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windows media playerMuñoz Tax Show #2 uploaded 2/19/15

macs or mp3 player Muñoz Tax Show #2 uploaded 2/19/15

It’s never too late to file them taxes, it’s never a bad time to enjoy a nice Tax refund, and it’s never a wrong time to listen to some good cruising music as you go about your day, afternoon, or night, brought to you by Munoz Tax Service of Pacoima, California.
More great music by: The Ambertones; Archie Bell and the Drells; Earth Wind and Fire; The Emotions; The Entertainers Four; Tower of Power; Thee Midniters; The Supremes; Tierra; Joe Bataan; James Brown and the Famous Flames; Issac Avila; The Imaginations; The Impressions; Tina Turner; The Royal Jesters; Color Me Bad; and The Intruders.   
East L.A. Revue Radio and Munoz Tax Service ~ what a great combination of talent, tradition, service, brains and attitude! Check us out…we ain’t bad!!  Recording Time 68m 4s

 

windows media player Munoz Tax Show #1 uploaded 2/19/15

macs or mp3 player Munoz Tax Show #1 uploaded 2/19/15

Once again it’s Tax Time 2015, and Munoz Tax Services of Pacoima want you to enjoy some great music as you prepare for that annual occasion, as they sponsor today’s show.
We offer some great music on today’s how by such artists as: Balance; Becky Cordova; John Handy; Keith Sweat; Mary Wells; The 3 Degrees; Tony Toni Toni; Tyrone Davis; The Viscounts; Toby King; Blues Groove; Wilson Pickett; Pepe Marquez; Original Sacrifice; Midnight Star; and Klymaxx. All for you listening, dancing, and romancing pleasure.
A copy of this show is also offered as a thank you gift when you have you taxes done at Munoz Tax Service. Give them a call at 818-899-1058 or visit them at 13683 Van Nuys Blvd, in Pacoima CA. 91331.

Recording Time 77m 30s



windows media player Two Hour KUCR Special 1/31/2015

macs or mp3 player Two Hour KUCR Special 1/31/2015


windows media playerInterview with Esperanza Tijerina uploaded 1/28/15

macs or mp3 player Interview with Esperanza Tijerina uploaded 1/28/15

Reies Lopez Tijerina was born on a mound of cotton sacks on Sept. 21, 1926, near Falls City, Texas, to a family of migrant workers. In his early life he served briefly as a minister with the Assemblies of God before founding a utopian community in Pinal County, AZ, in the early 1950s. He had risen from general obscurity as a roaming country preacher in the Southwest to international fame as one of the most daring revolutionary figures in United States history.
Tijerina created the Valley of Peace religious center in Southern Arizona in 1956. At about this time Tijerina learned of many families in the state of New Mexico who had been dispossessed of their ancestral lands. Tijerina had a mystic vision which he interpreted as a calling to move to New Mexico to help the Hispanos there reclaim legal jurisdiction over ancient land grants.
He took up the cause of land-grant restoration in the 1960s and is best known as one of the earliest pioneers, and among the most influential social activists of the Mexican-American or Chicano Civil Rights Movement (although he best prefers the term Indo-Hispano). He is routinely identified as one of the "four horsemen" of the early social movements, along with Cesar Chavez, the farm labor organizer in California; Colorado Chicano activist Rodolfo "Corky" Gonzales; and La Raza Unida Party co-founder Jose Angel Gutierrez in Texas.
Reies Lopez Tijerina founded the Alianza Federal de Pueblos Libres (Federal Alliance of Land Grants) in New Mexico to reclaim Spanish and Mexican land grants held by Mexicans and Native Americans before the U.S.-Mexican War (nearly 100 million-acres). The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, signed after the U.S. victory over Mexico, guaranteed Mexican citizens the retention of their land grants. The Alianza hoped to reclaim ownership of land through the courts of New Mexico; however, it was determined in a court ruling that the United States Congress was the arbitrator on issues of land rights based on international treaties.
Tijerina became famous when on June 5, 1967 he led an armed raid on the Rio Arriba County Courthouse in Tierra Amarilla, NM. This event brought the issue of land rights to national attention and became a stimulus for the Chicano movement. The raid climaxed in a 90-minute shoot-out at the court house of Tierra Amarilla when Alianzistas tried to make a citizen's arrest of certain New Mexican officials. The incident turned New Mexico into a battleground and put Tijerina on the front pages of the world's newspapers.
In 1968, Tijerina unsuccessfully ran for governor of New Mexico with The People's Constitutional Party. He also collaborated closely with the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. on the Poor People's Campaign. Although Tijerina was found not guilty of the charges related to the courthouse raid, he eventually was convicted of charges stemming from the occupation of the amphitheater. He was jailed repeatedly and between June of 1969 and July of 1971 was held at in a federal penitentiary which led to the eventual dissolution of the Alianza, given the conditions of parole which included he could not speak about or lead any organization that addressed land grant issues.
They Called Me "King Tiger": My Struggle for the Land and Our Rights is Reies Lopez Tijerina's autobiography (Jose Angel Gutierrez - Author, Translator), in it, he archived his actions during the uprooting of the 1960s Mexican-American Civil Rights Movement. He was the only one of the group to keep a record of his work to explain what brought him and his Federal Land Grant Alliance members to break the law. Challenging the New Mexico and national authorities, reclaiming part of a national forest reserve, and invading and taking over a courthouse won him the admiration of many young activists then and now.
Reies passed at the age of 88 in El Paso, Texas, on January 19, 2015.
He spent many of his last years working to get his third wife, Esperanza, admittance to the U.S. from Mexico. He succeeded, and she survives him, as do eight of his 10 children and numerous grandchildren.
Thank you - Gracias, Enrique G. Murillo, Jr., Ph.D



