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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 playerOnes That Got Away uploaded 7/30/16

macs or mp3 player Ones That Got Away uploaded 7/30/16

Frankie Firme, the Al Capone of the Microphone and the Hitman of West Coast Chicano Soul, with the Second Time Around Show where we play the finest in classic cruising Oldies but Goodies. We have something special for this show, and this show is dedicated to the ladies in our lives, and titled “THE ONES THAT GOT AWAY” with music by: The Brown Image; Thee Midniters; Tommy McCain; Tyrone Davis; The Unknowns; The Vanguards; Walter Webb; Ralfi Pagan; Pepe Marquez; Odyssey; Hank Ballard & The Midnighters; Gall-tones; The Gallahads; The Four Tops; The Elgins; The Down Beats; Donnie Elbert; Don Julien & The Larks; Delfonics; The Temptations; The Ambassadors; The Artistic; B.J. Thomas; Balance; and The Brothers of Soul.
* The Frankie Firme Theme Song “The Second Time Around Show” music credits: Hector Gonzalez, Music/Bass Guitar; Aaron Ballesteros, Drums; Ace Campos, Congas; Joey Guerra, Keyboard; Miroslava Gonzalez, Lyrics/Lead Vocalist/Background Vocals; Chris Reserva, Electric Guitar.  
We thank you for stopping by for The Second Time Around Show with Frankie Firme. We hope that you enjoyed the “ONES THAT GOT AWAY”. Please check out the other DJ shows and the Vinyl Classics feature. On www.eastLArevue.com. There is something for everyone.

Recording Time 88m 43s



windows media playerBallads & Boleros uploaded 8/28/16

macs or mp3 player Ballads & Boleros uploaded 8/28/16

Welcome everybody to the 34th 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 that I am calling Ballads & Boleros you will hear from 17 artists and to start the of the first half of the program I chose the legendary Willie Bobo and the special tune written for him by the late great Ray Gilbert called A Little Tear and followed that with Didi Scorzo and another lovely tune La Historia de Un Amore, then went to Andrea Bocelli with his guest Christina Aguilera and the classic Somos Novios, Gloria Estefan with her hit No Te Olvidare, Jose Feliciano with Si Me Comprendieras, Luis Miguel with Voy Apagar La Luz, Luis Salinas with Contigo La Distancia and rounding out the first half of the Ballads & Boleros show with Cal Tjader and Carmen McRae with the lovely bolero Besame Mucho.
For the second half of the 34th show Ballads & Boleros I chose to start with Joseph Leo Bwarie with the tune I'm Just A Lucky So and So and followed that with a good friend of the show Bobby Caldwell and his version of a Sinatra hit Come Rain Or Come Shine the went with  Ella Fitzgerald with Louis Armstrong and the tune Can't We Just Be Friends, Michael Buble with The More I See You, Nancy Wilson with Since I Feel For You, George Benson with Ready Now That You Are, John Pizzarelli with Stompin At The Savoy, Johnny Mathis with This Can't Be Love and ending the 34th show Ballads & Boleros with the late great Kenny Rankin and his wonderful version of  a Leon Russell hit (Singing)  A Song For You.
So if you love the sounds of sweet smooth Ballads & Boleros and enjoy to get close to the person you love then come and log on to www.eastlarevue.com and scroll down to the Great American Song Book with me the Chino and I take you to another place and time when you held your partner close to you and danced the time away to music that feels you heart with love and joy right here on the Internet Jukebox.
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 78m 53s

