Saturday, July 26, 2014

Aiza Seguerra

Open Arms


Side A
time after time
Open arms
Over the rainbow

Side B
I Can't Make You Love Me
At Last
Smooth Operator

Aiza Seguerra (born 17 September 1983) is a Filipina actress, singer-songwriter and guitarist. After participating on Eat Bulaga!'s Little Miss Philippines 1987 she became a child star starring in several movies and TV shows. Later in her teens, she pursued a career in music spawning her major hit single, Pagdating ng Panahon (When the Time Comes).

She first appeared as a three-year-old contestant of Eat Bulaga!'s Little Miss Philippines. She subsequently became part of the show from 1987 to 1997.

As a child star, she appeared in more than 30 movies and TV shows to date. She often portrayed the role of actor and fellow Eat Bulaga! host Vic Sotto’s daughter in numerous films. She portrayed the role of Aiza Kabisote, daughter of Enteng Kabisote in Okey Ka Fairy Ko! from 1987 to 1997. She only appeared in six movies for Regal Films. At age 14, she competed in Bong Revilla's Invitational Shootfest '98, and has won several awards in the sport.

During her late teens she began pursuing a career in music; singing and playing the guitar. Her single Pagdating ng Panahon became a major hit in 2001 and it enabled her to start a music career.

Seguerra won The Singing Bee on July 8, 2008 after Rachel Alejandro gave up her throne as defending champion due to other engagements. She defeated her co-contestant singer Bituin Escalante. Seguerra won P1,040,000 for a second time on July 10, raising her total winnings now to P 2,080,000.

Seguerra also performed in Singapore for the Singapore Repertory Theatre presentation of the stage play "Avenue Q."

On January 7, 2013, Seguerra entered the Himig Handog P-Pop Love Songs contest as the interpreter for the song entry called "Anong Nangyari Sa Ating Dalawa", written by Jovinor Tan. She performed the song in the grand finals on February 24 at the SM Mall of Asia Arena. The song eventually finished in first place for Best P-pop Love Song thus rewarding the writer of her song one million pesos in cash


Dalawang Ampaw - Ador Torres and Jessie Saclo



Side A
Kalisud Nga Ispilingon
Himili Nga Dalaga
Di Buenas' Di Malas
Nawong Mo ayaw'g Bag-A

Side B
Sultihi Ko
Subra Nang 150
Ang Pagminyo Dili Komidya
Kon Mahimo Pa Lang
Siya Diay amuyong Lang
Lantaw-Lantaw' Lingi-Lingi

Azo-cena is teh nonsense of two master practitioners of the Filipina style of wacky, slapstickwit. Ang dalawang Ampaw, Ador torres and Jessie Saclo. Ador Torres is the lighthearted componet of the famed Mabuhay singers, while Jessie Saclo is well-known composer-lyricist of the modern kundiman. well, take the case of these two masters of their musical art. In This ludicious case of "letting go". Or, as the tagalog would put it: "pagwa-wala".

And when they let go, they do not let go on which nothing happens - or in which they don't really get that much fun. And now, Villar Music Masters proudly presents the Torres-Saclo tunedem as they make you laugh and scatter you around your living room floor like ampaws with their antics - that even ampaw you to haw-haw-haw in pieces.

Got to pieces too with Ador and Jessie when they make double meaning of that sweetly innocent song "azo-Cena" as one of the famous of our Philippines flowers as well as a word for a delicacy that's still "underground".

Friday, July 11, 2014

Orly Ilacad And The Ramrods

Sound 66


Side A
Let's Do the Jerk
I'm In Love With You
Never Be Blue
Feeling alright
U.S. Mail
I Love You

Side B
Little Girl
I Took My Baby Home
Dreaming Of You
Mama Do Jerkin'
Lonely Nights
Don't You Know

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15 Best Songs


Side A
Wait For me Baby
She's The Only Girl For Me
Judy In Disguise
Here, In My Heart
Simon Say's

Side B
Busy Line
Send Me
I Only Know I Love You
Turn Around Look At Me
I Can take Or Leave Your Loving
Was I Right?
No One Can Break A Heart Like You

Bert Dominic

Mahal Na Mahal Kita

Side A
Mahal Na Mahal Kita
Hanggang Doon Kay Bathala
Alay Ng Puso
Iibigin Kita Magpakailan Man
Pusong Alinlangan
Balitaw Ni Neneng

Side B
Bawal Na Pag-Ibig
Sadyang Ganyan Ang Buhay
Kahit Ka Na Lumimot
Sapagkat Iniibig Kita
Kung Ako'y Mahal Mo
Dahil Sa Iyong Kataksilan


The Voice Of Bert Dominic


Side A
My Love Will Never die
I'm Sorry if i Hurt You
Please Give Me Your Love
Dearest One
One Little Kiss

Side B
Till My Dying Day
I'll Still Be true
No Love In My Heart
So alone And So Blue
Let Me Say You're Mine
Love Me

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Friday, July 4, 2014

Tirso Cruz III

Tirso Cruz III


Side A
What Have You To Say
Both Sides Now
The Magic Of Love
Soul Deep
Give Me Your Love
Gimme Some More

Side B
If I Were A King
My Pledge Of Love
Please Be Mine
Baby Say No
Don't Let Go
In The Year 2525

By Special Request


Side A
Lucky Guy
My Heart Belongs To Only You
Mr. Dieingly Sad
Shy Girl
Mr. Blue
The End

