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windows media playerOldies but Goodies uploaded 1/21/17

macs or mp3 player Oldies but Goodies uploaded 1/21/17

Welcome everybody to the 3rd edition of the Great American Song Book here at www.eastlarevue.com and the Internet Jukebox where the best of the Eastside sounds can be heard 24/7 and 365 days a week from Oldies, Tejano, Boleros, Trios, Ranchera, Blues, R&B Soul, Smooth Jazz, Jazz Instrumentals Latin Jazz and much more and all around the globe from LA to Tokyo, Sweden, Germany, England, Mexico and more I am calling this show Oldies But Goodies.
On this edition I will feature 27 artists from the golden years of the late 50's & 60's when I was a little kid running around East LA and hanging out at Laguna Park and Johnnie's Hot Dog Stand or the Jewel, Boulevard, Center, Golden Gate Theaters riding my back down Whittier Boulevard or cruising down it as I got older.  I start of the first half of the show with The Superbs with their hit Storybook of Love followed by Barbara Lewis with Hello Stranger, Barbara Mason with Just You And Me, Shep And The Limelites with Daddy's Home, Billy Stwart with Strange Feeling, The Radiants with Ain't No Big Thing, The Five Satins with In The Still Of The Night, The Elgins with Darling Baby, The Shirelles with Dedicated To The One I Love, The Jewels with Opportunity, The Expressions with Something I Want To Tell You, The Intruders with I  Want To Know Your Name, and closing the first half of the show with The Four Tops with their hit Ask Only The Lonely.
To start the last half of the 3rd edition of the show I went with The Chantels with Look In My Eyes followed by Don & Juan with What's Your Name, Eddie Holman with This Can't Be True, The Duprees with You Belong To Me, The Pentagons with To Be Loved, Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers with The ABC's Of Love, Smokey Robinson & The Miracles with Then I'll Try Something New, Little Anthony & The Imperials with I'm On The Outside Looking In, The Capris with There's A Moon Out Tonight, The Incredibles with I'll Make It Easy, Jerry Butler with Never Gonna Give You Up, Jr. Walker And The All Stars with What Does It Take, Jackie Ross with Selfish One and ending the 3rd edition of the Great American Song Book with Bobby Marchan and his golden hit There's Something On Your Mind.
So if you feel like taking a trip down memory lane and go back to the days of your youth and when you called your friends to just kick it around the park or cruise down the  Boulevard to see what's happening than log on to the Internet Jukebox at www.eastlarevue.com and scroll down to the Great American Song Book with the Chino as he presents you with a new show every week and always something new every week and also check out all the other fine programs and show the Internet Jukebox offers and events to come. Thanks for all your support of the Great American Song Book and East La Revue Internet Radio. Howard Chino Ng Host Producer Chino777@aol.com.

 

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macs or mp3 player GASB 2 - 2017 uploaded 1/14/17

Welcome everybody to the 2nd edition of the Great American Song Book here at www.eastlarevue.com and the Internet Jukebox where the best of the Eastside sounds can be heard 24/7 and 365 days a week from Oldies, Tejano, Boleros, Trios, Ranchera, Blues, R&B Soul, Smooth Jazz, Jazz Instrumentals Latin Jazz and much more and all around the globe from LA to Tokyo, Sweden, Germany, England, Mexico and more.
On this 2nd edition I will feature 19 artists from the music world and to start of the 8 songs with be Ian Shaw with his wonderful version of the classic tune Artie Butler tune Here's To Life followed by my good friend Melissa Morgan and her cover of the classic tune Judy Garland tune By Myself , Jamie Cullum with his cover of Johnny Mercer tune Give Me The Simple Life, Bette Midler with her cover of the Peggy Lee classic tune Is That All There Is, Billy Eckstine with the tune It's Easier Said Than Done, Anita O'Day with Why Shouldn't I, Bobby Caldwell with his tune Tomorrow, Walter Wonderly & Astrud Gilberto with the classic Tony Hatch tune Call Me, and rounding out the first half of the show with Barry Manilow and his very own composition Good Bye My Love.
To start the last half of the show I chose a lovely tune covered by the Banda Brothers and the version of the classic Daniel Valdez tune Primavera followed by C-4 Trio and Rafael Pollo Brito and their tune Hasta Que Vuelvas, Gregory Porter with a lovely tune In Heaven , Boz Scaggs with his version of the classic tune I Should Care, Diane Schuur with her version of the classic the Billie Holiday his Come Rain Or Come Shine, Dr. John with his version of the classic Johnny Mercer hit Candy, Eliane Elias cover of the Antonio Carlos Jobim classic tune Photograph, Frank Sintra with his tune Crazy Love, Diana Krall with her lovely tune I'll String Along With You and to bring the show to the end I chose a lovely bolero from Cheo Feliciano called Orto Bolero.
So if you want to take a trip down memory lane for your listening and dancing pleasure and hear the smooth sounds of the classic American Standards then log on to www.eastlarevue.com and scroll down to the Great American Song Book with me the Chino as I present the lovely sounds of the American Standards that you never hear on the radio airways of today's music scene and enjoy. Thanks, Howard Chino Ng, Host – Producer of The Great American Song Book on www.eastlarevue.com.

