Sunday, October 25, 2015

The Big 5 Orchestras: a DJ Survey

A few months back I decided to apply statistical analysis to the perennial battle of opinions about "the most important tango orchestras", using data from Ron Weigel's survey of BsAs milonga scene, and from Tango Tecnia survey. After sifting through the forest of numbers, we ended up almost exactly where we started - knowing that D'Arienzo and Di Sarli are indeed the two top tango orchestras, but one can't tell with statistical confidence who deserves the 3rd, 4th, and 5th places. (We also discovered that a mixed tanda ranks near the top of milonga and vals charts, and that Canaro's is a top-ranking milonga orchestra).

"Super" Sabino Cirulli, Venice
In this post I add an additional data trove - DJ SuperSabino's 3 years' worth of interviews with 80 great tango DJ's. There is a lot more in these informal interviews than the dry numbers - there are DJs coming-of-age stories, statements of artistic position, attitudes towards dancers, organizers, other DJs, and insufferable music, professional secrets shared or hidden, even a question about groupies and sex which makes almost everyone blush.

But for the sake of statistical analysis, I'll concentrate on the numbers (and then add a few music discoveries from these interviews in the very end).

Among the SuperSabino's respondents, over 1/3rd were his compatriots, and most of the rest were elsewhere in Europe; even some Argentines were more like European expats, such as Felix Picherna. But when asked about the regional differences in tango music preferences, most were quick to point out that these "geographic" differences fade in comparison with differences between tango subcultures, and even with the waves of music fashions and evolutionary changes in the musical tastes of the tangueros over the years. Some even said that it is the cortinas which should reflect the national specifics, not the tandas!
"Nordic" was Denmark (3), Sweden (2), and Finland (1). "Eastern Europe" was
Hungary (3) and Croatia, Greece, Russia, Serbia, and Ukraine (1 ea.)
The DJs were asked which 3 orchestras must always be played at the milongas. kind of gauging their perceptions of what is "proper". Of course Di Sarli and D'Arienzo stood out in a statistically significant fashion. And these two were the only orchestras about which the majority of the 80 DJs agreed. But Canaro and Troilo (each supported by 40% of the DJs) also lead the rest of pack in a statistically significant way. So one may say that there were "Big 4" orchestras perceived to be indispensable - D'Arienzo, Di Sarli, Canaro, and Troilo. The 5th couldn't be defined though, as Pugliese, Biagi, and Fresedo were in statistical dead heat. And then the next question - what did the DJs actually like themselves - muddied the waters...

Di Sarli and D'Arienzo still lead the pack, but now with fewer than half of the DJ supporting them, and within the margin of error of Pugliese and Troilo. But while Pugliese definitely belonged to the top tier, Troilo wasn't significantly ahead of Canaro or Biagi.

Lastly the DJs were asked to describe their "calling card" tandas, something which could distinguish themselves or give them some bragging rights. The lists were thick with hard-to-get and unusual records, but they also strongly represented the best, richest orchestras. D'Arienzo and Di Sarli led the choices of the instrumentals and were significantly ahead of the rest of the orchestras.
The "built-to-impress" vocal tandas were distributed much more evenly. D'Arienzo, Di Sarli, and Troilo were formally tied but not statistically significantly ahead of the next 8 runners-up, not even of Demare or Enrique Rodriguez. It looks like a good singer was a great factor for making the playing field even - those orchestra leaders must have known what they were doing when they were offering top peso to the vocalists!
The two oldest high-ranking instrumental-tanda orchestras which built their fame even before vocals started to rule tango-for-dancing - Canaro and Lomuto - virtually disappeared in the vocal-tanda chart (left with a tanda each), while Calo, Laurenz, and Rodriguez surged ahead.
Interestingly, 6 out of 9 vocal Troilos where with Fiorentino (vs. 2 Marino's); of 9 vocal D'Arienzos, 3 were with Echague and 3 with Maure; and 4 out of 7 Fresedos, with Roberto Ray.

In a perfect parallel to the trends shown by Weigel's BsAs survey, the "showcase" vals and milonga tandas also tended to be mixed (21% of valses vs. 29% in Weigel's chart, and 31% of milongas vs. 22% in Weigel's chart), with Canaro ranking very strong in milongas, and D'Arenzo and Biagi, in valses.

and finally, a few surprising unusuals from the DJ's responses.

