I just uploaded show 160, which could also be known as show 2.2, since it’s the second show of the “online era”. It’s about my visit to Buenos Aires, featuring music by artists that I heard while visiting. It’s available at:
http://deathoftango.podomatic.com (and iTunes)
http://www.princeton.edu/~pablo/death (while supplies last)
Acabo de colgar el programa 160, también conocido como 2.2 ya que es el segundo programa de la “era cibernética”. Es sobre mi visita a Buenos Aires, e incluye música de artistas que escuché durante mi visita. Lo pueden escuchar en:
http://deathoftango.podomatic.com (y iTunes)
http://www.princeton.edu/~pablo/death (mientras no me cancelan la cuenta)
Includes: Lucio Arce, Orquesta Típica La Vidú, Analía Goldberg, Osvaldo Peredo con la Orquesta Tipica Almagro, Hernán CUCUZA Castiello & Moscato Luna, Federico Mizrahi, Guillermo Fernández, Chino Laborde, Julio Pane, Juan Villarreal & Marco Antonio Fernández, Ariel Ardit, Luciano Tobaldi, Gran Quinteto Real, Soledad Francia, Edmundo Rivero
Dear listeners, I have not forgotten you! I will have a new show up very soon!
Listen to the last show of The Death of Tango on WPRB, “The Farewell”:
The show will continue online-only until further notice.
Thank you for these six wonderful years!
Tune into WPRB.com and 103.3 FM from 11 AM to 1 PM for the last on-air show of The Death of Tango on WPRB EVER! I will have a “farewell-related” show today. I will also go on the air sometime between 10:30 AM and 11 AM during Classical Discoveries, where host Marvin is going to interview me. I hope you can tune in!
Do you have a favorite Death of Tango moment? Share it so that I can mention it at the last show next week. A song you heard, a band you liked, a guest you enjoyed?
DJ of the radio show The Death of Tango, airing on WPRB Princeton, 103.3 FM and …
You can now listen to shows 154 and 155 of The Death of Tango on WPRB, dedicated to Edmundo Rivero and a timeline of tango compared with American pop music, respectively. Enjoy! http://www.soundcloud.com/deathoftango
I’m going chronologically and playing music from USA as well as tango, to look at the time-evolution. www.wprb.com