Date in which Carlos Di Sarli and Roberto Rufino recorded BIEN FRAPPÉ. The title explains the “frenchified” culture which predominated Buenos Aires society on those times. The French term frapper means “to hit” and figuratively has several other meanings, one of them: well chilled. In the song you hear: I seek to forget and need a whiskey /well “frappé”!
♫ BIEN FRAPPÉ. Carlos Di Sarli and Roberto Rufino (1941)