Juio Sosa, 1948

Bonavena ca, 1930

Como pichón enamorado (Manuel Buzon) - 1942

Milonga nueva (Jose Tinelli, 1938)

Sunday, October 18, 2015

Milonga Sin Nombre playlist, October 2015

We were prepared for this, 24th Milonga Sin Nombre to be the last one, after the landlord communicated that they don't want to continue. But just hours before the event we heard that we are granted two more months - and possibly more after they reevaluate the experience after New Years. Lots of people said they wanted to come to bid farewell to the tradition of two years, so I had to supersize the empanadas works - and it also means that I had to select the music on the fly...
Almost midnight, and the Old North Church's floor is full...
001. Carlos di Sarli - Instrumental  "El pollito" 1951 3:22
002. Carlos di Sarli - Instrumental  "Don Juan" 1955 2:48
003. Carlos di Sarli - Instrumental  "Viviani" 1956 3:01
I may have had far too little time to work on the tandas, but "at least" I cut all new cortinas for the night.
004. The Beatles "All you Need is Love cortina" 0:19
005. Quinteto Don Pancho - Instrumental "Alma en pena" 1938 2:46
006. Quinteto Don Pancho - Instrumental "El garron" 1938 2:27
007. Quinteto Don Pancho - Instrumental "Loca" 1938 2:57
Perhaps the most classic of the Odessa underworld songs, this klezmer-and-tango-influenced classic is known at least since 1920, in myriad remixes, but the original authors of "Murka" remain unknown.
008. Russian folk  "Murka"  0:20
My decision to play a trio of fav valses so early in the night (when the odds of an empty floor are so high) is totally vindicated - the floor comes alive!
009. Orquesta Tipica Victor - Lita Morales "Noches de invierno" 1937 2:47
010. Orquesta Típica Víctor - Ángel Vargas "Sin Rumbo Fijo (vals)" 1938 2:18
011. Orquesta Tipica Victor - Mario Pomar  "Temo" 1940 2:55
"Shumel Kamysh" ("Rustling reeds") is a classic Russian drinking song of old, another one with a totally murky history - some people repeat the Internet claims that it was originally written in by Fabre d'Églantine, a French songwriter and politician guillotined in 1794, but nobody has offered any proof...
012. Folk "Shumel Kamysh"  0:23
013. Ángel D'Agostino - Ángel Vargas "Mano Blanca" 1944 2:43
014. Ángel D'Agostino - Ángel Vargas "Ahora No Me Conocés" 1941 2:35
015. Ángel D'Agostino - Ángel Vargas "Ninguna" 1942 2:59
016. Beatles The Beatles "All you Need is Love cortina" 0:19
017. Rodolfo Biagi - Andrés Falgás "A Mí No Me Interesa" 1941 2:43
018. Rodolfo Biagi - Andrés Falgás "Cielo!" 1939 2:31
019. Rodolfo Biagi - Instrumental "La Maleva" 1939 2:35
Alfredo Rubin, a Buenos Aires tango musician, organized Cuarteto Almagro in 1997 to bridge tango nostalgia with the allusions to the music of the day. In Cosmotango, he finds inspiration in the 2001 Space Odyssey to create a very Halloween kind of a sound:
020. Cuarteto Almagro Almagro Cuarteto "Cosmotango (cortina 2)" 2003 0:18
We just celebrated Laurenz's birthday by playing a lot of his tandas - but not a milonga tanda yet. Continuing the tribute to the amazing bandoneonist, orchetra lader, and composer:
021. Pedro Láurenz - Alberto Podestá  "Yo soy de San Telmo" 1943 2:31
022. Pedro Láurenz - Alberto Podestá  "Maldonado" 1943 2:04
023. Pedro Láurenz - Hector Ferrel  "Milonga De Mis Amores" 1937 3:02
024. Folk  "Shumel Kamysh "  0:23
And of course October is also Calo's birthday month...
025. Miguel Caló - Raúl Berón "Jamas Retornaras" 1942 2:31
026. Miguel Caló - Raúl Berón "Lejos de Buenos Aires" 1942 2:54
027. Miguel Caló - Raúl Berón "Que te importa que te llore" 1942 2:44
028. Beatles The Beatles "All you Need is Love cortina" 0:19
probably the most experimental tanda of the night. "Una vez" is so powerful and romantic a tango, and OTV made so few recordings under Mario Maurano that it's just hard to make a tanda which serves this song well. I tried matching it with the same-year compositions and arrangements of perhaps the most notable tango romanticist, Raúl Kaplún, who then played violin for Lucio Demare. BTW Ortega Del Cerro (who got his artistic name because he hailed from the highlands of Mendoza) was just 16 years old, and sang "Una vez" on his first day of work with Victor!
029. Lucio Demare - Raúl Berón "Una emocion" 1943 2:42
030. Lucio Demare - Raúl Berón "Que Solo Estoy" 1943 3:03
031. Orquesta Típica Víctor (dir. Mario Maurano) - Ortega Del Cerro "Una Vez" 1943 3:22
032. Russian folk  "Murka"  0:20
033. Aníbal Troilo - Floreal Ruiz, Edmundo Rivero  "Lagrimitas de mi corazón" 1948 2:59
034. Aníbal Troilo - Floreal Ruiz, Alberto Marino  "Palomita blanca" 1944 3:21
035. Aníbal Troilo - Floreal Ruiz  "Llorarás llorarás" 1945 2:54
036. Folk  "Shumel Kamysh "  0:23