windows media playerSongs In The Key Of Life #2 uploaded 8/20/16

macs or mp3 player  Songs In The Key Of Life #2 uploaded 8/20/16

Welcome everybody to the 33rd 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 that I am returning with Songs In The Key Of Life 2 and will feature the music of 17 artists and to start of the first half of them I  went with Jane Monheit and  the tune I Used To Be Colorblind followed by Joseph Leo Bwarie with A Lot Of Lovin' To Do, Steve Tyrell with Stand By Me, Stevie Holland with The Music In Me That Plays, Kevyn Lettau with Fruta Madura, Vanessa Williams with Hello Like Before, The Rodgar Band with the tune Meu Sondo and rounding out the first half of the show with the New Swing Sextet and the tune Recuerdos de Rafael.
For the last half of the show I chose to start it with the classic Willie Bobo and the hit tune Hurt So Bad followed by Poncho Sanchez with Close Your Eyes, Luther Vandross with the tune Forever For Always For Love, Whitney Huston with I Believe In You And Me, Phil Perry with Melody Of Love, Diana Krall with Dancing In The Dark, Frank Sinatra with Baubles Bangel's & Beads, Wesla Whitfield with Young And Foolish and ending the 33rd edition of the show with Stevie Wonder and his classic hit song If It's Magic.
So if you have some free time on your hands and enjoy the sounds of sweet smooth jazz and soulful soul then log on to www.eastlarevue.com and the Internet Jukebox scroll down to the Great American Song Book with the Chino and enjoy the Songs In The Key Of Life 2 as it takes you back to another time and place.
Special thanks to our listening audience in Aztlan, San Antonio, Oklahoma, 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.

Recording Time 77m 1s

    




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 playerTribute Show for "Armando Mando Martinez" uploaded 8/17/16

macs or mp3 playerTribute Show for "Armando Mando Martinez"uploaded 8/17/16

Greetings and Welcome to CHICANO HIGHLIGHTS with your Host/DJ Roberto “Beto-man” Tijerina de Radio Aztlan KUCR 88.3 FM and re-broadcasting here on the East LA Revue Internet Radio for your listening convenience and pleasure.On this podcast, El Beto-man presents a TRIBUTE to ARMANDO “MANDO” MARTINEZ, a good friend who passed away in August 3, 2016. He was born in Brawley, CA. December 19, 1933. He is survived by his lovely spouse, Irene and their four children.
Roberto reminisces about the many years that he had worked with “Mando” at the swap-meets and car shows throughout Aztlan. Armando had a mobile business, selling Chicano-style music and merchandise in California, Arizona, Nevada, Texas, and New Mexico. His home-base was the Starlite Drive-in in South El Monte, CA. (off Rosemead Blvd). “El Beto-man” talks about the joy and excitement that music hunting and collecting brings, and the cultural significance that surrounded the truck, every time that it parked for business. It was a happening!  
El Beto-man spins some of the records that Armando Martinez played at those stops, including “Eighteen with a Bullet; Angel Baby; Me and You; Tell Him; Working on a Groovy Thing; Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye; I’m Your Puppet; Daddy’s Home; You’ve Lost That Loving Feeling; Have You Seen Her; Wooly Bully”; and much more.
We thank you for stopping by and listening to Roberto “El Beto-man” Tijerina and his “Tribute to ARMANDO “Mando” MARTINEZ”. We encourage everyone to check out the other DJ podcasting on our Home page at The East LA Revue Internet Radio @ www.EastLARevue.com. Our DJs play Oldies but Goodies; Chicano/Latin Soul; Doo Wop; Tejano; American Standards, Salsa; and Latin Jazz. And please, check-out our Vinyl Classics feature where we spin original analog vinyl records without interruption. The sound from vinyl records is the best. Thank you and good-bye for now.               

 Recording Time: 1 Hour 50 Minutes and 48 Seconds.

windows media playerFeliciano Gudoy - BSS Technology Department uploaded 2/28/16

macs or mp3 player Feliciano Gudoy - BSS Technology Department uploaded 2/28/16

Greetings and Welcome to CHICANO HIGHLIGHTS with your Host/DJ Roberto “Beto-man” Tijerina de Radio Aztlan KUCR 88.3 FM and re-broadcasting here on the East LA Revue Internet Radio for your listening convenience and pleasure. http://www.eastlarevue.com/uploads/mando15048.mp3. On this podcast, El Beto-man presents a TRIBUTE to ARMANDO “MANDO” MARTINEZ, a good friend who passed away in August 3, 2016. He was born in Brawley, CA. December 19, 1933. He is survived by his lovely spouse, Irene and their Four children.
Roberto reminisces about the many years that he had worked with “Mando” at the swap-meets and car shows throughout Aztlan. Armando had a mobile business, selling Chicano-style music and merchandise in California, Arizona, Nevada, Texas, and New Mexico. His home-base was the Starlite Drive-in in South El Monte, CA. (off Rosemead Blvd). “El Beto-man” talks about the joy and excitement that music hunting and collecting brings, and the cultural significance that surrounded the truck, every time that it parked for business. It was a happening!  
El Beto-man spins some of the records that Armando Martinez played at those stops, including “Eighteen with a Bullet; Angel Baby; Me and You; Tell Him; Working on a Groovy Thing; Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye; I’m Your Puppet; Daddy’s Home; You’ve Lost That Loving Feeling; Have You Seen Her; Wooly Bully”; and much more.
We thank you for stopping by and listening to Roberto “El Beto-man” Tijerina and his “Tribute to ARMANDO “Mando” MARTINEZ”. We encourage everyone to check out the other DJ podcasting on our Home page at The East LA Revue Internet Radio @ www.EastLARevue.com. Our DJs play Oldies but Goodies; Chicano/Latin Soul; Doo Wop; Tejano; American Standards, Salsa; and Latin Jazz. And please, check-out our Vinyl Classics feature where we spin original analog vinyl records without interruption. The sound from vinyl records is the best. Thank you and good-bye for now.                

