Ruben Ramirez & Ernie Garibay | In Memory of the Ortiz Brothers

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In Memory of the Ortiz Brothers

by Ruben Ramirez & Ernie Garibay

A 2012 remake of 2, 1960 'Oldies But Goodies' songs, recorded by top San Antonio Musicians.
Genre: Urban/R&B: Brown-Eyed Soul
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1. To Each His Own Ruben Ramirez & Ernie Garibay
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Recording these 2 songs with my friends Manuel Ortiz, on bass & vocals, and George Ortiz, on guitar & vocals, and myself Ruben Ramirez on drums, (back in the 60's),
lead me (Ruben) to re-record these songs again in 2012. On the CD cover is the original picture that was taken in 1974 at this club called, Friskie-A-Go-Go. The main reason for the 2012 release, was to pay tribute to the first brother (George) that passed on Sept., 10, 2012. While Manuel and Ruben were making plans for the recording session, unexpectedly, Manuel Ortiz also passed on November 25, 2012. Leaving Ruben Ramirez to complete the project by his hand picked San Antonio Texas musicians. Even though there are only 2 songs on this CD, because of the musicianship involved it's definitely worth a listen.




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