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windows media player Hector Gonzalez Interview Part 1 uploaded 7/9/17

macs or mp3 player Hector Gonzalez Interview Part 1 uploaded 7/9/17

Welcome to Chicano Highlights with your host El Beto-man aka Roberto Tijerina Cantu. This is a special interview with Hector Gonzalez. They discuss his family’s move from Mexico to the Bunker Hills District of Los Angeles during the mid-forties. Hector was introduced to the Hollywood film scene at an early age by influence of his Father’s business contacts. The family later moved and settled in Bell, California. During high school, Hector started his study and career in music. He is an accomplished Bass Guitarist and has had a successful career as a musician and band leader. He organized/performed/managed two band during the 1970-2000, “The Eastside Connection” and “Lava and the Hot Rocks” both bands have released recordings on the Rampart Records label.
His real passion and interest was in television recording and broadcast, more specifically in sound recording for a live audience. Hector and Beto-Man talk about his career and education in the Hollywood Entertainment Business. Hector decided to pursue a career in television engineering, interested in audio sound recordings. He got hired at the KABC studios in Silver Lake, CA. He wanted to perfect in-house sound for live entertaining. He worked on the Lawrence Welk Show, Family Feud, and The Price Is Right with Bob Barker, and American Bandstand with Dick Clark. He later started work with Univision on Good Morning America. He was a part of the ABC Sports coverage and received an EMMY Award as part of the live-coverage crew. He also received an Honorarium Degree to teach Chicano Studies and Broadcasts Technology.
Thank you on behalf of The East LA Revue Internet Radio, Roberto “El Beto-Man” Tijerina and Hector Gonzalez for stopping by for this interview. We encourage everyone to check out the other DJ podcasts and Vinyl Classics feature here on the East LA Revue Internet Radio @ www.eastlarevue.com  Recording Time 35n 13s

windows media player Hector Gonzalez Interview Part 2 uploaded 7/9/17

macs or mp3 player Hector Gonzalez Interview Part 2 uploaded 7/9/17

Welcome to Chicano Highlights with your host Roberto “El Beto-man” Tijerina. This is part 2 of a special interview with Hector Gonzalez. They discuss his family’s move to Los Angeles during the mid-forties. The family later moved and settled in Bell, California. During high school, Hector started his study and career in music. He is an accomplished Bass Guitarist and has had a successful career as a musician and band leader. He organized/performed/managed two band during the 1970’s - 2000, “The Eastside Connection” and “Lava and the Hot Rocks”. Both of these bands have released recordings on the Rampart Records label.
Hector and Beto-Man talk about his acquisition of Rampart Records, which was given to him by Eddie Davis in his “Last Will and Testament” when Eddie died in 1994. Hector gives us first-hand account about Eddie Davis; some history about the origins and current projects by this active record label; and information about a future documentary and movie. The talk about the West Coast Eastside Sound and the development of many Chicano bands in Southern California. Bands like The Romancers, The Premiers, The Blendells, The Jaguars with The Salas Brothers, Cannibal and the Headhunters, and El Chicano just to name of few. Check it out.
Thank you on behalf of The East LA Revue Internet Radio, Roberto “El Beto-Man” Tijerina and Hector Gonzalez for stopping by for this interview. We encourage everyone to check out the other DJ podcasts and Vinyl Classics feature here on the East LA Revue Internet Radio @ www.eastlarevue.com.  Recording Time 28m 18s



