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Retintin - Various - Only Original Hits Tango Argentino (CD)

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  1. Directed by Goran Paskaljevic. With Mija Aleksic, Predrag 'Miki' Manojlovic, Nikola Zarkovic, Rahela Ferari. A boy who is helping lonely, elderly people revives their urge to live and receives in return their love and understanding, which have been denied to him by his parents.

  2. Dec 19,  · The saga of ''Tango Argentino'' began in with Hector Orezzoli and Claudio Segovia, two Argentine set designers who shared a passion for the tango and a .

  3. Argentine Tango Music, Tango CD's & Tango DVD's. You can listen to Music Clips from many of the CDs that we sell. CDs marked with this image have tango music samples available. View our complete selection of tango music, both traditional and electronic/alternative by choosing one of the main categories on the left.

  4. This item: Tango Argentino by VARIOUS ARTISTS Audio CD $ Only 3 left in stock (more on the way). For business-only pricing, quantity discounts and FREE Shipping. For all of you who remember the original "Addams Family", give this album a listen and you'll understand why Gomez behaved as he did whenever he heard a Tango! /5(23).

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  7. Explore releases from the Tango Argentino label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for Tango Argentino releases. Aníbal Troilo "Pichuco" Y Su Orquesta Típica* Canta: Floreal Ruíz* - Amor Y Tango ‎ (CD, Comp) BMG Argentina, RCA: Argentina: Sell This Version: Various: Arrabal De.

  8. As various cultures combined styles, the tango was eventually created in poor Argentinian neighborhoods. The tango reflected the desperation felt by poor immigrants and their longing for a better future. Eventually, the dance also became popular with wealthy families. From here, these wealthy socialites spread their tango skills to Paris and.

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