Invisible heroes

This morning, while thinking about what to do with this blog, I have listened my favourite radio broadcast (@HETradio3) that these days has moved to Mali and to Ivory Coast where they are broadcasting a couple of programmes. This is not the first time in which this team flys to a developing place, where they […]

Arnold Layne

Today in 1971, ‘Moonage Daydream’ was released as a single by Arnold Corns, a David Bowie’s side project, the name which was inspired by the Pink Floyd song ‘Arnold Layne’.The song later was released again by Ziggy Stardust in a new version with updated lyrics. Enjoy!!


Today my older daughter has told me about an activity that they have developed in her classroom related with the project about The Universe they are enjoying this term. They have been listening to some songs from outer space. This issue has brought to my mind an old idea about creating an outer space band. […]

Amazing journey!

I know I already shared this song in the past, however is the song that better explain how I feel I nos, a few hours before starting a business trip to Canada! The temperature is going to be a bit lower of that I am used to… The starship is about to take off!!! Enjoy!

Chameleon week (and VII)

Today we are finishing this tribute week to David Bowie lead by the record ‘Pin-Ups’. There are still three bands covered by Bowie in this album that have not been played yet during this week: The Easybeats, The Who, and The Merseys. The version of ‘Friday in my mind’ (The Easybeats) was surprisingly the first song by […]

Chameleon week (VI)

Today, from The Yardbirds to The Pretty Things, another band from the UK that Bowie selected to include two songs in his album ‘Pin-ups’ too. The Pretty Things authored the first rock-opera of the story (S.F. Sorrow, 1968), however the songs covered by David Bowie came from his previous R&B period. Enjoy!