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Various - Story Of The Great Argentine Tango Bands 1927-48 Full Album

Various - Story Of The Great Argentine Tango Bands 1927-48 Full Album Performer: Various
Title: Story Of The Great Argentine Tango Bands 1927-48
Style: Tango
Category: Latin
Date of release: 1999
Country: Europe
Label: Proper Records
Catalog number: ABCD 103
Size MP3: 1576 mb
Size FLAC: 1940 mb
Rating: 4.1

Tracklist

1Orchestre Argentin Bianco - BachichaCrepusculo
Written-By – Bianco
3:03
2Orlando Et Son Orchestre Du BagdadVous Qu' Avez Vous Fait De Mon Amour
Written-By – H. Varna, M. Cab, Darezi-Tibor
2:56
3Rafael Canaro Et Son Orchestre De TangoYo No Se Porque Te Quiero
Written-By – F. Canaro, Y. Pelay
3:02
4Astor PiazzollaTierra Querida
Written-By – DeCaro
3:15
5Astor PiazzollaTodo Corazon
Written-By – DeCaro
2:42
6Orchestra Tano GenaroViva El Principe
Written By – M. Guttierez Ponce
2:38
7Bernardo AlemanyElegant Papirusa
Written-By – T. Roccatagliata
2:39
8Orchestre Argentin Manuel PizarroBatacazo
Written-By – M. Pizarro
3:01
9Carlos GardelLa Muchacha Del Circo
Written-By – G. Matos Rodriguez, M. Romero
2:20
10Bernardo AlemanyMalinconia
Written-By – D. Caslar
2:56
11Orchestre Argentin Bianco - BachichaLa Cumparsita
Written-By – H. Matos Rodriguez
2:36
12Salvador Pizarro Y Su Orquesta Tipica ArgentinaMisa De Once
Written-By – Tagini, Guichandut
2:42
13Orquesta Tipica Argentina Salvador PizarroRetintin
Written-By – E. Arolas
2:45
14Orchestre Argentin BachichaSe Va La Vida
Written-By – Donato, Mario, Zerillo
2:53
15Eduardo Bianco Et Son Fameux Orchestre ArgentinDon Goyo
Written-By – L. Bernstein
2:45
16Carlos GardelEl Carretero
Written-By – A. De Navas
2:58
17Orlando Et Son Orchestre Du BagdadLa Viruta
Written-By – V, Greco
2:44
18Orquesta Tipica Brodman-AlfaroBandoneon Arrabalero
Written-By – Deambroggio
2:42
19Orchestre Argentin BachichaViejo Poncho
Written-By – Bachicha, Ralton
2:38
20Rosita Barrios & Luis MandarinoUn Viejo Amor
Written-By – Alfonso Esparza Oteo
2:32

Credits

  • Liner NotesAlexander Gelfand

Notes

Total playing time: 55:47

Recording years: 1-3: 1927; 4-6: 1928; 7: 1929; 8-9: 1930; 10: 1932; 11-13: 1933; 14: 1936; 15: 1937; 16-17: 1938; 18: 1941; 19-20: 1948.

Packaged in a tri-fold Digipak.

Barcodes

  • Rights Society: BIEM/MCPS
  • Barcode: 5 026643 221034

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Recording Arts SA
  • Copyright (c) – Recording Arts SA
  • Record Company – Recording Arts SA

Album

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