This page contains information on shows I produced and hosted for
my internet radio series "Chicano Music Chronicles," originally
broadcast in 2006 and revived in 2015 on crnlive.com, Studio
I spotlight one artist per show and play their best known
and my favorite
recordings by that artist. I also interview the
artists about the recordings and their careers. The
shows run every night at 7 p.m. P.S.T. for a calendar month.
Once aired, they are permanently archived below on this
only shows of the ones below on which
I did not have a guest, are the show about my dad, Lalo
Guerrero, who had passed away before the inception of my show,
and the show on my own music. Shows below feature Lalo Guerrero, Trini Lopez, Chan Romero, El
Chicano, Tierra, Little Ray Jimenez, yours truly Mark
Guerrero, Geri Gonzalez (aka Geree), Little Willie G, The
Eastside Sound, Hirth Martinez (two shows), Los Illegals,
1960s East L.A. manager/producer, Billy
Cardenas, 1970s East L.A. manager/producer, Art Brambila, Steve
Salas (the original voice of Tierra), George Ochoa (Slauson
Brothers, Yaqui), Rene Ornelas (Rene & Rene), Los
Nawdy Dawgs (George Landa), Don Tosti (Edmundo Tostado), Ersi Arvisu,
Lonnie Jordan of War, Louie Perez of Los Lobos, Sunny Ozuna, Jose "Dr. Loco" Cuellar and his Rocking Jalapeño Band, and Gabriel Manzo formerly of Malo. Upcoming shows: Butch Rillera
of Redbone and Max Uballez of The Romancers.
Read all about
the shows below
The shows below
cannot be heard on this page because they are currently on rotation on CRNLive.com, Studio A (7 p.m. every night, Pacific Time)
Guerrero's "Chicano Music Chronicles"
Guerrero- Mark Guerrero plays selected recordings
by his father, the late great Lalo Guerrero, and gives information on each one. All songs are Lalo
Guerrero compositions (with the exception of "Pecadora"
written by Agustin Lara). Featured are twelve of
Lalo's greatest songs and recordings, representing most of
the genres for which he is best known. Some highlights
include his classic bolero "Nunca Jamas," his pachuco classic "Los
Chucos Suaves," his norteño/rock hit "La Minifalda de Reynalda," his hilarious
parody "There's No Tortillas," and his rockin' "Tin Marin de do Pingue."Click on the link above
to hear the show, which was originally broadcast in
December 2005. (44 minutes 15 seconds)
Lalo Guerrero Recordings Featured
1. El Chicano 2.
Los Chucos Suaves 3. La Minifalda de Reynalda 4.
Tin Marin De Do Pingue 5. Pecadora 6. There's No Tortillas 7.
El Corrido de Deleno 8. Nunca Jamas 9. Do You
Believe in Reincarnation? 10. Manzanita 11. No
Chicanos On TV 12. Barrio Viejo
Lopez- Mark Guerrero plays selected Trini Lopez recordings
and discusses them with Trini, who is in studio with Mark.
Some of the songs spotlighted include Trini's mega-hits "If I Had a Hammer" and "Lemon Tree," as well as two Lalo
Guerrero compositions Trini recorded, "Chamaka" and "Pancho Lopez." Mark
Guerrero's "Oh Maria," which Trini recorded in 2004, is also featured.Click on the link above
to hear the show, which was originally broadcast in January
of 2006. (56 minutes 35 seconds)
Trini Lopez Recordings Featured
1. If I Had a Hammer
2. La Bamba 3. Kansas City 4. Lemon Tree
5. Chamaka 6. Laura 7. Pancho Lopez
8. Made In Paris 9. Dance the Night Away 10.
I Know You Know You Do 11. Una Paloma Blanca 12.
Romero- Mark Guerrero plays selected Chan Romero recordings
and discusses them with Chan, who is in studio with Mark.
