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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 SUMMER BLUES uploaded 8/7/16

macs or mp3 player SUMMER BLUES uploaded 8/7/16

Welcome to the SECOND TIME AROUND SHOW with our host and DJ FRANKIE FIRME, the Al Capone of the Microphone and the Hit-man of West Coast Chicano Soul, spinning the finest music right here on the East LA Revue Internet Radio. We are heard around the corner, coast to coast, and around the world on our internet jukebox and we Thank You for listening in. Come and join us for this show titled “SUMMERTIME BLUES”, a compilation of music selected just for you!
The musical artists on this show include: JANIS JOPLIN; JOE COCKER; THE LATIN SOUL PROJECT; LITTLE MILTON; MIKE PACHELLI; STEVIE RAY VAUGHN; SUSAN TEDESCHI; JIMMY REED; BB KING & BONNIE RAITT; BLUE DICE; BRUTHER BONES; BUDDY MILES; IRMA THOMAS; ETTA JAMES; “LAVA” GONZALEZ; MIGHTY JOE HOUSTON; NUESTRO; RANDY GARIBAY; SPICE; THE DELGADO BROTHERS; MARK GUERRERO; LALO GUERRERO; THE GALLS-TONES; AND CHARLES BROWN.  
Well, like all good songs and all good rides, this show has come to an end. We thank you for stopping by and enjoying the finest music on-the-planet. We encourage everyone to check out the many DJ podcasts on this music site and check out the Vinyl Classics on the EAST LA REVUE Internet Radio @ www.eastLArevue.com. There is something for everyone, and if you like what you hear drop us a line at stevenchavez68@hotmail.com. Production Credits: Steven Chavez - audio/music/recording and editing; Frank Arzaga - music selection & research/all audio.

Recording Time 83m 20s



windows media playerSweet Soul Music I uploaded 9/23/16

macs or mp3 player Sweet Soul Music I uploaded 9/23/16

Welcome everybody to the 38th edition of the Great American Song Book here at East LA Revue's Internet Jukebox @ www.eastlarevue.com where you can hear the best of the eastside sounds 24/7 and 365 days a year all over the World Wide Web. We feature all genres of music from Tejano, Ranchera, Latin jazz and Soul, R&B, Oldies but Goodies to contemporary Jazz, Smooth Jazz and Vocals to Classic Instrumentals all for your listening and dancing pleasure.
On this edition I am calling Sweet Soul Music I will feature the classic sounds from over 50 years ago the music that we heard on AM Radio to start off the first half of the 38th edition I chose The Chi-Lites with their gold hit Stoned Out Of My Mind followed by The Friends Of Distinction and the hit Love Or Let Me Be Lonely, Barrett Strong with his hit Money, Gladys Knight & The Pips and their hit Friendship Train, Jackie Ross with her hit Selfish One, Eddie Holman with Hey There Lonely Girl, Leon Haywood with It's Got To Be Mellow, The Delfonics with La La Means I Love You, The Righteous Brothers with My Soul & Inspiration, Martha Reeves & The Vandellas gold classic Come And Get These Memories, The Four Tops with It's The Way Nature Planned It and rounding off the first half of the show with Garland Green with his hit Jealous Kind Of Fella.
For the second half of the 38th edition I chose Brenda & The Tabulations with Dry Your Eyes followed by The O'Jays with I'll Be Sweeter Tomorrow, Dorothy Moore with Misty Blue, Barbara Mason with her hit Yes I'm Ready, The Young Hearts with I've Got Love For My Baby, Don & Juan with their hit What's Your Name, Barbara Lewis with Baby I'm Yours, Deon Jackson with Love Makes The World Go Round, Smokey Robinson & The Miracles with You've Really Got A Hold On Me, Lil Caesar & The Romans with their gold hit Those Oldies But Goodies, Lenny Welch with his big hit Since I Fell For You and to end the 38th edition of the Song Book with The Drifters and their hit Up On The Roof.
So if you have some free time on your hands and you enjoy the sounds of classic Sweet Soul Music then log onto www.eastlarevue.com and the Internet Jukebox and scroll down to The Great American Song Book with me the Chino as I take you on a journey for the next 80 minutes for your listening & dancing pleasure to the sounds of the pass that are so surely miss in today’s radio airwaves.
Thanks to all the listeners in San Jose, Sacramento, and San Francisco in Northern California and to those in Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Norway, Finland, United Kingdom and all Pacific Islanders, Japan, China, Korea, Mexico, Guatemala, Australia and the world. Howard Chino Ng, Host Producer of The Great American Song Book Chino777@aol.com

