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Discussion in 'Radio' started by Lincsong, Mar 6, 2011.
Carlos Gardel -- Palermo
Orquesta Francisco Canaro -- Cuando El Corazon (1937)
vocal by Roberto Maida
Carlos Gardel -- Sol Tropical (1935)
Recorded on this day 83 years ago
When we were posted in Buenos Aires back them....we used to live in Palermo a very nice area ....and I heard many years after ....that he the great Julio Sosa was killed around the corner where I lived....in an automovile accident in the early 60s ...just around the corner where my life took place..
it all happened here wow...so long ago...
Argentinians are handsome.
The name is NADA
means in English NOTHING
the name of this amazing song'
the good neighbor policy is here .............. he is is dead ... what was it cancer?but omg what a lovely amazing song....live forever
Spinetta please RIP but live forever your song is amazing ARGENTINA~~~
Venturing deep into far away strange lands.... strange moods and things.... 1960s Bobby Capo.
Some Spanish friends may understand the time and place... who knows.
Llorando Me Dormi
same song from Chile
Antonio Prieto " Llorando Me Dormi"
Osvaldo Fresedo y su Orquesta Tipica -- Arrabalero
Agustin Magaldi -- No Quiero Verte Llorar (1937)
(I Don't Want To See You Cry)
Carlos Gardel -- Buenos Aires
Calle Florida near present-day Avenida Teniente General Juan Domingo Peron
Orquesta Rodolfo Biagi -- Quiero Verte Una Vez Mas
(I Want To See You One More Time)
Not a word ok? not one word
early 1960s latin america
MONNA BELL .- Un Telegrama
So...not one bad word about what I just posted.. early 1960s.... latin america and all that.....ok? thanks
Out of my modest collection of 78s, I've managed to only break two or three, and the only one that also took a little chunk out of my heart was Vincent Lopez's "La Conga/Yumba Son Rumba." I've been unable to track down another source of this despite numerous hollerings down the Google Tube.
"Adiós" 1931 Enric Madriguera y su orquesta vocal Guty Cárdenas
Miguel Calo y su Orquesta Tipica -- Los Despojos (1947)
vocal by Raul Iriarte
Come, get up, don't cry
Or beg or plead with me
I hoped that one of these days
Kneeling at my feet
You would bring your pain
But the years have passed
And my anger has faded
And today I finally see you again
Please don't cry
I have already forgiven you
Only ruins remains today
The wreckage of our love
Why have you come back like this?
In your old age with the shadows of the past?
Look how I am away from you
I also grew old in pain
Today we are shadows of what we were
I don't know if you should have come back
Francini Pontier y su Orquesta Tipica
vocal by Roberto Rufino