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The Best of Tiempo Nuevo – Feb 16, 1992

with Alberto Paz

Tiempo Nuevo was the first and only ever radio broadcast totally devoted to the Argentine tango produced by Alberto Paz in the San Francisco Bay Area from 1990 – 1992 at radio station KIQI-1010.

These are collector’s editions of the best of Tiempo Nuevo.

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The Best of Tiempo Nuevo – Mar 4, 1992

with Alberto Paz

Tiempo Nuevo was the first and only ever radio broadcast totally devoted to the Argentine tango produced by Alberto Paz in the San Francisco Bay Area from 1990 – 1992 at radio station KIQI-1010.

These are collector’s editions of the best of Tiempo Nuevo.

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The Best of Tiempo Nuevo – Mar 18, 1992

with Alberto Paz

Tiempo Nuevo was the first and only ever radio broadcast totally devoted to the Argentine tango produced by Alberto Paz in the San Francisco Bay Area from 1990 – 1992 at radio station KIQI-1010.

These are collector’s editions of the best of Tiempo Nuevo.

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The Best of Tiempo Nuevo – Mar 25, 1992

with Alberto Paz

Tiempo Nuevo was the first and only ever radio broadcast totally devoted to the Argentine tango produced by Alberto Paz in the San Francisco Bay Area from 1990 – 1992 at radio station KIQI-1010.

These are collector’s editions of the best of Tiempo Nuevo.

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The Best of Tiempo Nuevo – May 6, 1992

with Alberto Paz, Acho Manzi and Susan Videla

Tiempo Nuevo was the first and only ever radio broadcast totally devoted to the Argentine tango produced by Alberto Paz in the San Francisco Bay Area from 1990 – 1992 at radio station KIQI-1010.

These are collector’s editions of the best of Tiempo Nuevo.

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The Best of Tiempo Nuevo – May 27, 1992

with Alberto Paz

Tiempo Nuevo was the first and only ever radio broadcast totally devoted to the Argentine tango produced by Alberto Paz in the San Francisco Bay Area from 1990 – 1992 at radio station KIQI-1010.
In this broadcast we pay homage to Atahualpa Yupanki, who passed away May 23, 1992
These are collector’s editions of the best of Tiempo Nuevo.

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The Best of Tiempo Nuevo – Jun 3, 1992

with Alberto Paz

Tiempo Nuevo was the first and only ever radio broadcast totally devoted to the Argentine tango produced by Alberto Paz in the San Francisco Bay Area from 1990 – 1992 at radio station KIQI-1010.

These are collector’s editions of the best of Tiempo Nuevo.

HE WHO WROTE POETRY FOR THE PEOPLE

PLAYLIST – All lyrics written by Homero Manzi

1. A HOMERO, Anibal Troilo with Roberto Goyeneche
2. MANO BLANCA, Alberto Castillo
3. BARRIO DE TANGO, Anibal Troilo with Roberto Goyeneche
4. TAL VEZ SERA TU VOZ, Anibal Troilo with Alberto Marino
5. FUIMOS, Anibal Troilo with Alberto Marino
6. DESPUES, Anibal Troilo with Alberto Marino
7. MILONGA TRISTE, Julio Sosa
8. ROPA BLANCA, Anibal Troilo with Alberto Marino
9. NINGUNA, Anibal Troilo with Roberto Rufino
10. FRUTA AMARGA, Anibal Troilo with Alberto Marino
11. SUR, Anibal Troilo with Edmundo Rivero
12. EL ULTIMO ORGANITO, Anibal Troilo with Edmundo Rivero

SYNOPSIS

In the beginning the tango was music, happy music that people danced to. The environmental surroundings of the outskirts of the city began adding refrains that later became words. Words that mixed the language of the thieves and crooks, the lunfardo, with the romantic experiences of the pimps and their prostitutes.

Homero Manzi deserves the honor of being the first to convert the words of the tangos in poetry. Poetry describing nostalgic neighborhood postcards, like the low rise houses with ivy clinging to the bare walls and people seeing through he eyes of a child from the windows of the mythical religious boarding school in the neighborhood of Pompeya. In other words, his infancy’s lost paradise in a remote city where the days were definitely better. A watercolor of nights and suburban moons.

Manzi invented simple metaphors , strictly visual, using a common artifice of the epoch, the enumeration or description of elements as an integral part of painting a scenery.

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PLAYLIST

1. PA’ UD AMIGO, Horacio Laguna
2. MI VIEJO, Piero
3. PAPA QUERIDO VIEJO, Trio San Javier
4. ABUELO, DULCE ABUELO, Trio San Javier
5. PRIMERA CARTA PARA MI SANGRE, Tito Segura
6. EL PADRE, Alberto Paz
7. ADIOS NONINO, Astor Piazzolla

SYNOPSIS

My dad and I in TucumanIn the beginning God mixed water and dirt to create life.  Since then, fathers and sons have continued the eternal ritual of growing up and multiplying.

It is true that the seed needs the fertile ground to sprout, but the tree that results from that union, only grows and becomes strong because it knows that it is its destiny to give shade to the land where it germinated.

The paternal figure is alarmingly absent from the ethos of the tango, perhaps because of the circumstances of the period when it began its genesis without a father.

Not so in other musical expressions from diverse regions around the country.

Astor Piazzolla, raised in New York, brought the figure of the father to the tango in a very poignant way when he wrote his masterpiece Adios Nonino, in memory of his father who passed away in Argentina while Astor was working in North America.

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GARDEL’S BIRTHDAY – A CELEBRATION

PLAYLIST

1. MILONGA PARA GARDEL, Osvaldo Pugliese with Abel Cordoba
2. MI NOCHE TRISTE, Carlos Gardel
3. BARRIO REO, Carlos Gardel
4. MI BUENOS AIRES QUERIDO, Edmundo Rivero
5. MANO A MANO, Ricardo “Chiqui” Pereyra
6. SUS OJOS SE CERRARON, Libertad Lamarque
7. TOMO Y OBLIGO, Carlos Gardel
8. SOLEDAD, Julio Sosa
9. SILENCIO, Osvaldo Pugliese with Jorge Maciel
10. MELODIA DE ARRABAL, Osvaldo Pugliese with Abel Cordoba
11. SIGA EL CORSO, Carlos Gardel
12. A MEDIA LUNA, Carlos Gardel
13. EL DIA QUE ME QUIERAS, Carlos Gardel
14. VOLVER, Hector Falcon
15. POEM CARLOS GARDEL, Alberto Paz
16. CAMINITO, Carlos Gardel

SYNOPSIS

December 11 is National Tango Day in Buenos Aires in commemoration of the birthdays of Julio de Caro and Carlos Gardel. This special edition of EL CANTO CUENTA SU HISTORIA is dedicated to celebrate another anniversary of the birthday of Carlos Gardel.

Carlos Gardel representing the lyrics of tango was born December 11, 1890 and Julio De Caro representing the music of tango was born December 11,1899.

The story behind the date tells that one night of 1965 composer Ben Molar, standing on the corner of Corrientes and Esmeralda, on his way to celebrate Julio De Caro’s birthday came out with the great idea of an national day for tango.

Eleven years later, after fighting bureaucracy and getting no official response, Molar issued the threat of a great radial, television and media campaign announcing the organization of a monster festival in support of the “Day of the Tango”. The Luna Park was reserved for the 11 of December. The pressure worked. On November 29, 1977 Ben Molar received the news that the Decree Nº 5830/77 of the Municipality of the City of Buenos Aires had been signed. On December 19, 1977 by Decree Nº 3781/77 the Federal government established December 11 the “National Day of the Tango.”

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