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  1. 1. Philippine Popular Music By: Group 1
  2. 2. APO Hiking Society 1973 - 2010
  3. 3. Apo Hiking Society GThe Apolinario Mabini Hiking Society, later popularly known as APO Hiking Society, or simply Apo, was a Filipino musical group, often referred to as "The Beatles of the Philippines.“ GThe group had its fledgling beginnings in 1969 at the Ateneo de Manila high school, with thirteen members: q q q q Bruce Brown Butch Dans Kinjo Sawada Ric Segreto q q q q Goff Macaraeg Doden Besa Jim Paredes Gus Cosio q q q q Renato Garcia Chito Kintanar Kenny Barton Boboy Garovillo q q Lito de Joya Sonny Santiago
  4. 4. Apo Hiking Society Gschool with aname was created from the acronym AMHStorepresenting their The group's witty twist having an irreverent reference the paralyzed Philippine revolutionary intellectual and hero, Apolinario Mabini, and later shortened to "Apo", an Ilocano term for a wise man or a Tagalog term of grandchildren, and later re-branded to "APO" . GPhilippines'spopular belief, the potentially-active not a referenceMount Apo. Contrary to the "Apo" name was to the highest peak, stratovolcano GAs the students advanced into college, Danny Javier joined the group. Gcareers, with only three membersits membersmadetouppursue individual After graduation, the majority of left remaining, of Jim Paredes, Boboy Garovillo and Danny Javier.
  5. 5. Apo Hiking Society GIn the span of their professional career, Apo emerged as a principal adherent of the musical movement termed Original Pilipino Music (a.k.a. OPM), a milieu(a person's social environment.) in which their original musical contributions and cultural influence became essential. GThe Apo became involved in record production, talent management and organizing artists under the Organisasyon ng Pilipinong Mang-aawit (O.P.M., acronym translation: "Organization of Philippine Singers/musicians"). GThe group expanded its activities into establishing and furthering the careers of new OPM artists in the Philippines. GThe group has released 27 albums in four decades of its career.
  6. 6. Apo Hiking Society GTwo hugely successful tribute albums were produced in 2006 and 2007 by its management group, featuring numerous young bands freshly reinterpreting Apo's expansive repertoire. GThe group frequently utilized their brand name, "Apo," as a clever component for Tagalog puns in titles for television shows, live programs and marketing materials (for example, as in nA PO, which transliterates as "already" (polite/formal usage), and also as apó (meaning, "grandchild"). The puns have been minimally extended into English, as in (APOcalyptic).
  7. 7. Apo Hiking Society History GThe Name "Apolinario Mabini Hiking Society" is actually a play on words: since Apolinario Mabini was paralyzed, it is ironic to put "Hiking Society" next to his name. GThe Apo Hiking Society first gained recognition in 1973 when they gave a farewell concert at the Meralco Theater in Pasig City, Metro Manila, Philippines. Just out of college, the group was the talk of the Ateneo de Manila University and adjoining campuses for their music and humor.
  8. 8. Apo Hiking Society History GIt was only when two of its four members were about to retire from the field of amateur music, however, that the APO, then known as the Apolinario Mabini Hiking Society, finally had a city-wide audience. One of them was scheduled to leave for Turkey as an exchange student. The other had a position waiting for him in his father's advertising firm. GWhy a talented young man of 21 would want to go to Turkey, every young man in the early 1970s would probably understand. But what the APO could not understand was their fourth member's decision to leave the irresponsibility of being unemployed to join the ranks of the corporate world.
  9. 9. Apo Hiking Society History GThe trip to Turkey did not materialize and the APO, now a tentative trio, pushed on steadily towards fame and fortune. GLooking back, the APO members Danny Javier, Boboy Garrovillo, and Jim Paredes do not regret never having been regular wage earners. Their farewell concert, which had SRO audiences for two stormy nights, not unexpectedly became a hit record the following year.
  10. 10. Apo Hiking Society Achievements GIn the three decades since that "farewell" concert, the APO has made 22 record albums; hosted several television shows including their own noontime Sunday show "Sa Linggo nAPO Sila" and noontime show from Monday to Saturday "'Sang Linggo nAPO Sila"; and launched hugely successful major solo concerts and countless provincial, dinner, and corporate shows. They have performed in over 50 cities in the United States, in Canada, Singapore, Indonesia, Germany, Switzerland, Italy and Japan to bring Original Pilipino Music to Filipinos the world over.
