The Smiths – The Queen Is Dead

Continuing the journey in the world of British punk and alternative music, after talking about The Clash and Morrissey, it seemed right to take...

Morrissey – Low in High School

Names such as the Smiths and Morrissey, may say little or nothing to today's listeners, but they are very meaningful to the 80s’ rock...

The Cure – Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me

Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me was released in may 1987: Robert Smith’s lips, portrayed on the cover, are the symbol of a record...

Amy Winehouse – Back to Black

Listening to Back to black makes me enthusiastic. It is like an album by the Beatles. Each track becomes a massive hit, despite being...

Pino Daniele – Terra mia

We miss Pino Daniele’s music. Terra mia (My homeland) is a collage of old memories, some of them happy, some bitter, but nevertheless fascinating...

Miles Davis – Seven Steps to Heaven

New York. Someone is playing jazz standards in a club. Two lovers are having a sweet slow dance immersed in a timeless cloud of...

The Who – Tommy

  Tommy? Yes, indeed. If not the first, then certainly one of the first rock operas, and surely the greatest of them all, whose fame...

Phish – Billy Breathes

Writing about music is like dancing about architecture (Martin Mull) If we give credit to the aphorism of Martin Mull (for years erroneously attributed to Frank...

Iron Maiden – Killers

Iron Maiden are like a rite of passage, like the souped up exhaust of a motorcycle, like a cigarette smoked in the school toilets...

The Stone Roses – The Stone Roses

  The Stone Roses kicked the door open for guitar music in the late '80s They opened the door for us. There is a generation...

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Grace Nichols – Lost in Translation

(por el espíritu de poesía en Medellín, Colombia) As if the earth had shifted axis again I walk the streets of your city, Medellín, a hammock of...