windows media playerTRIPP'S BARRIO BLUES, Episode 4 uploaded 5/26/17

macs or mp3 playerTRIPP'S BARRIO BLUES, Episode 4 uploaded 5/26/17

Welcome to TRIPP’s BARRIO BLUES SHOW here on the East LA Revue Internet Radio with DJ Tripp. This is the FOURTH volume in the Barrio Blues series just for you. We have a Special Guest with us and he has   taken over the show with his style and brand of musica. Mr. MIKE MOLINA is presently the drummer for Los Fabulocos and he has many stories and lots of music to share with us. Check it out!
On this edition, we are going to hear songs by: The 44s “JOHNNY COCHINO” (theme song for show), “SHAKE YOUR MONEY MAKER” Elmore James; “T-BONE SHUFFLE” T-Bone Walker; “YOU GOT ME DIZZY” Jimmy Reed; “HOLE IN THE WALL” Floyd Dixon; “HONEY HUSH” Big Joe Turner; “DON’T ROLL YOUR BLOOD SHOT EYUES AT ME” Waynoni Harris; “BIG 10 INCH” Big Mo Jackson; “ROCKET 88” Ike Turner with Jackie Benton; “SMOKE STACK LIGHTNING Howlin Wolf; “YOU AIN’T NOTHING BUT A HOUND DOG” Big Mama Thorton; “ACT RIGHT” & “JUMP JACK BENNY” Waynoni Carr; “SOMETHING GOT A HOLD ON ME” Etta James; “BABY PLEASE DON’T GO” Fats Domino; “KEEP A KNOCKIN Little Richard; “30 DAYS” Chuck Berry; “SOLDIER OF LOVE” Arthur Alexander; “ON THE ROAD AGAIN” Canned Heat; “THE BOTTLE” Gil Scott Heron; “THE GHETTO” Donny Hathaway; “EXPRESS YOURSELF” Charles Wright and the 101st Watts Rhythm Band; “AIN’T THAT LOVING YOU” Los Blues; “I’D RATHER GO BLIND” Ernie Garibay; “SOME DAY” Los Lobos; “MAN WITHOUT A PLAN” Delgado Brothers; “CHILL OUT” John Lee Hooker and Carlos Santana; “NO ONE TO DEPEND ON” Santana; “LET ME GO” & “OOH POOH PA DOO” Blazers; “I NEVER THOUGHT” & “KEEP ‘A KNOCKIN” Los Fabulocos; “SNAKE PIT” & “LITTLE HOT ROD GIRL” Dale Peterson; “DARK KNIGHT” The Blasters; and “GOING TO THE CHURCH” The 44’s.   
We thank you for stopping by and checking out Tripp’s Barrio Blues Show #4 with DJ Tripp. We Thank MIKE MOLINA for joining us. The shows were co-produced by Pablo Trevino and Steven Chavez at the Revue studios. We encourage everyone to check out the other DJ podcasts and Vinyl Classics feature on this site. We play a full buffet of music, with all-you-can hear. Until next time Mi Gente . . . “keep your head to the sky and you’ll always have stars in your eyes”. Recording Time 2h 15m 31s



A Little Latin Jazz uploaded 7/22/17

Welcome to the 29th edition of the Great American Song Book here @ 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 week’s show Latin Jazz and with feature 17 artists and their lively tunes for your listening and dancing pleasure.
To start off the first half of the show I went with a new comer to the show Mistura Fina and their tune To Brenda with Love followed by Mariah Parker and her tune Jaguar Dance, Poncho Sanchez with the classic tune I Remember Spring, Oscar Hernandez with Alma Libre and their tune Danzon Para Las Seis, Alfred Naranjo Y El Guajeo with his tune Caramelo, Maria Catharina and her version of Una Manana.
For the last half of the show I went with Alex Wilson with his tune Donde Carmela followed by Danilo Paiz with his tune Caprico Sexual, Edwin Sanz with his tune Something About You, Wayne Wallace with the tune Love Walked In, Willie Bobo with his classic hit Suitcase Full Of Dreams, Deodato with San Juan Sunset and to bring the 29th show to the end I went deep in the vaults for Vince Montana Jr & the Philly Sound Orchestra and his version of We've Only Just Begun /Feelings.
So if you love some smooth Latin Jazz and you have a little time on your hand then log on to East LA Revues Internet Jukebox and scroll down the page to The Great American Song Book with the Chino as he continues to present for your listening and dancing pleasure his 29th show Latin Jazz enjoy and if you would like to hear anything special drop him a line on his FB page Great American Songbook or at Chino777@aol.com and this show is in an MP3 format for all to hear. Thanks, Howard Chino Ng Host/ Producer of The Great American Song Book @ www.eastlarevue.com

