As I announced a few days ago, I don’t feel that I have enough strength to keep a daily post, sharing a song with some ‘extra-content’ everyday; in fact I feel that the quality of this site has decreased dramatically; so, since as someone (that for sure was wiser than me) said, ‘it’s better to […]
Before entering on the transition period to the ‘new situation‘ about this site that I announced a couple of days ago, I decide to pay attention to my children, who has reminded me about the annually celebration of the «School day of Non-violence and Peace» I think that the next song do not need extra […]
Today, let’s close this quick glimpse of records released 20 years ago that are celebrating their birthdays during 2019. We have done something similar with the 30th, 40th and 50th anniversary of such ‘birthday albums’. But we are going to say ‘see you’ too; not goodbye, but at least ‘bye’ to our main aspiration: we […]
The fourth record that we are including in this glimpse of albums released in 1999 is ‘Cobra and Phases Group Play Voltage in the milky night’ by the post-rock British band ‘Stereolab’. It didn’t get all the positive opinions as their previous records, but in our opinion the rythms of free -jazz and bossanova make […]
On our tour through the records that are turning 50, 40, 30… And 20 years during 2019, today, again an álbum named with a number: yesterday it was 13, today: 4 (fourth album released by Stone Temple Pilots, and that was considered as their return to their harder style. Enjoy!
Here is the first single from Blur album ’13’ that is turning 20 years during 2019. Enjoy! Oh my Baby Oh my Baby Oh why Oh my
I know that we are leaving a lot of great records from 1989 without name them here, but at least we have made a nice tribute. I was thinking to give a rapid glance to those records that are turning 25; but I realize that probably I wouldn’t finish this glimpse never. 1994 was a […]
Today our beloved ‘Yo La Tengo’. Their record ‘President Yo La Tengo’ is turning 30 years old in 2019. This is what Stereogum wrote about it: ‘Featuring a number of great early Yo La Tengo compositions, ‘Prsident Yo La Tengo’ is an initiation into the creative ethic of a good band that is going to […]
Today’s turn is for ‘Jesús y las cadenas de María’. Enjoy this song from their third album ‘Automatic’!
In 1989 it was released one of my two Pixies’ favourite records: ‘Doolittle’. Great success, inspiration for many other artists…; its clear sound contrasted with the lyrics about violence, death, torture… Enjoy!