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windows media playerStandards and Classics uploaded 4/22/17

macs or mp3 player Standards and Classics uploaded 4/22/17

Welcome to the 16th edition of the Great American Song Book here @ www.eastlarevue.com and the Internet Jukebox where the best of the Eastside sounds can be heard 24/7 and 365 days a week from 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 I am calling this show Standard Classics.
On the is edition I will feature 18 artists and to start of the first of 9 tunes I picked Andrea Motis with the classic tune Exactly Like You followed by Boz Scaggs with his version of the classic Dindi, Calabria Foti with I'm Gonna Laugh You Right Out Of My Life, Rita Payes with the tune They Can't Take That Away From Me, Willie Nelson and Cindi Lauper with Let's Call The Whole Thing Off , Eliane Elias with Sambou Sambou, Sammy Davis Jr. with Some Nice Like You and closing the first half of the show with Tania Maria and the classic It's Not For Me To Say.
For the last half of the 16th show I picked Michael Franks and the tune On The Inside followed by Sacha Boutros with A Nightingale Sang In Berkley Square , Ray Gelato with the tune  Just One OF Those Things, Ella Fitzgerald with Embraceable You, Frank Sinatra with Tell Her You Love Her, Billie Holiday & Luis Armstrong with You Can't Lose A Broken Heart, Matt Monro with the tune Memphis In June, Wesla Whitfield with the tune A Beautiful Friendship and ending the show with Kenny Rankin with his version of the classic tune A Song For You.
So if you love the standards of the classic tune from the years gone bye then log in to East LA Revue's Internet Jukebox and scroll down to the Great American Song Book with the Chino as he presents for your listening and dancing pleasure Standard Classic and please feel free to contact him atChino777@aol.com or on the Great American Songbook page on Facebook to let him know what you think of the show or what you may want to hear and he will try to make it happen. Thanks, Howard Chino Ng Host Producer of The Great American Song Book www.eastlarevue.com

windows media player Classic Standards uploaded 4/15/17

macs or mp3 player Classic Standards uploaded 4/15/17

Welcome to the 15th edition of the Great American Song Book here @ www.eastlarevue.com and the Internet Jukebox where the best of the Eastside sounds can be heard 24/7 and 365 days a week from 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 I am calling this show Classic Standards.
On this edition I will feature 18 artists that are performing great Instrumentals and Vocals and the lead off the first half of the program I chose Carol Welsman to start the show with the Benny Goodman hit More Than You Know followed by Frank Sinatra with 100 Years From Today, Irene Kral with Mad About The Boy, Ray Gelato with a wonderful Trumbone version of Baby Won't You Please Come Home, Sant Andreu Jazz Band feature Andrea Motis and the tune I Have A Date With A Dream, Willie Nelson with Sheryl Crow and the tune Embraceable You, Wesla Whitfield with How About Me, Steve Tyrell with I'll Guess I'll Hang My Tears Out To Dry and closing the first half of the show with a classic tune You Make Me Feel So Young from the Oscar Peterson Trio.
To start the last half of the show I chose Milt Jackson with the classic tune I Love You followed by Andy Duran & Oscar Colina and the classic tune Cien Anos , Cal Tjader with Carmen McRae and the tune Besame Mucho, Luis Miguel with the classic tune Nosotros, Gloria Estefan with They Can't Take That Away From Me, Johnny Mathis with More Than You Know, Johnny Hartman with Don't You Know I Care, June Christy with For All We Know and to end the show I chose Al Jarreau with the tune No Rhyme No Reason.
So if you enjoy the sweet sounds of violins strings and soft rhythms of drum beats and guitars with lots of great voices then come and hang with the Chino and the Great American Song Book as he presents for your listening pleasure the 15th show of the year here on the Internet Jukebox at www.eastlarevue.com and please let me know what you think of the show or what you would like to hear on my Great American Songbook Facebook page or at Chino777@aol.com on it and I will do my best to make it happen. Thanks, Howard Chino Ng Host/Producer of The Great American Song Book Chino777@aol.com and www.eastlarevue.com. Recording Time 76m 48s

