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Old 12-12-2011, 03:55 AM   #51 (permalink)
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Andean music, and Andean related.

Víctor Heredia
Ojos de cielo


Illary
Candombe Para Jose


This is a song from Edmundo Zaldivar, intrpreted by Los Nocheros

El Humahuaqueño


This belong to church genre:

Ariel Ramírez
Gloria
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Old 01-20-2012, 02:12 AM   #52 (permalink)
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I'm back from vacations.

Here are some songs I found on my travels:

This is my new anthem to beer, under the folk metal genre:

Tersivel
Cruzat Beer House


Cosa Nostra


Cruzat Beer House is a bar on Buenos Aires, and the first song is named after it.

Other bands on this genre that almost convinced me were Tengwar with a song named "A Long Expected Fading", and Thelema (yes, just another band with that name) with his song Misanthropolis.
I said that "almost" convinced me, but not really, so I do not post his videos here. Just some links in case you are curious.


Now, a switch to the pop side:

This other song also is named after a bar. It seems to be in fashion to name songs after places where the band plays frequently:

La Perra que los Parió
La Perra Disco Bar


Miseria Digna
Bifurcación
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Old 02-06-2012, 01:01 PM   #53 (permalink)
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Redonditos again

Me matan, Limón


Pool, averna y papusa


Angel de los perdedores (Redondos & El Soldado)


Juguetes perdidos
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Old 12-13-2017, 05:24 PM   #54 (permalink)
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This thread needs Octafonic:









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Hi Heker! I was going to welcome you to MB, but I see that you joined us over a year ago. You are clearly keeping a pretty low profile! I listened to your Octafonic recommendations, and enjoyed "I'm sorry" most. Are you from Argentina yourself ? We've had a couple of guys from there, both of whom started their own threads:-

This one has some interesting music in it: http://www.musicbanter.com/country-f...argentina.html

This is a short thread with a long list of musicians: http://www.musicbanter.com/country-f...argentina.html

[Maybe this is an opportunity for a passing mod to practise his thread-merging skills?]

Anyway, heker, you have prompted me to check through some more of Argento's recs, so thanks for that. Since his Juana Molina clips, I think La Portuaria is the band I most liked because I love a bit of accordion. Here's a track by them with a video that confirms all my stereotypes about life in Argentina :-

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I'm not sure on how to post more of Juana Molina.
This is obligatory about Juana Molina



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Hi Heker! I was going to welcome you to MB, but I see that you joined us over a year ago. You are clearly keeping a pretty low profile! I listened to your Octafonic recommendations, and enjoyed "I'm sorry" most. Are you from Argentina yourself ? We've had a couple of guys from there, both of whom started their own threads:-

Anyway, heker, you have prompted me to check through some more of Argento's recs, so thanks for that. Since his Juana Molina clips, I think La Portuaria is the band I most liked because I love a bit of accordion. Here's a track by them with a video that confirms all my stereotypes about life in Argentina :-
I only came to find some help on lyrics on English. Had no luck.

I'm particularly puzzled by the meaning of this argie song, which I cannot understand:





The latest work from Frenkel that I remember is this one:


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Are you from Argentina yourself ?
Yes, I am. And I guess you also, since your avatar is a drawing by Quino.
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^ Well done! In seven years, you are the first person on MB to identify the artist of my avatar!

In fact, I'm from England, but I've lived for 25 years in Mexico. When I first arrived, Quino was very popular, and you could find all his Mafalda and other books in the bookshops. He's probably my favourite cartoonist ever.

Payaguaya is a new Juana Molina song for me, thanks! ...and I put some words of Cocaine Taxi in the rock section, ok?

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...and I put some words of Cocaine Taxi in the rock section, ok?
I cannot tank you enough.
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