 

windows media playerLatin Rhythm uploaded 9/16/16

macs or mp3 player  Latin Rhythm uploaded 9/16/16

Welcome everybody to the 37th edition of the Great American Song Book here at East LA Revue's Internet Jukebox @www.eastlarevue.com where you can hear the best of the eastside sounds 24/7 and 365 days a year all over the World Wide Web. We feature all genres of music from Tejano, Ranchera, Latin jazz and Soul, R&B, Oldies but Goodies to contemporary Jazz, Smooth Jazz and Vocals to Classic Instrumentals all for your listening and dancing pleasure.
On this edition which I am calling Latin Rhythms and feature 15 artists from the music world some new to the show and some classic legends of the past help celebrate this show and we start the first half of the show with Jeff Self & the Tricky Lix Latin Jazz Band and a tune called Encognito followed by Luis Papo Marquez with Sambita to Turi, Willie Bobo with his hit Suitcase Full Of Dreams, Lex Eazy And The Mambo Club with the tune Mue Samba, Poncho Sanchez with Para Ti, The Estrada Brothers with Mr. Ray and rounding off the first half of the show with the legendary Eddie Cano and his tune Cal's Pals.
To lead off the last half of the show I went with some friends from just a little north of East LA known as The Nuestro Band and their tune Sal Cara/TAke Her Out followed by Rafael Pollo Brito with the lovely tune Regalame Tu Amor, Jeff Narell with the tune Algeria, Mambo Zombies with the tune Tu No Me Quieres then I went with my friend Jeff Eaton and his cover of a War classic tune All Day Music and followed the with the legendary Cal Tjader with Manila and then I went with the late great Joe Cuba Sextet and the lovely tune I Talk To The Trees and then I picked to close out the 37th edition the group known as Mazz and their lovely bolero melody Cancionces De Amor.
So if you enjoy the sweet sound of Latin rhythms and you have 80 minutes of time then come and join the Internet Jukebox here at www.eastlarevue.com and scroll down to the Great American Song Book with me the Chino as I take you to another place and time with Latin Rhythms for your listening & dancing pleasure. And please let me know what you think of the show or what you may want to hear on the show and I will try my best to make it happen.
Thank you to our listening audience in Aztlan, San Antonio, Oklahoma, Los Angeles, Albuquerque, Denver, Phoenix, Dallas, El Paso, Illinois, Boston, Atlanta, Mount Vernon, and New York, Puerto Rico. Thank you in San Jose, Sacramento, and San Francisco in Northern California. Thank you in Europe, including The Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Norway, Finland, United Kingdom and all Pacific Islanders, Japan, China, Korea, Mexico, Guatemala, Australia and the world. Howard Chino Ng Host Producer of The Great American Song Book Chino777@aol.com www.eastlarevue.com. Recording Time 80m 20s

 




windows media playerHasta Las Cachas uploaded 8/17/16

macs or mp3 playerHasta Las Cachas uploaded 8/17/16

Orale Mi Gente. We've got more Tejano hasta las cachas on this version of Chicano Express Radio on the East LA Revue Internet Jukebox as we're playing Puro Onda with Tejano Stars of the Past & of the Present plus other genres like: Oscar G. & Adalberto, Los Peppers, Los Monarcas, Marky Lee, Rey Reyna & Aftershock, Elida Reyna y Avance, Los Aguilares, Tony G. y La Sombra, Randy Garibay, Los Chavalos, Jerry Lopez, Buster Poindexter & His Bandnesh of Blue, Los Dos Gilbertos, Mel Villarreal y Nuevo Unicos, Lucky Joe, Rudy "Tee" Gonzalez y Los Reno Bops, & Los Fabulosos 4, ending out the list for your musical entertainment.
Thank you ever so much for logging on & listening to Chicano Express Radio with you host DJ Crazy Chuy on the East LA Revue Internet Jukebox. Chicano Express Radio can be heard in its extended/daily version @ www.chicanoexpress.com.

Recording Time 60m 8s



windows media player THE COTTON PICKER, an ODYSSEY uploaded 9/10/16

macs or mp3 player THE COTTON PICKER, an ODYSSEY uploaded 9/10/16

Q-Vo and welcome to Chicano Highlights with Roberto “El Beto-man” Tijerina here on the East LA Revue Internet Radio. On this segment we are interviewing a very interesting music composer, song-writer, and lead vocalist, JOHNNY HERNANDEZ. They discuss: Johnny’s adolescent years as he worked in the cotton fields deep in-the-heart of Texas; his musical career with his brothers in the iconic “Latinaires” and “La Familia” La Onda/Tex-Mex groups; his involvement in the political scene; and his struggles and triumphs as a solo artist. We have been to many of his live performances and can personally testify that his songs/vocals are entertainingly strong and worth every second of your time.
They start this interview with information about his parents and their eventual migration from different parts Mexico to Temple, Texas. They talk about his 13 siblings, and some of the events that occurred during Johnny’s adolescence and his personal experiences in dealing with the racism, hardships, and discrimination in that area. This story is compelling and give us a personal look into the world that Johnny came from, as depicted in his new autobiography a “THE COTTON PICKER, an ODYSSEY”.
In 1962, while he worked for a bridge-building company, his brother Jesse Hernandez drafted him into his older brother’s band “Little Joe and the Latinaires”. We get a personal insight into the beginnings of La Onda Tejana Musica and the first recordings by Johnny, Jimmy, Rocky; Jessie, and Joe Hernandez and the Latinaires. The band toured the USA.
In 1968-69, the band was performing on the West Coast (in the San Jose area) and were treated to a tour of the Height-Ashbury district to see all the hippies. During this time, the band decided to change the name of the band to “La Familia.
Beto-Man and Johnny talk about the reactions and responses of their regular fan-base to La Onda Tejana music. Also, the impact of the Beatles and the “Peace and Love” movement was very important in Johnny’s life. Right about this time, “Las Nubes” was written, scored and recorded. Johnny talks about the friendships and meetings with Carlos Santana, Rick Stevens, Cesar Chavez, the Grateful Dead, and Cal Tjader. He also met with Lopez-Reyes Tijerina in New Mexico and addresses all that in his book. Johnny then recorded his signature song “Por Un Amor”. Johnny stayed with Little Joe for 24 years, recording, traveling and performing . . . “no questions asked, ever”.
This hour-long interview was just enough time to introduce JOHNNY HERNANDEZ’ new book “The Cotton Picker, an Odyssey” to all who listen and/or read about it. This is an opportunity to get more information about his book which is available on Amazon.com and Kindle or go to Johnny Hernandez website www.JohnnyHernandez.biz.

