Astor in times of the Electronic Octet

“It was sensational, a type of music that was tango but had an air of rock and jazz, musicians that we improvised… .. there was a lot of freedom, even my old man changed the way he dressed too much, he grew a beard, then he left the” mosquita ”, he hung beaded necklaces, medallions,” remembers Daniel Piazzolla about the Electronic Octet, in statements to Diario Andino.

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