Friday, June 26, 2015

Eddie Mesa

The "Total" Performer


Side A
When You've Gotta Go
Clair
You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'
Soul And Inspiration
Superwoman
From here To Eternity

Side B
I Can See Clearly Now
Just Say I Love Her
They Remind Me Too Much of You
Jailhouse Rock
Unchained Melody
That's When Your Heartaches Begin





Eduardo Eigenmann (born 1940), better known as Eddie Mesa, is a Filipino actor and singer. He was discovered by talent agents when he sung a Sammy Davis song. Afterwards he changed his surname to his mother's maiden name as Eddie Mesa, lead singer of Eddie Mesa and the The Trippers. He was nicknamed Elvis Presley of the Philippines during his time as an impersonator of Elvis. He has acted in movies with Susan Roces and the late Fernando Poe Jr. Today he lives with his wife in the United States, where he has become a pastor who sings for God. He is the father of Michael de Mesa, Mark Gil and Cherie Gil and grandfather of Andi Eigennman.






Carmen Patena

Choice Cuts



Side A
Wonderful Dream
The World's Greatest Clown
My Way
A Handful of Your Love
The First Time (Ever I Saw Your Face)
If we Only Have Love

Side B
All In Love Is Fair
Turn Back The Hands of Time
Ballad of The Sad Yound Men
Sometime
One Tomorrow
Without You




Carmen Pateña is a popular singer in the 60s and 70s. She had a TV show entitled Carman on Camera. She recorded 8 albums.




Saturday, June 6, 2015

Saint And Sinners

Buhay Sa Mundo


Side A

Buhay Sa Mundo
Magtitiis Na Lamang
Liligaya Rin
Pusong Salawahan
Naglalambing Lamang Ako
Puso Ko'y Sa Iyo

Side B

Magtapat Ka Giliw
Ayaw Kang Maniwala
Hinagpis Ng Puso Ko
Sa Iyo'y nagmamahal
Di Kita Maiiwan
Lumigaya Ka Lamang








Mimi Baylon

Hindi Ako Laruan


Side A

Hindi Ako Laruan
Bulag Na Pag-Ibig
Sa Piling Ng Iba
Kunwari Lang Pala
Pinaibig Mo Lang

Side B
Isang Dakot
Iniibig Ko Ang Iniibig Mo
Mababaliw Ako
Akala Ko
Isang Gabing Pag-Ibig



Estilong Pinoy

Estilong Pinoy
 

Side A

Surfin'USA
Never My Love
To Love Somebody
Shy Girl
It Doesn't Matter Anyhow
The Young Ones

Side B
I Saw Her Standing There
This Diamond Ring
I'll Be True To You (yes I Will)
Mrs. Brown You've Got A Lovely Daughter
I'm A Rock
Like Strangers








Efren Montes

Kiss Me, Kiss Me




Side A
Kiss Me, Kiss Me
I Can Lose
I'll Never Fall In Love Again
Mother Song
Long Tally Sally
If You Really Want Me

Side B
Mama, I Love You
How Would You Know
A Place In The Sun
Oh, My Papa
What Have I Done
'Twas A Lucky Day




Often confused with Boy Mondragon ("Rain gently falls..."), Efren Montes was a child star in the Seventies who, according to one of many trivia listings that are forwarded via email, remade the song "Kiss Me, Kiss Me." As a child actor, Efren was a regular in Channel 9's family sitcom Padre de Pamilya, whose cast was headed by then Tisoy lead, now radio commentator, Jimmy Morato.

Later, Efren would attend a training school for music and in 1981, join his first band, The Amicables. His singing career brought him around the Philippines and gigs in Guam, Bahrain, Saipan, Thailand, Japan and Hong Kong. He joined touring bands like A-Live in 1993 and Chorus Gold in 1996. He also produced videokes.





Guillermo Gomez-Rivera

Nostalgia Filipina


Side A
Moza Del Pasig
Caviteno Soy
El Pipit
Valse De Cavite
Miradas orientales
Flor De Manila

Side B
Mariposa Bella
Flor Filipina
Bella Filipina
Un Beso No Es Pecado
El Papay De Manila
Zamboanga





Gómez Rivera's journalism career started with the magazine El maestro during the 1960s. Its goal was to aid Filipino teachers in Spanish in the practice of their profession. Aside from being the current editor of Nueva era, he also edits two other weeklies: The Listening Post and The Tagalog Chronicle.In 1997, he worked on television as a segment host of ABS-CBN's now defunct early morning program Alas Singko Y Medya, presenting a five-minute Spanish lesson. Gómez Rivera released an LP back in 1960 when he was producing La voz hispanofilipina, a radio program on DZRH. It was a product of his research on a number of "lost" Filipino songs sung in Spanish during the Spanish colonial era. He reintroduced the songs through the LP entitled Nostalgia filipina, where his vocal interpretation is accompanied by a rondalla. Digitally remastered with funding from the Spanish Program for Cultural Cooperation, the LP was reissued and launched at Instituto Cervantes de Manila on August 14, 2006.