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Tango Project Vol.1
Artist: Tango Project
|01||Cambalache||3:18||el siglo veinte es un despliegue de maldá insolente|
|02||Cumparsita||3:05||dentro de mi alma conservo aquel cariño|
|03||Madreselva||2:48||de mi niñez sin esplendor la amiga fue tu..|
|04||Sentimiento Guacho||2:07||en su alma un dolor secreto adiviné|
|05||Tormenta||2:40||lo que aprendí de tu mano no sirve para vivir|
|06||Tinta Roja||2:44||tinta roja en el gris del ayer|
|07||Canción de Buenos Aires||2:44||cuando lejos me vo solo hallaba el consuelo|
|08||Suerte Loca||2:08||en el naipe del vivir suelo acertar la carta de la boca|
|09||Ventarron||3:30||sos el mas taura entre todos los tauras|
|10||Tango De Hoy Y De Ayer||2:37||un café nos invita a recordar nuestra historia|
|11||Sigo Aquí||2:39||este es el sitio en que yo nací|
Tango Project Vol. l featuring Horacio Ravera features two new tangos, including one with lyrics penned by Mr. Ravera. The album also features three enhanced-video tracks with internationally acclaimed dancers Carlos Copelo and Alicia Monti.
Tango has been widely recognized as the most romantic of all musical styles and with this album Mr. Ravera captures the passion and excitement of the authentic tango format. Classic songs are featured such as “Cambalache,” “La Cumparsita,” “Ventarron,” “Sentimiento Gaucho,” and “ Madreselva” which were originally made famous by one of the world’s greatest tango interpreters, Carlos Gardel. “Tinta Roja” and “La Cancion de Buenos Aires” were first introduced by the prodigious Vandonion player Anibal Troilo and his orchestra.
A highlight of Tango Project is the debut of two new tangos, “Sigo Aqui,” which recants the political and social situation of the Argentineans in the last decade, as well as “Tango de Hoy Y De Ayer” written by featured singer Horacio Ravera, which highlights the story of the renowned tango interpreters responsible for bringing tango to the forefront of romantic music.
Horacio Ravera’s performances today are standing-room-only. He performs in prestigious venues from the Teatro Cervantes in Buenos Aires, Argentina, to the Richelieu Amphitheater of the Sorbonne, accompanied by the Philharmonic Orchestra in Paris, France. He has recorded eleven albums in styles including tango, salsa, bolero, rancheras, cumbia and even Italian songs. But it is his decade-long love affair with tango that he calls “the most intense experience of my life.”
Musicians on "Tango Project Vol.1" By Tango Project:
Juan Carlos Lo Yacon
Piano and Bass
Orq. Color Tango
Robert Álvarez director
Famed dancer Isadora Duncan described tango as “a voluptuous dance, as tender as a long caress, as exhilarating as making love under the afternoon sun and as dangerous as the seduction of a tropical forest.” For internationally recognized tango dancers, Carlos Copelo & Alicia Monti, this is definitely true.