Friday, February 27, 2015

Arnold Gamboa

Habang May Buhay

Side A
Save Your Kisses For Me
sana Ay magbalik
Oh My Mama
Panaginip Ko'y Ikaw
Won't You Say You Love Me
Habang May Buhay

Side B
The One I Dearly Love
pag-Asa Ko
one day
Ako Lang Ang Mamahalin
I'll Always love You
Wala Kang Habag

Arnold Gamboa is an actor, known for Paru-parung itim (1973), High School Circa '65 (1979) and Lumuha pati mga anghel (1971). One of the "Apat na Sikat", Arnold was the boy-next-door image of Philippine movie and television of the 1970s, long before the era of the Bagets

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Saturday, February 21, 2015

Vilma Santos


Side A
Dry Your eyes
Bring Back Your Love
Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head
When The Clock Strikes One
So With Me

Side B
It's Wonderful To Be In Love
Baby, Baby, Baby
Sealed With A kiss
Then Along Came You "Edgar"
Love Love

Vilma Santos-Recto (born November 3, 1953) commonly known as Ate Vi is a Filipino actress and politician. She is known as the Star for all Seasons for her various roles in different genres of her movies and holds the titles of Grand Slam Queen and as the longest reigning box office queen of Philippine cinema

    1969 - Sixteen
    1969 - Wonderful to be in Love
    1969 - I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Clause
    1970 - Something Stupid
    1970 - Bring Back Your Love
    1970 - I Wonder Why
    1971 - Abadaba Honeymoon
    1971 - Bobby, Bobby, Bobby
    1971 - Dry Your Eyes
    1971 - Love, Love
    1971 - Mandolin in the Moonlight
    1971 - Sealed with a Kiss
    1971 - Tweedle Tweddle Dee
    1971 - Wonderful World of Music
    1971 - You Made Me Love You
    1972 - Rikitik
    1973 - Palung-Palo
    1974 - Tok Tok Palatok

    2000 - Anak Soundtrack
    2005 - Vilma CD - collection of 23 songs

  Awards in Recording
    1970 Sixteen given by Willears Records
    1974 Palong-Palo given by Vicor Records

Sunday, February 15, 2015

Sandwich Band

Five On The Floor

Side A
View Master
Walang Kadala Dala

Side B
Incase Of Fire
Goodnight January
Let Your Cellphone Shine

Sandwich •Sandwich (stylized as "< S >andwich" in earlier releases) is a Filipino alternative rock band from Philippines. The band consisted of lead vocalist Raimund Marasigan, Guitarists Diego Castillo and Mong Alcaraz, bassist Myrene Academia and drummer Mike Dizon. The band released 7 albums Grip Stand Throw (1999), 4-Track Mind (2000), Thanks To The Moon's Gravitational Pull (2003), Five on the Floor (2006), <S> Marks the Spot (2008), Contra Tiempo (2010) and Fat Salt & Flame (2013)

The band formed in 1998 by Raimund Marasigan (former drummer of Eraserheads) and Diego Castillo (The Aga Mulach Experience) for the purpose of fulfilling their mutual desire to work together. When Raimund Marasigan saw The Aga Muhlach Experience in a gig, He told to diego that he want to form a band that sounds like Weezer and Whales recruiting Diego Castillo and his band mates from The Aga Muhlach Experience consist of Mike Dizon (Teeth & Pedicab) to play drums and Myrene Academia (Imago & Duster) to handle bass duties. Sandwich was searching for a vocalist when music video director Marie Jamora recommended her friend Marc Abaya (Kjwan). A few years earlier, Marasigan was a judge at a contest where Marc Abaya jammed to a Beastie Boys song with his high-school band, Shirley Beans. Abaya then joined Sandwich. When Abaya and Marasigan met each other, they jammed together performing Beastie Boys "Sabotage" for 8 hours.

Although existing simultaneously with the Marasigan's foremost band at that time, Eraserheads, Sandwich provided a heavier, grittier sound, and built up their own fan base. Abaya was still in college at the time, and Marasigan would still tour occasionally with the Eraserheads, but these weren’t hindering factors for Sandwich, as there were many session musicians ready to take over in case of a member's absence.

After Abaya's departure, Raimund Marasigan assumed main vocal duties when Abaya left, but they remained a 5-piece band as the missing spot was later filled by Mong Alcaraz of the band Chicosci.the band wrote songs for soundtracks, including "Humanda Ka" for the online game Tantra, and "Nginiig" for the ABS-CBN television program of the same name.

In late 2005, Mong Alcaraz of Chicosci joined the band to solidify Sandwich's new sound and assume guitar duties which Abaya had left behind.

In early 2006, Sandwich released their fourth album, Five on the Floor. This was their first album with Marasigan as the sole frontman. In late-October 2006, their songs "Sugod" and "DVDX" became available on the online music game O2Jam. The video for "Sugod" won five major awards at the 2006 MTV Pilipinas Music Awards, including Video of the Year, Best Director, and Best Editing. In the same year, Sandwich members Mong Alcaraz and Myrene Acamedia won the Best Guitarist and Best Bassist awards at the NU Rock Awards. The following year, "DVDX" won the Best Music Video award from the same awards show. The former vocalist Marc Abaya express appreciation of the Five on the Floor album. He cried and happy for his former band and saying that the sound of the fifth album is what sandwich meant to be.