  11. 11. Apo Hiking Society Achievements GIn 1998, Legendary OPM group APO and defunct band Eraserheads teamed up for their first "San Miguel Beer" TV commercial "Homeboys." The concept of reviving and modernizing their originals by rock/alternative bands in the 1990s paved the way to two tribute albums by various bands entitled Kami nAPO Muna in 2006 and Kami nAPO Muna Ulit in 2007. GIn 2007, the group was awarded as "MYX Magna Award 2007" in the MYX Music Awards 2007 achieving the best of opm pop music and also has an achievements in music and recording in the OPM history.
  12. 12. Apo Hiking Society APO Tribute Albums GJust a few years after their hiatus, the tribute album Kami nAPO Muna!: The Music Of APO Hiking Society was released in honor of the group. The Filipino musical artists who did their own unique renditions of The APO classics includes: qImago qItchyworms qOrange and qSponge Cola Lemons qBoldstar qParokya ni qSound, Drip Edgar qRocksteddy qKamikazee qSandwich qSugarfree qBarbie Almalbis qKitchie Nadal qTop Suzara qShamrock qThe Dawn
  13. 13. Apo Hiking Society APO Tribute Albums GTheir second volume, Kami nAPO muna Ulit has also included their new members in the compilation album are qChilitees qThe Spaceflower qTrue Faith qThe Bloomfields qShow qSilent Sanctuary qScrambled Eggs qHilera qConcrete Sam qUp Dharma Down
  14. 14. Apo Hiking Society 2008-2009 Reunion GOn 20 September 2008, Apo Hiking Society had a reunion concert called "Apo of the Philippines" which was held at the Araneta Coliseum to celebrate their 39th Anniversary. They sang all of the APO Favorites and all songs from their past releases. GOn February 7, 2009, The Apo performed in the Open Air FTI Complex in Taguig. The free concert was sponsored in cooperation with the Taguig City hall. One month later, the Eraserheads had their Final Set Concert.
  15. 15. Apo Hiking Society 2008-2009 Reunion GOn November 17, 2009, the Apo Hiking Society marked their 40th anniversary with a big concert at the SM North EDSA Skydome. It was called "APO Kayang-Kaya Pa". This was originally scheduled on September 26 but was cancelled due to the Typhoon Ondoy.
  16. 16. Apo Hiking Society 2010 Retirement GLast December 16, 2009, the APO Hiking Society announced that they are already retiring as a group due to "diminishing creative process." They performed a series of shows that started on February 14, 2010 and ended on May, just in time for the elections. They also reunited for the last time to perform in the Inauguration of President Benigno 'Noynoy' Aquino III last June 30, 2010.
  17. 17. Apo Hiking Society Film Musical G In 2012, a movie musical based on APO songs was released. Entitled I Do Bidoobidoo, it was released on August 29. The movie was inspired by Mamma Mia, a musical that was based on and used ABBA songs, which later became a movie.
  18. 18. Apo Hiking Society Discography GStudio Albums qCollector's qTrue To My qSongbuk ng qBanda Rito Item (1975) Music (1983) APO (1991) (2001) (1976) Ground (1984) (1991) Palabas (1978) (1986) Made in the Philippines (1987) Barangay Apo (1994) Repackaged (Repackaged 2006) qSongwriter qFeet On The qPagkatapos ng qDireksyon qTen Years Together (1980) qTwelve Years Together (1982) qMga Kuwento ng Apo (1990) qPaskonAPO q1-2-3 (1992) qDating qPaskonAPO qThe Apo: Jim, Buboy and Danny (Their 26th APO Alternatib (1996) Album after 8 qMismo! (1999) years, 2009)
  19. 19. Apo Hiking Society Discography GLive Albums qIn Concert#$%!? (Live Album) (1974) qThe Worst of Apo Hiking Society (Live Album) (1985) qDalawampunAPOsila (Live Album) (1989)
  20. 20. Apo Hiking Society Discography GCompilations qThe Best of Apo Hiking Society (1988) qThe Best of Apo Hiking Society, Vol. 2 (1991) qKami nAPO muna: 2-Disc Limited Edition (2006) qKami nAPO muna ulit: 2-Disc Limited Edition (2007) qThe Best Of Kami nAPO Muna 2-CD (2008) qAPO Hiking Society: 18 Greatest Hits (2009) qKami nAPO Naman Dito Sa Canada Limited Edition (2009) "RST Productions".