Chan followed in the footsteps of Ritchie Valens on the DelFi Record label and his song "The Hippy Hippy Shake" was
performed in the early 60s by The Beatles.Click on the link above
to hear the show, which was originally broadcast in February
of 2006. (54 minutes 13 seconds)
Chan Romero (1959)
Chan Romero Recordings Featured
1. The Hippy Hippy Shake
2. My Little Ruby 3. I Don't Care 4. I
Want Some More 5. Latin American Rock & Roll 6.
Hot Tamale Man 7. The Rooster 8. California
Earthquake 9. America 10. Rock & Roll Santa
Claus 11. If I Had a Way (Thrill Me So Much) 12.
Rockin' Like There's No Tomorrow
Mark Guerrero plays selected El Chicano recordings and
discusses them with original leader and founding bassist,
Fred Sanchez, and lead vocalist, Jerry Salas, who are in studio
Highlights include their hits "Viva Tirado," El Chicano's version of Van
Morrison's "Brown Eyed Girl," and "Tell Her She's Lovely." Click
on the link above
to hear the show, which was originally broadcast in March
of 2006. (64 minutes 6 seconds)
El Chicano (1972)
El Chicano Recordings Featured
1. Viva Tirado 2.
Sabor a Mi 3. Don't Put Me Down If I'm Brown 4.
Brown Eyed Girl 5. Tell Her She's Lovely 6.
Enchanted Forest 7. Gringo En Mexico 8. El
Cayuco 9. Ahora Se 10. Primavera 11.
Love the One You're With
Mark Guerrero plays selected Tierra recordings and discusses
them with leader/lead guitarist/vocalist Rudy Salas, who is
in studio with Mark.
Highlights include their hits "Together," "Gonna Find Her," and Tierra's classic
Chicano anthem "Barrio Suite."Click on the link above
to hear the show, which was originally broadcast in May of
2006. (91 minutes 18 seconds)
Tierra Recordings Featured
1. La Feria 2.
Gema 3. Barrio Suite 4. If I Come This Way
5. Baila Simon 6. Together 7. Gonna Find
Her 8. I Want You Back 9. Margarita 10.
Mi Gente 11. Come As You Are 12. Lady In the
Moonlight 13. Welcome To Cafe East L.A.
Ray Jimenez aka Li'l Ray- Mark Guerrero plays selected Little
Ray recordings and discusses them with Ray, who is in studio
with Mark. In the 60s Ray was one of the Eastside
Sounds greatest and most popular singer/performers. He
recorded for many record labels including Columbia, Epic, DelFi, and Uni (MCA).
Highlights include his great version of "I Who Have Nothing" and his Eastside
Sound classic "Karen."Click on the link above
to hear the show, which was originally broadcast in July of
2006. (61 minutes 4 seconds)
Little Ray Jimenez (1965)
Little Ray Jimenez Recordings Featured
1. I Who Have Nothing 2. I Been Tryin'
3. Karen 4. Come Swim With Me 5. There Is
Something On Your Mind 6. My Rainbow 7.
Loretta 8. My Girl 9. Shake Shout and Soul
10. Soul and Stomp 11. Ooh Baby Baby 12.
Leave Her Alone 13. Hey Does Somebody Care 14.
Mi Oración de Paz
Guerrero- Mark Guerrero plays selected songs from his
own recording catalogue and gives information on each one.
Mark has been writing and recording since he was a teenager
in East Los Angeles in the 60s. He's recorded for
labels such as GNP Crescendo, Kapp (MCA), Ode, Capitol, and A&M. He's recorded with his bands, Mark & the
Escorts, Nineteen Eighty Four, and Tango, as well as recording as a solo
artist. The show features a cross section of his recordings starting in 1971.
Some of the recordings are in the Chicano music genre and others will be in the
rock and popular music style, demonstrating the bi-cultural nature of his music.