Recording Time: 1 Hour 50 Minutes and 30 Seconds.




Chico

windows media player Gozando Smooth y Suave   uploaded 7/24/16

macs or mp3 player Gozando Smooth y Suave   uploaded 7/24/16

      

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: Gozando Smooth y Suave showcases the fine sounds and talents of: Willie Bobo, El Chicano, Little Joe y La Familia, Joe Bataan, Tierra, Malo, Latin Soul Project, Cintron, Mestizo L.A., Landy Nova, Royal Jesters, Bertha Oropeza & Ruben Hernandez, Little Willie G., Sal Rodriguez, The Company Band, Adelaide, The Bullets 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:  80:52

 

windows media playerSuave Latin Soul   uploaded 7/8/16

 macs or mp3 player Suave Latin Soul uploaded 7/8/16

 

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. Suave Latin Soul showcases the fine sounds and talents of: Mongo Santamaria, Francisco Aguabella, Alex Cabrera, Grupo - X, Boogaloo Assasins, Joe Bataan, Johnny Colon, Ocho, Poncho Sanchez, Scott Martin, Kool Katz, Leslie Paula, Tierra, Chico 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 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:  79:27

 

 

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 Dr. Loco & the Rockin 'Jalepenos' uploaded 8/24/16

macs or mp3 player Dr. Loco & the Rockin 'Jalepenos' uploaded 8/24/16

Orale Y Que Pasa, Welcome to No Que No Show Here on The One and only East LA Revue Internet Radio Show, My name is Manuel, and on today’s show were gonna get Muy Loco, and play some Dr. Loco and The Rockin’ Jalapenos. Now the music I put together comes from; The Con/Safos, Movimieto Music, Puro Party, and Ritmos and Blues collection. My play list includes; El Picket Sign, Mexicanamericano, Cumbia Del Sol, Chuco Suave, Chile Pie, Ramfunkcha, Carino Nuevo,Tarde For Regrets, Vamos A Bailar Pancha's Mix, Volver, Return, Framed, Barrio East Los, Camelia The Chicana, Home Girl De La Mision, Home Boys Boogie, Rosa Maria, and Cuando Vivas. YEAH, can you believe that, all that Good Musica here on East L.A Revue Internet Radio. "BOMBAS" that's just Too Good. Well Gente hope you enjoy this Great Musica, and till next time, No Que No.

Recording Time 81m 40s




windows media playerDREAMS OF DOO WOP #25 uploaded 7/28/16

macs or mp3 player DREAMS OF DOO WOP #25 uploaded 7/28/16

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 #25. So get close with someone you’re tight with and enjoy the cruise.
We start our show with music by: The Dubs; Dale & Grace; Rene & Ray; The Harp tones; Jive Five; The Shields; The Impressions; The Dells; The Inclinations; Carousels; Hector Rivera & Renaissance; The Griffins; The Time tones; Jimmy & the Sun Dials; Jimmy Garland; Johnny Flamingo; Smokey Robinson; The Paragons; and Harvey Averne.  
We thank you for stopping by and joining us here on the world-wide web and The East LA Revue Internet Radio @ www.eastLArevue.com. You just heard from DJ Sugar Bear and “Doo Wop for Lovers #25”. We encourage everyone to check-out the other DJ podcasts on this page and the Vinyl Classics as well.

Recording Time 58m 18s

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


 

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