  21. 21. Apo Hiking Society Collaborations Compilations G q The 2nd Metro Manila Pop Music Fest Album (Vicor Music Corp., 1978) q Pamasko Ng Mga Bituin (Universal Records, 1981) q Salubungin Ang Pasko (Universal Records, 1986) q Handog Ng Pilipino Sa Mundo (Universal Records, 1986) q Ginintuang Diwa ng Pasko (Universal Records, 1989) q 18 Classic OPM Love Songs (PolyEast Records, 1995) q Sandaan 1898-1998 (Universal Records, 1998) q 6th Metropop Song Festival The Album (GMA Records, 2001) q The Love Song Collection (Universal Records, 2003) q Only Selfless Love (Universal Records, 2003) q OPM Gold (Universal Records, 2005) q OPM Superstars Christmas (Universal Records, 2005) q The Best of OPM Love Ballads (Universal Records, 2005) q The Best of OPM Novelty Hits (Universal Records, 2005) q OPM Gold Christmas Album (Universal Records, 2006) q OPM Platinum Christmas (Universal Records, 2007) q Bongga! The Biggest OPM Retro Hits Of The Year (Universal Records, 2008)
  22. 22. Apo Hiking Society Collaborations Compilations G q No. 1 Signature Hits OPM's Best (Vicor Music Corp., 2008) q Senti 18 Pinoy Love Hits (Vicor Music Corp. & Viva Records, Corp., 2008) q Pinoy Sound Trip Vol. 1 (Vicor Music Corp. & Viva Records, Corp., 2008) q Pinoy Sound Trip Vol. 2 (Vicor Music Corp. & Viva Records, Corp., 2008) q Bongga 2: Another Biggest OPM Retro Hits (Universal Records, 2009) q Love Knows No Boundaries (Vicor Music Corp. & Viva Records, Corp., 2009) q No. 1 Signature Hits OPM's Best Vol. 2 (Vicor Music Corp., 2009) q Paalam, Maraming Salamat Pres. Aquino: A Memorial Tribute Soundtrack (Star Records, 2009) q The Best Of Manila Sound Vol. 1 (Vicor Music Corp., 2010) q The Best Of Manila Sound Vol. 2 (Vicor Music Corp., 2010) q OPM All-Star Christmas (Universal Records, 2010)
  23. 23. Apo Hiking Society Collaborations GTribute Albums qKami nAPO muna (2006) qKami nAPO muna ulit (2007) qKami nAPO Naman Dito Sa Canada (2009)
  24. 24. Apo Hiking Society Awards G Myx Magna Award, 2nd Myx Music Awards 2007 G Tanglaw Ng Lahi Award, Jesuits Communications Foundation, Inc. 1994 G Lifetime Achievement Award, Awit Awards G Lifetime Achievement Award, 1st PMPC Star Awards for Music 2009 G Finalists, Metro Pop Song Festival 2001 G 2nd Place Winner, Metro Manila Popular Song Festival 1979 G Nominated, Best Male TV Hosts "Sa Linggo NAPO Sila," PMPC Star Awards For TV 1989-1995 G Nominated, Best Male TV Hosts "Sang Linggo NAPO Sila," PMPC Star Awards For TV 1995-1998
  25. 25. Apo Hiking Society Television Shows of APO GOkay Lang (IBC 13, 1973- ?) - Cast GDiscorama (GMA 7, 1980 – 1986)- Host GStudent Canteen (GMA 7, 1981 – 1986)Host GSa Linggo nAPO Sila (ABS-CBN, 1990– 1995) - Host GSang Linggo nAPO Sila (ABS-CBN, 1995– 1998) - Host
  26. 26. Apo Hiking Society Songs G "American Junk" (covered by Kamikazee feat. Parokya Ni Edgar) G "Anna" (covered by Top Suzara) G "Awit ng Barkada" (covered by Itchyworms) G "Bakit ang Babae" (covered by Sandwich) G "Banal Na Aso, Santong Kabayo" (original by Yano) G "Batang-Bata Ka Pa" (covered by Sugarfree) G "Bawat Bata" (covered by The Dawn, also used by Sugarfree as a jingle ad for AlactaGrow) G "Blue Jeans" (covered by Wise Guys, then Eraserheads, and then by Rocksteddy)
  27. 27. Apo Hiking Society Songs G "American Junk" (covered by Kamikazee feat. Parokya Ni Edgar) G "Anna" (covered by Top Suzara) G "Awit ng Barkada" (covered by Itchyworms) G "Bakit ang Babae" (covered by Sandwich) G "Banal Na Aso, Santong Kabayo" (original by Yano) G "Batang-Bata Ka Pa" (covered by Sugarfree) G "Bawat Bata" (covered by The Dawn, also used by Sugarfree as a jingle ad for AlactaGrow) G "Blue Jeans" (covered by Wise Guys, then Eraserheads, and then by Rocksteddy)