windows media playerClassic Oldies 2/28/15

macs or mp3 player Classic Oldies 2/28/15

Welcome everybody to the 9th edition of the Great American Song Book here on the Internet Jukebox at East LA Revue. On this edition I return with Classic Oldies and feature the music of The Ronettes with Be My Baby, The Contours with Do You Love Me, Bruce Channel with Hey Baby, Mickey & Sylvia with Love Is Strange, The Drifters with Some Kind Of Wonderful, Otis Redding with Lover Man, Joe Hinton with Funny How Time Slips Away, Jerry Butler with Only The Strong Survive, Tyrone Davis with Can I Change My Mind, The Chiffons with He's So Fine, Johnie Taylor with Who Making Love ? , The Intruders with Cowboys To Girls, Maxine Brown with Oh No Not My Baby, Billy Stewart with I Do Love You, Deon Jackson with Love Makes The World Go Round, The Casinos with Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye, Barbara Lewis with Baby I'm Yours, Fontella Bass with Rescue Me, Leon Haywood with It's Got To Be Mellow, Jackie Wilson with Baby Workout, James & Bobby Purify with I'm Your Puppet, Shorty Long with Function At The Junction, Dobie Gray with The In Crowd, The Ikettes with I'm Blue, The Young Holt Trio with Wack Wack, Aretha Franklin with Sweet Baby and ending the 9th edition with The Beatles and the little tune In My Life.
             So if you want to hear what you can't find on the FM radio airways today then log on the Internet Jukebox here at www.eastlarevue.com and scroll down to The Great American Song Book with me the Chino as I present your with the 9th edition of the program a little Classic Oldies for your listening and dancing pleasure and where we keep the music playing so it never dies.

 

windows media playerSmooth Soul and Jazz uploaded 2/20/2015

macs or mp3 player Smooth Soul and Jazz uploaded 2/20/2015

Welcome everybody to the Internet Jukebox and the Great American Song Book where we keep the music playing so it never dies. On this edition my 8th for this year I feature classic Smooth Soul & Jazz with music from 15 artist's starting with that classic theme tune from a popular TV show Moonlighting from Al Jarreau. Then I follow that with Anita Baker with Caught up in the Rapture , Babyface with Lady Lady, Alex Wilson with Sophisticated Lady, Aretha Franklin with Call Me, The Commodores with This is Your Life, Atlantic Star with All in The Name of Love, Chaka Khan with Through The Fire, Barry White with Practice What You Preach, Curtis Mayfield with So in Love, Boz Scaggs with Lowdown, Chicago with Call On Me, Donny Hathaway with You Were Meant For Me and finishing of the show with the classic Donald Byrd and his tune Flight Time.
So come to the Internet Jukebox here at East LA Revue. Com were all our DJ’s keep the music playing 24/7 and join me the Chino right here on The Great American Song Book as I present you my 8th edition of the show for your listing and dancing pleasure and fill free to contact me for any music you would like to hear 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   www.eastlarevue.com