macs or mp3 player The 28th Edition uploaded 7/15/17

Welcome to the 28th edition of the Great American Song Book here @ 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 week’s show Jazz Vocals and that will feature the classic American Standards I grew up to with my family and all for your listening & dancing pleasure.
On this 28th edition I start the first of 9 tunes with B.J. Thomas and his version of a Burt Bacharach and Hal David tune Everybody's Out Of Town followed by Steven Davis and the tune You're Gonna Fall In Love With Me, Al Jarreau with I'm Afraid This  Masquerade Is Over, Marilyn Scott with the Michel Legrand hit tune The Summer Knows , John Pizzarelli with the Benny Carter tune When Lights Are Low, Tyhe New York Voices with George Gershwin tune Lady Be Good , Jon Lucien with his tune Your Sensational , Liane Carroll with the tune Life In One Day and rounding of the first half of the 28th show Jazz Vocals is Jonathan Butler with his hit tune Take Good Care Of Me.
To start the last half of the show I with Carol Welsman with the lovely Cole Porter tune Do I Love You followed by Ian Shaw with the tune Love Go Round, Jane Monheit with the Ella Fitzgerald hit tune This Time The Dreams Me, Will Downing with the tune Don't Ask My Neighbors,  Chante Moore with the tune It Ain't Supposed This Way,  Hawaii's legendary group The Society of Seven with their hit Tearin' Me To Pieces, The Crusaders with Bobby Caldwell and the classic Johnny Mercer hit tune Fools Rush In, Bette Midler with the classic Whitfield & Strong  Motown Hit Just My Imagination and ending the 28th edition show with Boz Scaggs and his hit tune Harbor Lights.
So if you really love the sweet sound of great vocals and classic tunes then log on to East LA Revues Internet Jukebox and scroll down to The Great American Song Book with the Chino as he presents for your listening and dancing pleasure his show called Jazz Vocals enjoy and have a great weekend. Howard Chino Ng The Host Producer of The Great American Song Book on www.eastlarevue.com at Chino777@aol.com.



windows media player Prima Vera, part 2 uploaded 6/26/17

macs or mp3 player Prima Vera, part 2 uploaded 6/26/17

Welcome to another “SECOND TIME AROUND SHOW” with your host FRANKIE FIRME with his latest show titled “PRIMA VERA #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 cruise.
On this show Frankie spins music by: THE MONITORS; THEE MIDNITERS; ARCHIE BELL & THE DRELLS; TIERRA; TIMOTHY WILSON; TOWER OF POWER; TONY ALLEN; TAVARES; THE IMPERIAL WONDERS; ANTHONY PRIETO; BARBARA LYNN; JOHNNY & THE EXPRESSIONS; AL GREEN; HEATWAVE; ALVIN CASH; THE BALLADS; THE HOLLYWOOD SAXONS; THE ILSEY BROTHERS; THE JAGUARS; JAY WIGGINS; JERRY BUTLER; MELVIN & THE BLUENOTES; LOUIE LOUIE; THE JONESES; TONY CLARK; FRANKIE KARL; and FREDDY HUGHES.
That is over One Hundred and Five minutes of music, just for you. We are serving-up a full musical buffet, 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 1h 45m 24s.

windows media playerPRIMA VERA, part 1 uploaded 6/1/17

macs or mp3 player PRIMA VERA, part 1 uploaded 6/1/17

Welcome to another “SECOND TIME AROUND SHOW” with your host FRANKIE FIRME with his latest show titled “PRIMA VERA, part 1” 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.
On this show Frankie spins music by: The East LA Philharmonic (Theme Song); Carlos Santana; ARCHIE BELL & the DRELLS; THE METERS; TOWER OF POWER; THE WHISPERS; THE ELGINS; MARVIN GAYE; THE DELFONICS; MARK GUERRERO; SMOKEY ROBISON & the MIRACLES; TYRONE DAVIS; EARTH WIND FIRE; DONNY HATHAWAY; JIMMY HOLIDAY; JENNEL HAWKINS; THE INTRUDERS; THE MANHATTANS; ODYSSEY; PEPE MARQUEZ; THE PREMIERS; RAPHI PAGAN; RANDY GARIBAY; ROCKY PADILLA; ROSIE & the ORIGINALS; ROSIE LOPEZ; SAN FRANCISCO TKO; SPICE; STEVE SALAS; TAPESTRY; THE TEMPREES; THE TEMPTATIONS; and THEE MIDNITERS.  
That’s over Three hours and nine minutes of music, just for you. We are serving-up a full musical buffet, 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 13m 36s.

