[Tango-L] Vals tandas (previously Pobre flor)
Victor_Bennetts at infosys.com
Thu Feb 7 19:12:54 EST 2008
Vals tandas have to be my favourites. Pretty well everyone knows Pobre Flor and Sonar y Nada Mas. But I wonder, if you were putting together a *perfect* De Angelis vals tanda of four songs, what other two songs would you pick? I personally like 'Mi Carinito', but I don't think I have ever heard that played at a milonga. Most DJs would play 'Flores Del Alma', I guess, but to me it doesn't quite have the verve of the other songs, although it is very sweet. I think the other favourite is 'A Magaldi', but I am not such a big fan of that song. Anyone have any views on this? Also, at that tanda site:
There is a tanda with both 'Corozon De Oro' and 'Desde El Alma'. Can you really have two such high octane songs in the one tanda? In that suggested tanda, 'Desde El Alma' comes last, but shouldn't 'Corozon De Oro' come last? Otherwise in my opinion it is a bit like drinking sweet dessert wine after a single malt.
Anyone suggest any other favourite vals tandas?
>The De Angelis vals tanda with Pobre flor had Lito
>singing once again.
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