Talking with La Busca

2016-12-17 - La Busca - Juan & Amy

This week looks at the Melbourne-based orquesta La Busca, with an interview with leaders Amy (bandoneón & keyboards) and Juan (vocals).

 

The voice of Alberto Marino then features.

 

That’s Tango Capital, Sunday evening from 7:00pm to 8:00pm:

PLAYLIST:

  • Milonga de Centenario, meaning ‘Centenniel Milonga’, a milonga recorded by Carlos Di Sarli, on 17 April1940, with music composed by Carlos Di Sarli, with lyrics by Carlos Moreno, and sung by Antonio Rodriquez Lesende.
  • Organito Del La Tarde, meaning ‘Street Organist of the Evening’, a tango recorded by Emilio Balcarce leading Alberto Marino’s orquesta, on 9 April1947, with music composed by Cátullo Castillo in 1923, with lyrics by José González Castillo, and sung by Alberto Marino.
  • El Motivo, meaning ‘The Reason’, a tango recorded by Emilio Balcarce, on 6 November 1948, with music composed by Juan Carlos Cobián in 1920, and with lyrics by Pascual Contursi sung by Alberto Marino.
  • Calle Del Ocaso, meaning ‘Street of the Sunset’, a tango recorded by Emilio Balcarce, on 20 January 1948, with music composed by Armando Laveglia, with lyrics both written and sung by Alberto Marino .
  • Farolito De Papel, meaning ‘Paper Lantern’, a tango recorded by Anibal Troilo, on 2 June1943, with music composed by Teófilo Lespés and Zenon Mario Lespés in 1930, with lyrics by FranciscoGarcia Jiménez, and sung by Alberto Marino.
  • El Entrerriano, a canyengue recorded by La Tubatango in 2006, with music composed by Rosendo Mendisábal, first recorded in 1914, with lyrics by Ernesto Temes.
  • Pimienta, meaning ‘Pepper’, a canyengue recorded by La Tubatango in 2006, with music composed by Osvaldo Fresedo, first recorded in 1939.
  • Noche De Cristal, meaning ‘Crystal Night’, a tango recorded by La Busca,on 19 November 2016, with music composed by Amy Lynch in 2016 and lyrics written and sung by Juan Veron.
  • Pensalo Muchacho, meaning ‘Think, Boy’, a tango recorded by Orquesta Típica Brunswick in 1931, with music composed by Roberto Zerrillo and Orestes Cúfaro, with lyrics by Mario José Bellini, and sung by Antonio Rodriquez Lesende.
  • Los ejes de mi carreta, meaning ‘The Axes of my Cart’, a milonga, recorded by Alberto Marino’s orquesta led by Emilio Balcarce on 10 September 1947, with music composed by Atahualpa Yupanqui, with lyrics by Romildo Risso, and sung by Alberto Marino.

 

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