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01. El Dia Que Te Fuiste
02. La Novia
03. Soneto A Un Malevo Que No Leyo A Borges
04. El Tatuaje
05. Negrito
06. Fabula
07. Pichona
08. Musa Rea		play
09. El Paso De La Siguiriya		play
10. Semos Hermanos
11. Lucio El Anarquista
12. Corazon & Hueso
13. Ritos En La Sombra

Musicians:
    Daniel Melingo,vocals
    Patricio Cotella,double bass
    Gustavo Paglia, bandoneon
    Rodrigo Guerra, electric guitar, bouzouki
    Nini Flores, accordion
    Rudi Flores, guitar
    Romain Lécuyer, double bass
    Diego Trosman, guitar

 

Daniel Melingo describes his music as "proto-tango". Tom Waits, Paolo Conte and Nick Cave come to mind when you listen to him, and his songs conjure up daydreams and images from films and adventure novels. This radically modern blues from the deep south is both surreal and hypnotic, romantic and head-spinning; it could also be called "rough and ready tango, one from the back streets"... Vertigo and a few hazy, trembling moments. He plays his quayside music, his form of blues (his own definition) with the art of a pimp straight out of Borges who's just stepped onto the path of fate at the green lights, and then just misses being knocked over with each step he takes. Corazón y Hueso is a subterranean story with its own mystique, harbouring its losers, its prison universe with its tattooed inmates, and characters with map-streaked hands who speak lunfardo, the slang of Buenos Aires with a secret vocabulary invented to defy the prison staff. When these men whistle a tune or start the first steps of a dance – tango, folk, or milonga (what does it matter?) – it’s called canyengue (rough and ready, from the back streets), and looks more like a fight. ---.harmoniamundi.com

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01 – Ufaa!
02 - Barrio De Chusmas
03 - Jack The Ripper
04 - Guapos
05 - Gatillo
06 - Llovizna
07 - Sin Enroque
08 - Tres Puntos
09 - Tango Del Vampiro
10 - Mano Cruel
11 - Trava Maleva
12 - Musica Beat
13 - Agarrese Don Enrique
14 - El Garron
15 - Viajando
16 - La Pebeta De Chiclana
17 - Luna De Arrabal
18 - Che Jeringa
19 - Siga Cochero
20 - Exodo
21 - Sin Luna
22 - El Violin De Becho
23 - Las Flores Del Paraguay

 

Born in Argentina in 1957, Daniel Melingo studied clarinet and musicology on Buenos Aires Music academy. In 1978, fleeing away from military dictatorship, he moved to Brasil, where he played with Agua de Milton Nascimento . Four years later he moved back to Argentina and joined protest-rock bands Los Twist and Los Abuelos De La Nada.

In the middle eighties, during the cultural wave of Movida movement, he moved to Madrid to share unbridled festive energy, joining punk band Torredos Muertos. There he published his disc “Lions in love”, where funk and reggae beats mix with latin accents.

Upon his return to Buenos Aires, he rediscovered the virtues of tango combined with poems sang in lunfardo slang. Working as a TV presenter, he was encuraging return to the roots and published multiple albums: Tango bajos in 1998. and Ufa in 2003.

In 2004. guitarist Eduardo Makaroff, Argentinian part of Gotan Project invited Melingo to join the label. He publishes Mañana, that will open the door to his European career. Public discovers this dandy with comedian manners who bewitches the audience with his attitude and hoarse voice. ---last.fm

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