THE GREAT AMERICAN SONG BOOK

Latin Love 10/17/19

   Welcome everybody to my 42nd edition of the Great American Song Book. On this edition I am calling Latin Love and will feature 18 artists and I start the show off with Wendell Rivera with the classic tune My Old Flame followed by Tito Rodriguez with Olvidame, Jaime Valle with Killer Joe, Harvey Averne with Come On And Do Me, Cal Tjader with Linda Chicana, Ralfi Pagan with I Never Thought You'd Leave Me, Tito Puente with Con Alma, New Swing Sextet with Ay Carino, Jimmy Sabater with Desconfianza, Cheo Feliciano with Me Dices Que Te Vas, The Fania All Stars with Awake (1977), Rene Touzet with Lovers Cha Cha Cha, Dizzy Gillespie with A Night In Tunisia, Eddie Cano with Baila Pachanga, George Shearing with Historia De Amor, Victor Feldman with Spain and to bring to the 42nd edition of the show we call Latin Love is Mel Torme with Adios.
  So if you have some free time this weekend and you enjoy the smooth sounds of latin rhythms then log on to www.eastlarevue.com and the Internet Jukebox click on my photo and it will take you to my 42nd show for the year and also check out my 41st show Standard Mix Bag feature music from the 40's threw the 60s still up on the Internet Jukebox.
Length of the show 1:17:51

Standard Mix Bag uploaded 10/11/19

Welcome everybody to the 41st edition of the Great American Song Book, On this edition I will feature 24 tunes from the 40's through the early 60's and this show I call Standard Mix Bag and is dedicated to my parents and all the elders of my family. I start off the show with Joe Williams with Come Sunday followed by Sarah Vaughan with Sophisticated Lady, The King Cole Trio with It's Kind Of Lonesome Out Tonight, Johnny Hartman with The End Of A Love Affair, The Piped Pipers with Dream, Nancy Wilson with Prelude To A Kiss, Andy Russell with Soy Un Extrano, Eydie Gorme & Los Ponchos Sabor A Mi, Dean Martin with Just One More Time, Cal Tjader with I'll Remember April, Rene Touzet with Moon Over Miami, Dinah Washington with What A Difference A Day Makes, Johnny Mathis with It's Not For Me To Say, Anita O'Day with Frenesi, Fred Astaire with The Continental, Milt Jackson with Willow Weep For Me, King Pleasure with Moody's Mood For Love, Eddie Cano with Love Is A Wonderful Thing, Frank Sinatra with I Could Have Told You, June Christy with You Took Advantage Of Me, Benny Goodman with Moon Glow, Johnny Ace with I'm Crazy Baby, Pete Terrace with Ojos De Canela and to bring my 41st show to a close I picked Harry James with Helen Forest and the tune It's Been A Long, Long Time.
   So hope you will enjoy the music that I grew up listening to in my home as a young child of the Baby Boom generation which lead to the Oldies But Goodies sound but stayed in my house hold to this day, then log on to www.eastlarevue.com and the Internet Jukebox as I present for your listening and dancing pleasure my 41st show called Standard Mix Bag.


 

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