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The Good Neighbor Policy; Latin music in the 30's and 40's....

Discussion in 'Radio' started by Lincsong, Mar 6, 2011.

  1. Francisco Canaro y su Orchesta Tipica -- Pensarlo Bien (1929)
    (Think It Over Carefully)

     
  2. Orquesta Tipica Victor -- Adios Argentina (1930)

     
  3. Orquesta Pedro Laurenz -- Como Dos Extraños (1940)
    (Like Two Strangers)

     
  4. Stormy

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    Latin music of the 30s-50s is why I am such a big fan of Latin jazz and Latin dance today.
     
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  5. HadleyH1

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    not 40s or 50s...
    but early 60s

     
  6. HadleyH1

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    The early 60s own me. LOL that's all



    In Spanish is good too
    ...LOL
     
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  7. Carlos Gardel -- Marioneta (1928)

     
  8. Carlos Gardel -- Por Tus Ojos Negros (1933)

     
  9. HadleyH1

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    Last night ...I stayed up late in bed....I was watching an Argentinian movie from 1933....when
    it finished I listened again to a favorite song ....from 1944...that I listen to all the time

    I love Argentina very, very much.... I love Buenos Aires with all my heart.



    julio sosa "nada"

     
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  10. HadleyH1

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    we were posted to Argentina...for some years...in the past

    still fresh in my mind....although all is gone....but it's always here ...kind of lol :p
     
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  11. Orquesta Miguel Calo -- San Souci

     
  12. Orquesta Miguel Calo -- Porteñismo

     
  13. Pilar Arcos
    Fun Fact: Pilar Arcos appeared in the episode of I Love Lucy where Ricky's mother was visiting from Cuba. However, she did not play the mother.

     
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  14. HadleyH1

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    JOSE FELICIANO EL RELOJ

     
  15. HadleyH1

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    One last song here for tonight...may I? by Andrea Bocelli
    Porque tu me Acostumbraste






    here is the translation in English


    You got me used to
    All of those things,
    And you taught me
    How wonderful they are.

    Subtly you came to me like a temptation
    Filling with anxiety my heart.

    I didn't understand how love could be
    In your strange world
    And because of you I learned.


    For that reason I wonder


    Realizing you forgot me


    Why you didn't teach me


    How does one live without you.


    Why
    Why you didn't teach me.................


    How does one live without you.
     
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  16. HadleyH1

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    pardon me if I posted this before...but omg....the best....the energy is all there....

    ANIBAL TROILO ALBERTO MARINO FUIMOS
     
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  17. Orquesta Tipica Ricardo Tanturi -- Discos De Gardel (1945)

     
  18. Giuseppe El Zapatero
    (Giuseppe The Shoemaker)

    Carlos Gardel (1930)



    Orquesta Tipica Ricardo Tanturi (1945)

     
  19. Orquesta Tipica Rodolfo Biagi -- Barrio Reo (1943)
    vocal by Carlos Acuña

     
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  20. Carlos Gardel / Francisco Canaro -- Madame Ivonne

     

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