Mohammad Ibrahim

2017-05-19 - Mohammad Ibrahim with Ann Smith at TISP 2016

This Sunday features some racing tango together with a look at Alfredo Gobbi the younger, and an interview with Sydney DJ Mohammad Ibrahim starts.

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

PLAYLIST:

  • El Andariego, meaning ‘The Walker’, a tango recorded by Alfredo J Gobbi, on 27 June 1951, with music composed by Alfredo J Gobbi.
  • A Mis Manos, meaning ‘To My Hands’, a milonga recorded by Alfredo J G, on 28 March 1955, with music composed by Alfredo J Gobbi in 1955, with lyrics by Julio Camilloni, and sung by Alfredo del Rio.
  • A Orlando Goñi, a reference to the tango pianist Orlando Goñi, a tango recorded by Alfredo J Gobbi, on 24 March 1949, with music composed by Alfredo J Gobbi.
  • Racing Club, a tango recorded by Alfredo J Gobbi, on 13 August 1949, with music composed by Vicente Greco, first recorded in 1916, with lyrics by Ernesto Temes.
  • Lunático, a reference to Gardel’s racehorse, a neotango recorded by Gotan Project in 2006, with music composed by Phillipe  Cohen Solal, Eduardo Makaroff, and Christoph H Müller.
  • Por Una Cabeza, meaning ‘By A Head’, a tango cancion recorded by Terig Tucci, on 19 March 1935, with music composed by Carlos Gardel in 1935, with lyrics by Alfredo Le Pera, and sung by Carlos Gardel.
  • Leguisamo Solo, a reference to the South American jockey Irineo Leguisamo, a tango recorded by Los Solista de Juan D’Arienzo, music and lyrics by Modesto Hugo Papávero  in 1925.
  • Negro Lindo, meaning ‘Black Beauty’, a tango recorded by Francisco Lomuto, on 18 October 1940, with music composed by Francisco Lomuto in 1940, and sung by Fernando Díaz.
  • El Engobbiao, a reference to Alfredo J Gobbi, a tango recorded by Alfredo J Gobbi, on 18 June 1957, with music composed by Eduardo Roviro.

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