Click on the link above
to hear the show, which was originally broadcast in August
of 2006. (66 minutes 35 seconds)
Mark Guerrero (2012)
Mark Guerrero with Tango (1974)
(left to right- Richard Rosas, Mark
Guerrero, John Valenzuela, and Ernie Hernandez)
Mark Guerrero Recordings Featured
1. Room For the Latin (In
Rock & Roll) 2. Pre-Columbian Dream 3. I'm
Brown 4. On the Boulevard 5. If I Could Touch
Your Life 6. Rock & Roll Queen 7. Mihijito
8. Zoot Suit 9. Lila, Love Me Tonight 10.
Rosalie 11. Nobody's Satisfied 12. Whitewash
13. Oh Maria 14. Ay Yi Yi Yi (Nobody Told Me)
15. I'll Take Rock & Roll (Any Ol' Time)
Geri Gonzalez (aka Geree)-
Mark Guerrero plays selected recordings by r&b/Latin
female vocalist extraordinaire, Geri Gonzalez, and discusses them
with her. Geri was lead
vocalist for East L.A.'s popular Village Callers in the 60s. In the 80s,
she had an album out on MCA Records. In recent years, she
has sung with El Chicano and Chico. She's considered one of the finest
female vocalists to come out of the "Eastside Sound" and one of the best
all-time Chicana singers. Click
on the link above
to hear the show, which was originally broadcast in October
of 2006. (73 minutes 34 seconds)
Geree Recordings Featured
1. Don't Break My Heart
2. Ritmo y Romance 3. Sabor a Mi 4.
Heart To Hands 5. Caught In the Act 6. Mañana
Is Now 7. Sweet Misery 8. Dame Tu Amor 9.
Heaven On Earth 10. I Can't Stop the Rain 11.
Give a Little Love 12. Mihijita
Willie G- Mark Guerrero plays selected recordings from
throughout the recording career of Little Willie G (Garcia).
Little Willie G is in studio with Mark discussing his career,
which includes his days with East L.A's most popular band of the 60s, Thee Midniters, his stint with Malo in the
70s, his solo career, and his participation on Ry Cooder's 2005 CD, "Chavez
Ravine." Click on the link above
to hear the show, which originally broadcast in December of
2006. (81 minutes 40 seconds)
Little Willie G
Little Willie G
1. Land of a Thousand
Dances 2. That's All 3. Everybody Needs
Somebody To Love 4. Sad Girl 5. Never Knew I
Had It So Bad 6. Dreaming Casually 7. Jump
Jive and Harmonize 8. Close To Me 9. Gotta
Serve Somebody 10. Cultura 11. Is This All
There Is? 12. Three Cool Cats 13. Onda
The Eastside Sound-
Mark Guerrero plays some of the classic Eastside Sound recordings
of the early to mid-60s. Mark interviews Richard "Scar"
Lopez of Cannibal & the Headhunters, George Delgado of
the Premiers, Sal Murillo of the Blendells, Andy Tesso and
Max Uballez of the Romancers, Rudy Salas of the Salas Brothers,
and Ersi Arvizu of The Sisters. Click on the link
aboveto hear the show, which originally broadcast in March
and April of 2007. (82 minutes 35 seconds)
1. Land of a Thousand
Dances (Cannibal & the Headhunters) 2. Farmer John
(The Premiers) 3. La La La La La (The Blendells)
4. Slauson Shuffle (The Romancers) 5. My Heart
Cries (The Romancers) 6. Darling (Please Bring Your
Love) (The Jaguars with the Salas Brothers) 7. Gee
Baby Bee (The Sisters)
Martinez- Mark Guerrero plays selected recordings by
singer/songwriter Hirth Martinez from his Warner Brothers
albums of the 70s though his CDs of the late 90s. Hirth
is in studio with Mark discussing how he was "discovered"
by Bob Dylan, produced by Robbie Robertson of The Band, and
his popularity in Japan. Click on the link above
to hear the show, which was originally broadcast in May and
June of 2007. (91 minutes 11 seconds)
Hirth Martinez (1977)
1. All Together Alone
2. Winter Again 3. Comin' 'Round the Moon 4.
That's the Way It's Gotta Go 5. You Are a Star
6. Big Bright Street 7. The Moone Tune 8.
The Mothman Samba 9. Old Friends 10. 5/4 Samba
11. The Girl 12. Busy Man 13. These
Days 14. Somewhere In the Power of Her Love
Mark Guerrero plays selected recordings of 80s Chicano
punk rockers, Los Illegals.
