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Ritchie Valens And Bob Keane - The Ritchie Valens Story Album

Ritchie Valens And Bob Keane - The Ritchie Valens Story Album
The Ritchie Valens Story
Ritchie Valens And Bob Keane
Rock & Roll
MP3 album size:
1682 mb
FLAC album size:
1106 mb
Rhino Records


1Bob KeaneHow Did You First Meet Ritchie Valens?
2Bob KeaneIntroduction
3Bob KeaneHow Do You Feel About Seeing Ritchie's Music Back In The Stores Again?
4Bob KeaneWhat Led You To Sign A Mexican-American Teenager From Pacoima, California To Your Label?
5Bob KeaneHow Does The Movie La Bamba Compare To The Real Ritchie Valens Story?
6Bob KeaneWhat Do You Remember Most Fondly When You Think Of Ritchie Valens? (Bob Intros "Come On Let's Go")
7Bob KeaneWhat Happened When You Heard Ritchie Had Died In A Plane Crash?
8Ritchie ValensLa Bamba (Reprise)
9Bob KeaneWhen Did You First Hear Ritchie Sing "La Bamba"? (Bob Intros "La Bamba")
10Bob KeaneDid You Really Record "Donna" In The Basement Of Your Home? (Bob Intros "Donna")
11Ritchie ValensLa Bamba
12Bob KeaneWere You Surprised That A Major Motion Picture Was Made On The Life Of Ritchie Valens?
13Bob KeaneWhat Do You Think About Ritchie's Music Being As Popular As It Was 30 Years Ago?
14Ritchie ValensDonna
15Bob KeaneWhy Didn't They Use Ritchie Valens' Original Recordings In The Movie?


Promo-only single-sided LP on Rhino Records.


The Ritchie Valens Story - Ritchie Valens. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Ritchie Valens is the first album by Ritchie Valens, posthumously released by Del-Fi Records in March 1959, one month after his death in a plane crash. It is his only studio album entirely composed of master tracks recorded at Gold Star Studios. The album peaked at 23 on the Billboard album chart. The original pressings are black and sea green with circles around the outer edge. The print font for the track listings on these labels is the same font used on the back of the album cover. Later pressings. The Ritchie Valens volume contains all of Valen's chart singles, including Come On, Let's Go, Donna, and La Bamba, along with all the tracks from his posthumously released debut album, Ritchie Valens, and other assorted recordings. Over 40 years after they were recorded, the performances continue to display Valens' talent and promise. This is not a complete collection of his recordings, but it contains the highlights of his small catalog. Provided to YouTube by Rhino Narration of Ritchie Valens' Story as Told by Bob Keane, Producer and Manager of Ritchie Valens. Ritchie Valens The Steven Valenzuela May 13, 1941 February 3, 1959, known professionally as Ritchie Valens, was an American singer, songwriter, and guitarist. A rock and roll pioneer and a forefather of the Chicano rock movement, Valens was killed in a plane crash eight months into his recording career. Valens had several hits, most notably La Bamba, which he had adapted from a Mexican folk song. Valens transformed the song into one with a rock rhythm and beat, and it became a hit in 1958. Ritchies sisters pictured with Bob Keane, Ritchies manager. Celebrating Bobs 50 years of music in Hollywood, CA. Concha and Roseana DeSoto. Ritchies mom Concha and Roseana DeSoto who portrayed her in La Bamba. The two became close during the filming. Performing Someone Watching over me at the Tribute to Ritchie Valens Winter Dance Party in 2005 at the Henry J. Mello Center in Watsonville. Ritchie's Star. Walk of Fame. Ritchie Valens was a Mexican American singer and songwriter influential in the Chicano rock movement. He recorded numerous hits during his short career, most notably the 1958 hit La Bamba. Valens died at age 17 in a plane crash with fellow musicians Buddy Holly and J. The Big Bopper Richardson on February 3, 1959. The tragedy was later immortalized as the day the music died in the song American Pie. Early Life. The group played local gigs, and Valens was spotted at one of these performances by Bob Keane, the head of the Del-Fi record label. With Keane's help, the young performer was posied for a career breakthrough. Career Highlights, La Bamba and Donna. Ritchie Valens Q&A. Producers Bob Keane. Writers Al Hazan, Bob Keane, Ersel Hickey & 6 more. Acoustic Rhythm Guitar Carol Kaye. Baritone Guitar René Hall. Bass Buddy Clark. More Ritchie Valens albums. La Bamba: The Definitive Collection. The Lost Tapes. Show all albums by Ritchie Valens. Narration of Ritchie Valens' Story as Told by Bob Keane, Producer and Manager of Ritchie Valens. Ritchie Valens. The Ritchie Valens Story. Boney Maronie. Автор: Petty - Williams, Композиторы: Williams. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. The Ritchie Valens Story, 2004. Ritchie Doing Commercial for Winter Dance Party, Followed By Radio Announcer from Des Moines, Iowa, Feb 4, 1959 the Day After the Fatal Plane Crash, 01:40. La Bamba Recorded At Gold Star- the B-side of Donna, 02:05. Now playing