from Ian Levin on youtube:
“Treasured memories of my lovely sweet and fabulous Saundra, who passed away in 2002. Here she is singing one of her biggest hits with the Elgins, “Darling Baby”, and
Found this on Radio LaChusma’s MySpace:
El Paso has a unique ability to find brotherhood in music. There is an El Paso Sound, a musical common denominator that unites the city. The city has a peculiar nostalgia—as it stands at a crossroads on the border—for the musics of the U.S. and Mexico. That nostalgia finds its expression in the music played early in the career of one Steve Crosno. Crosno managed to recognize that people in El Paso wanted to hear a mixture of blues, norteño, pop and carribean music. El Paso being the place where all those different sounds jumble up together. So he created a unique playlist of doo-wop and early rock’n’roll that took the region by storm.
one of my all-time favourites malvalm
Timeless snippets of classic Rock & Roll music from the 50's & 60's by Richie Valens, The Shangi-Las, Ruby and the Romantics, Beach Boys, Jay & The Americans, Everly Brothers, Little Anthony & The Imperials. Clyde macphatter, Barbara Harris, Connie Francis, Ben E. King, Martha & The Vandellas, The Diamonds, Paul & Paula, Jan & Dean and many others.
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