emerged from East Los Angeles in 1979 and were part of a
vibrant punk scene in East L.A. and Hollywood. They
recorded an album called "Internal Exile" for A&M Records in
1983, which included their powerful anthem about immigration
called "El Lay." Mark Guerrero talks with founding
members Willie Herrón, Jesus "Xuiy" Velo, and Bill Reyes about their
music and history.
Click on the link above
to hear the show, which was originally broadcast in July and
August of 2007. (116 minutes 58 seconds)
1. El Lay 2.
Secret Society 3. We Don't Need a Tan 4. The
Mall 5. Wake Up John 6. Victory 7.
Another Hundred Years of Solitude 8. Maria Elena
(Letter From L.A.) 9. Ode To Rosa Lopez 10.
Xich vs. the Migra Zombies 11. Little WIng 12.
Banderas 13. El Lay (Spanish version)
Martinez "Live"- Mark Guerrero plays selected "live"
recordings by Hirth Martinez, who was first featured on show #11
above. Some were recorded "live" in the studio and others
at McCabe's in Santa Monica, California in 2009. On this show, Mark & Hirth also
discuss Hirth's music and career in further detail. Click
on the link above to hear the show. (76
minutes 28 seconds)
"live" Recordings Featured
1. It 2. Do Wrong
Shoes 3. Slowly 4. Somewhere In the Power Of
Her Love 5. Love Song 6. Dreamlight 7.
These Days 8. Little Angel / Sing With Me 9.
Love Is Like the........ 10. Old Friends 11.
Show #14- Billy Cardenas- Mark Guerrero interviews 1960s
manager/record producer Billy Cardenas, who managed and
produced many East L.A. groups in the golden age of the
"Eastside Sound." Recordings by the various bands and
vocal groups Billy worked with are discussed and played.
(93 minutes 59 seconds)
Billy Cardenas (2003)
Related Artist's Recordings Featured
1. Slauson Shuffle (The
Romancers) 2. Cradle Rock (The Heartbreakers) 3.
Farmer John (The Premiers) 4. La La La La La (The
Blendells) 5. Land of a Thousand Dances (Cannibal &
the Headhunters) 6. Get Your Baby (Mark & the
Escorts) 7. Dance With Me (Mark & the Escorts) 8.
I Wanna Do the Jerk (Ronnie & the Casuals) 9. Gee
Baby Gee (The Sisters) 10. Come Swim With Me (Li'l
Ray) 11. I Who Have Nothing 12. Sloop Dance
Art Brambila- Mark Guerrero interviews East L.A.
manager/producer of the 1970s, Art Brambila about the behind the
scenes stories of the artists he worked with including Mark
Yaqui, Carmen Moreno, and Johnny Martinez, as well
as his television show, "The Mean Salsa Machine. Some of
the best music recorded by these artists during this period are
played and discussed. (76
minutes 28 seconds)
Art Brambila (2012)
Art Brambila Related
Artist's Recordings Featured
1. Lila, Love Me Tonight
(Mark Guerrero) 2. Have I Told You Lately That I Love
You (Carmen Moreno) 3. I'm Brown (Mark Guerrero) 4.
Barrio Suite (Tierra) 5. It's Time For a Change (Es
Tiempo Para Un Cambio) (Yaqui) 6. She Caught the Katy
(Yaqui) 7. I Like the Way You Do It (Johnny Martinez) 8.
Mañana Is Now (Geree) 9.
Adios Madre Querida (Art Brambila)
Show #16- Steve Salas- Mark Guerrero interviews the lead
vocalist and founding member of Tierra. Many of Steve's
recordings with Tierra and his solo career are played and
discussed. (120 minutes 35 seconds)
Steve Salas (2015)
Steve Salas Recordings Featured
1. Barrio Suite 2. Darling
(Please Bring Your Love) 3. Brown Eyed Girl 4.