  28. 28. Apo Hiking Society Songs G "Di na Natuto" (original by Gary Valenciano, originally composed by Danny Javier & covered by APO, then Sound, and then by Noel Cabangon) G "Doo Bi Doo" (covered by Kamikazee, now covered by Ogie Alcasid was used in a soundtrack I Doo Bidoo Bidoo) G "Ewan" (covered by Imago) G "Hanggang May Pag-Ibig" (covered by Chilitees) G "Harana" (written by Eric Yaptangco, originally done by Tony Lambino, covered by Parokya Ni Edgar, also covered by Regine Velasquez, and now covered by The Company) G "Heto Na" (covered by Concrete Sam)
  29. 29. Apo Hiking Society Trivia G APO and Eraserheads were in a San Miguel Beer TV commercial, "Homeboys." G The group won as "Myx Magna Award" in the Myx Music Awards 2007, with achievements in music and recording in the OPM history. G Danny Javier is the oldest member of APO, while Boboy Garovillo is the youngest member of the group. G The group performed for the first time at the Araneta Coliseum in 1969 with Patti Page. G Danny Javier composed "Di Na Natuto" for Filipino artist Gary Valenciano, with the group performing their own rendition of the song later.
  30. 30. Apo Hiking Society Trivia G Apo was part of the longest ever Balikbayan Roadshow in '75. US, Canada, Hawaii (57 city shows in 94 days) G Jim was born in Luzon, Danny in the Visayas and Boboy in Mindanao, representing the three major islands of the Philippines. G The first Filipino movie-oke (musical film), I Do Bidoo Bidoo: Heto nAPO Sila! is a special tribute to the APO for being one of the greatest OPM Artists of all time. The movie was released in theaters on August 29, 2012.
  31. 31. Ryan Cayabyab 1971-present 3/5/2014 32
  32. 32. Ryan Cayabyab Birth name Also known as Born Origin Genres Occupations Instruments Years active Associated acts Raymundo Cipriano Pujante Cayabyab Mr. C May 4, 1954 (age 59) Quezon City, Philippines Classical, Manila sound, jazz, religious, Adult Contemporary, conductor, composer, arranger, pianist, singer vocal, Piano, multitrack recording (for his "One" series of albums) 1971-present Philippine Madrigal Singers Ryan Ryan Musikahan (TV show) Smokey Mountain San Miguel Philharmonic Orchestra San Miguel Master Chorale Philippine Idol Pinoy Dream Academy 2
  33. 33. Ryan Cayabyab G Ryan Cayabyab (born Raymundo Cipriano Pujante Cayabyab on May 4, 1954 in Manila, Philippines but known as Mr. C) is a Filipino musician and was the Executive and Artistic Director of the defunct San Miguel Foundation for the Performing Arts. He was also a resident judge for the only season of Philippine Idol in 2006. G He is now the executive director of the Philpop MusicFest Foundation Inc., the organization behind the Philippine Popular Music Festival, a songwriting competition for amateurs and professionals that seeks to uplift the Philippine Music industry by putting the spotlight on songwriters, and encouraging Filipinos to preserve our musical identity.
  34. 34. Ryan Cayabyab Personal life G He is married to Emmy Punsalan, and together they have two children: Cristina María and Antonio María Cayabyab.
  35. 35. Ryan Cayabyab Credentials G As music, director, conductor and accompanist, he has performed with leading Philippine music personalities at Avery Fisher Hall in the Lincoln Center in New York City; Carnegie Hall (both the Main and Recital halls) in New York; the Kennedy Center and the Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.; the Shrine in Los Angeles; the Orpheum in Vancouver; even at the Circus Maximus of the Caesars Palace on the Las Vegas Strip. G He has traveled, as music director in most of the Southeast Asian cities, in the cities of Australia as well as in Germany, France, Spain, the Netherlands, Japan, and the United States. G He has worked in the same shows with Sammy Davis Jr. and Frank Sinatra, as well as conducted the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra for special performances of American jazz singer Diane Schuur and pianist Jim Chappel. G In Manila, he has conducted the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra, at the Cultural Center of the Philippines for a concert of Philippine and American contemporary music; and the Manila Chamber Orchestra for a concert of his original works.