 



windows media player BUMP FUNK uploaded 4/2/17

macs or mp3 player BUMP FUNK uploaded 4/2/17

We are here with a new show with Frankie Firme, the Al Capone of the Microphone and the Hitman of West Coast Chicano Soul, and the Second Time Around Show. We are spinning the finest in classic cruising Oldies but Goodies on this show, titled “BUMP FUNK”
Let’s get on with the firme music by: ZAPP; ZAPATA; VAUGHN MASON; TOWER OF POWER; TONI TONY TONE; TIERRA; J KELLY; ODYSSEY; MARK MORRISON; MARK GUERRERO; LOS MOCOSOS; LISA LISA; LIGHTER SHADE OF BROWN; JOE JAMA; FLOYD DIXON; ELI PAPERBOY REED; EL CHICANO; THE COMPANY; CHI-LITES; CHICO BAND; BRUNO MARS’ BLACK BOX; BECKEY CORDOVA; THE BAR-KAYS; BARELA; BAG OF TRICKS; AVERAGE WHITE BAND; and ARCHIE BELL AND THE DELLS.
We thank you for stopping by The East LA Revue Internet Radio for this edition of The Second Time Around Show with Frankie Firme. We hope that you enjoyed the “BUMP FUNK”. Please check out the other DJ shows and the Vinyl Classics feature here on the internet jukebox @ www.eastLArevue.com. There is something for everyone. Recording Time 2h 40s

 

windows media player March Mellowness uploaded 3/15/17

macs or mp3 player March Mellowness uploaded 3/15/17

Hello and welcome to another “SECOND TIME AROUND SHOW” with your host FRANKIE FIRME with his latest show titled “MARCH MELLOWNESS” with plenty of Classic Soul, Oldies but Goodies, and Hip-Latin Soul Music for your pleasure. So kick-back with someone you’re tight with and enjoy the ride.

On this show Frankie spins music by: Van Morrison; Angel Sabroso; The Perez Brothers; Roddy Joy; Rosie & the Originals; Sal Rodriquez & the Latin Soul Experience; Santana; The Shirelles; Skyy; Becky Cordova; Joe Jama; Billy Paul; The Blues Brothers; Bob Gallarza; Bessie Banks; Brenda Holloway; Bonnie Raitt; Brenda & the Tabulations; Brenton Wood; The Brothers of Soul; Cameo; Chaka Khan; The Charades; Tierra; Tony Toni Tone; Tower of Power; The Unlimited Four; The Victones; The Vows; WAR; The Whispers; Wilmer & the Dukes; The Winstons; The Young hearts; Thee Midniters; The Temptations; Stevie Wonder; Steve Salas; Stevie Ray Vaughn; The Spinners; Smokey Robinson & the Miracles; Sly Slick and Wicked; Ralphi Pagan; and Cold Blood.

That’s over Three hours and nine minutes of music, just for you. A full buffet of music with all-you-can hear. We thank you for logging-on and we encourage everyone to check out the other DJ podcast shows. There is something for everyone. Recording Time 3h 9m 56s.

 




windows media playerThe Tejano Brown Sounds uploaded 4/23/17

macs or mp3 player The Tejano Brown Sounds uploaded 4/23/17

Que Pasa, Mi Raza? What's happening is that we got a Best in Tejano Brown Sounds on the Chicano Express Radio on the East LA Revue Internet Jukebox & we invite to enjoy the musical sounds from Texas of: Avizo, Marky Lee y El Tejano, Conj. Fuego, Henry Balderama y La Patria, Los Lonely Boys, T.G. & Friends, Los Pinkys, Ray Robles y Pueblo Bd w/Natalie Robles, Jimmy Lee & The Traveling Time, Hometown Boys Medley, Maria y Cien Grados, Los Fabuloso 4, Tom Russell, Liberty Band, Impozzible, Big Vudu Daddy, Little Joe y Los Latinaires.
Thank you ever so much for listening to Chicano Express Radio on the Internet & please Mi Gente, keep our brave men & women who were the military & blue uniform in your prayers on a daily basis. Until next time, hay los wachos!!!

