D&D was a Japanese eurobeat idol group, featuring vocalist Olivia, and dancers Chikano and Aya. They debuted in 1996 with the single "In Your Eyes," and disbanded in 1999. Vocalist Olivia debuted as a solo musician in 1999, and sung several theme songs for the anime Nana in 2006. The three members of D&D attended the Okinawa Actors School, and were scouted by Rising Production for record company Avex Trax, debuting in 1996
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Asociación de la música portena. BMG. Troilo en RCA Victor. Tangos Del Sur. Solo Tango. Encuentro De Grandes.
Realitzat pel nostre company Sergio Planas, aqui teniu un petit video-resum del que va ser la Cursa Tardor d’Altafulla d’ahir. Gràcies a totes i tots! 16. See All. Posts. Cursa de Tardor d’Altafulla.
These are unusual tangos: one is a well-known poem by Wilhelm Busch which has been transformed into a "roasting tango", and our musical arrangement of the Berthold Brecht poem "The Ship". A Finish tango "Elsa Kohtalon Lapsi" whose text the members of the band have laboriously identified invites them to sing along as far as they can understand the words. The most humid of all tangos: "La Paloma", gargled and newly texted.
Video Tangos de la condición. 6. Tangos de la condición. Top Songs Radio Tarifa.
The first two sections of La Cumparsita were composed as a march instrumental in 1916 by teen-aged Gerardo Matos Rodríguez of Uruguay. Before the 1900s, the following tangos were being played: "El queco" (anonymous, attributed to clarinetist Lino Galeano in 1885), "Señora casera" (anonymous 1880), "Andate a la recoleta" (anonymous 1880), "El Porteñito" (by the Spaniard Gabriel Diez in 1880), "Tango Nº1" (Jose Machado - 1883), "Dame la lata" (Juan Perez, 1888), "Que polvo con tanto viento" (anonymous 1890), "No me tires con la tapa de la olla" (. 1893), "El Talar" (Prudencio Aragon – 1895). Negro Alegre", 1907), de Gabino Ezeiza ("El Tango Patagones", 1905), y de Higinio Cazón ("El Taita", 1905).
Historias de tango 3. The new CD of SOLO TANGO ORQUESTA. Historias de Tango 3. Poema.