Taste Of Samba uploaded 5/17/19

 Welcome everybody to the Great American Song Book here on East LA Revue's Internet Jukebox where we will feature 19 artists with the a little samba beat for your listening and dancing pleasure.
  On this 20th edition I am calling Taste Of Samba and feature the music of these fine artists Diana Krall with Let's Face The Music And Dance followed by Frank Sinatra with This Happy Madness, Karrin Allyson with A Felicidade, Johnny Mathis with Baia, Carol Welsman with Sambas Do Aviao, Tony DeSare with Jane Monheit with Bizarre Love Triangle, Kevyn Lettau with I Concentrate On You, Kenny Rankin with Doralice, Jane Monheit with No More Blues, John Pizzarelli and Daniel Jobim with Mediation/Quite Nights, Michael Buble and Nelly Furtado with Quando-Quando-Quando, Wesla Whitfield with Change Partner, Sachal Vasandani with I Was Just One More For You, Al Jarreau with Some Bossa, Azymuth with Voo Sabre O Horizonte, Sandra De Sa with Monentos Que Marcam, Bebel Gilberto with Tanto Tempo, Djavan with Apple and to bring the 20th edition to a close I went with another tune from Frank Sinatra with One Note Samba.
 So if you love the samba beat and have some time log on to and the Great American Song Book on the Internet Jukebox and click on my photo and it will take you to my 20th show Taste Of Samba enjoy.  Length of this show is 1:17:56

Standards of the Past uploaded 4/10/19

Welcome everybody to the 19th edition of the Great American Song Book. On this edition I am calling Standards of the Past and feature music I grew up to in my household with my family, and feature 18 artists, starting of with Boz Scaggs with the classic tune Skylark followed by Linda Ronstadt with I Get Along With Out You Very Well, Michael Buble with To Close For Comfort, Gladys Knight with I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good, Kenny Rankin with Some One To Watch Over Me, Jane Monheit with I Didn't Know About You, Tony Bennett with Tangerine, Gloria Estefan with I Grown Accustomed To your Face, Tony DeSare with They Can't Take That Away From Me,  Melissa Morgan with The More I See You, Bobby Caldwell with I'll Be Around, Trijntje Oosterhuis with Crying Over You, Jesse Belvin with Blues In The Night, Nancy Wilson with Don't Go To Strangers, Frank Sinatra with All My Tomorrows, Eliane Elias  with Photograph, Matt Monro with Strangers In The Night and to bring the 19th edition of the Song Book to a close I picked Diana Krall with The Night We Called It A Day.
   So if you love the great music of the past that we call American Standards then log on the and the Internet Jukebox with me the Chino as I present for the Mothers Day weekend 18 great tunes from the past from artists for the past and present and enjoy. This show is dedicated to my Mother Socorro and my brother Ray in heaven who was born on Mothers Day 1940, and Happy Mothers Day to all the women in my life. 

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