Carlos Gardel



Carlos Gardel

Rating
Active
1917 to 1935
Born
December 11, 1890 in Toulouse
Died
June 24, 1935
Location
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Biography
Carlos Gardel (born Charles Romuald Gardes; 11 December 1890 - 24 June 1935) was an Argentine tango singer, songwriter, composer and actor, and is perhaps the most prominent figure in the history of tango. Gardel died in an airplane crash at the height of his career, becoming an archetypal tragic hero mourned throughout Latin America. For many, Gardel embodies the soul of the tango style. He is commonly referred to as "Carlitos", "El Zorzal" (The Song Thrush), "The King of Tango", "El Mago" (The Magician), "El Morocho del Abasto" (The Brunet Boy from Abasto), and "El Mudo" (The Mute).

Top Songs by Carlos Gardel


Volver (Tango canción) - Voice

by , Marcelo Álvarez & Jorge Calandrelli

Tomo Y Obligo

by Francisco Canaro &

Yira, Yira,...

by Francisco Canaro &

Volver

by , Sandra Rumolino, Juan José Mosalini Orquesta & Juan José Mosalini

Albums, Releases & Mixtapes


Caminito

Caminito

Carlos Gardel March 28, 2017

50 Tracks

La Cumparsita y Otros Éxitos (Remastered)

La Cumparsita y Otros Éxitos (Remastered)

Carlos Gardel March 24, 2017

18 Tracks

Carlos Gardel Original

Carlos Gardel Original

Carlos Gardel January 6, 2017

14 Tracks

Milonga Sentimental

Milonga Sentimental

Carlos Gardel September 10, 2016

10 Tracks

50 Mejores Tangos y Valses

50 Mejores Tangos y Valses

Carlos Gardel June 20, 2016

50 Tracks

El Mago del tango (1926-1927), Vol. 10

El Mago del tango (1926-1927), Vol. 10

Carlos Gardel February 15, 2016

30 Tracks

El Mago del tango (1927), Vol. 11

El Mago del tango (1927), Vol. 11

Carlos Gardel February 15, 2016

29 Tracks

El Mago del tango (1927), Vol. 12

El Mago del tango (1927), Vol. 12

Carlos Gardel February 15, 2016

30 Tracks

El Mago del tango (1929), Vol. 19

El Mago del tango (1929), Vol. 19

Carlos Gardel February 15, 2016

29 Tracks

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