Song Title Identification Thread

Discussion in 'Tango Argentino' started by opendoor, May 6, 2012.

  1. tangomonkey

    tangomonkey Active Member

    Yes, that's it. The OP's link is missing the first minute or so. The full recording starts with a different section, with a different melody and accompaniment style. For 30 seconds. It was driving me crazy. I played the start of 1930's Canaro/Maida songs I don't know that well and couldn't find it. I know it now - thanks!
     
    Last edited: May 26, 2014
  2. poetas 84

    poetas 84 New Member

    Yesss This is it . Thank you very much for your help Rain Dog . :)
     
  3. TomTango

    TomTango Member

    I'm looking for another probably common song title with just the tune. It's a golden-era vals, with a section with string plucks on every other 1-2-3 sub-beat. So: Ba ba ba, pluck pluck pluck, Ba ba ba, pluck pluck pluck, etc. Can you wizards work your magic on that one?
     
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  4. TomTango

    TomTango Member

    Welp, took four months, but I found it myself. Canaro's "Cuando Estaba Enamorado"
     
  5. A.Victor

    A.Victor Member

    What is the song when it says "mistery" at the end of many verses and the rest is in spanish? It's tango nuevo btw.
     
  6. TomTango

    TomTango Member

  7. miaow

    miaow New Member

    I'm trying to ID the several songs in these clips:

    youtube followed by--> /watch?v=VGYEp76USyo
    1. 00:00 onwards
    2. 00:18 onwards—same as above?
    3. 01:14 onwards—I especially want to know this one.
    4. 02:02 onwards, vals
    5. 02:46 onwards, milonga
    6. 3:30 onwards—would love to know this one
    7. 3:42 onwards

    youtube followed by --> /watch?v=0Uow-2fvnac

    1. 00:00 onwards —No Mienta, D'Arienzo
    2. 00:39 onwards — another Echague
    3. 01:18 onwards
    4. 01:50 onwards, milonga
    5. 02:17 onwards—would love to know what this is
    6. 03:37 onwards, vals
    7. 04:24 onwards, milonga
    8. 04:42 onwards
    9. 05:14 onwards
     
  8. miaow

    miaow New Member

    I'm trying to ID the several songs in these clips:

    youtube followed by--> /watch?v=VGYEp76USyo
    1. 00:00 onwards
    2. 00:18 onwards—same as above?
    3. 01:14 onwards—I especially want to know this one.
    4. 02:02 onwards, vals
    5. 02:46 onwards, milonga
    6. 3:30 onwards—would love to know this one
    7. 3:42 onwards

    youtube followed by --> /watch?v=0Uow-2fvnac

    1. 00:00 onwards —No Mienta, D'Arienzo
    2. 00:39 onwards — another Echague
    3. 01:18 onwards
    4. 01:50 onwards, milonga
    5. 02:17 onwards—would love to know what this is
    6. 03:37 onwards, vals
    7. 04:24 onwards, milonga
    8. 04:42 onwards
    9. 05:14 onwards
     
  9. miaow

    miaow New Member

    I'm trying to ID the several songs in these clips:

    youtube followed by--> /watch?v=VGYEp76USyo
    1. 00:00 onwards
    2. 00:18 onwards—same as above?
    3. 01:14 onwards—I especially want to know this one.
    4. 02:02 onwards, vals
    5. 02:46 onwards, milonga
    6. 3:30 onwards—would love to know this one
    7. 3:42 onwards

    youtube followed by --> /watch?v=0Uow-2fvnac

    1. 00:00 onwards —No Mienta, D'Arienzo
    2. 00:39 onwards — another Echague
    3. 01:18 onwards
    4. 01:50 onwards, milonga
    5. 02:17 onwards—would love to know what this is
    6. 03:37 onwards, vals
    7. 04:24 onwards, milonga
    8. 04:42 onwards
    9. 05:14 onwards
     
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  10. koinzell

    koinzell New Member

    Anyone know what this is?

    /watch?v=TMCpthL9o-c
     
  11. rain_dog

    rain_dog Active Member

    "Cacareando" by Orquesta Tipica Victor.
     
  12. Xenophon

    Xenophon New Member

    Hello Miaow

    From the first video, number 5 is Milonga De Mis Amores, Canaro 1937.

    From the second video, number 2 is La Vida Es Corta, Tanturi con Castillo, 1941
    number 3 is Flora, Di Sarli Sexteto, 1930
    number 4 is Ella Es Así, Donato, 1938
    number 5 is En La Huella Del Dolor, Fresedo con Ray, 1934
    number 6 is Cuatro Palabras, Biagi, 1941
    number 7 is Milonga Brava, Canaro con Maida, 1938
    number 8 is Percal, Calo con Podesta, 1943
    number 9 is El Adios, Donato con Lagos, 1938

    Apart from the milonga, I don't think I recognised any of the first set, while everything in the second set was familiar, even if I had to look some of the titles up. I'd much rather dance at a milonga with the second DJ :)

    Xenophon





     
  13. miaow

    miaow New Member

    Thank you thank you Xenophon!
     
  14. newbie

    newbie Well-Known Member

    Cancer is the fully developed form of a cell, then.
     
  15. UKDancer

    UKDancer Well-Known Member

    And it's taken you two years to come up with that? As I said,

    and showing up, well after the action is over, is another trait shared with the real police. Some things don't change.
     
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  16. A.Victor

    A.Victor Member

    What kind of "tango" is it? They don't look in eachother eyes when they dance.
    As they say, argentine tango is like romance, american tango is like marriage and european tango is like divorce.
    No eye contact is like having sexual intercourse (sorry :)) while watching the sports channel and paying no attention to the partner.
     
  17. UKDancer

    UKDancer Well-Known Member

    The sort that allows you to win when you dance in the World Professional Championships. You don't have to like it.
     
  18. rain_dog

    rain_dog Active Member

    Huh. I certainly don't do that, and no one I know does that. Just about all of the videos I've seen of people dancing AT don't include them looking into each other's eyes. What kind of tango are you doing, I wonder?
     
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  19. Zentorno

    Zentorno New Member

    Good evening, does anyone know the song name in this video at 23:34? Thanks!
    "Soviet Military Orchestra Concert - Netherlands 1990" on RedSamurai84's channel (cant post links since I'm a new member)
     
  20. sixela

    sixela Active Member

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