Pat Petronio, DJ

pat-petronio-with-ann-smith-at-tisp-30-september-2016This week Tango Capital explores a what-if scenario, looking at the life and music of Charlo.Then an ongoing series of interviews with DJs kicks off, with Adelaide DJ Pat Petronio.

That’s Tango Capital, 7:00pm this Sunday 30 October:

 

PLAYLIST:

  • Llamale H, meaning ‘Call Him H’, a tango recorded by Orquesta Típia Victor, on 15 March 1932, with music by Hermes Romulo Peressini, and sung by Charlo.
  • Campanitas Del Suburbio, meaning ‘Little Bells of the Suburb’, a tango recorded by Adolfo Carabelli, on 25 July 1933, with music by Jaime y Pedro Lloret, and sung by Charlo.
  • Romance, meaning ‘Romance’, a tango recorded by Adolfo Carabelli, in 1932, 1933, or 1937, and sung by Charlo.
  • Tu Pálida Voz, meaning ‘Your Faint Voice’, a vals recorded by Charlo, on 15 June 1955, with music by Charlo, composed in 1942, with lyrics by Homero Manzi, and sung by Charlo.
  • Oro Y Plata, meaning ‘Gold And Silver’, a milonga recorded by Charlo, on 18 December 1951, with music by Charlo, composed in 1943, with lyrics by Homero Manzi, and sung by Charlo.
  • Jamás Retornaras, meaning ‘Never Return’, a tango recorded by Miguel Caló, on 9 October 1942, with music by Osmar Maderna, with lyrics by Miguel Caló, and sung by Raúl Berón.
  • Tristezas de la Calle Corrientes, meaning ‘Sadnesses of Corrientes Street’, a tango recorded by Miguel Caló, on 2 September 1942, with music by Domingo Federico, composed in 1942, with lyrics by Homero Expósito, and sung by Raúl Berón.
  • Que Te Importa Que Te Llore, meaning ‘Do You Care That I Cry’, a tango recorded by Miguel Caló, on 30 June 1942, with music by Miguel Caló, with lyrics by Osmar Maderna, and sung by Raúl Berón.
  • Dos Fracasos, meaning ‘Two Failures’, a tango recorded by Miguel Caló, on 31 July 1941, with music by Miguel Caló, with lyrics by Homero Expósito, and sung by Alberto Podestá.

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