THE GREAT AMERICAN SONG BOOK

Boleros and more uploaded 11/05/17

Welcome everyone to the 46th edition of the Great American Song Book where you will hear a brand new show each and every week right here on the world-wide Internet Jukebox at www.eastlarevue.com. and it can be heard 24/7 and 365 days a week with various themes like Golden 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 46th edition I am calling Boleros & More you will hear from 18 artists and to start off the first 9 artists I went with Juan Valentin and the song Llaste Tarde followed by Los Tres Ases with Sabra Dios, Gloria Estefan with Con Los Anos, Carlos Cuevas with Lavida En Un Sueno, Trio Casablanca with Yo So El Bolero, Luis Miguel with Como, Tito Nieves with the classic tune To Be With You and  to round out the first half of the show with Lee Oskar and his tune Leslie Song.


For the last half of the show I went with the Latin Experience Band and the tune Forever followed by the Latin Jazz Ensemble with Guajira Para Le Jeva, Eddie Benetez & Nebula with I'm So Sad, Aguabella with Image Of A Star, Freddie Ravel with Dame La Razon, Didi Scorzo with Love Dance, Ralfi Pagan with Negrona, and Jimmy Sabater with the tune When I'm Alone and to bring the 46th show to a close I went with Harvey Averne and his classic tune My Dream.


So if you’re up for some smooth and soulful sounds of close together dance tune then come and enjoy my 46th show called Boleros & More and dance to your hearts content right here on The Great American Song Book with me the Chino at www.eastlarevue.com and the Internet Jukebox.     Howard Chino Ng Host – Producer of The Great American Song Book Chino777@aol.com.     Recording Time 76m 39s

Sweet Latin Rhythm uploaded 11/11/17

Welcome everyone to the 45th edition of the Great American Song Book where you will hear a brand new show each and every week right here on the world-wide Internet Jukebox at www.eastlarevue.com. and it can be heard 24/7 and 365 days a week with various themes like Golden 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 45th edition I am calling Sweet Latin Rhythms and feature 16 artists in the Latin Jazz Salsa & Soul field and to lead off the first 8 artists I start with Caracas Soul Connection and their cover of a Stevie Wonder hit You Are The Sunshine Of My Life followed by Lucy Grau with the cover of Roberta Flack hit Killing Me Softly, Tony Vega with Billy Ocean to Love Is Forever, Millie P with her hit If You Love Me, Tito Nieves with his hit Tender Love, Jose Cheo Feliciano with his version Thom/Linda Tred tune Half Crazy, Corrine with her cover of  Mariah Carey hit Always Be My Baby and rounding out the first half of the show with Domingo Quinones with his version of The Beatles hit tune Day Tripper.
For the last half of the show I went with Robert Avellanet with his version of the Michael Jackson hit You Are Not Alone followed by Los Jovenes Del Barrio with the Amir Bayaan hit Stop Slow Down, Charlie Cruz with his hit Bombon de azucar , Gilbert Santa Rosa with his hit  Aunque Tu No Quieras, Ire Oyale Sextet with their hit Guararey , New Swing Sextet with their hit Maybe Then, Joe Cuba Sextet with the hit El Viernes Social and to bring the 45th edition to a close I went with The Fania All Stars and the classic hit tune Juan Pachanga.
So if you love some Sweet Latin Rhythms for your weekend then log on to the Internet Jukebox at www.eastlarevue.com click on my picture and it will take you to the Great American Song Book and enjoy some Sweet Latin Rhythms for your Veterans Day Weekend and thank you to all the Vet's and those you are serving our country today. Happy Veterans Day from Howard Chino Ng. Host and Producer of The Great American Song Book Chino777@aol.com.  Recording Time 78m 54s

 


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