037. Carlos di Sarli - Alberto Podestá  "Tu el cielo y tu" 1944 2:59
038. Carlos di Sarli - Alberto Podestá  "Nada" 1944 2:45
039. Carlos di Sarli - Alberto Podestá  "La capilla blanca" 1944 2:55
040. Beatles The Beatles "All you Need is Love cortina"  0:19
041. Enrique Rodriguez - Armando Moreno "Llorar por una mujer" 1941 2:47
042. Enrique Rodriguez - Armando Moreno "Tango argentino" 1942 2:37
043. Enrique Rodriguez - Armando Moreno "Como has cambiado pebeta" 1942 2:37
044. Cuarteto Almagro Almagro Cuarteto "Cosmotango (cortina 2)" 2003 0:18
045. Carlos Di Sarli - Roberto Rufino "La Mulateada" 1941 2:22
046. Carlos Di Sarli - Roberto Rufino "Zorzal" 1941 2:40
047. Carlos Di Sarli - Roberto Rufino "Pena Mulata" 1941 2:27
048. Folk  "Shumel Kamysh "  0:23
049. Lucio Demare - Horacio Quintana "Solamente ella" 1944 3:15
050. Lucio Demare - Horacio Quintana "Torrente" 1944 3:10
051. Lucio Demare - Horacio Quintana "Igual que un bandoneon" 1945 3:02
052. Beatles The Beatles "All you Need is Love cortina"  0:19
Rhythmic early instrumentals of Di Sarli setting the stage for the energetic vals tanda after the lyrical sadness of Demare:
053. Carlos di Sarli - Instrumental "La trilla" 1940 2:21
054. Carlos di Sarli - Instrumental "Nobleza de arrabal" 1940 2:07
055. Carlos di Sarli - Instrumental "Catamarca" 1940 2:23
056. Russian folk  "Murka"  0:20
057. Rodolfo Biagi - Instrumental "Lágrimas y Sonrisas (Vals)" 1941 2:40
058. Rodolfo Biagi - Jorge Ortíz "Por Un Beso De Amor (vals)" 1940 2:44
059. Rodolfo Biagi - Alberto Lago "Amor y vals" 1942 2:48
060. Folk  "Shumel Kamysh "  0:23
I played so many rhytmic Tanturi records with Castillo's voice recently, time to return to Campos and to the dramatic sound:
061. Ricardo Tanturi - Enrique Campos "Que nunca me falte" 1943 2:42
062. Ricardo Tanturi - Enrique Campos "La Abandone Y No Sabia" 1944 2:47
063. Ricardo Tanturi - Enrique Campos "Oigo tu voz" 1943 3:07
064. Beatles The Beatles "All you Need is Love cortina"  0:19
065. Edgardo Donato - Horacio Lagos "Me voy a Baraja" 1936 2:30
066. Edgardo Donato - Horacio Lagos y Romeo Gavioli "Amando en silencio" 1941 2:52
067. Edgardo Donato - Horacio Lagos "Lagrimas" 1939 2:50
068. Cuarteto Almagro Almagro Cuarteto "Cosmotango (cortina 2)" 2003 0:18
Continuing tribute to Calo: a great milonga candombe which I couldn't play earlier this month
069. Miguel Caló - Raúl Berón  "Azabache" 1942-09-29 3:05
070. Alberto Castillo  "El Gatito en el Tejado" 2002 2:37
071. Romeo Gavioli y su orquesta típica  "Tamboriles" 1956 2:56
072. Folk  "Shumel Kamysh "  0:23
A lone alt tanda for the night
073. Fool's Garden  "Lemon tree" 1995 3:09
074. Israel Kamakawiwo'ole  "Over The Rainbow" 2001 3:32
075. Souad Massi  "Ghir Enta" 2008 5:06
076. Beatles The Beatles "All you Need is Love cortina" 0:19
077. Edgardo Donato - Horacio Lagos, Romeo Gavioli, Lita Morales "Sinfonía De Arrabal" 1940 3:07
078. Edgardo Donato - Horacio Lagos "El Adios" 1938 3:09
079. Edgardo Donato - Lita Morales, Romeo Gavioli "Mi Serenata" 1940 3:02
080. Russian folk  "Murka"  0:20
All three beautiful complex valses - as I danced it, I thought the 2nd one may have been a bit too complex / too long? But after quizzing dancers I understood that many people really enjoyed it.
081. Enrique Rodriguez - Roberto Flores  "Las Espigadoras (vals)"  2:47
082. Enrique Rodriguez - Instrumental  "Siempre fiel (vals)" 1938 3:38
083. Enrique Rodriguez - Roberto Flores  "Los Piconeros (vals)"  2:47
084. Folk  "Shumel Kamysh "  0:23
085. Osvaldo Fresedo - Roberto Ray "En la huella del dolor" 1934 2:48
086. Osvaldo Fresedo - Roberto Ray "Yo no se llorar" 1933 2:36
087. Osvaldo Fresedo - Roberto Ray "Nieblas del riachuelo" 1937 2:25
088. Beatles The Beatles "All you Need is Love cortina"  0:19
And the third "birthday musician" of October:
089. Donato Racciatti - Olga Delgrossi "Sus Ojos Se Cerraron" 1956 2:47
090. Donato Racciatti - Olga Delgrossi "Hasta siempre amor" 1958 2:57
091. Donato Racciatti - Olga Delgrossi "Queriéndote" 1955 2:49
092. Beatles The Beatles "All you Need is Love cortina"  0:19
The night moves towards a crescendo and instead of a possible milonga tanda, we get beat-and-suspense-packed 1970s D'Arienzos:
093. Juan D'Arienzo - Instrumental "Bar Exposición" 1973 2:33
094. Juan D'Arienzo - Instrumental "Zorro gris" 1973 2:03
095. Juan D'Arienzo - Instrumental "Este Es El Rey" 1971 3:10
096. Beatles The Beatles "All you Need is Love cortina" 0:19
097. Alfredo de Angelis - Instrumental "Mi Dolor" 1957 2:51
098. Alfredo de Angelis - Instrumental  "Felicia" 1969 2:47
099. Alfredo de Angelis - Instrumental "Pavadita" 1958 2:55
100. Alla Pugacheva "Million Scarlet Roses" 1982 0:19
a bonus tanda by the popular request - we are no going past the official midnight closing time
101. Francisco Canaro - Roberto Maida "Condena (S.O.S.)" 1937 2:39
102. Francisco Canaro - Roberto Maida "Ciego" 1935 2:57
103. Francisco Canaro - Roberto Maida "Invierno" 1937 3:26
104. Alla Pugacheva "Million Scarlet Roses" 1982 0:19
105. Osváldo Pugliese - Roberto Chanel "Rondando Tu Esquina" 1945 2:48
106. Osváldo Pugliese - Roberto Chanel "Farol" 1943 3:22
107. Osvaldo Pugliese - Jorge Maciel "Remembranza" 1956 3:41
108. Juan D'Arienzo - Instrumental  "La cumparsita" 1951 3:49
109. Goran Bregovic  "Maki Maki" 2009 3:33
(109 total)

