Susana Rinaldi - Mi Voz y Mi Ciudad (1965) [Remastered 2002]
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Tango, Latin Pop | Label: Grafisound, GS 15074-2 | 0:35:27
Her success over time prompted her to give up acting and to instead pursue a career as a singer. After touring Argentine tango bars and milongas, Susana Rinaldi gained fame as a singer during the late 1960s. She called the attention of her audience by singing tangos which up to then had only been sung by men, including standards by Jose Maria Contursi, Enrique Santos Discepolo, Homero Manzi, and Catulo Castillo. This gave her a deserved reputation among a new audience made up mostly of young university students. She achieved fame when she incorporated into her repertoire songs by new authors, such as Eladia Blazquez, Osvaldo Avena, Hector Negro, and Chico Novarro.