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    This article was written on 26 Sep 2018, and is filled under 1920s, 1930s, 1950s, 1960's, Basque, Classical, Documentary, European, History, Jazz, Latin, Spanish, Tango.

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    The Shabby Shuffle – Let’s Tango #1

    The Shabby Shuffle – Tango #1

    First in a series looking at the development and history of the Tango, featuring interview with guru Hernán Ordoñez.

    1. Carlos Gardel – Caminito
    2. Carlos Gardel and Jose Razzano – Heroico Paysandu
    3. Troilo y Grela – La Cachila
    4. Edmundo Rivero – Garufa
    5. Carlos Gardel – Bandoneón arrabalero
    6. Osvaldo Pugliese – La Yumba
    7. Astor Piazzolla – Divertimento 9
    8. Astor Piazzolla – Primavera Porteña
    9. Electrocutango – Felino
    10. Astor Piazzolla – Adios Nonino
    11. Carlos Gardel – Bailarin Compadrito
    12. Orchestra Tipica Victor – La Cumparsita



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