Saturday, October 3, 2015

Milonga Nuestra Playlist, October 2015

Pedro Laurenz (1902-1972)
Wikipedia photo
I tried featuring three great orchestra leaders who were born in the month of October - Pedro Laurenz (Oct 10, 1902), Miguel Calo (Oct 28, 1907), and Donato Racciatti (Oct 18, 1918). Last year we already had a flyer celebrating Calo and Racciatti. The music of Pedro Laurenz may be even more important to my playlist-building than even Calo's, because it covers so much stylistic ground and so many epochs of tango history. Laurenz learned to play bandoneon in Uruguay as a teenager, and his first stint playing tango was in Montevideo together with another future superstar, violinist Edgardo Donato. Several years after returning to Buenos Aires, Pedro Laurenz was hired to Julio de Caro's revolutionary new orchestra, together with an unsurpassed genius of bandoneon, Pedro Maffia. These guys contributed an unbelievable lot to the complexity, beauty, and spirit of the tango music. The two Pedros also recorded a number of duet pieces - in fact the very first Argentinian disk of the Victor label featured Pedro Maffia and Pedro Laurenz. Laurenz established himself as a great composer and arranger, often in close collaboration with Maffia and De Caro. In 1937 Laurenz convened his own orchestra, which recorded on and off until 1953. As the things got tough for tango orchestras, Pedro Laurenz remained faithful to the tango, collaborating with Salgan in the original Quinteto Real with its 3 tours of Japan and then briefly assembling his own quintet to remix an album of his compositions in 1966, entitled "Pedro Laurenz interprets Pedro Laurenz".

