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VA - The Rough Guide to Tango Revival (special edition)
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VA - The Rough Guide to Tango Revival
2009 | 256 vbr mp3 | 122 MB
tango, neotango | various states

CD 1:

01. Seleccion Nacional De Tango - La Cumparsita 05:21
02. Orquesta Tipica Fernandez Fierro - La Madrugada 02:35
03. Orquesta Color Tango De Roberto Alvarez - Quejumbroso 03:37
04. Quartett Escualo - Fuga Y Misterio 04:16
05. Oana Catalina Chitu - Zaraza 02:23
06. Orquesta Color Tango De Roberto Alvarez - Piqueteros 04:46
07. Carel Kraayenhof - Libertango 03:46
08. 6 Australes - La Lujanera 3:35
09. Tango Siempre - Triphop & Fugue 07:33
10. Tango Crash - La Yumba 07:13
11. La Camorra - La Maroma 04:37
12. Melingo - Pequeno Paria (Roy Dubb Reradiomix) 03:52
13. Seleccion Nacional De Tango - Adios Nonino 06:44

CD 2 Carlos Gardel - King Of Tango

01. Carlos Gardel - Mi Noche Triste 03:23
02. Carlos Gardel - Sonrisas 02:10
03. Carlos Gardel - Gloria 02:33
04. Carlos Gardel - Caminito 02:39
05. Carlos Gardel - Arrabalero 02:16
06. Carlos Gardel - Vida Amarga 02:30
07. Carlos Gardel - Leguisamo Solo 02:30
08. Carlos Gardel - Siga El Corso 02:42
09. Carlos Gardel - Todavia Hay Otarios 01:59
10. Carlos Gardel - Muneca Brava 02:23
11. Carlos Gardel - La Cumparsita 02:18
12. Carlos Gardel - Volve, Mi Negra 02:35
13. Carlos Gardel - Knock-Out De Amor 02:28
14. Carlos Gardel - La Violeta 02:25
15. Carlos Gardel - Yira! Yira! 02:45


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MB Release Notes: Written in 1917, the opening track La Cumparsita,signified the birth of tango. Here Seleccion Nacional De Tango, who, along with the Orquesta Tipica Fernandez Fierro, can be seen as the soundof the new, gutsy, quasi-nationalist Argentina,give it a thorough reworking. Their second live track, Adios Nonino, closes this selection and,sentimental, impetuous, self-obsessed and passionate, the song like its author, AstorPiazzolla is an emanation of the soul of porteno (aBuenos Aires resident). Known for their streetwise,gutsy and unpolished sound, Orquesta Tipica Fernandez Fierro who you can explore further on thebonus CD communicate the conflicting optimism,languor, romance and rancour of Buenos Aires streets on La Madrugada. Orquesta Color Tango De Roberto Alvarez, a stylishand vastly experienced orchestra, pay homage to tango legend Osvaldo Pugliese on Quejumbroso, whichveers between a wonderful hop-and-skip Milonga beatand moments of melancholy solo strolling. They return on Piqueteros with an ultra-contemporary theme: Argentina's notorious picketers who block roads and motorways. One of Buenos Aires' most consistently thrilling ensembles, La Camorra are one of the best contemporary orchestras. Their virtuosity, vim andsheer class are all on display in the slow-paced,darkly magical track La Maroma.Punk-poet-tanguero-classicist Daniel Melingo creates formative new twenty-first-century tango and Pequeno Paria is a spooky dub song about outcasts and gutter-crawlers, remixed by Gotan Project's Christoph H. Muller. Tango has grown from being a purely Buenos Aires affair into a worldwide phenomenon and this album features bands based all over Europe, whose wide range of approaches is proof of tango's enduring magic and popularity. From the UK, Tango Siempre's rich sound is inflected with jazz-groove and electronica, and Trip-hop & Fugue is a slow study of melancholy, mania and urban disaffection.For Romanians tango is a reminder of precommunist days and Oana Catalina Chitu, in her gorgeous song ‘Zaraza’, takes us back there without any of the fug of whingeing nostalgia.Berlin-based 6 Australes sing of a demonic man-eater who seduces naive young hombres in herbarrio on La Lujanera, a song whose vivacious,foot-tapping beat dispel the myth that tango is a gloomy, monochrome affair.This album also features clean, virtuoso strings-led tango from Hungary's Quartett Escualo,edgy, electronic tango from German-based Argentinean experimentalists Tango Crash and Dutchbandoneon-it's bandleader Carel Kraayenhof's version of Astor Piazzolla's famous composition Libertango. Taken together, these bands are reviving Argentina's one indigenous cultural expression: el tango. Carlos Gardel is perhaps the most prominent figure in the history of tango.The unerring musicality of Gardel’s baritone voice and the dramatic phrasing of his lyrics made miniature masterpieces of his hundreds of three-minute tango recordings. Together with lyricist and long-time collaborator Alfredo LePera, Gardel wrote several classic tangos, most notably: Mi Buenos Aires querido, Cuesta abajo,Amores de estudiante, Soledad, Volver, Por unacabeza and El dia que me quieras.
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