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Todos de Lucio Demare 1938-1968

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The present restoration project provides the complete 79 recordings of Lucio Demare and his orchestra made at the Odeon, Columbia, Pampa and Disco TK labels in Buenos Aires between 1938 and 1956. We also include two vinyl records: the Music-Hall record from 1959 containing four recordings with the singer Tania and the last solo record of Lucio Demare containing 14 titles issued in 1968 under the Disc Jockey label. There is a total of 97 tracks included in this album release.

Format

AIF 44.1kHz-16bit, ALAC 96kHz-24bit, FLAC 44.1kHz-16bit, FLAC 96kHz-24bit, MP3 320kbps CBR

Media

Shellac record, Vinyl record

Orchestra

Singer

Armando Garrido, Carlos Bernal, Héctor Alvarado, Horacio Quintana, Juan Carlos Miranda, Raúl Berón, Roberto Arrieta, Tania

Label

Columbia, Disc Jockey, Discos TK, Music-Hall, Odeon, Pampa

Project

Audio extract
002 - Telón
007 - Malena
010 - Ribereña
013 - Mañana zarpa un barco
017 - No te apures Carablanca
021 - Tinta verde
026 - No nos veremos más
030 - Chatero de aquel entonces
031 - Tal vez será mí alcohol
033 - Soy del 90
042 - Oigo tu voz
044 - Luna
049 - Mi vieja ribera
056 - Torrente
060 - Igual que un bandoneón
062 - Lo mismo que un tango
063 - Me quedé mirándola
067 - Pa' mí es igual
071 - Malena
074 - No nos veremos más...
081 - Sentimiento tanguero
084 - Confesión
097 - Gricel

The present restoration project provides the complete 79 recordings of Lucio Demare and his orchestra made at the Odeon, Columbia, Pampa and Disco TK labels in Buenos Aires between 1938 and 1956. We also include two vinyl records: the Music-Hall record from 1959 containing four recordings with the singer Tania and the last solo record of Lucio Demare containing 14 titles issued in 1968 under the Disc Jockey label.
The Art-Fono picture record with two titles was still missing when we issued this album but we still hope to find it later for addition to the collection. The decorative aspect of the picture disc, certainly makes it quite rare today. With this in mind the complete shellac production of the Lucio Demare orchestra sums up to 79 sides. One might wonder why an odd total? 8065-A was issued twice, once in May 1943 and other time in September of the same year. The initial issue has the matrix number 12757 and the title Tal vez será mí alcohol, the reissued version has the same record number but the matrix number 13130. It’s the censored version with Manzi’s modified lyrics, stripped out Lunfardo, and the new title Tal vez será su voz. The old title is still mentioned on the record as a subtitle. We have included both recordings in our release.
The transfer work was mainly done in Brussels and is from our own collection.

Format

AIF 44.1kHz-16bit, ALAC 96kHz-24bit, FLAC 44.1kHz-16bit, FLAC 96kHz-24bit, MP3 320kbps CBR

Media

Shellac record, Vinyl record

Orchestra

Singer

Armando Garrido, Carlos Bernal, Héctor Alvarado, Horacio Quintana, Juan Carlos Miranda, Raúl Berón, Roberto Arrieta, Tania

Label

Columbia, Disc Jockey, Discos TK, Music-Hall, Odeon, Pampa

Project

2 reviews for Todos de Lucio Demare 1938-1968

  1. Ilyas Landikov (verified owner)

    I’m not an expert but to my ears the violin and especially the piano are very clear. Great work. Thanks.

  2. djshahram68 (verified owner)

    Great job. One can feel the silkiness of Demare’s music so much better.
    Thanks
    Abrazo

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Todos de Lucio Demare 1938-1968