Saturday, October 25, 2014

Various Artist - Bayan ko

Bayan Ko

Ruben Tagalog
Sylvia La Torre
3 Rosas
Leopoldo Silos and his Symphonette
Juan Silos Jr. and his Rondalla



Side A
Pagpu-Pugay Sa Republika
Bayan Ko
Awit Ni Maria Clara
Magandang Pilipinas
Sa Sariling Bayan
Pilipinas, Inang Bayan

Side B
Ang Aking Bandila
Mutya Ng Silangan
Sampaguita
Sa Baybayin Ng Ilog Pasig
ang Bayan Ko't aking Lahi
Pilipinas Kong Mahal






Susan Cuevas

Susan Cuevas


Side A
Kailangan Pa Ba?
Saan At Kailan
Paano Na Ako
Pag-Ibig, Nasaan Ka
Nang Mawala ka

Side B
Ala-ala'y Nagbabalik
Ngayon Lang
Sabihin Mo
Kakaba-Kaba
Walang Hanggan









Posadas: Rita Soriano, Boy Posadas & The Romy Posadas Group

Posadas
featuring Rita Soriano, Boy Posadas & The Romy Posadas Group


Side A
If I Could reach you
Survival
Hasbrook heights
Last Night
I Didn't Get To Sleep At All
Keep Moving On
Theme from "Summer of 42"

Side B
Whoever You Are I love You
Love
The Happy Medium
Where Is The Love
It's Going To Take Sometime
Sham Time


Romy Posadas is a pianist and a jazz musician. He is considered to be one of the few foremost jazz musicians in the Philippines, and is the only Filipino who has been invited twice to perform at the world-famous Monterey Jazz Festival, in 1981 and 1982.

It was at the Manhattan Club where Posadas started to learn the rudiments of jazz. Opened in 1958, the jazz club was located along Shaw Blvd. where it is believed to have pioneered in the performance of jazz in Manila as far as club gigs are concerned. His first group that performed at the club was a Latin jazz quartet composed of piano, bass, drums and congas. They played tunes by Cal Tjader, George Shearing, Eddie Cano and Dave Brubeck who are his influences.

After the Manhattan jazz club sometime in 1961, Posadas and his group played at the Champagne Room of the Manila Hotel. Many years later, in 1982, Menchu Apostol played with his band at the Tap Room of the Manila Hotel. This was the year Posadas received the Aliw Awards for best jazz band and best instrumentalist. The band consisted of his wife on vocals, his son on drums and Roger Herrera Jr. on bass.


Posadas has spent about 20 years in Hongkong. He played for seven years at the Crown Colony's Hyatt and another seven years at the Marriott, where he also served as the musical director of all the outlets of the hotel. Romy also entertained nightly for seven years at the Hilton in Thailand and for a year at the Intercontinental Hotel in Singapore.









Maybelle Montero

Reminiscing


Side A
Crazy
All Alone Am I
Where Is Your Heart
Medley #1 (Going Out of My Head, The Look Of Love, More, Sunny)
Medley #2 (Yesterday When I Was Young, Today, Tomorrow, This Gal's In Love With You)

Side B
Maybe This Time
What Kind Of Fool Am I
The Rose
Medley #3 (Till There Was You, If I Fell, Here There And Everywhere, Yesterday)
Medley #4 (La Vie En Rose, I Love Paris, Summertime, You Make Me Feel So Young)











Florence Aguilar

Florence


Side A
Remeber me
the Way of Love
Pretty Ribbons
The Golden Sun
(All Of A Sudden) My Heart Sings
Mother Of Mine

Side B
Love And Devotion
I'm Yours
The Love Of A Boy
If I Give My Heart To You
The River Of No Return
I'll Always Love You



Florence Aguilar is a Filipino singer who was popular in the 1970s. A soprano, she popularized the song Ako'y Iniwan Mo in 1973 under Plaka Pilipino.

Florence Aguilar is an actress, known for Manang biday sa maynila (1973), MalagueƱa (1972) and Leron-leron sinta (1972).





Monday, October 13, 2014

Leon Obien

Wooden Tree


Side AWooden Tree
Praise Honor And Glory
Seeds Of Faith
Life Is Where I Am Going
Steps of A Good Man

Side B
Lord Of Everything
Jonathan Christopher
This is Time
The Way
Far, Far Away













Saturday, October 4, 2014

The Jazz Friends

The Jazz Friends


Side A
Jazz complex
Mild concept
Blues-A-Nova
Planting rice

Side B
Suite For chmber Jazz
 -Mang Biday
 -Leron, leron Sinta
 -Saringbanggi
 -Lulay
In A Playful Mood



The Jazz Friends:

Tony Velarde, drums and Percussion
Lito Molina, Alto Saxophone
Piding Alava, Electric Piano and Synthesizer
Tiny Umali Jr, Bass