Side B
I Can't Stop Loving You
Love Me Tender
Since My Love Has Gone
Are You Lonesome Tonight
Am I That Easy To Forget
The Wonder of You



Side A
Maria Leonora Theresa
Darling Please Come Back
Once It Was I
After Eternity
When Somebody Cares For You
Impossible Dream
Let It Be Me

Side B
Ain't Got No Music
Make Up Your Mind
Unchained Melody
Only Foolish People
Nora, My Love

Pip At The Top


Side A
First Love Never Dies
Black Magic Woman
Love Me Do
She's A Lady
Doesn't Somebody Want To Be Wanted
It's Up To You Petula

Side B
Temptation Eyes
I Just Can't Help Believin'
Um Um Um Um Um Um
Cantar Y Cantar
The Next Step Is Love
Yellow River


Hawaiian Souvenirs

Side A
The Hukilau Song
the King Of Holiday island
The Hawaiian Wedding Song
Lovely Hula Hands
Love Letters In The Sand
In The Middle of An Island

Side B
My Little Grass Shack
Blue Hawaiii
One Paddle Two paddle
Sweet Leilani
Red Sails In The Sunset
To You Sweetheart Aloha



Side A
Sweetheart (Duet)
Mama Mama
While We Are Young
What's Up
Prisoner Of My Eyes
Two Of Us
Let It Me Be/Devoted To You (Duet)

Side B
MacArthur Park
Poetry In Motion
Let Me Know
Shadows Of The Night
For You Mama
Send Me The Pillow That You Dream On (Duet)

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Side A
Jesus Christ Superstar
Book Of Memories
Don't Shut Me Out
Dial Me In
You Are Always In My Heart
What's Happening

Side B
Puppet Man
Summer Sand
Pretty Blue Eyes
Hey Willy Afterglow

Rock N' Roll Music


Side A
Rock And Roll Music
The Beat
I Didn't Even Know
Sweet Little Sixteen
You Got Me Hummin'
Treat Her Like A Lady

Side B
I Dig Rock And Roll Music
Great Balls Of Fire
Two Divided By Love
Bony Moronie
Johnny B. Goode
American Pie

The Sound Of Pip


Side A
Steppin' out
Rock the Boat
Skyline Pigeon
never My Love
Better Fly butterfly
(You're) Havin' My baby

Side B
Seasons in The Sun
Rock Me Gently
Life is A Rock
Will Be One by Two Today



Side A
Alone Again (Naturally)
Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get
Games of Magic
What's Going On
Bachelor Boy

Side B
Gonna Spend My Life (Lovin' You)
Vaya Con Dios
The Next Time
Mary's Little Lamb
Song Sung Blue

Pip Dimension


Side A
Get Down
Fernando's Hideaway
Say, Has Anybody Seen My Sweet Gypsy Rose
(I'm Livin' In) The Shadow of Your memory
This Is Your Song

Side B
I Saw Her Standing There
One Way Ticket To Anyware
Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth)
Love Is What You Make It
Last Song

Tirso Cruz III (born Tirso Silvano Cruz III, April 1, 1952) is a Filipino actor and singer. He is one of the famous actors in Philippine show business.

Nicknamed "Pip," his love team with Nora Aunor is regarded as the most famous love team in Philippine Cinema. Tirso was first managed by the late Douglas Quijano. He is recently known for his villainous and supportive characters on TV and movies.

He is married to Lynn Ynchausti-Cruz and has two sons (TJ and Bodie) and one daughter (Djanin).


Joey Ayala at Ang Bagong Lumad



Side A
Matina Hatinggabi
Buwan buwan

Side B
Manog Pawikan
Bagong Sayaw
Ulan Sa Siyudad
Ikaw Na May Baril

Joey Ayala (born José Íñigo Homer Lacambra Ayala on June 1, 1956 in Bukidnon, Philippines) is a Filipino singer, songwriter and former chairman of the music committee of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts. He is well known for his style of music that combines the sounds of Filipino ethnic instruments with modern pop music. His public music life started when he released an album recorded in a makeshift-studio in 1982 in Davao City. To date, he has released fourteen albums.

Some of the Filipino ethnic instruments Ayala is known to use include the two-stringed Hegalong of the T'Boli people of Mindanao, the Kubing, the bamboo jaw harp found in various forms throughout the Philippines, and the 8-piece gong set, Kulintang, the melodical gong-rack of the indigenous peoples of the southern part of the country. He also uses modern instruments in his music, such as the electric guitar, bass guitar, synthesizer/sequencer and drums.

The name of his band "Bagong Lumad" literally means "New Native" - a name and philosophy that has been carried over into Bagong Lumad Artists Foundation, Inc., now a UNDP Responsible Party working on SiningBayan (Social Artistry) capacity-building projects with the Civil Service Commission, the Department of Education, and other GOs and NGOs in the Philippines.

Ayala also served as the (2008–10) Chairman and Vice-Chairman (2011–13) of the National Committee on Music under the National Commission for Culture and the Arts.

In 2013, Ayala entered the second Philippine Popular Music Festival as a composer and interpreter for the song called "Papel" where it was named as one the twelve finalists. The song features collaborations with rapper Gloc-9 and guest vocals of Denise Barbacena. He previously participated in 2012 as an interpreter for the song "Piso" written by Kristofferson Melecio.

In 2014, Joey Ayala was featured in the BBC Travel show episode for Philippines