Los Ocampo and Argentine Folklore

While tango epitomizes urban melancholy, Argentine folklore reflects the condition and spirit of humans as part of nature. Monica Romero and Omar Ocampo, heir apparent to the legendary El Chucaro, embody its simplicity and beauty.

SONGS PLAYED DURING THE EPISODE 

Zamba para Olvidarte (zamba) Mercedes Sosa

Sin Ley (chamamé)  Los Gimenez

(The song is not available for purchase, but Los Gimenez’s album A los Amigos del Alma is available on iTunes)

La Finadita (chacarera) Duo Sangiagueño Juarez-Palomo

Teresita (chacarera) Los Hermanos Toledo

Chamamé para mi Tristeza (chamamé) Raúl Barboza

Tres Bailecitos (charango) Jaime Torres

Zamba Ñaupa (zamba) Los Chalchaleros

Zamba del Chúcaro (zamba) Horacio Guarany con Nestor “Pueblo” Celiz

Chacarera De Las Piedras (chacarera) Atahualpa Yupanqui

Escondido para Gramilla (escondido) Horacio Banegas

The Album Color de la Chacasrera available on Amazon.

Gato De La Negra (gato) Néstor Garnica

La Cumparsita by Hugo Diaz

The album Hugo Diaz en Buenos Aires 3

VIDOES OF LOS OCAMPO

Zamba

Canyengue

Tango Bravo (show)

Omar Ocampo’s zapateo

El Chucaro y Norma Viola

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