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The Ritchie Valens Page|
Fan site with photographs, biography, and links.
Includes biography and discography.
Rockabilly Hall of Fame: Ritchie Valens|
Review of the artist's music and short career.
Memorial fan club site. Includes biography, discography, sound files, forum, and club information.
Come On, Let's Go (Audio CD),05 May, 1998|
List price $42.98
Ricardo Valenzuela--Gone BUT NOT Forgotten / 5
I bought this CD box set in July of 1998 soon after I was told I had cancer. I had recently seen "La Bamba" on HBO and I decided to listen to Ricardo's tapes as part of my doctors'"positive attitude" therapy. And did it help! I have been cancer free for almost 18 months and I know that listening to him helped me immensely. He died before I was born, so I never had the chance to see and hear him in person; but seeing his pictures in the booklet and hearing him singing, laughing and being himself on tape is wonderful! This box set should convince the committee at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio that they should have inducted Ricardo years ago. Their refusal to honor him is unbelieveable! I'll ALWAYS remember you, Ricardo--My guardian angel. Until we meet in heaven---Mary
Song "In A Turkish Town"
There across the sea waits my fair one
In a Turkish town, waiting there for me
(humming, in pattern of above 2 lines)
& I know that someday we will live in love
As the mystery Turks say, like the stars above
I know that she's waiting & I'll always love
My little Turkish town where she waits
(repeat verse 2)
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Virgin Megastores : Ritchie Valens Story|
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Ritchie Valens : Ritchie - Listen, Review and Buy at ARTISTdirect|
Ritchie reviews and sound clips on the ARTISTdirect Network.
Amazon.com: A Glance: Ritchie Valens|
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Calendar - WildLife (Arizona Daily Wildcat)
"Army of Shadows" - This is Jean-Pierre Melville's classic film-noir movie detailing the French Resistance and life in the French underground during the German Occupation.
A rockin' tribute to music legend (Seattle Times)
Lightning finally strikes in the 5th Avenue Theatre's "Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story," when a gangly young Texas musician records his song...
'Buddy' and its energetic star hit all the right notes (Seattle Post-Intellig...
Nostalgic fifties fun, engaging performances ensure that "The Buddy Holly Story" won't fade away.
Grand Opera House hosts '50s tribute show (Advance Titan)
Wailing on his Fender Stratocaster, Mark Shurilla?s passion lies in the history of rock ?n? roll. Tomorrow night, Mark and his band, The Greatest Hits, will pay tribute to the legends of the Winter Dance Party of 1959 at the Grand Opera House?s re-creation of the event.
Just before the music died, a teen took some pictures (Milwaukee Journal Sent...
Donna Doffing has these two old black-and-white photos, to her nothing more than mementos of a terrific night in 1959...
Musicians share tunes that strike a chord with their hearts (Chattanooga Time...
here are love songs, and then there are Al Green songs. At weddings, Etta James? ?At Last? is heard about as regularly as ?I Do.? And tonight, rest assured, plenty of couples will be playing special songs from folks like Marvin Gaye, Otis Redding and Sam Cooke.
Flaming King (Seattle Weekly)
For its Buddy Holly bio-musical, the 5th Avenue turns to a local rockabilly showman.
Love not fade away: Guarding Buddy Holly's legacy (Seattle Times)
He was a gangly musician from Lubbock, Texas, whose catchy songs ("Oh Boy," "Peggy Sue") are holy grails of American rock. She was a demure...
One step behind (Chicago Sun-Times)
As the Recording Academy gears up to celebrate half a century of handing out golden gramophones -- tonight's Grammy ceremony in Los Angeles is the 49th annual -- it's worth looking at how the Grammy Awards actually work.
A bit of Mexico's history heard through music (Seattle Times)
In one brilliant stroke, the 1910 Mexican Revolution redefined Mexico as a middle-class society unified by its pre-Columbian heritage. Though there is broad...
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