Check out “Come On Lets Go Little Otis XXI” by El Extreme Luis Chaluisan

Check out “2014 Come On Lets Go Little Otis XXI” by El Extreme Luis Chaluisan – http://www.reverbnation.com/luischaluisan/song/20697080-2014-come-on-lets-go-little-otis
Double Track Sung by: El Extreme Luis Chaluisan
Processed on Flip Recorder
Edited on Windows Movie Maker
Written by: Richie Valens
Selection from upcoming EP: Little Otis XXI
roughrican productions (c) 2014

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Richard Steven Valenzuela (May 13, 1941 – February 3, 1959), known as Ritchie Valens, was an American singer, songwriter and guitarist. A rock and roll pioneer and a forefather of the Chicano rock movement, Valens’ recording career lasted only eight months. During this time, he had several hits, most notably “La Bamba”, which was originally a Mexican folk song. Valens transformed the song into one with a rock rhythm and beat, and it became a hit in 1958, making Valens a pioneer of the Spanish-speaking rock and roll movement. After several songwriting and demo recording sessions, he first songs recorded at Gold Star Studios, at a single studio session one afternoon in July 1958, were “Come On, Let’s Go,” an original (credited to Valens/Kuhn, Keane’s real name), and “Framed,” a Leiber and Stoller tune. Pressed and released within days of the recording session, the record was a success. Valens’ next record, a double A-side, which was the final record to be released in his lifetime, had the song “Donna” (written about a real girlfriend) coupled with “La Bamba.”

Luis Chaluisan
El Extreme Luis Chaluisan Salsamagazine.com 2014 Recognition AwardsWEPAwebTV Roughrican Productions WEPAwebTV – New Edge TheaterMayaguez Rocker Roller Rican https://www.facebook.com/EspirituSalsa
www.reverbnation.com/luischaluisan — with Maria Hernandez and L.f. Chaluisan Batlle Federico Chaluisan Ronald Chaluisan Batlle

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