  36. 36. Ryan Cayabyab Credentials G Ryan Cayabyab is a laureate of the Onassis International Cultural Competitions (2nd Prize), having won for original music composition for dance (2001). G He is a TOYM (Ten Outstanding Young Men) awardee for contemporary Filipino music in 1978. G He won the Grand Prize award at the first Metro Manila Popular Music Festival for the song "Kay Ganda ng Ating Musika". G As of 2006, he has won three international Grand Prix awards for his compositions; in the First Seoul Song Festival, in the Voice of Asia Song Festival in the former U.S.S.R., and in the Tokyo Music Festival. G He has won the Jingle of the Year award from the Philippine advertising industry as well as Bronze Awardee at the New York Film and Television Awards. G He has won a total of ten best movie score awards from the various film award-giving bodies.
  37. 37. Ryan Cayabyab Movies G Ryan Cayabyab has been a prolific movie composer and among the movies that contain his original works are: q Deathrow (2000) q Azucena (2000) q Kahapon, May Dalawang Bata (1999) q Tatlo...Magkasalo (1998) q Anak ng Bulkan (1997) q Ang Lalaki sa Buhay ni Selya (1997) q Ligaya ang Itawag Mo sa Akin (1997) q Vulcan (1997) q Abot Kamay ang Pangarap (1996) q Inagaw Mo ang Lahat sa Akin (1995) q Closer to Home (1995) q Saan Ka Man Naroroon (1994) q Kailangan Kita (1993) q Ikaw Pa Lang ang Minahal (1992) q Hihintayin Kita sa Langit (1991) q Toyland ng Dalawang (1989) q Misis Mo, Misis Ko (1988) q Karnal (1984) q Desire (1982) q Aguila (1979)Masikip, Maluwang...Paraison g Parisukat (1977) q Magandang Gabi sa Inyong Lahat (1976) q Kay Ganda ng Ating Musika
  38. 38. Ryan Cayabyab Theater G Among his many works, his theater musicals Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo have won acclaim and have been performed extensively in the cities of Japan in 1994 and 1996, with a special NHK broadcast in November 1996, and in Kuala Lumpur in 1996. Another musicale, Magnificat, has logged in almost 200 performances. G His other popular musicals include Katy (words by Jose Javier Reyes), Alikabok, Ilustrado and the classic pop-ballet Rama Hari (words by 2006 National Artist for Literature Bienvenido Lumbera). His latest opera, Spoliarium (libretto by Fides Cuyugan-Asensio), premiered in February 2003 at the Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo of the CCP, and is to be followed by another opera also with Asensio, Mariang Makiling at Ang Mga Nuno sa Punso, with music also by Ryan Cayabyab.
  39. 39. Ryan Cayabyab Awards G Ryan Cayabyab is 2004's Gawad CCP Awardee for Music. On February 2, 1999, he was selected as one of the 100 awardees of the CCP Centennial Honors for the Arts . He became the first recipient of the Antonio C. Barreiro Achievement Award on 4 May 1996 for significant and lasting contributions to the growth and development of Filipino music. Likewise, in 18 June 1996, Awit Awards, the recording industry awards, awarded him a Lifetime Achievement Award for "invaluable contribution and outstanding achievements in the promotion and development of Filipino music." The University of the Philippines Alumni Association has conferred upon him the Professional Award in music for the year 1998.
  40. 40. Ryan Cayabyab Discography G GREAT FILIPINO LOVE SONGS G A bestseller in major record bars and a Certified Gold Record, thereby breaking records of sorts when it was released in 2004. Under Sony-BMG Pilipinas. G GFLS was the first locally produced album to feature full-blown orchestral arrangements of well-known Filipino classics. It was produced and recorded in a span of 3 years. G It emerged as No. 2 album in sales charts upon its release in 2004, and after a week became No. 1, surpassing the sales of contemporary mainstream artists like Usher, Josh Groban, Maroon Five, Beyoncé, and Evanescence. G According to sales reports, the album has been bought by bulk by many customers as presents and give-aways among families and corporations for all occasions.
