Posts Tagged ‘El East Side’

Corrido de Auld Lang Syne

January 1, 2018

“Corrido de Auld Lang Syne” by Little Bobby Rey and his Band, an early LA Chicano pop band (also called “The Masked Phantom Band”) in about 1960. “Corrido” here means the music is in a galloping rhythm. Mr. Rey learned the saxophone from Earl Bostic.

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Corrido de Auld Lang Syne

January 1, 2017

“Corrido de Auld Lang Syne” by Little Bobby Rey and his Band, an early LA Chicano pop band (also called “The Masked Phantom Band”) in about 1960. “Corrido” here means the music is in a galloping rhythm. Mr. Rey learned the saxophone from Earl Bostic.

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Happy New Year Baby

January 1, 2016

“Happy New Year Baby,” written by Paul Politi and George Garcia, issued as a 1965 single by The Sisters,  Rosella, Ersi, and Mary Arvizu from East LA. 14-year-old Ersi sang lead.

More:

“The Sisters: Ersi, Rosella, and Mary Arvizu,” Mark Guerrero

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Corrido de Auld Lang Syne

January 1, 2016

“Corrido de Auld Lang Syne” by Little Bobby Rey and his Band, an early LA Chicano pop band (also called “The Masked Phantom Band”) in about 1960. “Corrido” here means the music is in a galloping rhythm. Mr. Rey learned the saxophone from Earl Bostic.

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Short link: http://wp.me/p6sb6-mS2

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