Cumbre de Tango

Photo by Guillermo Thorp

The four of us were on the Sunday morning program. Tito Aquino did a great job compiling the playlist. I had the pleasure of dancing the Di Sarli recordings with Tito, Pichi, and El Chino. Those who watch the program on the internet see us dancing in the studio, which is not an easy task on carpeting.

Fulvio Salamanca:
01 – Gallo ciego (1959) by Agustin Bardi
02 – Chique (1957) by Ricardo Brignolo
Ricardo Tanturi with Juan Carlos Godoy:
03 – Deci que no te quiero (1956) by Tanturi and Reinaldo Yiso
04 – Salimos a bailar (1957) by Leopoldo Diaz Velez y Juan Pomati
Alfredo De Angeles with Julio Martel:
05 – Yo tambien rei (1947) Cubria, Gentile, Rotulo
06 – Altar sin luz (1945) Ivan Diez y Guillermo Vilar
Carlos Di Sarli:
07 – La Racha (1947) Agustin Bardi
08 – Los mismo que antes (1941 Roberto Ruffino) Ortiz y Contursi
09 – Un tango y nada mas (1945 Jorge Duran) Wais, Lacava y Pomati
Lucio Demare with Raul Beron:
10 – La cosa fue en un boliche (1943) Claucio y Roma
11 – Y siempre igual (1943) Gallicci y Curuso
12 – Oigo tu voz (1943) Mario Canaro y Francisco Garcia Gimenez
Juan D’Arienzo:
13 – Canaro (1941) Jose Martinez
14 – Consejos (1942 Alberto Reynal) D’Arienzo y Lopez
15 – La mentirosa (1944) Anselmo Aieta
16 – Orquesta tipica (1941 Alberto Reynal) Enrique Cadicamo y Rosendo Luna
Horacio Salgan:
17 – Ojos negros by Vicente Greco
18 – Las mirlas (1951 Angel Diez) Pedro Martinez
Osvaldo Pugliese:
19 – La abandono y no sabia (1944 Roberto Chanel) Jose Canet
20 – Olivero (1951) Jose Martinez y Antonio Bugione
21 – Cabulero (1962) Leopoldo Federico y Manuel Flores
22 – Cardo y Malvon (1962) by Pugliese
Milongas:
23 – Barrio del tambor (Anibal Troilo 1943 Alberto Marino) Bonavena y Sanguinetti
24 – La guitarrera (De Angeles 1944 Floreal Ruiz) Rafael Dadino
25 – Campo afuera (Biagi 1939) Teofilo Ibanez
Rodolfo Biagi:
26 – Adios te vas (1943 Carlos Acuna) Catulo Castillo y Edigio Pitaluga
Angel D’Agostino with Angel Vargas:
27 – Solo con pasion (1941) Barrio y Catiniera
28 – A quien le puede importar (1945) Mariano Mores y Enrique Cadicamo

Tito told me before the program that I would hear a tango of Di Sarli with Rufino for the first time, and he was correct. I learned that Enrique Cadicamo and Rosendo Luna were the same person. And that Biagi was called “mano bruja.” Listen to Orquesta tipica and pay attention to the lyrics naming the instruments of the orquesta as they play.

You can hear the repeat broadcast on Tuesday, February 5 (10:00pm BA time) at http://www.MundoSurFM.com

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