  41. 41. Ryan Cayabyab Discography G GREAT ORIGINAL PILIPINO MUSIC BY RYAN CAYABYAB All songs in the album composed and arranged by Ryan Cayabyab. All songs recorded in 2001, except tracks 5, 8, and 9, which are SMMC a capella tracks and were recorded in 2004. This album received three nominations in the 18th Awit Awards aside from winning Best Musical Arrangement for Tuwing Umuulan at Kapiling Ka. Under Sony-BMG Pilipinas. G Tuwing Umuulan at Kapiling Ka (winner, 18th Awit Awards, Best Musical Arrangement) G Iduyan Mo G Kahit Ika'y Panaginip Lang G Paraisong Parisukat G Tunay na Ligaya G Nais Ko G Liman-Dipang Tao G Tsismis G Da Coconut Nut G Iniibig Kita G Paraiso G Awit ng Pagsinta (Epithalamium) - from Ryan Cayabyab and Bienvenido Lumbera's pop-ballet Rama Hari; lyrics by Lumbera G Hibang sa Awit - lyrics by Jose Javier Reyes
  42. 42. Ryan Cayabyab Discography G SPOLIARIUM: THE OPERA An neo-opera in three acts based on the life of renowned Filipino painter Juan Luna. Music by Ryan Cayabyab, libretto by Fides Cuyugan-Asensio.
  43. 43. Ryan Cayabyab Discography G THE FILIPINO CLASSICS A collection of Filipino classics from the '20s up to the '60s. All songs arranged & conducted by Ryan Cayabyab and performed by Basil Valdez accompanied by the SMPO. Sequel albums 2 and 3 are said to be produced if this first album performs well in the market. This album became No. 1 at Tower Records in one month's time since it was released. Certified Gold Record. Under Viva Records. q Diyos Lamang ang q Sa Ugoy ng Duyan Nakakaalam q Bakas ng Lumipas q Babalik Ka Rin q Sapagka't Kami ay Tao q Dahil Sa Isang Bulaklak Lamang q Bituing Marikit q Lagi Kitang Naaalala q Kung Nagsasayaw Kita q Bayan Ko q Madaling Araw q Mahiwaga
  44. 44. Ryan Cayabyab Discography G THE FILIPINO CLASSICS A collection of Filipino classics from the '20s up to the '60s. All songs arranged & conducted by Ryan Cayabyab and performed by Basil Valdez accompanied by the SMPO. Sequel albums 2 and 3 are said to be produced if this first album performs well in the market. This album became No. 1 at Tower Records in one month's time since it was released. Certified Gold Record. Under Viva Records. q Diyos Lamang ang Nakakaalam q Babalik Ka Rin q Dahil Sa Isang Bulaklak q Bituing Marikit q Kung Nagsasayaw Kita q Madaling Araw q Sa Ugoy ng Duyan q Bakas ng Lumipas q Sapagka't Kami ay Tao Lamang q Lagi Kitang Naaalala q Bayan Ko q Mahiwaga
  45. 45. THE SACRED WORKS OF RYAN CAYABYAB Religious compositions of Cayabyab. Misa was his thesis composition for his graduation at the University of the Philippines College of Music. Misa 2000 was composed for and won as Original Music Composition for Dance in the 2000 Onassis International Cultural Competition in Greece. This album won as Best Religious Album in the 2004 Catholic Mass Media Awards. Under Sony-BMG Records. Some of his sacred works: • Missa 2000 • Credo • Gloria • Kyrie • Sanctus • Agnus Dei 3/5/2014 46
  47. 47. Well-known and well-loved theme songs from Filipino movies. Recorded live on July 2006 and released December of that year. Mainly featuring the SMMC, accompanied by the SMPO. Choral arrangements by Ryan Cayabyab, Jesus Carlo Merino, Ed Nepomuceno and Nathanael Arnel de Pano (the latter 2 being section leaders of the SMMC Tenors and Basses, respectively), and Eudenice Palaruan (SMMC Principal Conductor). All orchestrations by Ryan Cayabyab. Under Sony-BMG Pilipinas. Here are some examples of the movies: • Sana'y Wala Nang Wakas • Sana'y Wala Nang Wakas • Pangako • Pangarap Na Bituin • Pagdating Ng Panahon • Kailangan Kita • Hanggang Sa Dulo Ng Walang Hanggan • Kailangan Ko'y Ikaw
  48. 48. Radioactive Sago Project 3/5/2014 49
  49. 49. Something about the Radioactive Sago Project Origin- Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines Genres- Pinoy rock, alternative rock, ska punk, jazz fusion, salsa Years active-1999–present Labels- Viva Records (2000) Terno Recordings-(2004–present) Website-Radioactive Sago Project Radioactive Sago Project is a Filipino jazz rock band formed in 1999 in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines. The band's sound is a fusion of spoken-word poetry, bebop jazz, and punk. Subjects in their material range from politics, drugs, alcohol, random musings and current issues. Fronted by award-winning poet Lourd de Veyra, the band has released three albums. The first, a self-titled album, was released in 2000, followed by Urban Gulaman in 2004 and Tangina Mo Andaming Nagugutom sa Mundo Fashionista Ka Pa Rin, released in 2007. 3/5/2014 50
