Monday, May 11, 2015

Tanda of the Week 20/2015 - Anibal Troilo, Alberto Marino, José Maria Contursi and DJ Vincenzo Marino

Contursi with Gricel


1. Aníbal Troilo / Alberto Marino - "Mi tango triste" 1946
2. Aníbal Troilo / Alberto Marino - "Cristal" 1944
3. Aníbal Troilo / Alberto Marino - "Garras" 1945
4. Aníbal Troilo / Alberto Marino - "Sombras nada más" 1944


https://open.spotify.com/user/anttiveikko/playlist/6hx70DbdnFrCaE4e5dhKQKhttp://www.deezer.com/playlist/1233290421This weeks tanda from a guest DJ Vincenzo Marino in honor of the anniversary of the death of the tango poet and lyricist José Maria Contursi (31 October 1911 - 11 May 1972). Contursi was the author of lyrics of some of the most popular tango songs of his time. Songs like "Bajo un cielo de estrellas", "En esta tarde gris", "Verdemar" and of course "Gricel" all came from Contursis pen and in this tanda Alberto Marino sings his songs with the orchestra of Anibal Troilo.

DJ Vincenzo Marino (Italy) is the musicalizador of some of the best milongas of Triveneto and collaborates with the association "Tango e Vita" and has also played in festivals both in Italy and internationally.

Thank you Vincenzo!

I'm suprised that it is still impossible to find a good version of "Sombras nada mas" on Spotify or Deezer. Notice the skip in the beginning of the song. Also a lot of the versions out there are way too fast or low sound quality. At least TangoTunes.com has the correct version of the song without the skip and you can purchase it right here!

Enjoy and have a great week!


Troilo, Anibal - TOTW - Todo Tangotango.info - TangoTunes - iTunes Store
Marino, Alberto - TOTW - Todo Tango - tango.info - iTunes Store 

2 kommenttia:

  1. I would love some kind of rating feature for these tandas, ideally with a name and location of the rater. In the absence of them publishing their sets or even providing sample setlists, by viewing what someone's rated you could then tell at a stroke which DJs are more likely to play the kind of thing they rate which would be useful for all sorts of reasons, not least, travel plans.

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  2. I'd like that too. I've seen nothing like it on the web so far.

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