Tango dancers in 1929, Buenos Aires. Photo taken in the Belgrano neighborhood, close to the river, during a picnic in a garden, attended by fair-skinned immigrants from the Basque region […]
Carlos Di Sarli’s 1956 version of “Nueve Puntos” has long been a favorite of dancers at milongas. But what does “Nueve Puntos” (nine points) mean?
In 1928, Orquesta Típica Victor recorded “Chlo-e” and gave it a genre name of “Tango Blues.” Why was it called “Tango Blues?”