La Feria 5. Gema 6. My Lady 7. Together
8. Gonna Find Her 9. La La Means I Love You
10. I Want You Back 11. Margarita 12.
Solitary Man 13. You Don't Know Me 14. Dame Tu
Amor (with Geree) 15. Vuela Palomita
Show #17- George Ochoa- Mark Guerrero interviews
singer-songwriter George Ochoa whose credits include being a
member of The Slauson Brothers, Mark's mid-1960s band The
Men From S.O.U.N.D., Cannibal & the Headhunters (with
Frankie "Cannibal" Garcia), Olde Tyme Religion, Yaqui, and
Redbone. He's one of the best singer-songwriters to come out
of East L.A. (79 mnutes 4 seconds)
George Ochoa (1966)
George Ochoa Recordings Featured
1. It's Time For a Change (Es
Tiempo Para Un Cambio) 2. Rosalie 3. Glori, I
Enjoy Being With You 4. Itchy Feeling 5. She
Caught the Katy 6. Blue Harbor 7. I Need a Woman
8. Stop Wasting the Earth 9. Mitote 10. The
Rich Keep Getting Richer
Show #18- Rene Rene- Mark Guerrero interviews
singer-songwriter Rene Ornelas, founding member of Rene and
Rene who had two major hits in the 1960s, "Angelito" and "Lo
Mucho Que Te Quiero." Ornelas had several other Rene's as
partner and eventually decided to go solo and is now known
as Rene Rene. (74 minutes 9 seconds)
Rene Rene Recordings Featured
1. El Babalu 2.
Angelito 3. Lo Mucho Que Te Quiro 4. Baby Doll
5. Quien Te Dijo Que Te Quiero 6. Tequila 7.
Hoy Amenecí Pensando En Ti 8. Put Your Hand In
the Hand 9. The Lord Is Alive 10. Yo Quiero
Que Vivas Conmigo
Show #19- Los Nawdy Dawgs- Mark Guerrero interviews
George Landa of Los Nawdy Dawgs of Tucson, Arizona. Featured
is their latest CD, "Lalo's Town," dedicated to my late
father, Lalo Guerrero. Only the opening song "Bailando Con
El Diablo" is from a previous album. (75 minutes 28 seconds)
George Landa & Mark
(2015) (Tucson, Arizona)
Los Nawdy Dawgs
1. Bailando Con El Diablo
2. Lalo's Town 3. Dead Man's Party 4. Barrio
Boy 5. Tin Marin De Do Pingue 6. Los Chucos Suaves
7. Ranfla (The Coop) 8. Gabriella 9. Tranza
Town 10. Guero Canelo Special 11. Guacamole Man
12. El Vagabundo 13. El Yo Tamayo 14. Where's
My Tamales 15. Marijuana Boogie 16. Lalo's City
Show #20- Don Tosti- Mark Guerrero interviews Don Tosti,
b. Edmundo Tostado, the late legendary Chicano musician,
arranger, composer. Don played violin in the El Paso
Symphony Orchestra at the age of nine, played bass with the
big bands in New York at the age of nineteen, led Latin
bands in Los Angeles in the 1950s, and was subsequently a
society musician in Palm Springs. His band, the Pachuco
Boogie Boys recorded the hit record, "Pachuco Boogie" in
1948. (73 minutes 40 minutes)
Don Tosti (1943)
Don Tosti Recordings Featured
Show #21- Ersi Avizu-Mark
Guerrero interviews legendary female vocalist Ersi Arvizu,
who was lead singer for the The Sisters, The Village
Callers, and El Chicano. She also was featured on Ry
Cooder's "Chavez Ravine" album and subsequently recorded a
solo album produced by Cooder. Mark and Ersi discuss her
music career as well as her career in boxing. (94 minutes 5
Ersi Arvizu (2008)
1. Cruisin' To The Hop 2.
Gee Baby Gee 3. Ooh Pooh Pah Doo 4. Sabor a Mi
5. Muy Fifi 6. Ejercito Militar 7. Soy Luz y
Sombra 8. Window of Dreams 9. El Arbol 10.