  50. 50. Members of the Radioactive Sago Project Members:Lourd de Veyra (vocals), Junji Lerma (guitar) Francis de Veyra (bass), Wawi Anzano (trumpet) ,Pards Tupas (trombone) Rastem Eugenio (alto saxophone) ,Ryan Zapanta (alto saxophone), Uno Bañaga (violin) ,Arwin Nava (percussions) ,Jay Gapasin (drums), B-Boy Garcia (turntables) And here are some of there albums: • Radioactive Sago Project - Viva Records, 2000 • Urban Gulaman - Terno Recordings, 2004 • Tangina Mo Andaming Nagugutom sa Mundo Fashionista Ka Pa Rin - Terno Recordings, 2007 3/5/2014 51
  51. 51. Trivia • In 2000, the band released its first single, "Gusto Ko Ng Baboy", about a young man's fascination with pigs since his childhood. As the song progresses, it becomes a political tirade against corruption. • In 2004, they released the single "Astro", from Urban Gulaman, depicting a person's addiction to cigarette smoking. This was titled after Astro, a now-defunct brand of cigarettes sold to the C-D-E category. 3/5/2014 52
  52. 52. Yoyoy Villame Birth name: Roman Tesorio Villame Born: November 18, 1932 Calape, Bohol, Philippines Died: May 18, 2007 (aged 74) Las Piñas, Metro Manila, Philippines Genres: Novelty music Occupations: Singer-songwriter, comedian, actor Instruments: Vocals Years active: 1972–2004 Associated acts: Max Surban 3/5/2014 53
  53. 53. Early life • Villame was the youngest among ten children of a fisherman father and fishseller mother. He started composing songs for the Boy Scouts in his elementary days. • Dropping out after his second year in high school, Villame enlisted to become a soldier-trainee of the Philippine Army. Being unhappy in his post in Pampanga, he asked for a discharge after the surrender of rebel leader Luis Taruc. Villame would become a passenger jeepney driver plying the Baclaran-Pasay Taft-Santa CruzDimasalang route. • During the ten years of driving jeeps, he would compete in amateur nights held at Plaza Miranda in Quiapo but only to lose because of his strong Visayan accent.
  54. 54. Notable Works • Villame blended Filipino folk melodies, popular tunes and nursery rhymes for his music and then added witty lyrics that mixed Tagalog, Cebuano and English in a form of grammar that he concocted. He became a national figure in 1977 with his near anthemic "Mag-exercise Tayo", which has been adopted by government agencies and public schools as the official music for their Monday morning exercise after the flag ceremony. • His most popular song was "Butse Kik", a song written from made-up Chinese-sounding words which Villame allegedly came up with by writing down the names of Chinese stores while waiting for a mechanic to fix his broken-down jeepney in Manila's Chinatown; it borrowed from the tune of Dee Dee Sharp's "Baby Cakes", a 1962 hit. 3/5/2014 55
  55. 55. YOYOY (1977) "Plaka Pilipino Records" • Mag-exercise Tayo • Philippine Geography • Nasaan Ka Darling? • Mentras Lariang • Bukonut Woman • Granada • Bungalow • Tarzan at Barok • Exercise Boogie • Oh! My Sweet • • Kanser Welcome Balikbayan 3/5/2014 56
  56. 56. Television • Doon Po Sa Amin (RPN 9) • Milyonaryong Mini (with Max Surban) (ABS-CBN Regional) Filmography • Babae sa Breakwater (2004) • Pepot Artista (2004) • Sis (2001) • Milyonaryong Mini (1996) • Tunay na Magkaibigan, Walang Iwanan... Peksman (1994) • Once Upon a Time in Manila (1994) • Ober Da Bakod (The Movie) (1994) 3/5/2014 57
  57. 57. Francis Magalona • Birth name Magalona Francis Michael Durango • Also known as FrancisM, Master Rapper, The Man From Manila, Kiko, The Mouth, The Filipino King of Rap • Born October 4, 1964 • Kalentong, Mandaluyong City, Philippines • Genres Rap, Filipino hip hop, rap rock, funk, Manila Sound • Occupations Rapper, songwriter, producer, actor, director, entrepreneur, host, photographer 3/5/2014 58