 

So if you love the smooth sounds of soulful jazz and have some time in your day then log on the www.eastlarevue.com and the Internet Jukebox then scroll down to the Great American Song Book with the Chino as he presents you the 3rd edition of the year a little Smooth Jazz for your listening and dancing pleasure and fill free to contact me and let me know your feedback on how to make it better for you to enjoy the show.




Chico

 

windows media player Hijole Que Suave  uploaded 2/8/2015

macs or mp3 player Hijole Que Suave uploaded 2/8/2015

 

Gozando with Chico is proud to bring you the finest in Musica for your listening and dancing pleasure. We enjoy sharing music from our library for you to enjoy and relax to. Hijole Que Suave showcases the fine sounds and talents of: Susie Hansen, Eddie Benitez, El Chicano, Dr. Loco & his Rockin Jalapeno Band, Barela Band, Poncho Sanchez, Joe Bataan, Ernie Garibay, La Mission Band, Sensemaya, Little Willie G, Tierra, Malo, WAR, Mundo Armijo & Irma Cui Cui Rangel, Paul Ortiz, Landy Nova and the finest in dulce musica.  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. Special Thanks to Steven Chavez & Janie Chavez, Latino LA.com, Suave Grooves Records, The Kool Katz Band, The Chico Band for use of the CHICO Theme, Our webmaster - Alfred Alva,  my Co-Producer Howard “El Chino”  For more information please visit us online at www.GozandowithChico.com. We remind you to please keep the spirit of musica alive in your hearts and your homes.

Recording time:  81:09




windows media player Dreaming y Gozando uploaded 2/8/2015

 macs or mp3 player  Dreaming y Gozando uploaded 2/8/2015

 

Gozando with Chico is 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. On this new show we mix the colorful sounds of Latin Jazz and Soul.  Dreaming y Gozando showcases the fine sounds and talents of: Azteca, Barrio Latino, Cuban Jazz Combo, Latin Quarter Band, Edgardo Cintron, Poncho Sanchez, Scott Martin, Ricky Arroyo, Tierra, Ruben Ramos & The Mexican Revolution, Joe Bataan, Los Alacranes, Here Comes el Son, Willie Bobo, Mongo Santamaria 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 www.GozandowithChico.com. We remind you to please keep the spirit of musica alive in your hearts and your homes.

Recording time:  79:18



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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 -Chico@gozandowithchico.com 

Executive Producer - Howard "El Chino" Ng -Howard@gozandowithchico.com
Webmaster & Associate Producer - Alfred "Master of the webs" Aalva@aalva.net
Visit us online at: www.gozandowithchico.com
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windows media player  Tejano Music 2015 uploaded 2/23/2015

macs or mp3 player Tejano Music 2015 uploaded 2/23/2015

Qvole Mi Gente!!! Chicano Express Radio is playing New Tejano Music for 2015 with Barand New Releases from Present day Tejano Legends & New Upcoming Artists such as: Rodeo, Conjunto Inc. de Rob Mendez, Savanah, Gary Hobbs, David Lee Garza y Musicales, Beatriz y DeZtino, Los Carnales, Conjunto Romo, Emilio Guerrero, Elida y Avante, Grupo Alamo, Braulio y Fuzzion, Zinnmedida, New Variety Band, Humberto "Beto Ramon y Luna Lllena, SuenoSA, & Tornado y Sus Vengadores.

