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Currently we only support You Tube videos, but we will be adding other video (and audio! hehe, try nyo po, d to gaanong perpekto munawu, kapa kapa lng po,... peborito po to ni pipay nun, kaya para sayo to pipay... You just need to put the link to your video in the upper text field(example: v=Qj A5fa ZF1A8) and your optional comment in the lower text field.It was during this transition phase that Joey Smith had recently returned to the Philippines from a successful sojourn in Japan, and tenuously assumed the vocalist's role, particularly for a botched rock musical adaptation of Erich Segal's Love Story at the Cultural Center in 1973.
A musician from the Manila Symphony Orchestra (whom they had befriended in the Jesus Christ Superstar production), Romy Santos (flute/sax/clarinet), replaced Alex Cruz.
The ensuing album by the iconic trio of Gonzales, Smith & Hanopol, and its masterly title track, Himig Natin (translated in English, "Our Hymn"), went on to become an unprecedented success in Manila's emergent counterculture and underground rock radio network."Himig Natin" arguably rallied the "Pinoy Rock" movement and validated its commercial potential.
The social impact and innovations of the Juan Dela Cruz Band inadvertently became the catalyst for the inception of Original Pilipino Music and the viability for diverse, original and previously unformulated musical genres to emerge and thrive in the Philippines. Here you can post a video of you playing the Panahon Chords, so your fellow guitarists will be able to see you and rate you.
Music historian Julian Cope narrates in his book, Japrocksampler (Bloomsberry, 2007), that Shinki Chen had recruited Joey Smith (and later, Mike Hanopol) from a Filipino rock group called Zero History, which he found performing in Tokyo's mall district.
(Wally Gonzales was the guitarist of Zero History.) The vibe of Speed, Glue & Shinky is noteworthy in the contributions by Smith and Hanopol for their initial Juan Dela Cruz collaboration, particularly in the stop-start heaviness of "Take You Home", "Blues Train", and the talking blues of "Rock & Roll Sa Ulan".