Thank you for stopping by “Chicano Highlights”, with your host Robert “El Beto-man” Tijerina on Radio Aztlan KUCR 88.3 FM (http://www.kucr.org ). The interview was recorded and broadcast at the University of California, Riverside and podcasted on the East LA Revue.com (http://www.eastlarevue.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 59m 25s




Chico

windows media player Sabroso y Mas Suave  uploaded 9/4/16

macs or mp3 player Sabroso y Mas Suave uploaded 9/4/16

          

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: Sabroso y Mas Suave showcases the fine sounds and talents of: Nuestro Band, Frank Cano, Francisco Aguabella, Poncho Sanchez, Alex Wilson, Valtierra Latin Orchestra, Louie Cruz Beltran, Jaja Matsimela Band, Scott Martin, Bobby Rodriguez, Joe Bataan, El Chicano, Mongo Santamaria Latin Soul Syndicate 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:  78:01

 

windows media player Con Smooth Latin Soul uploaded 9/4/16

 macs or mp3 player Con Smooth Latin Soul uploaded 9/4/16

  

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. Con Smooth Latin Soul showcases the fine sounds and talents of: Pete Escovedo, Company Band, Louie Cruz Beltran, Tierra, Nuestro Band, Ruben & The Jets, Oaxaca Band, Gonzalez Band, Joe Bataan, Los Lobos, Sal Perez, Cintron Band, Vel Omar & The Pzazz Band, El Chicano, Little Willie G. 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:  80:46

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 Chicano Style Oldies uploaded 9/13/16

macs or mp3 player Chicano Style Oldies uploaded 9/13/16

Orale and Welcome, My name is Manuel, and your listening to No Que No, on East L.A Revue Internet Radio Show here in Chavez Bay, I'd like to Thank Mr. Chavez once again for letting me share my music with the Great listeners of this show. On this show were going to  play the Chicano Sound, were going to hear the likes of; Ruben and The Jets - I Wanna Know, Trio Casindo and The Royal Chicano Air Force - Cruzin, Los Lobos - Sabor A Mi, Jorge Santana - Love The Way, El Chicano - Viva Tirado(live),Sapo - Sapos Montuno,Tierra - Baila Simon, El Chicano -Cayuco, Santana - Guajira, Malo - Everlasting Night, El Chicano - Cha-Chita, Malo – Suavecito (live), Sapo - I Can't Wait, Joe Bataan - My Cloud, Azteca - What You Gonna Do, El Chicano - Primavera, One More Night, and Put On A Show, also Tierra, with Together, Wanna Get Together Again, and La La Means I Love You). So much Fine Music out there, but were going to stop here. Well Gente that's my show, Thank You for stopping by, and don't forget to check out the other Shows on this page, So Till Next Time, No Que No. Recording Time 91m 48s

 




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 1 - 2016 uploaded 1/29/16

macs or mp3 player Musical Routes 1 - 2016 uploaded 1/29/16

Welcome to another show on the East LA Revue with DJ Tom Morin on his “Musical Routes – Rhythm and Blues” shows.
This show includes music by The Coasters with “Down in Mexico, Riot in Cell Block #9, Searchin’, Little Egypt, Smokey Joe’s Café”; Maxine Brown with “All in my Mind, Funny, I Need You So, Secret of Loving, Baby Cakes”;  Randy Garibay with “Anything to be in Texas, Cabeza, Fender Bender, Still Singing the Blues, To the Bone”; The Four Tops with “Still Waters (Peace) and Still Waters of Love”; Ramon “Lil Ray” Jimenez “I Who Have Nothing”: The Dramatics “In The Rain”: and Gene &Eunice with  “Poco Loco”.
We thank you checking out the “Musical Routes – Rhythm & Blues Show” with Tom Morin. Please check out the other DJ shows and special features here on this music site. We hope you enjoyed this internet radio show, where time and space surrender themselves to your precious memories and imagination. Happy Trails to you and yours. Peace.

Recording Time 1h 8m 59s


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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