 

windows media playerSOMETHING FROM HOME uploaded 5/7/17

macs or mp3 player SOMETHING FROM HOME uploaded 5/7/17

Welcome to another “SECOND TIME AROUND SHOW” with your host FRANKIE FIRME with his latest show titled “SOMETHING FROM HOME” 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 cruise.
On this show Frankie spins music by: The East LA Philharmonic; Agua Dulce; Ambrosia; Anthony Prieto; Joe Bataan; KAOS; Klymaxx; Chico Band; The Company Band; Creedence Clearwater Revival; The Cruizer; The Q-VO Band; David & Ruben; The Delgado Brothers; Donald Jenkins; The Dupremes; Ed Luevano; El Chicano; The Festivals; Pepe Marquez & the Flashbacks; Hank Castro; The Heartbreakers; Thee Midniters; TIERRA; Tower of Power; The Village Callers; WAR; Rocky Padilla; Edward James Olmos; Becky Cordova; Balance; Michael Boyd; Third Sol; and Tom Jenkins.  
That’s over Three hours and nine minutes of music, just for you. We are serving-up 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 20m 56s.

 




windows media player 1970s Tejano Brown Sounds uploaded 7/16/17

macs or mp3 player 1970s Tejano Brown Sounds uploaded 7/16/17

Orale Mi Raza. Let's take a trip down memory lane on Chicano Express Radio on the East L.A. Revue Internet Jukebox as we're doing 70s Tejano Brown Soul with the songs that were the hits of the 70s with some of the Tejano Hitmakers that help change our Onda Tejana forever with songs by: Little Joe y La Familia, Freddie Martinez, Los Aguilares, Los Unicos, Joe Bravo, Felicidad, Los Chachos de ChaCha Jimenez, Los Dos Gilbertos, Jimmy Edward, Latin Breed, People, Los Fabulosos, Chalito Johnson y Los Paisanos, Carlos Miranda, Alfonso y Su Orquesta, and Angel Flores y Sus Alacranes.
If you remember you were when you heard these tunes back in the 70s, then we accomplished our goal to take back in time. Thanks for listening to Chicano Express Radio on the Internet Jukebox & please keep our men & women in uniform in your prayers on a daily basis. Listen to Chicano Express Radio at www.chicanoexpress.com.



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windows media player Cruising Through Midnite uploaded 7/16/17

macs or mp3 player Cruising Through Midnite uploaded 7/16/17

Welcome to the East LA Revue Internet Radio and our rebroadcast of the “Cruising Through Midnight Show” with Firme Memories from Radio Aztlan KUCR 88.3 FM from the University of California, Riverside with Roberto “El Beto-Man” Tijerina. This show was originally broadcast on July 7, 2017.
You can also catch the regular Radio Aztlan programs by internet every Friday evening from 5:30 PM until 7 AM Saturday. They offer a variety of music and genres with several segments. The shows are “live” Pacific North America Time and available on the internet @ www.kucr.org.  We, here at the East LA Revue support internet radio and support the efforts and dedication of all the Radio Aztlan DJs and staff in their service to the university and the local community. On this show El Beto-Man in spinning some fine rolas, so kick-back and enjoy as we cruise through midnight.
Thank you for logging on and we hope you return for more of our internet jukebox here at www.eastLArevue.com. We encourage everyone to check-out the other DJ podcasts and our Vinyl Classics page. Please let us know what you think of the show, on our Guest Book. We appreciate your involvement on our site. Fare thee well, Raza. Recording Time 1h 42m 56s