 



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macs or mp3 player Fall Cruise uploaded 1/11/17

We are here with a new show with Frankie Firme, the Al Capone of the Microphone and the Hitman of West Coast Chicano Soul, and the Second Time Around Show. We are spinning the finest in classic cruising Oldies but Goodies on this show, titled “FALL CRUISE”
The weather has changed but the music here is mas firme with music by: Aalon; The Admirations; The Ambassadors; The Independents; Mantrap; The Marvelettes; Mary J. Blige; Suave; House Arrest; Hugh Masekela; TIERRA; The 3 Jades; Billy Stewart; Becky Cordova; Average White Band; Archie Bell & The Drells; Theron & Derrell; TNT Band; Tommy Turner; Tower of Power; US 3; Vudu Café; WAR; The Whispers; Lil Willie G; Mark Guerrero; Major Lance; The Main Ingredients; Louie Parra & The Mad-Latins; Los Mocosos; Loretta Holloway; The Masqueraders; and Thee Midniters. 
We thank you for stopping by The East LA Revue Internet Radio for this edition of The Second Time Around Show with Frankie Firme. We hope that you enjoyed the “FALL CRUISE”. Please check out the other DJ shows and the Vinyl Classics feature here on the internet jukebox @ www.eastLArevue.com. There is something for everyone. Ay Te Watcho! Recording Time 2h 14m 28s

 

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macs or mp3 player Going Through The Motions uploaded 12/10/6/16

Frankie Firme, the Al Capone of the Microphone and the Hit-man of West Coast Chicano Soul is spinning the finest music right here on the East LA Revue Internet Radio. We welcome you to the SECOND TIME AROUND SHOW were we are heard around the corner; coast to coast; and around the world on our internet radio jukebox. Come and join us for this the “GOING THROUGH THE MOTIONS”.
This is a compilation of music selected just for you and includes music by: AL WILSON; KAZU MATSUI PROJECT; IMAGINATION; THE IMPRESSIONS; IRMA THOMAS; THE ISLEY BROTHERS; NUESTRO; J. KELLY & THE PREMIERES; JACKIE WILSON; THE OLYMPICS; JIMMY HOLIDAY; ALL GREEN; BECKY CODOVA; THE ALIENZ; THE AMBASSADORES; VUDU CAFÉ; NITA BAKER; ARCHIE BELL & THE DRELLS; ARETHA FRANKLIN; ARIEL PINK’S HAUNTED GRAFITTI; ART & PHIL; ARTHUR ALEXANDER; TIERRA; THE ARNETTES; THEE MIDNITERS; THE WHISPERS; AUPRA; THE BABY DOLLS; ODYSSEY; WLATER WEBB & THE HIGHLITERS; TOWER OF POWER; THE INTRUDERS; ISSAC AVILA and MANTRAP.
We thank you for stopping by and we encourage everyone to check out the other DJ podcasts on this music site and check out the VINYL CLASSICS. We would like to thank all of our listeners and we wish you warm love! Recording Time: 2 Hours; 17 Minutes; 44 Seconds




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macs or mp3 playerChicano y Tejano Rolas 2017 uploaded 1/15/17

Orale Mi Gente!!! Chicano Express Radio is back on the Internet Jukebox & bringing More Tejano & Chicano Rolas as we're playing them nonstop to keep your hear pumpin' & your feet moving to the beat of the great brown sounds from: Roger Velasquez w/Little Joe, Jimmy Edward, Los Monarcas, Los Peppers, Los Lonely Boys, Cindy Ramos. Fandango, Los Pekadorez, Alfonos Ramos y Su Orq. Pete & Sheila Escovedo, Ram Herrera y Montana Bd, Humberto "Beto" Ramon, Paula w/Carlos Guzman y Su Conjunto, DW3, Bandango, Hector Gonzalez y Conj X2G, Esmeralda, Pepe Marquez, Gilberto Perez.
So dale shine as there's no parking on the dance floor or your living room with the Hot Tejano & Chicano Sounds courtesy of Chicano Express Radio. Recording Time 61m 38s



windows media playerInterview with Irma "Cui Cui" Rangel uploaded 1/13/17

macs or mp3 player Interview with Irma "Cui Cui" Rangel uploaded 1/13/17

Welcome to Chicano Highlights with your DJ/Host Roberto “El Beto-man” Tijerina. On this show, we are interviewing IRMA “Cui Cui” RANGEL. She was a jetter. They talk about her family’s background. About her up-bringing and education. Irma tells us that she was introduced to the music and cultural roots by her older Sister. She was introduced to DQU, Deganawidah Quetzalcoatl University near Davis California. She continued her education to Sacramento State University.
She started into music and dance performance. She started in Northern California with local bands. They worked for the artistas and the farm workers. It evolved into many different groups, including the Royal Chicano Air Force Band and the Farm-workers Band. She made several trips to Southern California and subsequently in the Los Angeles area. She continued her spirituality awareness and acknowledgment of life. She speaks of balance and harmony with life’s power and energy. The importance of Folklorico Danza. You cannot live without life’s wonderful elements. Cultural and roots.
Cui Cani has some recordings from the recent past and some new recorded music available. She has recently completed CD titled “Back to Basics” on the Rampart Latino Record label. Our congratulations to Irma and the record label to submission to the Academy for consideration and has been accepted and submitted to the finals.
We THANK YOU for stopping by the CHICANO HIGHLIGHTS podcast with your host Roberto “El Beto-man” Tijerina. Roberto can be heard on his weekly show at KUCR 88.3 FM Radio Aztlan and 24/7 at The East LA Revue Internet Radio. This show was produced by Irma Rangel, Roberto Tijerina and Steven Chavez. Irma’s contact information is in the interview. Check it out!