01. Osvaldo Fresedo - Instrumental  "Pimienta" 1939 2:52
02. Osvaldo Fresedo - Instrumental  "Derecho viejo" 1941 2:31
03. Osvaldo Fresedo - Instrumental  "Arrabalero" 1939 2:32
04. "Nature doesn't have bad weather"  0:24
05. Juan D'Arienzo "Don Juan" 1936 2:28
06. Juan D'Arienzo "Ataniche" 1936 2:32
07. Juan D'Arienzo "El Flete" 1936 2:56
08. Carrapicho  "Tic Tic Tac cortina 2" 2007 0:18
Calo's vals super-hits
09. Miguel Calo - Raul Beron "El Vals Sonador" 1942 3:29
10. Miguel Calo - Alberto Podesta  "Bajo un cielo de estrellas (vals)" 1941 2:37
11. Miguel Calo - Alberto Podesta  "Pedacito de cielo (vals)" 1942 2:21
12. "Palolo - Charlie Wilson" 1992 0:27
13. Carlos di Sarli - Roberto Rufino "Cascabelito" 1941 2:34
14. Carlos di Sarli - Roberto Rufino "Canta pajarito" 1943 3:16
15. Carlos di Sarli - Roberto Rufino "Tristeza Marina" 1943 3:05
16.  "Nature doesn't have bad weather"  0:24
Earlier-period, dynamic tangos of Laurenz
17. Pedro Laurenz - Martin Podesta  "Al verla pasar" 1942 3:23
18. Pedro Laurenz - Juan Carlos Casas "Vieja amiga" 1938 3:13
19. Pedro Laurenz - Juan Carlos Casas "No me extrana" 1940 2:44
20. The Blues Brothers "Theme From Rawhide 3" 1980 0:20
Last October, I played Calo's super-hit candombe-milonga, "Azabache", in a mixed-orchestra tanda. I still find it counterproductive to mix together (so stylistically dissimilar) milonga pieces of Calo, so here we go with a mixed orchestra tanda again, this time featuring Calo's best classic milonga.
21. Miguel Villasboas "La Milonga Que Hacia Falta" 1961 2:18
22. Julio De Caro - Luis Diaz "Saca Chispas"1938 2:30
23. Miguel Calo - Raul Beron  "Milonga que peina canas" 1942 2:22
24. "Palolo - Charlie Wilson" 1992 0:27
25. Edgardo Donato - Lita Morales y Horacio Lagos "Carnaval De Mi Barrio"  2:23
26. Edgardo Donato - Horacio Lagos  "Lagrimas" 1939 2:50
27. Edgardo Donato - Lita Morales, Horacio Lagos, Romeo Gavioli "Sinfonia De Arrabal"  3:09
28. "Nature doesn't have bad weather"  0:24
Beron or Podesta? Which of the two great voices rings the best in Calo's tangos?
29. Miguel Calo - Raul Beron "Jamás Retornarás" 1942 2:28
30. Miguel Calo - Raul Beron "Corazón, no le hagas caso!" 1942 2:57
31. Miguel Calo - Raul Beron  "Que te importa que te llore" 1942 2:44
32. Carrapicho  "Tic Tic Tac cortina 2" 2007, 2007 0:18
I used to say that "Mendocina" and "Mascarita" are so overplayed that these great Laurenz valses might as well be avoided ... but the winds of fashion must have shifted, and I don't hear them nearly as often now:
33. Pedro Laurenz - Alberto Podesta  "Paisaje" 1943 2:53
34. Pedro Laurenz - Carlos Bermudez y Jorge Linares "Mendocina" 1944 2:33
35. Pedro Laurenz - Juan Carlos Casas "Mascarita" 1940 2:53
36. "Palolo - Charlie Wilson" 1992, 1992 0:27
37. Osvaldo Fresedo - Roberto Ray "Recuerdo de bohemia" 1935 2:36
38. Osvaldo Fresedo - Roberto Ray "Vida mia" 1933 3:23
39. Osvaldo Fresedo - Roberto Ray "Sollosos" 1937 3:27
A rock cortina marks transition to a 3-tanda alternative block
40. Victor Tsoy  "Blood type (cortina)"  0:36
41. Haris Alexiou "To Tango Tis Nefelis" 1998 4:07
42. Jem  "Come On Closer" 2004 3:47
43. 5Nizza "Soldat" 2003 3:13
44. Zhanna Aguzarova "Cats" 1987 0:21