Recording Time 1h 5m 14s




windows media playerCHICANO MOVIMIENTO uploaded 2/27/17

macs or mp3 player CHICANO MOVIMIENTO uploaded 2/27/17

Welcome to the “Cruzin’ Thru Midnite Show” here on the East LA Revue internet radio site. This is a rebroadcast of Beto’s January 20, 2016 radio show on KUCR 88.3 FM Radio Aztlan from the UC Riverside. You can catch the regular Radio Aztlan programs by internet at http://www.kucr.org every Friday from 5 PM till 5 AM Saturday morning. We support internet radio and support the efforts and dedication of the Radio Aztlan DJs and staff. Our purpose on this show is to share these broadcasts to our audience. On this show, El Beto-man in presenting CHICANO MOVIMIENTO Musica, so kick-back and enjoy the show.
Thank you for stopping by “Cruzin’ Thru Midnite Show”, with your host Robert “El Beto-man” Tijerina on Radio Aztlan KUCR 88.3 FM (http://www.kucr.org). The interview was recorded and broadcast at the University of California, Riverside and podcasted on the East LA Revue (http://www.eastlarevue.com).  Internet radio for your convenience. This show was co-produced by Roberto Tijerina and Steven Chavez. We thank you for your continued support and ask that you stop by again and check out the other features here on this music site. Robert “El Beto-Man” Tijerina is blind but he gets around very well. He has his Bachelor’s Degree from University of California, Riverside and he continues his education there. He has written and published a book titled “The MEChA Leadership Manual”. It is available by contacting him at mechamanual@hotmail.com or just drop us a line here on the internet juke box. He’s a good looking Vato and styles with his Stacy Adams, Pendleton’s, and the finest Khakis from Greenspan’s in South Gate, CA. Recording Time 1h 52m 40s

 




Chico

 

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macs or mp3 player Hijoles que Suave uploaded 3-5-17

 

Gozando with Chico and EastLArevue.com are proud to bring you the finest in Musical Pan Dulce for your listening and dancing pleasure. It is our goal to bring you musica that will touch your soul and lift your spirit. As we celebrate our 10th year on EastLArevue.com in this new show we mix the colorful sounds of Latin Jazz and Soul.  Tune in and enjoy the sounds and talents of: Hijoles que Suave showcases the fine sounds and talents of: Cal Tjader, Mamborama, Poncho Sanchez, Garcia Brothers Latin Jazz Band, Louie Cruz Beltran, Pete Escovedo, Joe Cuba, Jeff Neis and his Latin Jazz ensemble, Rumba Club, Gerardo Rosales, Ocho, Susie Garcia, Sangria, Chembo Corniel and the best in Musical Pan Dulce.  Thank you for listening and your continued support. To all of our listeners in California, Texas, Arizona, New York, Mexico and around the world, we appreciate your support and thank you for listening and enjoying the best in Suave Grooves. For more information please visit us online at Facebook Gozando with Chico & Chico Manqueros. We remind you to please keep the spirit of musica alive in your hearts and your homes.

Recording Time:  79:06

 

windows media playerMas Dulce Soul   uploaded 3-5-17

 macs or mp3 player Mas Dulce Soul  uploaded 3-5-17

 

Gozando with Chico is proud to bring you the finest in Chicano / Latino Soul for your listening and dancing pleasure. It is our goal to bring you musica that will touch your heart and lift your spirit. Mas Dulce Soul showcases the fine sounds and talents of: Malo, Suenos Band, Mestizo L.A., Suave Band, Cinton, Tierra, Freddy G. and the Smooth Response Band, Luis Disla, El Chicano, Whittier Blvd. All Stars, Pepe Marquez, Poncho Sanchez, Joe Bataan, Ralfi Pagan, Sal Perez, Carlos Santana and the finest in Musical Pan Dulce.  To all of our listeners in California, Texas, Arizona, New York, Mexico and around the world, we appreciate your support and thank you for listening and enjoying the best in Suave Grooves. For more information please visit us online at Facebook Gozando with Chico & Chico Manqueros. We remind you to please keep the spirit of musica alive in your hearts and your homes.

Recording Time: 80:16

Suave Grooves y Ritmos Latinos……

A Bailar y Gozar con Chico !!!!!