In 2007, Sandwich performed "Zaido", the theme song for the fantaserye action series Zaido: Pulis Pangkalawakan, which aired on GMA 7. The song was written by Raimund Marasigan.

In 2008, their fifth album' <S> Marks the Spot, was released. The album received recognition from various awards shows, thanks to its singles Procrastinator and Betamax. In celebration of their 10th year in the industry, Sandwich briefly reunited with former vocalist Marc Abaya in a series of anniversary shows.

This year also started the 4-year relationship with Tanduay as Sandwich became part of Tanduay's First Five wherein 5 of the most popular bands in the country including 6cyclemind had a nationwide tour playing their hits.

In 2010, Sandwich launched their sixth studio album, Contra Tiempo featuring the single Putik, which the band dedicates to the victims of Typhoon Ondoy (international name Ketsana). Lakad was then released as the second single from the album.

2012 was a year where the band had a chance to travel and share their music to different countries. They participated in the Hong Kong Clockenflap Music and Arts Festival, Malaysia's Future Music Festival and the Hollywood Bowl with Apl de Ap of the Black Eyed Peas in Los Angeles, USA.

In April 2013, they released their newest album, Fat Salt & Flame, under Polyeast Records. A vinyl pressing of this album is rumored to be on the works.

Sandwich cited influence are Foo Fighters, Weezer, Sonic Youth, Beastie Boys, Whale, The Cure, Led Zeppelin, The Doors, Nine Inch Nails, Deftones and LCD Soundsystem. The band main influence are Weezer and Whale. During their gig at 19 east sucat, Raimund mentioned that they want to be awesome like Foo Fighters, Indie like Sonic Youth and Hip hop like Beastie Boys. When Marc was the vocalist of the band, he mentioned in the interview that his main influence was Led Zeppelin, Jim Morrison of The Doors. Myrene and Mong also mentioned they love LCD Soundsystem.

Band Members:
Current Members

    Raimund Marasigan - lead vocals, keyboards (1998–present), rhythm guitar, backing vocals (1998-2005)
    Myrene Academia - bass guitar, backing vocals (1998–present)
    Mong Alcaraz - lead guitar, backing vocals, keyboards (2005–present)
    Diego Castillo - rhythm guitar, backing vocals (1998–present)
    Mike Dizon - drums (1998–present)

Former Member
    Marc Abaya - co-lead and backing vocals, unclean vocals, lead guitar (1998-2005)


Gary Granada

Musika Ni Gary Granada

Side A
Pag-Ibig Lang
Saranggola Sa Ulan
Mabuti Pa Sila
Kahit Konti

Side B
Salamat Musika feat. Nanette Inventor
Saan Ka Man Naroroon with Belle Puruganan - Villanueva
Pag Nanalo Ang Ginebra feat. Bayang Barrios
Itatawid, Ihahatid Kita with Cooky Chua & Noel Cabangon
Ang Aking Kubo
Paano Mahalin Ang Katulad Mo feat. Cooky Chua

Gary Granada (born 1960 in Maco, Compostela Valley) is a well-known Filipino musician, composer and singer-songwriter. He is also a tutor at the University of the Philippines, a board member to several organizations, a union organizer, broadcaster, and voice talent, among others. Many of his songs carry political themes.

Granada learned the ukulele at his father’s insistence, learned how to play guitar proficiently as well, got up to grade one in piano, and never learned how to read music. He made a lot of compositions: topical compositions as well as advertising jingles, with some becoming hits at one time or another.

Granada is also an avid Barangay Ginebra San Miguel fan, and composed numerous songs about the Ginebra San Miguel Kings basketball team; "Ginebrang Ginebra"; "Kapag Nananalo ang Ginebra (When Ginebra Wins)" sung by Bayang Barrios; and "Kapag Natatalo ang Ginebra (When Ginebra Loses)", sung by himself. The latest of these tribute songs was "Dugong Ginebra", written right after the 2008 PBA Fiesta Conference championship.


Thursday, February 5, 2015

Novo Bono Jr.

If You Go Away

Side A
If You Go away
Don't Give Your Love Away
Strange Feelin'
If You Ever Leave Me
Yesterday When I was Young

Side B
Free Again
Oh, How Much I Love You
With These Hands
I'd Rather Cry
A House Is Not A Home

Novo Bono Jr. is an actor, known for If You Go Away (1970), Basang Sisiw (1970) and Intensity '70 (1970)

Saturday, January 31, 2015

Anthony Villamora


Side A
Why (Why Do I Love You)
Don't 9Don't Ever Leave Me)
Lonely Tree
Never Ever

Side B
Baby Oh baby
What (What Shall I Do)
How (How Can I Tell You)
My Darling

Anthony VI. Villamora  is the same composer who wrote some notable songs such as The Donuts' "Sikret Lab".

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Saturday, January 17, 2015

Boy Mondragon


Side A
With My Heart
Only You
Road To Love
To Forget You
A House Is Not A Home
Come Back To Me

Side B
What Am I Gonna Do
I Know
Please Forgive Me
Yester-Me, Yester-You, Yesterday

Boy Mondragon (1958-) is a Filipino singer. He worked for Vicor Artists and was particularly successful on Filipino radio in the 1970s. He is best known for his hit Rain.

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