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« Reply #1 on: June 05, 2009, 10:00:47 AM »
kasayawon gud ko basta makadungog ani nga kanta ay lab all yoyoy songs
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« Reply #2 on: June 06, 2009, 12:27:19 AM »
hehe, i remember when i was a kid i used to listen to this song.

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« Reply #3 on: August 30, 2009, 02:21:00 AM »
Hala  uy....mingawon  man pod  ta  ni  Yoyoy!!  Makagik-ik  man  pod  ta  sa  ijang   mga  kanta  labina  'tong Magellan  ug  mga  Profession....magtulo  gyud  akong  luha  ug  kinatawa!!!! ;D ;D ;D
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« Reply #4 on: August 30, 2009, 02:25:16 AM »
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« Reply #5 on: August 30, 2009, 02:29:22 AM »
Naa  pud  gani  to sijay  kanta  nga  Driver  sa  MB  Liner...... ;D

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« Reply #6 on: August 30, 2009, 10:16:59 AM »

oi, naay cd si murage ani. hehehe naay taga dumaguete na tawganay nila ni murage kay yoyoy.  mag duet gud ni sila ug kanta sa mga songs ni yoyoy!
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« Reply #7 on: August 30, 2009, 10:43:04 AM »

really? hahaha! madugay maka memorize na si Manong Yoyoy ani! hahahah!

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master kaayo ko ug bisaya songs sa gamay pa ko...
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Ang kanta nga Magellan unang nakapasikat ni Yoyoy.

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Who is Yoyoy Villame?

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Yoyoy Villame

 
Background information
Birth name Roman Tesorio Villame
Born November 18, 1932(1932-11-18)
Origin Calape, Bohol, Philippines
Died May 18, 2007 (aged 74)
Genres Novelty music
Occupations Singer-songwriter, Comedian, Actor
Instruments vocals
Years active 1972-2004
Associated acts Max Surban
Yoyoy Villame (November 18, 1932 - May 18, 2007) born Roman Tesorio Villame, was a Filipino singer, composer, lyricist, and comedian. Villame was a native of Calape, Bohol and was the father of singer Hannah Villame. He died of cardiac arrest at the Las Piñas Medical Center in Metro Manila on May 18, 2007.[citation needed]

Contents [hide]
1 Early life
2 Notable works
3 Death
4 Discography
5 Filmography
6 Television
7 References
8 External links
 

[edit] Early life
The youngest among ten children of a fisherman father and fishseller mother, Villame started composing songs for the Boy Scouts in his elementary days. Dropping out after his second year in high school, he 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 Cruz-Dimasalang 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[1].

In 1965, Villame went back to Bohol to become a bus driver of the MB (Meneses-Butalid) Liner fleet, where he had a bus numbered 13 that plied the Tagbilaran-Ubay-Talibon route. At the bus company, he formed with some fellow drivers the MBs Combo, a rondalla band where he sang and played the mandolin. He was soon invited to parties and eventually as an entertainer in fiestas, baptism, weddings, funerals and special events.

The owner of the bus company took notice of Villame’s efforts and set up a music studio named Kinampay Records, after a local dish, just for him. Villame's first recording was in 1972 and entitled Magellan, a parody of historicism of Ferdinand Magellan's failed conquest of the Philippines. This became the top-selling record in the Visayas-Mindanao region. Comedian Chiquito recognized his potential and brought Villame to Manila to be signed to Vicor Records, which re-issued most of the Kinampay catalogue. Touring Pampanga, Nueva Ecija and other parts of Luzon helped Villame establish his name in the country.[2]

Villame was the first to brand his music as "novelty" to distinguish himself from his contemporaries, who tried hard to sound like Perry Como or Frank Sinatra. It was the beginning of a long list of albums and recordings of his politically inspired songs in Cebuano, Tagalog and English.[3]

[edit] 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. The song would then be covered by a host of artists, Aiza Seguerra and The CompanY to name a few. The Chinese community in Cebu felt slighted by the song but dropped plans to bring Villame to court because not a single Chinese word was included the song [4].

Villame wrote Philippine Geography, which lists 77 major islands, provinces, cities, municipalities, and towns in the Philippines from north to south. Villame also established a love team with "Barok Labs Dabiana" and celebrated his fisherman father with "Piyesta ng Mga Isda". Hilarity was the common, as seen from his songs about about cavemen ("Tarzan at Barok") or geography ("My Country, My Philippines"). His song "Take It, Take It (Pasko ng Fiasco)" took potshots at the Manila Film Festival scam in the 1990s.

Villame made more than 25 albums and won several sales awards, among them a double platinum for his album "Tirana My Dear" and a platinum for "McArthur and Dagohoy" in 1991. He also won Best Novelty for "Piyesta ng mga Isda" in the 1993 Awit Awards. His long list of hits and his entertaining style of music earned him the title of "King of Philippine Novelty Songs"[5].

Villame began making movies in the early 1970s with the help of Chiquito, his first on-screen appearance was in "Isla Limasawa," where "Magellan" was used as theme song. In 2004, Yoyoy played a Visayan troubadour in the critically acclaimed movie, Babae sa Breakwater (Woman of the Breakwater). In doing over 50 movies, Villame is most noted for his role in the 1974 suspense thriller Biktima. His song "My Country, My Philippines" was played in the opening scene of the movie "Ang Pagdadalaga ni Maximo Oliveros," while his songs also landed in the soundtrack for the movie "Pepot Artista"[6].

Villame would move to Las Piñas City, where he became a city councilor for ten years. He then ran for vice-mayor in 1995 but lost[7].





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