Show Theme "Chico's Song" - Courtesy of Chico Band

Show Promo Theme “ Gozando with Chico” – Courtesy of Kool Katz band
Show Host & Producer - Erik "Chico" Manqueros
Suavegrooves@yahoo.com
Executive Producer - Howard "El Chino" Ng

 


windows media player The GM Show uploaded 4/22/17

macs or mp3 player The GM Show uploaded 4/22/17

NO QUE NO, I'm back again with another show that I call GM Times, here for THEE EAST L.A INTERNET JUKEBOX. My name is Manuel, and for this Show I brought out my ol' cassette tapes I used to play back in the day while working at General Motors in Van Nuys, California, U.A.W. LOCOS 645, music like; WAR-Don't Let No One Get You Down, Nappy Head; Chicago-Call On Me, Mongonucleosis; WAR-All Day Music/Ballero; El Chicano-Viva Tirado; Malo-Nena; Santana-Evil Ways; Carrie Lucas- Hello Stranger; Malo-Pana; Donny Hathaway-The Ghetto; Santana-Guajira; WAR-So; Marvin Gaye-Distant Lover; Malo-Suavecito; Chicago-Beginnings; Santana-Saja/Right On, Stormy; Average White Band-Cut The Cake, School Boy Crush; War-Slippin Into Darkness.  Playing all this good music, while working 8 to 9 hours a day sure made the day go by a lot easier, and faster. So I hope you enjoy this blast from the past, and continue to listen to all the fine shows on this page. I'd like to Thank Steven Chavez, and his fine staff for turning my cassette tapes into The Air Waves of Aztlan, but it's time to leave Chavez Bay and head back home. So till next time, Relax and Enjoy.

Recording Time 2h 33m 36s

windows media playerCLASSIC ROCK uploaded 3/30/17

macs or mp3 player CLASSIC ROCK uploaded 3/30/17

Orale and Welcome, To Thee East L.A. Revue Internet Jukebox, my name is Manuel and Thank You for stopping by The No Que No Show, On today’s show it's Classic Rock Time with;
Creedence Clear Water-Born On The Bayou, Green River, Suzie Q; Canned Heat-On The Road Again; The Doors-Road House Blues; Eric Clapton-Cocaine; Lynyrd Skynyrd-That Smell; Rolling Stones-Miss You, Harlem Shuffle; The Hollies-Long Cool Woman; Eric Clapton-I Shot The Sheriff; Cream-Sunshine Of Your Love, White Room; The Animals-House Of The Rising Sun; Three Dog Night-Mama Told Me Not To Come; The Jaggerz-The Rapper; The Doors-Riders In The Storm, L.A. Woman, Love Her Madly, Hello I Love You; Rare Earth-Get Ready; Steely Dan-Do It Again; Allman Brothers-Statesboro Blues, Done Somebody Wrong, Stormy Monday; Lee Michaels-Do You Know What I Mean, Who Could Want More, Stormy Monday; Steppenwolf-Magic Carpet Ride; Tito & Tarantula-After Dark; Jimmie Vaughan-Dengue Woman; John Lee Hooker-I'm In The Mood; Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble-Ain't Gone 'N' Give Up On Love; Frank Marino & Mahogany Rush-I'm A King Bee Baby.
Hope You enjoy these fine picks of Classic Rock, and continue to enjoy all the fine music on this page, so till next time ROCK ON!!!!!  

Recording Time 2H 46M 33S




windows media player Dreams of Doo Wop #28 uploaded 3/29/17

macs or mp3 player Dreams of Doo Wop #28 uploaded 3/29/17

Welcome to the DREAMS OF DOO WOP Show with DJ Sugar Bear here on the East LA Revue Internet Radio. Sugar Bear continues with a special mix of DOO WOP FOR LOVERS #28. So, kick-back, relax, and enjoy the cruise.
We feature music by: THE SHOW STOPPING SUPER SONICS; CRYSTAL TOUCH; BENNIE TURNER & THE ARMORETTES; THE MONITORS; BRENTON WOOD; THE COUNTS; MARY WELLS; THE MARVELETTES; THE CHANTS; BILLY STEWART; THE ROYAL JESTERS; THE ENJOYMENTS; BARRETT STRONG; THE AVALONS; and THE GALLAHADS; 
We thank you or stopping by and joining us here on the East LA Revue Internet Radio to join DJ Sugar Bear and “DOO WOP FOR LOVERS #28”. We encourage everyone to check-out the other DJ podcasts on this page and the Vinyl Classics as well. Check us out @ www.eastLArevue.com. Recording Time 47m 9s