windows media player Cruisin' Thru Midnite April 2017 uploaded 4/30/17

macs or mp3 player Cruisin' Thru Midnite April 2017 uploaded 4/30/17

Welcome to the “Cruisin’ Thru Midnite Show” here on the East LA Revue Internet Radio. This is a rebroadcast of Beto’s April 2017 radio show on KUCR 88.3 FM Radio Aztlan from the UC Riverside. You can catch the regular Radio Aztlan programs by internet at http://www.kucr.org every Friday from 5 PM till 5 AM Saturday morning. We support internet radio and support the efforts and dedication of the Radio Aztlan DJs and staff. Our purpose on this show is to share these broadcasts to our audience. On this show La SNOOPY joins El Beto-man in presenting some fine music, so kick-back and enjoy the show.
We enjoy El Beto-Man’s shows when he comes down to the ELA Revue Studio A here in beautiful Chavez Bay. Roberto Tijerina is blind but he gets around very well. He has his Bachelor’s Degree from University of California, Riverside and he continues his education there. He has written and published a book titled “The MEChA Leadership Manual” and it is available by contacting him at mechamanual@hotmail.com or just drop us a line here on the internet juke box. He’s a good looking Vato and he styles, with his Stacy Adams, Pendleton’s, and the finest Khakis from Greenspan’s in South Gate, CA. Recording Time 72m 16s




Chico

 

windows media playerPoquito Soul  uploaded 4-23-17

macs or mp3 player  Poquito Soul  uploaded 4-23-17

 

Gozando with Chico and EastLArevue.com are 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: Hijoles que Suave showcases the fine sounds and talents of: Malo, Latin Soul Project, Joe Bataan, Kool Katz, Irma Cui Cui Rangel, Tierra, Angel Sabroso, Suenos Band, Mestizo LA, La Mission Band, The Bad St. Boys, Vudu Cafe, Mission Barrio Project, Landy Nova, Trio Del Alma 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:  79:27

 

windows media playerMellow y Suave  uploaded 4-23-17

 macs or mp3 player Mellow y Suave uploaded  4-23-17

 

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. Mas Dulce Soul showcases the fine sounds and talents of: Escovedo Family, Mestizo, Suenos Band, Little Willie G., Third Sol Band, Malo, Mike Jimenez, Latin Soul Syndicate, Barrio Latino, Mystique Band, Freddy G. & The Smooth Response Band, Luv Taxi Band, Victor Mc Clain, Mc Blvd, Here Comes El Son 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: 79:59

 

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 playerSLOW GRIND uploaded 7/9/17

macs or mp3 player SLOW GRIND uploaded 7/9/17

NO QUE NO, Aqui Estoy with another show for The Great Listeners of The East L.A Revue Internet Jukebox. Straight from the vaults of The Chavez Bay Studios I have for you;
Latimore-Let's Straighten It Out; B.B King-The Thrill Is Gone; Johnny Guitar Watson-A Real Mother For Ya; Sade-Smooth Operator, Hang On To Your Love; Grover Washington-Mister Magic; Loose Ends-Hangin On A String; Lou Rawls-Let Me Be Good To You; Norman Whitfield & Barrett Strong & The Undisputed Truth-Smiling Faces Sometimes; The O'Jays-Let Me Make Love To You, Help Somebody Please; Meli'sa Morgan-Do Me Baby, Do You Still Love Me; Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes-I'm Weak For You; Meshell Ndegeocello-Who Is He What Is He To You; Johnny Taylor-Disco Lady; Mel Waiters-Got My Whiskey; Johnny Guitar Watson-I Wanna Thank You, The Real Deal; Rufus Featuring Chaka Khan-Sweet Thing; Stevie Wonder & Whitney Houston-We Didn't Know; O'Jays-Stairway To Heaven; Sade-Cherry Pie.
Hope you enjoy these fine pics I especially selected for this show. Listen and Feel the music, and let it take you away, well Gente that's my show, don't forget to stop by and check out the other shows on this page so till next time, Just Take It Slow......

