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“Una tarde cualquiera” by Miguel Caló y su Orquesta Típica with Roberto Arrieta in vocals, 1945.

Roberto Puccio, Argentine Tango guitarist and lyricist.

Roberto Puccio

Guitarist and lyricist (June 1, 1904 – March 30, 1959)

In 1924 he debuted as a singer’s accompanist alongside his brother Miguel Ángel Puccio. He also played in the folk group called Los Trovadores de Cuyo.

In the 30s, both brothers were staff artists in Radio El Mundo and accompanists of the Lito Bayardo and Alfredo Lucero Palacios duo. They as well backed Hugo Del Carril.

During the 40s, they appeared in Brazil.

As composer he has written several songs, among them: “Una tarde cualquiera”.

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