windows media player Dreams of Doo Wop - #27 uploaded 1/23/17

macs or mp3 player Dreams of Doo Wop - #27uploaded 1/23/17

Welcome to the DREAMS OF DOO WOP Show with DJ Sugar Bear here on the East LA Revue Internet Radio. Sugar Bear continues with a special mix of DOO WOP FOR LOVERS #27. So, kick-back, relax, and enjoy the cruise.
We begin with music by: RON HOLDEN; HANK CASTRO; THE INTRUDERS; THE MASQUERADERS; BIG MANNY; NUESTRO; BECKY CORDOVA; THE MAJESTICS; DEAN JACKSON; THEE MIDNITERS; REDBONE; THE MANHATTANS; LINDA JONES THE KALDIRONS; and EJ and the ECHOES.
We thank you or stopping by and joining us here on the East LA Revue Internet Radio @ www.eastLArevue.com to join DJ Sugar Bear and “DOO WOP FOR LOVERS #27”. We encourage everyone to check-out the other DJ podcasts on this page and the Vinyl Classics as well.

Recording Time 56m 14s

 

 




windows media playerMusical Routes in Rhythm & Blues #5uploaded 11/4/16

macs or mp3 player Musical Routes in Rhythm & Blues #5 uploaded 11/4/16

Hello again and welcome to “Musical Routes – Rhythm and Blues Show #5” with your host and DJ Tom Morin. Tom went deep into the record vaults and extracted some rare gems for your entertainment and listening pleasure. Every song is recorded directly from our vinyl 45s and LPs for a deeper and richer tone and fidelity. It doesn’t sound better than this my friends. Check it out and enjoy the gift of music.
The song list includes some very interesting singles and was recorded especially for you. This show features our favorite female singing group - The Chantels with “So Sure of Love, If You Try, Whoever You Are, I Love You So, Every Night, and Look In My Eyes”. Tom continues with his special mix of songs including Respect by Otis Redding, Twine Time by Alvin Cash & the Crawlers, Selfish One by Jackie Ross, What’s the Matter (with you baby) by Marvin Gaye & Kim Weston, Time is Tight by Booker T & the MGs, Harlem Nocturne by The Viscounts, What’s Your Name by Don & Juan, Most of All by The Moon Glows, Groovy Baby by Billy Abbott, Stoney End by Laura Nyro, Don’t Say Nothing Bad by The Cookies, For Your Love by Ed Townsend, and You Waited Too Long by The Five Stair-Steps. Next, DJ Tom presents a set of songs by Ray Charles from his “Modern Sounds in Country & Western” record album. We hear “You Don’t Know Me, Make No Difference Now, Hey Good Lookin’, Careless Love, and You Are The Sunshine” with Margie Hendrix (also from the Cookies).
We thank you for logging-on and checking out the fifth edition of Musical Routes – Rhythm & Blues Show with Tom Morin. Please check out the other DJ shows and special features here on this music site. Our staff and DJs work many hours and they all pride themselves in presenting quality productions. The Vinyl Classics feature is cool too. Enjoy the East LA Revue Internet Radio music. Recording Time 1h 9m 55s

 

 


windows media playerSDVR 1 - 2017 AMERICAN INAUGARATION REVUE uploaded 1/11/17

macs or mp3 player SDVR 1 - 2017 AMERICAN INAUGARATION REVUE uploaded 1/11/17

American Inauguration Revue 2017: Dedicated to the Native American Water Protectors in their continued struggle to preserve Mother Earth this past year in Standing Rock, North Dakota and in Memory of George Michael.
EastLArevue.com presents Sapo’s Digital Vinyl Revolucion I 2017 and a special American Inauguration Revue. SDVR continues to feature an eclectic mix of both analog and digital recordings.  A wide selection of b-sides, album cuts, CD and cassette tracks cover a diverse range of artists from many genres and musical generations highlighting: Styx, Chicago, Lucinda Williams, Harold Melvin & The Bluenotes, City Folk The Temptations Jackson Browne, Bruce Hornsby & The Range, Tracy Chapman, Don Mclean, Cream, Kirsty MacColl and George Michael. This program will include short excerpt from passed presidential inaugural addresses complimented by politically and socially conscious musical selections.  Many of the analog stereo recordings represent a period when tape and vinyl were the standard formats for radio programming. The CDs with occasional Internet tracks showcase how music has succumbed to the cyber/digital age. EastLArevue.com programs such as SDVR reflect the websites diverse musical styles and formats. Keep logging and check out all current and future programs by our entire lineup of host DJs. Recording Time 1h 41m 1s

 

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