THE GREAT AMERICAN SONG BOOK
SMOOTH SOUL uploaded 12/16/17
Welcome everyone to the 50th 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 that 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 edition I am calling Smooth Soul I feature 17 artist and to lead off the first half of 7 songs is Peter Allen and a tune he wrote called Fly Away followed by Phyllis Hyman with her hit The Answer Is You, Bobby Caldwell with his tune Show Me, Marilyn Scott with You Don't Know What Love Is, Phil Perry with Melody Of Love, Atlantic Star with their hit Am I Dreaming and rounding out the first half of the 50th edition with Will Downing and his version of Hey There Lonely Girl.
For the last half of the 50th edition I picked to start it off with Angela Bofill and her hit I Try followed by Stevie Wonder with his gold hit Ribbon In The Sky, Anita Baker with her hit You Bring Me Joy, Donny Hathaway & Roberta Flack with their hit The Closer I Get To You, Marvin Gaye with his live performance of his gold hit Distant Lover, Gloria Estfan with her hit Here We Are, Peabo Bryson with his hit Can You Stop The Rain, Earth Wind & Fire with their hit Devotion, Chaka Khan with her gold hit Through The Fire and to bring the 50th edition of the Song Book to a close I picked my friend Kevyn Lettau and her hit tune Better At Hello.
So if you love the smooth sound of soul then log on to East LA Revue's the Internet Jukebox new improved site click on my picture and it will take you to the show enjoy and have a wonderful & blessed weekend. Howard Chino Ng, Host Producer of The Great American Song Book - Chino777&aol.com www.eastlarevue.com
RETURN TO THE STANDARDSuploaded 12/9/17
Welcome everyone to the 49th 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 that 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 49th edition I am calling Return to Standards and feature 19 artists we start the first half of the show with Jack Jones and his tribute to Tony Bennett with the tune It Amazes Me followed by Diana Krall and the classic Johnny Mercer tune Dream, Johnny Hartman with the tune I'll Follow You, Carol Welsman with the Victor Young & Ned Washington tune My Foolish Heart, Johnny Mathis with his classic version of I'm Glad There Is You, Manhattan Transfer with gold classic 1944 Johnny Mercer recorded tune Candy, Michael Buble with Try A Little Tenderness, Melissa Morgan with The More I See You, and rounding off the first half of the 49th show with Michael Franks and his hit Time Together.
For the last half of the 49th show I went with Wesla Whitfield with the tune Everything I love followed by Kenny Rankin with his hit Lost Up In Loving You, Janis Mann with My One And Only Love, Bobby Caldwell with I Concentrate On You, Marilyn Scott with Isn't It A Lovely Day, Tony DeSare with Let's Stay In, Phyllis Hyman with Somewhere In My Lifetime, Tony Bennett with his hit You Showed Me The Way, June Christy with the classic tune Do It Again and to bring the 49th show to an end I went with the chairman of the board Frank Sinatra with his lovely Phil Silvers & Jimmy Van Heusen 1942 tune Nancy With A Laughing Face.
So if you enjoy the classic standards of the day's gone by then log on to East LA Revue's Internet Jukebox new and improved site and click on my face and it with take you to this week’s 49th edition of the Great American Song Book that I dedicate to my father who would have been celebrating his birthday Dec. 11 but is now in heaven with family and also to my little sister who's birthday was the day tomorrow. Thanks from Howard Chino Ng, Host & Producer of The Great American Song Book Chino777@aol.com www.eastlarevue.com.