Que te importa que te llore
Do you care that I cry
LYRICS by: Miguel Caló and Osmar Maderna
MUSIC by: Miguel Caló and Osmar Maderna
TRANSLATION by: Alberto Paz
Cafetin de Buenos Aires
Small tavern of Buenos Aires
MUSIC by: Mariano Mores
LYRICS by: Enrique Santos Discepolo
TRANSLATION by: Ramon Peñalva
Adriana Varela is regarded as one of the main Argentine tango singers of recent times, with a prominent singing career that begun in 1991 with a cassette named "Tangos". Two years later she launched her second record, "Maquillaje", where she also included her previous works. This record would prove very successful, with the special participation of renowned artists such as singer Roberto Goyeneche and pianist Virgilio Expósito. For this album she was awarded the ACE award two years in a row.
Between 1991 and 1996 she recorded three more albums, "Corazones Perversos", "Tangos De Lengue - Varela Canta A Cadícamo", and "Tango En Vivo", which was recorded live on June 1996 at the Coliseo Theatre in Buenos Aires.
Between the years 1996 and 1998 her fame increased, with her participation on famous festivals such as "La Mar De Músicas" in Cartagena, the Porto Alegre festival, and the Grec Festival in Barcelona.
In the years that followed, she has begun the creation of a new album, "Cuando El Río Suena", under the artistic direction of Jaime Roos, and has participated in the Bajofondo Tango Club alternative "electro-tango" group, where she has a notable performance as lead singer in the songs "Perfume" and "Mi Corazón", among others.
Varela has also acted minor roles in movies such as Al Corazón, directed by Mario Sábato, and in Marcelo Piñeyro's Plata Quemada, and is also known for her outspoken left-wing politics, which she has never attempted to hide.