The fifth Sunday of the month features special editions, and this month features music from Tango Capital’s party for its second birthday, with the first half of the DJ sets of Milonga Capital, played in Canberra at the National Museum of Australia on 22 September. That’s this Sunday on Tango Capital, 7:00pm to 8:00pm:
- broadcasting on 2xxfm 98.3 in Canberra
- live streaming and on demand from http://www.2xxfm.org.au
Image Credit: Geoffrey Dunn’s view of the pista de baile at Milonga Capital.
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Tanda 1: Enrique Rodríguez (1943), with Armando Moreno singing Marinero, Por Eso Canto Yo, Qué Lento Corre El Tren, and Qué Lo Sepa El Mundo Entero.
Tanda 2: Lucio Demare (1942), with Juan Carlos Miranda singing Malena, Mañana Zarpa Un Barco, Pa’ Mí Es Igual, and Sorbos Amargos.
Tanda 3: Francisco Canaro (1938), with Roberto Maida singing Al Son Del Acordeón, Corazón De Oro, Aura Que No Ve La Vieja, and El Triunfo De Tus Ojos.
Tanda 4: Alfredo De Angelis, with Oscar Larocca singing Almagro in 1951, and Prohibido, Visión, and Volvamos A Empezar in 1953.