Saturday, August 25, 2018

Panjee Gonzalez



Side A
Just A Lovely Memory
That Old Feeling
You are The Time of My Life
My One And Only Love

Side B
Too Shy To Say
The Last Dance
I'm Ready
Lagi Na Lang

Marlene dela Pena

My Favorite Songs


Side A
Lullaby of Birdland
My Funny Valentine
For Once In My Life

Side B
Satin Doll
You'll Never Know
The Shadow of Your Smile
Sweet Serenade


Just A Woman

Side A
Feels So Good
The Look of Love
Talk Talk
Do Need You
Scarborough Fair/Canticle

Side B
Spinning Wheel
Just A Woman
Is It Too Late
Growing Tired


It's Magic


Side A
I'm So Excited
Don't Let It Go
It's Magic
Saturday Night
We're All Alone

Side B
Woman In Love
Gotta Get Back
Let Me Be Your Angel
Break It To Me Gently


Be Bop


Side A
Hide & Seek
I Cant Say Goodbye
What Are We Waiting For
The Push Is On
A Song For You

Side B
Private Joy
I Just Wanna Stop
Amazon Queen
Aquarius - Let The Sunshine In


Deja Vu


Side A
Zanzibar Night
You're The One
No More Love
Killing Me Softly With His Song
Steppin' Out

Side B
Deja Vu
Beware Boyfriend
Just TheWay You Are
The Cheater

Marlene (born 4 January 1960) is a Filipina jazz vocalist from Manila, Philippines mainly active in Japan. Her real name has been cited as Marlene dela Peña or Marlene Pena Lim. Marlene moved to Japan in the late 1970s and released her first single through EMI Japan in 1979 before signing a contract with CBS Sony in 1981. In 1983 two of her albums appeared on the Oricon charts. Deja Vu reached #8, while Magic (sometimes listed as It's Magic in English) reached #5, each enjoying sales of over 150,000 records.

In the United States, Marlene is known for her work with Seawind, with whom she recorded her second album Summer Nights in Los Angeles in 1982.[4] Her sixth album, Looking for Love, was also recorded in Los Angeles in 1984. She has recorded 31 albums in total so far and is the highest paid Pinay jazz artist in Japan. She was the subject of Mundo ni Juan sa Japan, a television film documentary in 2015.