Recording Time 29m 58s

 




Chico

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macs or mp3 player  Dulce Soul uploaded 12-23-16

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: Carlos Santana, Cintron, Victor Mc Clain, Frank Gomez, The Recessions, Latin Soul Syndicate, Balance Band, La Mission Band, Malo, Tierra, Little Willie G., Bobby Matos, Bob Gallarza, Landy Nova Nuestro 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:  80:38

 

windows media playerSoul Latino uploaded 12-23-16

 macs or mp3 player Soul Latino uploaded 12-23-16

 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 Latino showcases the fine sounds and talents of: El Chicano,Company Band, Joe Bataan, Bob De Sena, Poncho Sanchez, Tower of Power, Mestizo L.A., Malo, La Mission Band, Tierra, Hank Castro, TeCheetah Lopez, E.L.A. Philharmonic, Tex Nakamura, Shane Salcido 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:  78:25

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 Boogaloo With Some Latin Soul uploaded 12/31/16

macs or mp3 player Boogaloo With Some Latin Soul uploaded 12/31/16

No Que No, Here on The ELA Revue Internet Radio Show with some Fine Musica to start the New Year Off, We're starting off todays show with: Fania All-Stars, El Raton; El Chicano, Don't Put Me Down; Village Callers, Evil Ways; Willie Bobo, Spanish Grease; Willie Rosario, Watusi Boogaloo; Perico Hernandez, Oye Como Va; Johnny Colon, Oyelo; Pete Rodriguez, I Like It Like That; Ray Barretto, Watusi 65; Monguito Santamaria, Groove Time; The Nitty Sextette, Nitty Boo Boo; Joe Cuba-Willie Torrez, My Man Speedy; Mongo Santamaria, Sofrito; One G Plus Three, Poquito Soul; Ralfi Pagan, Too Late; Joe Bataan, Es Tu Cosa; Azuquita Y Su Orquesta Melao, Dark Woman; Frankie Nieves, It's Better To Cry; Orquesta Oliveri, There's No Other Girl; Ralfi Pagan, Brother Where Are You; Harvey Averne, My Dream; Joe Cuba, I'm Insane; Landy Nova, Oh Love; Paul Ortiz, Tender Love; Joe Cuba, To Be With You; Joe Bataan, Figaro; Ralfi Pagan, Latin Soul.    
Gracias for stopping by, Hope you enjoy these fine picks, don't forget to stop by and check out the other Shows on this page, till next time, Just Take It Slow. Recording Time: 98 minutes 26 seconds.

 




windows media playerDoo Wop and Soul uploaded 12/13/16

macs or mp3 player Doo Wop and Soul uploaded 12/13/16

Greetings and welcome to the DREAMS OF DOO WOP Show with DJ Sugar Bear here on the East LA Revue Internet Radio. Sugar Bear continues with Volume 27 and a special tribute “Doo Wop and Soul”. So get close with someone you’re tight with and let’s take a cruise.
We begin with Keith Sweat; Howard Hewitt; Eddie Floyd; Sam & Dave; Wilson Pickett; Jackie Wilson; Little Beaver; Jesse Hill; Tower of Power; Mango Santamaria; Earth Wind & Fire; Billy Stewart; Bunny Sigler; and Ryan Shaw.
We thank you or stopping by and joining us here on the East LA Revue Internet Radio to join DJ Sugar Bear and Dreams of Doo Wop #27. We encourage everyone to check-out the other DJ podcasts on this page and the Vinyl Classics as well. Recording Time 63minutes 25seconds

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 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 playerSDVR 1 - 2017 AMERICAN INAUGARATION REVUE uploaded 1/11/17

macs or mp3 player SDVR 1 - 2017 AMERICAN INAUGARATION REVUE uploaded 1/11/17

American Inauguration Revue 2017: Dedicated to the Native American Water Protectors in their continued struggle to preserve Mother Earth this past year in Standing Rock, North Dakota and in Memory of George Michael.
EastLArevue.com presents Sapo’s Digital Vinyl Revolucion I 2017 and a special American Inauguration Revue. 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: Styx, Chicago, Lucinda Williams, Harold Melvin & The Bluenotes, City Folk The Temptations Jackson Browne, Bruce Hornsby & The Range, Tracy Chapman, Don Mclean, Cream, Kirsty MacColl and George Michael. This program will include short excerpt from passed presidential inaugural addresses complimented by politically and socially conscious musical selections.  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. Recording Time 1h 41m 1s

 

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