D’Arienzo with Biagi and Echagüe

Between 1935 and 1939, Juan D’Arienzo’s rhythm revolution produced a staggering amount of tango recordings that were truly designed for dancers, a veritable outburst of tango creativity we still very much profit from today. Especially during the ”crown year” 1938, the team below, including pianist Rodolfo Biagi (moustache, below – that same year, Biagi went on to form his own orchestra) and Alberto Echagüe (second row, between two men in dark suits), left us a number of unforgettable classics that can really never go wrong on any dance floor.

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