windows media playerCRUZIN' With MANUEL uploaded 6/16/17

macs or mp3 player CRUZIN' With MANUEL uploaded 6/16/17

ORALE, and Welcome to Thee East L.A. Revue Internet Jukebox, My name is Manuel and Thank You for stopping by The NO QUE NO Show. This segment is titled “CRUZIN with Manuel”.
Hey let's go Cruzin with the sounds of; Groupo Serpentino-Cruzin; Sonny Knight-Dedicated To You; Jive 5 & The Chantels-Don't Believe Him Donna; Lovelights-You've Hurt Me Now; Donnie Elbert-Can't Get Over Losing You; The Perfections-Baby Don't You Go; Sugar Style-Let Me Know; The Nu- Luvs-Baby You Belong To Me; The Cool Sounds-I'll Take You Back; The Autographs-Loves Gonna Do You In; North, South, East,&West-I'm Not Like The Others; Soul Projections-It's Up To You Girl; Bobby Oroza-This Love Pt.1&2; Aesop's Fables-Take A Step; The Joy-Tones-This Love; Donnie Elbert-Everything To Me; Ray Frazier-Walking With My Baby; Bobby Marchan-What Can I Do Pt.1&2; Bobby Mitchell-Send Me Your Picture; Eugene Church-Open Up Your Heart; Four Jewels-All That's Good; Beverly Shaffer-Where Will You Be Boy; Monitors-You Share The Blame; Performers-Little Angel; The Lovations-I Keep Singing La, La, La, Ooh; James Conwell-I'm So Glad; Pratt & Moody-Lost, Lost, Lost; Lee Williams & The Cymbals-I'll Be Gone; James Conwell-Let It All Out; Deceptions-Of All The Hearts; Lee Jones & The Sounds Of Soul-This Heart Is Haunted; The Natural Four-The Same Thing In Mind.
Music to Cruze to or just kick back and enjoy, hope you enjoy this fine Music, but it's time to start working on my next Show. So till next time just take it day by day, and stop by and enjoy the rest of the other shows on this page. Recording Time 1h 39m 49s




windows media player Dreams of Doo Wop #30 uploaded 4/24/17

macs or mp3 player Dreams of Doo Wop #30 uploaded 4/24/17

Greetings and welcome to the DREAMS OF DOO WOP Show with DJ Sugar Bear here on the East LA Revue Internet Radio. We are continuing with Volume 30. We are featuring some classic Doo Wop and Rhythm & Blues songs for you to enjoy! So get close with someone you’re tight with and let’s take a cruise.
The songs on this show are performed by: Don Julian & the Meadow Larks; Timothy Wilson; The Marvelows; Tommy McLain; The Midniters; The Pastels; Johnny Ace; The Shells; Smokey Robinson & the Miracles; The Pretenders; Lee Williams and the Cymbals; Thee Amber-tones; Little Ray; Danny Sandoval; and Eddie Holman
We thank you or stopping by and joining us here on the East LA Revue Internet Radio and joining DJ Sugar Bear and “Dreams of Doo Wop #30”. We encourage everyone to check-out the other DJ podcasts on this page and the Vinyl Classics as well. Recording Time 45m 22s

windows media player Dreams of Doo Wop #28 uploaded 3/29/17

macs or mp3 player Dreams of Doo Wop #28 uploaded 3/29/17

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 #28. So, kick-back, relax, and enjoy the cruise.
We feature music by: THE SHOW STOPPING SUPER SONICS; CRYSTAL TOUCH; BENNIE TURNER & THE ARMORETTES; THE MONITORS; BRENTON WOOD; THE COUNTS; MARY WELLS; THE MARVELETTES; THE CHANTS; BILLY STEWART; THE ROYAL JESTERS; THE ENJOYMENTS; BARRETT STRONG; THE AVALONS; and THE GALLAHADS; 
We thank you or stopping by and joining us here on the East LA Revue Internet Radio to join DJ Sugar Bear and “DOO WOP FOR LOVERS #28”. We encourage everyone to check-out the other DJ podcasts on this page and the Vinyl Classics as well. Check us out @ www.eastLArevue.com. Recording Time 47m 9s

 

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