Genre : Modern Tango
The whole album of favorite valses, the most of them are infrequently recorded great pieces. Dancer’s bonanza!
Low, gritty, expressive voice of Adriana Varela is easy to recognize and hard to forget. She is an icon of tango cancion with many, many great albums to her name. This album consists of the classical tango songs.
I asked several tango musicians who are the most interesting and original modern tango singers. The responses had one name in common – Ariel Ardit. He also appeared on El Arranque’s early recordings.
El Arranque under the direction of Ignacio Varchauski were in the very beginning of tango revival in the 1990s. Ignacio Varchauski (bass) was originally a jazz musician, who took an active interest in his native tango when very few young Argentine musicians were interested in it or knew how to play it. Alfredo Gobbi (violinist, orchestra Read more…
Tangata Rea - Romance de Barrio
My favorite modern rendition of the classic Argentine vals. Find other recordings by Tangata Rea, they recorded other classics of tango for dancing. Tangata Rea – Romance de Barrio
Modern Tango Quintet & Kim Sjogren – Kolme Tangoa: Tango Iamentoso ➜
Modern Tango Quintet & Kim Sjogren - Kolme Tangoa: Tango Iamentoso
Sweedish musicians usually play tango Nuevo, but there are a few original compositions, like Tango Lamentoso, which are great for the adventurous dancers. TRACK: Modern Tango Quintet & Kim Sjogren – Kolme Tangoa: Tango Iamentoso
Juan Carlos Caceres - Toca Tango
The fireworks of a milonga. To be precise, it is a candombe. Check out other albums by Caceres, who immigrated to Paris and made the most of his music there. Juan Carlos Caceres – Toca Tango
From Daniel Melingo’s album Tangos Bajos. Daniel Melingo – Narigon
This absolutely gorgeous slow milonga came from the album Piove En San Telmo, which is a great album in overall. Cuarteto is actually is a quintet from Buenos Aires and they produced quite a few CDs. Unique sound. TRACK: Cuarteto Cedron – Milonga Para Amar
Playful arrangement of the classical vals with an unusual instrument – tenor sax. From Bernardo Monk’s Estacion Buenos Aires. I believe, you can find CD on CDbaby.com. TRACK: Bernardo Monk-Flor de Lino