45. Otros Aires  "Milonga Sentimental" 2005 3:57
46. Otros Aires  "Rotos en el Raval" 2005 3:53
47. Otros Aires dos  "Los Vino"  2:41
48. Canaro - Hugo del Carril  "Marcha Peronista cortina"  0:16
49. Carlos Libedinsky "Otra luna" 2002 3:43
50. Shigeru Umebayashi "In The Mood For Love" 2001 2:29
51. Jean-Marc Zelwer  "La Rêve De La Fiancée" 1990 4:59
52. Carmen Piculeata  "Variation Corelli" 2013 0:28
The dramatic highlights of the mature period of Laurenz's orchestra:
53. Pedro Laurenz - Alberto Podesta "Garua" 1943 3:09
54. Pedro Laurenz - Alberto Podesta "Recien" 1943 2:43
55. Pedro Laurenz - Alberto Podesta "Todo" 1943 2:37
56. Carrapicho  "Tic Tic Tac cortina 1" 2007 0:17
Lomuto's rarely played valses have an unforgettable texture, and the Cuban-themed "Damisela encantadora" stands out especially strongly with its streaks of habanera beat. So Hans told me that I must have played this tanda before - and in fact I did in Missoula MT in May
57. Francisco Lomuto - Jorge Omar  "Damisela encantadora (vals)" 1936 2:58
58. Francisco Lomuto - Instrumental  "Noche de ronda (vals)" 1937 2:34
59. Francisco Lomuto - Fernando Díaz, Mercedes Simone  "Lo que vieron mis ojos" 1933 2:22
60. Zhanna Aguzarova "Old Hotel" 1987 0:22
Complex, rich, and danceable, the Quinteto Laurenz instrumentals may have been too much for the predominant skill level of the studio students - but there're so few of them now, and a few experienced leads and follows there too. The DJ's aim is to satisfy most of the audience, statistically speaking, but with so few people, the statistical turns into personal, and I'm getting queasy. Worse, I realize with a heightened clarity that the biggest reason why I organize, blog, and DJ may be selfish - simply to score more good dances for myself. That I might never get a kick just from helping to put together a good event - if I can't dance my fill there. So a deenergized milonga and my achy feet gradually make me feel dejected and tangicidal, and the quandary of choosing the strongest closing tandas just doesn't help. Will there be life after tango?
61. Quinteto Pedro Laurenz - Instrumental  "Orgullo Criollo" 1966 2:48
62. Quinteto Pedro Laurenz - Instrumental  "De puro guapo" 1966 2:48
63. Quinteto Pedro Laurenz - Instrumental  "Mal de amores" 1966 3:16
64. Zhanna Aguzarova "Old Hotel" 1987 0:22
Lone Racciatti tanda of the night
65. Donato Racciatti - Olga Delgrossi "Hasta siempre amor" 1958 2:57
66. Donato Racciatti - Olga Delgrossi "Sus Ojos Se Cerraron" 1956 2:47
67. Donato Racciatti - Olga Delgrossi "Queriéndote" 1955 2:49
68. Zhanna Aguzarova "Old Hotel" 1987 0:22
69. Osváldo Pugliese - Roberto Chanel "Rondando Tu Esquina" 1943 2:48
70. Osváldo Pugliese - Roberto Chanel "Corrientes Y Esmeralda" 1944 2:49
71. Osvaldo Pugliese - Jorge Maciel "Remembranza" 1956 3:41
.... and we travel full 40 years back in time, fro 1966 to 1926, for the Cumparsita, interpreted by the duo of the greatest bandoneonists just as they were launching the musical revolution together with De Caro.
72. Pedro Láurenz - Pedro Maffia  "La cumparsita" 1926 3:01
73. Mecano  "Hijo De La Luna"  4:29
74. Goran Bregovic  "This Is A Film (feat. Iggy Pop)" 2003 4:18
(74 total)