En El Tambo 11. Mi India 12. In the Closet 13.
Mil Besos 14. Friend For Life
Show #22- War- Mark Guerrero interviewsLonnie
Jordan about the music and career of his band War.
War's hit records and other favorite recordings are
discussed, as well as War's popularity with the Latino
Lonnie Jordan & Mark
War Recordings Featured
1. East L.A. 2.
Spill the Wine 3. Slippin' Into Darkness 4.
All Day Music 5. The Cisco Kid 6. The
World Is a Ghetto 7. Low Rider 8. Why Can't We
Be Friends 9. Don't Let No One Get You Down 10.
Summer 11. Hey Senorita 12. Cinco de Mayo
13. Wild Rodriguez
Show #23- Los Lobos- Mark
Guerrero interviews founding member Louie Perez about the
music and career of Los Lobos. Louie is a songwriter,
drummer, and guitarist (acoustic, electric, and Mexican folk
stringed instruments such as the jarana).
Mark & Louie Perez
Los Lobos Recordings Featured
1. Don't Worry Baby 2.
Evangeline 3. Will the Wolf Survive 4. One
Time One Night 5. La Bamba 6. El Gusto 7.
Kiko and The Lavender Moon 8. Saint Behind the
Glass 9. Mas y Mas 10. Ya Se Va 11. De
Colores 12. Mexico Americano 13. Chucos Cumbia
14. Little Things 15. Gates of Gold
Show #24- Sunny Ozuna- Mark Guerrero interviews
Tejano music legend Sunny Ozuna discussing and playing his
music which spans over fifty years. He first gained
fame with his hit "Talk To Me" with Sunny & the Sunglows,
later to be know as Sunny & the Sunliners.
Sunny Ozuna & Mark
Sunny Ozuna Recordings
1. Just a Moment 2.
Golly Gee 3. No One Else Will Do 4. Talk
To Me 5. Cariño Nuevo 6. Smile Now and Cry
Later 7. Put Me In Jail 8. I'm No Stranger
9. Reina de Mi Amor 10. Cariñito 11.
Greater Greater Greater 12. Sumbale Maria 13.
Botella Maldita 14. Un Grave Dolor
Show #25- pc Muñoz- Mark
Guerrero interviews Bay Area songwriter/recording artist pc
Muñoz. pc is an extraordinary songwriter who describes
his music as art funk.
Mark & pc Muñoz
pc Muñoz Recordings Featured
1. Brunching Britney and
the Homeboy 2. Skin City 3. High Minded Man
4. Wages of Sin 5. The Last Campfire Song 6.
Legacy 7. Blood 8. California 9.
Small Map 10. Chatter and Buzz 11. Archery
12. The Man I Can't Be 13. Kiss Off 14. I
Love U 15. Ain't Love Grand 16. What If I Told
You a Secret 17. By the Water - Electronic Boom-Bap
Mix 18. Sign O' the Times
Show #26- Jose "Dr. Loco"
Cuellar- Mark Guerrero interviews Jose "Dr. Loco"
Cuellar, singer/songwriter/musician and college professor
with a phd. Dr. Loco's music runs the gamut from fun
party songs to poetic and serious songs, which display his
Dr. Loco & Mark
Dr. Loco Recordings Featured
1. Pa' Lo Que Vale 2.
I Feel Good (I Feel Chingón) 3. Cumbia Del Sol
4. Picket Sign 5. Chile Pie 6. Los Chucos
Suaves 7. Famed 8. Barrio Trilogy Plus
a.)Barrio East Losb.) I'm In Heaven c.)
