The summer is coming to a close, and I have to figure out whether I'll be dancing in the fall.
I give you ~ 3 hours of contemporary tangos, milongas, and valses, to dance at home or just listen to as you are about to kick-start your weekend.
I love, love D'Arienzo's work from the 1960s. It's bright, energetic, pumps you up. The sound is much cleaner than his Golden age output, thanks to the superior recording technology of the day. And it's not as overbearing as his last period from the 1970s.
This week's tanda features valses sung by Jorge Valdez in the late 1960s.
This week's tanda features slower instrumentals recorded by Florindo Sassone in the early 1970s.
I give you ~ 3 hours of contemporary tangos, milongas, and valses, to dance at home or just listen to as you are about to finish your weekend and head back to work.
This week's tanda gives the spotlight to Alberto Podestá and his collaboration with the orchestra of Alberto di Paulo in the 1980s.
I had a listen to the album Siciliano by La Juan D'Arienzo. Here is what you should know.
This week's tanda features instrumental milongas from the 1960s.
Last week, I challenged myself to put together a good starter tanda. Well, this ain't it. It can break your heart, however. Would you accept that instead?