILLMAN; THE VELVETONES; THE CUFFLINKS; SHIRLEY & LEE; BILLY STEWART; THE LADDERS; JAMES & BOBBY PURIFY; THE OCOPELLAS; THE CELLOS; GENE CHANDLER; THE BLENDTONES; EDDIE HOLMAN; JOCKIE ROSS; THE HEARTBEATS; ROYAL FIVE; THE SPANIELS; THE RING LEADERS; and SMOKEY ROBINSON.
We thank you or stopping by and joining us here on the East LA Revue Internet Radio @ www.eastLArevue.com to join DJ Sugar Bear and “Doo Wop for Lovers #24”. We encourage everyone to check-out the other DJ podcasts on this page and the Vinyl Classics as well. Recording Time 57m 41s

 

 




windows media playerMusical Routes in Rhythm & Blues #5uploaded 11/4/16

macs or mp3 player Musical Routes in Rhythm & Blues #5 uploaded 11/4/16

Hello again and welcome to “Musical Routes – Rhythm and Blues Show #5” with your host and DJ Tom Morin. Tom went deep into the record vaults and extracted some rare gems for your entertainment and listening pleasure. Every song is recorded directly from our vinyl 45s and LPs for a deeper and richer tone and fidelity. It doesn’t sound better than this my friends. Check it out and enjoy the gift of music.
The song list includes some very interesting singles and was recorded especially for you. This show features our favorite female singing group - The Chantels with “So Sure of Love, If You Try, Whoever You Are, I Love You So, Every Night, and Look In My Eyes”. Tom continues with his special mix of songs including Respect by Otis Redding, Twine Time by Alvin Cash & the Crawlers, Selfish One by Jackie Ross, What’s the Matter (with you baby) by Marvin Gaye & Kim Weston, Time is Tight by Booker T & the MGs, Harlem Nocturne by The Viscounts, What’s Your Name by Don & Juan, Most of All by The Moon Glows, Groovy Baby by Billy Abbott, Stoney End by Laura Nyro, Don’t Say Nothing Bad by The Cookies, For Your Love by Ed Townsend, and You Waited Too Long by The Five Stair-Steps. Next, DJ Tom presents a set of songs by Ray Charles from his “Modern Sounds in Country & Western” record album. We hear “You Don’t Know Me, Make No Difference Now, Hey Good Lookin’, Careless Love, and You Are The Sunshine” with Margie Hendrix (also from the Cookies).
We thank you for logging-on and checking out the fifth edition of Musical Routes – Rhythm & Blues Show with Tom Morin. Please check out the other DJ shows and special features here on this music site. Our staff and DJs work many hours and they all pride themselves in presenting quality productions. The Vinyl Classics feature is cool too. Enjoy the East LA Revue Internet Radio music. Recording Time 1h 9m 55s

 

 


windows media playerSapos Digital Vinyl Revolucion  Volume 2 - 2016 uploaded 8/6/16

macs or mp3 player Sapos Digital Vinyl Revolucion  Volume 2 - 2016 uploaded 8/6/16

EastLArevue.com presents Sapo’s Digital Vinyl Revolucion II for 2016. 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: Bee Gees, The Emotions, Skeeter Davis, The Sleepwalkers, Brothers Johnson, Spanky & Our Gang, Janis Joplin, Don McLean, Allen Toussaint, The Seekers, The Steve Miller Band, Karen Carpenter Clarence Clemons & Jackson Browne, Blood Sweat And Tears, Iron Butterfly, The Alienz, The Dramatics, War and Alanis Morissette. Many of the analog stereo recordings represent a period when tape and vinyl were the standard formats for radio programming. The CDs with occasional Internet tracks showcase how music has succumbed 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.
The Way It Was (LP) Bee Gees (1976) Children Of The World (RSO Polydor); From Toys To Boys (CD) The Emotions (Re-released 1979) Chronicle: Greatest Hits (Stax); I Can't Stay Mad At You (LP) Skeeter Davis (Re-release 1975) Mellow Moments (RCA); Make It Up To You (CD) The Sleepwalkers (2016) Roots Rockin With The Sleepwalkers (Independent); I'll Be Good To You (LP) Brothers Johnson (1976) Look Out For #1 (AM); Give A Damn (CD) Spanky & Our Gang (1969) The Best Of Spanky & Our Gang 20th Century Masters The Millennium Collection; Maybe (LP) Janis Joplin More Heavy Sounds (Columbia); Dreidel (45) Don McLean (1972) Single (Silver Spotlight Series UA); Brickyard Blues (CD) Allen Toussaint (Re-released 2006) I'll Take You There (Hearmusic promotion); I'll Never Find Another You (45) The Seekers Single (Starline Capitol); All Your Love (I Miss Loving) (CD) The Steve Miller Band Wide River; Make Believe It's The Your First Time (Cassette) Karen Carpenter (1996) Karen Carpenter (AM); You're A Friend Of Mine (CD) Clarence Clemons & Jackson Browne Sounds Of The Eighties - The Mid '80s: Take Two; Lady Put Out The Light (LP) Blood Sweat And Tears (1977) Brand New Day (ABC); Flowers and Beads (CD) Iron Butterfly (1968) In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida (ATCO); Indo-America (cassette) The Alienz Indo-America (Duality); Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get (CD) The Dramatics Groove - Soulful Sounds For Summer (Hear music); Summer Dreams (LP) War (1983) Life (Is So Strange) (RCA); and 21 Things I Want In A Lover (CD) Alanis Morissette (2002) Under Rug Swept. Recording Time 76m 15s

 

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