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In 2012, RJ released his CD album entitled RJ Duets marking the Philippine Rock and Roll icon’s 55th year Music career with yet another milestone. Now on 2018 - We are releasing the DVD version.

“An album of collaboration with the LEGENDARY HEROES of PHILIPPINE and AMERICAN POP.” Danee “Steve O’Neal” Samonte (Steve O’Neal Productions) Producer of International Acts in Southeast Asia

  1. Nights Are Forever w/ John Ford Coley 
  2. Dreamin’ w/ John Claude Gummoe of The Cascades
  3. Trip To Manila/Manila w/ Rene Garcia of Hotdog
  4. Lonely Teardrops w/ Nyoy Volante
  5. Hele-Hele w/ Nyoy Volante
  6. Don’t Let Go w/ Sitti
  7. Muli w/ Sitti
  8. Afterglow w/ Jose Mari Chan 
  9. Constantly w/ Jose Mari Chan
  10. Nosi Ba Lasi w/ Aia De Leon of Imago
  11. Georgy Porgy w/ Bobby Kimball of Toto
  12. Rosanna w/ Bobby Kimball of Toto 
  13. Sugat Ng Puso w/ Noel Cabangon
  14. Ligtas w/ Raimund Marasigan of Sandwich
  15. Sabi-Sabi w/ Raimund Marasigan of Sandwich 
  16. Presyo w/ Ely Buendia of Eraserheads
  17. One And Only w/ Richard Poon
Bulldog & Yellow Jacket (LIVE) w/ The Ventures

    All guitars played by RJ using RJ Guitars, Nyoy Volante Acoustic Guitar Solo on Lonely Teardrops, on “Presyo” Ely Buendia played 12 String RJ Acoustic Guitar. 
    Bass Guitars: RJ, Jonathan Catacutan, Owen Cardenas, Rene Garcia on “Trip to Manila / Manila” . 
    Keyboards: Ernie Vinoya, Jonathan Catacutan, and Alexie Corvilla on most selections. Carlo Gaa on “Missing You,” Pierre Grill on “One and Only.” • Drums: Tony Lagumbay, Jonathan Catacutan, Wendell Garcia played drums on “Presyo.”
    John Ray played Saxophone on “Georgy Porgy.”
    Backing Vocals: Jonathan Catacutan, Angie Bonnevie, Weng Eraña, Rene Garcia on “Trip to Manila / Manila” Raimund Marasigan on “Ligtas.” 
    All percussion instruments played by RJ
    Artwork by Ana Sheilla Sevilla
    Recorded and Mastered by Jonathan Catacutan at RJ Recording Studios, Makati Avenue, Makati, Philippines.
    Sitti appears courtesy of Warner Music Philippines
    Jose Mari Chan and Noel Cabangon appears courtesy of Universal Records
    Raimund Marasigan appears courtesy of Polyeast Records
    Aia De Leon appears courtesy of Soupstar Entertainment