Barrio Missión 9. Volver Return 10. Vamos a
Bailar 11. Me Siento So Bad 12. Linda Cholita
13. Camelia the Chicana 14. Look-Ka Py Py
15. Dance 'Til I Drop
Show #27- Gabriel Manzo-
Mark Guerrero interviews Bay Area
guitarist/singer/songwriter, Gabriel Manzo. Gabriel
played lead guitar with Malo for over thirty years and has
played extensively with Bo Diddly and Jorge Santana.
Mark and Gabriel discuss and feature Manzo's album Manzo
Rally. His music has rock, Latin, and jazz elements
and sometimes contains social activism and themes of
Mark & Gabriel Manzo
Gabriel Manzo Recordings Featured
1. Just For Now 2.
Give Love 3. Está Bien (It's All Good) 4. Love
Me Lorena 5. Dolores Huerta 6. Cesar 7.
Set My People Free 8. El Dorado 9. Don't Come
Cryin' 10. Something's Coming
Show #28- Butch Rillera-
Mark Guerrero interviews drummer Butch Rillera, who in the
'60s and '70s played and/or recorded with The Righteous
Brothers, Redbone (in their heyday), and White Trash.
Mark and Butch discuss various tracks he played on by The
Righteous Brothers, Redbone, and "live" tracks by Fatback
and The Rillera Brothers Band.
Butch Rillera & Mark
1. Koko Joe (Righteous
Brothers) 2. In That Great Gettin' Up Mornin' (RIghteous
Brothers) 3. Hot Tamales (Bobby Hatfield) 4.
Come and Get Your Love (Redbone) 5. 23rd and Mad
(Redbone) 6. One More Time 7. Suzy Girl
(Redbone) 8. Cooking With D'Redbone 9. Moon
When Four Eclipse 10. Someday (A Good Song) 11.
Tore Down (Fatback) 12. Toughen Up (Rillera
Brothers Band) 13. The Blues Is Alright (Rillera
Show #29- Chris Montez- Mark Guerrero interviews
Chicano rock pioneer Chris Montez, who had five Top 40 hits
in the 1960s including "Let's Dance" and "Call Me."
Chris talks about his tour with The Beatles in 1963; his
shows with Smokey Robinson, Sam Cooke, and Screamin' Jay
Hawkins; and his memorable tour of Brazil in the '60s.
Chris Montez & Mark
1. Let's Dance 2.
No No No 3. All You Had To Do Was Tell Me 4.
Chiquitita Mia 5. You're the One 6. Call Me
7. Sunny 8. The Girl From Ipanema 9. The
More I See You 10. The Look Of Love 11. No One
Knew 12. There Will Never Be Another You 13.
Ay No Digas 14. Time After Time 15. Lo Nuestro
16. Some Kinda Fun
Show #30- Max Uballez- Mark Guerrero interviews East
L.A. rock pioneer Max Uballez, who led the seminal "Eastside
Sound" band of the '60s, The Romancers. In the early
'70s he led the Latin rock band Macondo who recorded for
Atlantic Records. He also wrote songs for and/or
co-produced recordings by Cannibal & the Headhunters, The
Premiers, The Blendells, Little Ray Jimenez, The
Heartbreakers, The Atlantics, and others in the '60s.
Max Uballez & Mark (2000)
1. You Better 2.
Rock Little Darling 3. Slauson Shuffle 4.
Huggies Bunnies 5. Patricia 6. My Heart Cries
7. Come Swim With Me 8. Cradle Rock 9.
Everytime I See You 10. Don't Let Her Go 11.
Nau Ninny Nau 12. Take My Heart 13. Sad and
Lonely 14. She Gives Me Love 15. Follow the
Music 16. She Took My Oldsmobile 17. Get On
This Plane 18. Beaver Shot 19. Dance With Me (Blendells
version) 20. Sneakin' In the Back Door 21. Why
22. Never Thought I'd See You Gone 23. Ay
Cayuco 24. Do It To Me 25. Melissa 26.
Press Rewind 27. Loving You 28. Chuy De Cabra
(song) 29. Chuy De Cabra (book excerpt)