Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Tango Vivo: Noches De Buenos Aires
Genres: World Music, Pop, Latin Music
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For those who like live recordings, a good bet !
Mark Hammond | Chambersburg, PA USA | 03/11/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This is a revised review. I have changed my opinion on the disk, and I have increased my rating of it.Generally speaking, I prefer studio recordings of tango music because I can use them for milongas without having the "applause track" or background noise. That is why I own only two live recordings. It is a matter of personal preference. People are often distracted by extraneous background noise, and I am one of those people.This disk contains some excellent contemporary tango music. It gives one the feeling that tango as a style of music is ever evolving, and as such, is responsive to the needs of people who love it as a style of music, dance and way of life.My favorites on the disk are "Silbando," "El Amancer," a delightful piece by Firpo, "Ventanita de Arrabal," and "Chiquilin de Bachin," a piece by Astor Piazzolla with delightful vocals by Patricia Barone.If you like good contemporary interpretations of some classics, this may be the disk for you. If you are annoyed by applause tracks, introductions of pieces by singers and musicians, you may find you just need to get used to it or use CD-ROM software to make an edited copy."