  58. 58. Family and early career • Magalona was the eighth of the nine children of actors Pancho Magalona and Tita Duran, popular film stars of the 1940s and 1950s. His grandfather, Enrique B. Magalona, was a politician and served as a Senator of the Philippines from 1946 to 1949 and from 1949 to 1955. He graduated from High School at the Don Bosco Technical College in Mandaluyong City from 1978 to 1981 and studied at the San Beda College in Manila from 1981-1984. • Magalona started out as a breakdancer in the 1980s. He was cast in several Filipino movies including Bagets 2. He was the resident DJ/rapper in the IBC-13 variety show Loveli'Ness. • Magalona was introduced by co-actor Richard Gomez to Pia Arroyo at a party in a disco owned by film director Marilou Diaz -Abaya and her husband, cinematographer, Manolo Abaya Ishmael Bernal,[6] and the couple got married in 1985. The couple had eight children, two of whom were Magalona's stepchildren: Unna, Nicolo, Clara, and television personalities Maxene (Max) (1986), Francis Jr. (Frank) (1987), Saab (1988), Elmo (1994) and Arkin Magalona, who entered showbiz to follow their father's footsteps. 3/5/2014 59
  59. 59. Music career • Filipino hip hop and nationalistic rap • In 1990, he released the album Yo!, the first commercially released Filipino rap album. Yo! included several popular singles such as "Mga Kababayan" (Fellow Countrymen), "Gotta Let 'Cha Know", "Cold Summer Nights", and a duet with Pia Arroyo "Loving You Baby". With tracks that featured politically conscious and thought-provoking rhymes in both English and Tagalog, Yo! was a big success and helped catapult Filipino hip hop from underground to mainstream status. It also marked the birth of Makabayang (nationalistic) rap in Filipino hip hop. • In 1992, Francis Magalona released Rap Is FrancisM (1992). With tracks addressing the various cultural and social problems that plagued his country such as drug addiction in "Mga Praning" (Paranoids), political instability in "Halalan" (Elections) as well as the detrimental effects of a colonial mentality in "Tayo'y Mga Pinoy" (We Are Filipinos), the record's complexity and conscious message quickly earned it its classic status and became the standard by which future albums of the genre were to be compared. This album helped tag Magalona as one of the most politically conscious voices of his generation. 3/5/2014 60
  60. 60. Honors and legacy • Magalona would ultimately be cited not just the "King of Philippine rap" but also "The Father of Pinoy Hip Hop".Magalona's contributions to the genre have been featured in several international hip hop publications including the All Music Guide to Hip-Hop: The Definitive Guide to Rap and HipHop (2003) published by Backbeat Books; as well as the May 2004 issue of the U.S.-based publication The Source. He was also given the Pioneer Hall of Fame Award by Empire Entertainment at the 1st Annual Philippine Hip-Hop Music Awards in 2005. • Magalona was the recipient of the MTV Pilipinas Video Music Awards Generations Award in 2006 "in recognition of his career that has spanned decades and broken boundaries, and for his music which continues to inspire generations of artists and music fans both here and abroad." He was the second person so honored, the first having been singer Gary Valenciano at the 2005 rites. 3/5/2014 61
  61. 61. • On March 18, 2009, the Philippine Government - through the efforts of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts— recognized Magalona with by awarding him a posthumous Presidential Medal of Merit. The award's citation noted that it had been given “for his musical and artistic brilliance, his deep faith in the Filipino and his sense of national pride that continue to inspire us.” • Several supporters of Magalona launched an online petition to award him, the Order of National Artist, which is the highest recognition for Philippine artists. However, nominations for the National Artist award will have to be done after three years as nominations for the order are closed. • His daughter Maxene has indicated that she intends to continue Magalona's projects, including his The Sickos Project album with Buendia, and a documentary about his battle with cancer. The young actress stated: "We will coordinate with the people he had been working with, [...] I understand that Papa is a big part of history." 3/5/2014 62
  62. 62. Discography 1989 Francis M. (Extended Of Loving You) 1993 Meron Akong Ano! 1990 Yo! 1995 FreeMan 1990 Mga Kababayan (E.P. Dance Remix) 1996 Happy Battle 1990 Gotta Let 'Cha Know (E.P.) 1998 The Oddventures Of Mr. Cool 1991 Man From Manila (E.P. Dance Remix) 1999 Interscholastic 1992 Rap Is FrancisM 2001 FreeMan 2 3/5/2014 63