Welcome everybody to the 49th edition of the Great American Song Book. On this edition I am calling Ritmo in Jazz and feature 20 artists from the jazz world starting off with Jack Costanzo with Sax Con Ritmo followed by Bobby Montez with Titoro, Buddy Collette with Warm Winds, Wal & The Afro Caravan with Guaguanco Stroll, Joe Bataan with This Boy, Clare Fischer with Morning, Rocky Hernandez with Contigo, Cal Tjader with Para Ti , Nosotros with Cinco Sentidos, Willie Bobo Timbale Groove, The Crusaders with Latin Bit, Manchito & Afro Cuban Jazz Ensamble with Brazilian Soft Shoe, Landy Nova with Rompe Coco, Harvey Averne with Accept Me, Joe Torres with Night Walk, Jimmy Sabatar with When I'm Alone, Bobby Hutcherson with Yuyo, Willie Torres with Thinking Of You, New Swing Sextet with Yo Te Queiro Cielo and to bring the 49th edition of the Great American Song Book to a close I went with Joe Cuba Sextet and the wonderful tune Los Dos.
So if you love the rhythms of bongos congas and smoothing brass with woodwinds and mellow voices log on to the Internet Jukebox on East LA Revue. Com and the Great American Song Book with the Chino and enjoy.
Welcome everybody to the 48th edition of the Great American Song Book. On this edition I call Return to the Standards to celebrate 10 years on the Internet Jukebox and feature 21 artists starting off with Sachel Vasadani with It's Only Love That Gets You Through followed by Linda Ronstadt with I Don't Stand A Ghost Of A Chance, Joanie Summers with A Second Chance, Ingram Washington with Love IS Here, Steve Tyrell with For Sentimental Reasons, Eliane Elias with Photograph, Steven Davis with If You Were Mine, June Christy with My One And Only Love, Nancy Wilson with Joey-Joey-Joey, Bobby Caldwell with Lovelite, Jane Monheit with More Than You Know, Sammy Davis Jr with Can't We Be Friends, Sacha Boutros with Tres Palabras, Frank Sinatra with If I Had You, Melissa Morgan with He Love's Me I Think, Kenny Rankin with Here's That Rainy Day, Carol Welsmen with Moonglow, Michael Buble with Dream A Little Dream, Sarah Vaughan with Words Can't Describe and to bring the show to a close I went with this tune from Burt Bacharach sung by Ricky Nelson called They Don't Give Medals To Yesterday's Hero's.
So if you have time on your hands this Thanksgiving weekend and enjoy the American Standards drop in on the Internet Jukebox and enjoy and Happy Thanksgiving.
So if you have some time on your hand this weekend and enjoy classic Oldies from some 60 years ago then log on to www.eastlarevue.com and the Great American Song Book with the Chino on the internet Jukebox as he presents for your listing and dancing pleasure Remember The Days and enjoy