Formed within the mid-’80s, Spanish Distrito 14 documented an album in Frankfurt, Germany, that was never released. After playing beneath the titles of Pécora Jarris and Ira, the music group reunited in 1988, starting for Dr. Feelgood. A demonstration made by Ollie Halsall allowed the group to obtain a record deal, documenting an EP known as Dias De Gloria, released by EMI in 1993, accompanied by Un Cielo Lo Sabe. Quickly, Distrito 14 teamed up with John Evans, founding an unbiased label called Un Milagro, issuing La Calle Del Sol. In Oct of 1996, a live show at Zaragoza’s Auditorium was documented and released in 1997. 2 yrs later on, Distrito 14 got in an ambitious task: documenting live with the Cuban Symphonic Orquestra, producing an album known as A Mitad Del Camino, released by Prames in 1999. 2000’s Reside in Chicago followed.