Latin Jazz Mix uploaded 11/08/19
Welcome everybody to the 46th edition of the Great American Song Book on the edition I am calling Latin Jazz Mix and feature 16 artists form the jazz world. We start of the show with Poncho Sanchez with the Jazz Crusaders hit tune Soul Bourgeoisie followed by Cal Tjader with Carmen McRae version of Do Nothing Till You Here From Me, Herb Alpert with nice latin beat to his tune Route 101, Eliane Elias with Bonita, Corrine with Always Be My Baby, Cache with their tune With You, The Estrada Brothers with Delia Bonita, Lupita Infante with Te Quiero/Te Quiero, Rafael Pollo Brito with Gracias A La Vida, Gema 4 with a melody Perfida / Sabor a Mi, Aqua Dulce with Stay With Me, Hiram Bullock with Angelina, The Deleon Brothers with Since You Been Gone, Tito Allen with Good Morning Heartache, Los Lobos with La Feria de la Flores and to bring the 46th edition of the show to a close I went with some good friends Tierra with their lovely tune Essence Of My Dream. So if you have some time on your hand this weekend and love latin & smooth jazz then drop in on www.eastlarevue.com and the Internet Jukebox with The Great American Song Book and the me the Chino as I present for your listening & dancing pleasure my Latin Jazz Mix enjoy. (Length of this show 1:18:25)
New & Old Memories11/1/19
Welcome everybody to the 44th edition of the Great American Song Book here on the Internet Jukebox at www.eastlarevue.com On this edition I am call New & Old Memories and will feature 16 artists. I start off the show with a tune from the latest release from Poncho Sanchez called Blue Train followed by Los Gatos with Star Eyes, Mongo Santamaria with You've Got It Bad Girl, Cache with Orta Oportunidad, Humberto Ramirez with Viva Dalmau, Freddie Ravel with Sunny Side Up, Hector Martignon with Guaji-Rita, Ed Fast with Detour Ahead, Wendell Rivera with Mango Sabor, Dr Bobby Rodriguez with My Hunting Melody, Tierra with Ya Llego, Thee Sinseers with What's His Name, Conga Club with The Happy Song, Eliane Elias with The View, Joe Quijano with Quien and to bring the show to a close I pick little tune from The Society Of Seven called How Has your Love Life Been. So enjoy this 44th edition of the Great American Song Book , the length of this edition is 1:18:50 and if you still have time check out my 43rd edition still streaming on the site.
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