Tango No. 9 | Here Live No Fish

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Here Live No Fish

by Tango No. 9

The group’s third album blends the genre-bending virtuosity of San Francisco’s renowned cutting edge chamber music scene with the skin-to-skin, sex-breathed passion of classic tango.
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2. Here Live No Fish
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3. Street Tango
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4. Time-and-a-Half Gavotte
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5. Syncopath
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6. Sea of Tranquility
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7. Amor de mis Amores
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8. Luz y Sombra
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9. Sultango
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10. Milonga Campera
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
In 1998, Clubfoot Orchestra veteran Catharine Clune dreamt of a new project—exploration into the work of Astor Piazzolla. Nine years and three albums later, Tango No. 9 has evolved into a critically acclaimed ensemble performing at milongas, festivals, concert halls, and clubs across the Western U.S..

With its unique instrumentation of violin, trombone, piano, and accordion/bandoneon, Tango No. 9 embraces both a reverence to tango’s seductive past and an innovative vision of the music’s storied future.

Here Live No Fish includes tango standards, original compositions, reinterpreted classics from Piazzolla to Prokofiev, and a guest vocal turn by indie music legend Jonathan Richman.


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