In All Languages playlist for 06/16/2013

DJs: 
Serena Piol
Artist Title Album Label Link
Edgardo Donato A Media Luz; Pasión Criolla; El Adiós; Sacale Punta; La Caída De La Estantería; Santa Milonguita; Carnaval de mi barrio
Francisco Canaro Zorro Gris; Poema; Pampa; La Metralla; Recuerdos; ReFaSi; Milonga de Mis Amores; Reliquias Porteñas; Arrabalera
Julio de Caro Flores NEgras; Adiós Pueblo; Boedo; El Monito
Osvaldo Pugliese Mi serenata; Sin lagrimas; Adios Bardi; Dandy; Malandraca; Llamame; Un Baile a Beneficio; Pelele; Milonga de mi tierra; El Mareo; Bolero; Tortazos
Sexteto Mayor Contrabajeando; El Choclo; Orgullo Criollo; Orlando Goñi
New York Tango Trio: Jaurena, Aslan, Iverson El Porteñito; Don Juan; Prometedora; El Once
Carlos Libedinsky Esa; Tres Son Multitud; Esta Noche; Gente Que Si
Bajofondo Pa' Bailar; Pulmon; El Anden; Slippery Sidewalks
Gotan Project Época; Peligo; Lunático; Mi Confesíon; Desilusion; Tango Canción; Criminal; Arrabal

Tonight's In All Languages focuses on a survey or different time periods of Argentine Tango music.  For the first hour, the focus was on the Golden Age of Tango, the 1940's.  The second hour focused on what is classified as "New" Tango, which is simply orchestras in the last 20 years or so that have produced music in the style of the Golden Age.  The final hour focused on "Nuevo Tango," a popular style of Argentine Tango music that incorporates new elements into traditional Argentine Tango music.  It is prevalent outside of the Tango community for containing a beautiful mix of both traditional elemements as well as elements of other, seemingly unrelated, genres of music.