Días de lluvia, corazones rotos (2002)
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|01 – De esta ciudad (2:58)||download|
|02 – Desencuentro / Sólo un sueño (4:05)||download|
|03 – Llévame (3:02)||download|
|04 – Aunque pierda la razón (4:10)||download|
|05 – 28 de mayo (Olga) (2:37)||download|
|06 – Aquí estás (4:11)||download|
|07 – Igual que ayer (3:08)||download|
|08 – París (4:58)||download|
|09 – Dime (5:27)||download|
|10 – Cartas que no te envié (+ bonus track) (2:49)||download|
- Jorge Otero: vocals, guitars
- Mario Fueyo: piano, hammond organ
- Dani Menéndez: guitars, background vocals
- Yacob Colloto: bass guitar
With the collaboration of:
Danny Montgomery: drums
Javi Otero: bass guitar
Pablo A. Bertrand: piano in “Desencuentro”, background vocals
Alberto Rionda: guitarr in “Dime”, percussion
“28 de mayo (Olga)”:
Elliott Murphy: harmonica
Olivier Durand: acoustic guitar
“Cartas que no te envié”:
Elliott Murphy: harmonica
Olivier Durand: slide guitar
Kenny Margolis: accordion, electric piano
Susana Álvarez: vocals
All songs writen by Jorge Otero except: “De esta ciudad” (Jorge Otero/Nacho García), “Desencuentro” (Pablo A. Bertrand), “Sólo un sueño” (Jorge Otero/Igor Paskual), “Aunque pierda la razón” (Jorge Otero/Igor Paskual), “Dime” (Elliott Murphy, Spanish adaptation by Jorge Otero).
The songs have been arranged by the band. The Spanish lyrics would not have been the same without the great contributions of Dani.
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In the press
It is the first time the band records in Spanish. And there are two improvements: lead vocals and a strong instrumental maturity displayed after ten years. There are a lot of things to choose from. Each song is a tribute to good taste, a quiet tour by the essence of American rock wrapped in ballads (“Paris”) or fanfare rockers (“Take me”), without forgetting the sensitivity (“May 28”). A disk with three good tracks is good enough, but this one gives you seven more good tracks.
- Javier Blanco, for La Nueva España
A magnificent catalog of excellent songs. A talented band akin to that rock where heartfelt texts are trademark and melody, hallmark.
- Efe Eme
There’s great care put in the, and you can see that these are not mere translations without soul. They are literary, and autobiographical (…) The instrumental quality is equally high, reinforced with luxurious collaborations (…) The results of this disk is more than satisfactory, and its final tracks are a highlight (…). Rating: * 8
- Cristóbal Cuenca for Popular 1
It marked a stage in my life. It’s perfect and fits with a particular year when times were still good for me. I’m still listening to it, to reminisce about those moments. The truth is that I feel completely tied to that disk (I’ve been listening non-stop even for days without wanting to hear more than that album)
- Cristina Yagüe
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