Hope you enjoy the show & the Music right here on Chicano Express Radio & East LA Revue Internet Jukebox. Have a great day Mi Gente!!! You can also listen to Chicano Express Radio at www.chicanoexpress.com



windows media playerDOO WOP FOR LOVERS, volume 15 uploaded 02/05/15

macs or mp3 player DOO WOP FOR LOVERS, volume 15 uploaded 02/05/15

Greetings and welcome to the DREAMS OF DOO WOP Show with DJ Sugar Bear here on the East LA Revue.com internet radio site. We are continuing the Doo Wop For Lovers series with volume 15. We are featuring some classic Doo Wop and Rhythm & Blues songs for you to enjoy! Some get close with someone you’re tight with and let’s take a cruise.
The songs on this show are performed by: Herb Johnson; The Inspirations; The Shells; Little Willie John; Little Victor and the Vistas; Earth Angels; The Romancers; The Cheaters; Paula and Little Joe and the Latinairs; Rene and Ray; The Festivals; The Ringleaders; The Channels; Mike and the Censations; and Ann Fleming.
We thank you or stopping by and joining us here on the East LA Revue.com Internet Radio site and specifically for stopping by to join DJ Sugar Bear and “Doo Wop for Lovers #15”. We encourage everyone to check-out the other DJ podcasts on this page and the Vinyl Classics as well. There is something here for everyone. Recording Time 40m 17s

 




windows media playerWinter Love and Revolution Revue 2014-2015 uploaded 12/23/14

macs or mp3 player Winter Love and Revolution Revue 2014-2015 uploaded 12/23/14

The EastLArevue.com Internet Radio presents the new Sapo’s Digital Vinyl Revolucion show. This “Winter Love and Revolution Revue 2014-2015” edition features an eclectic mix of both analog and digital recordings. A wide selections of B-sides, album cuts, CD and cassette tracks cover a diverse range of artists from many genres and musical generations highlighting: The Eagles, Los Lobos, Thelma Houston, Leo Sayer, The Grateful Dead, Simon and Garfunkel, The O'Jays ,Tower Of Power , Honey Cone, Isaac Hayes, Richie Havens, David Lindley & El Rayo-X, Band Aid , Hot Chocolate, The Alarm, Chicago, Fishbone, Gangsters of Love, and John Lennon. Sapos collection of analog stereo recordings represent a period when tape and vinyl were the standard formats for radio programming.  He includes CDs and occasional Internet tracks as music succumbs 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. On behalf of the DJ Sapo and the entire East La Revue.Com staff have a safe and happy holiday season. 

Recording Time 75m 40s





windows media playerCruzin' Through Midnite  KUCR  9 - 2014 uploaded 1/19/14

macs or mp3 player Cruzin' Through Midnite  KUCR  9 - 2014 uploaded 1/19/14

Welcome to the “Cruzin’ Thru Midnite Show” here on the East LA Revue.com internet radio site. This is a rebroadcast of Beto’s September 20, 2014 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 La SNOOPY joins El Beto-man in presenting some fine music, so kick-back and enjoy the show.
We enjoy El Beto-Man’s shows when he comes down to the ELA Revue.com Studios here in beautiful Chavez Bay. 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” and 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 95m 58s




windows media playerMusical Routes in Rhythm & Blues # 21uploaded 8/29/14

macs or mp3 player Musical Routes in Rhythm & Blues # 21uploaded 8/29/14

Hello all you music lovers! Welcome to another Musical Routes in Rhythm & Blues Show. This is Tom Morin and I will be your musical guide for this our 21st show here on the East LA Revue.com Internet Radio. This is a very exciting time, after spending many adventurous hours in our music vaults searching and discovering songs from the early days of Rhythm & Blues and now ready to share these wonderful tunes with you.
The artists on this show include: Lowell Fulsom; The O’Jays; Lou Rawls; Mabel John; Jimmy McCracklin; Kim Weston; Howard Tate; Garnet Mimms; Jimmy Hughes; Sam & Dave; Bobby “Blue” Bland; Martha & the Vandellas; The Four Tops; Shades of Blue; The Ronettes; The Dixie Cups; and Javier Batiz.      
Thank you for stopping by The East LA Revue.com Internet Radio site, especially from the Musical Routes in Rhythm & Blues Show. We hope that you enjoyed the tunes that TOM MORIN selected. We encourage everyone to check out the other DJ podcasts on this page and the Vinyl Classics feature. The show was recorded and mixed by Steven Chavez. Photo of Javier Batiz by Tom Morein. Thank you.

Recording Time 65m 14s

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