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Joaquín Sabina

Vocalist and songwriter Joaquín Sabina was created in Úbeda, Spain, in Feb 12, 1949. At age 14, he began writing poems, obtaining linked to music as an associate of the teenage rockabilly music group known as Merry Youngs. Sabina’s poetry and music abilities were prolonged to performing while being section of Juan Panadero’s theatrical organization. In 1976, his publication Memorias del Exilio was released and its own lyrics had been Sabina’s motivation to record his 1st recording in 1978. Un Inventario was accompanied by Malas Compañias, the 1st one for CBS. As the artist’s recognition like a songwriter was developing, Sabina’s lyrics began becoming requested by well-known Hispanic performers. In 1985, Sabina remaining CBS, registering to Ariola. Joaquín Sabina con Viceversa was documented live during two effective displays performed at Salamanca Theatre on Feb 14 and 15, 1986. The next studio record arrived in 1987. Resort, Dulce Hotel offered over 400,000 copies. In 1992, Sabina continued tour, performing nearly 200 shows all over the world. In 1997, the designer was named the very best Spanish Rock and roll and Pop Songwriter from the Spanish Songwriters Association (SGAE). Nos Sobran los Motivos adopted three years later on. In 2001 Sabina experienced a stroke however returned towards the studio inside a yr to record 2002’s Dímelo en la Calle. The recording Alivio de Luto found its way to 2005 and 2 yrs afterwards — following a effective globe tour with Spanish vocalist Joan Manuel Serrat — the live record Dos Pájaros de un Tiro premiered. Sabina returned in ’09 2009 with Vinagre con Rosas, supported by the youthful duo Pereza, who helped supply the record some musical punch. Sabina teamed up once more with Serrat for the discharge of 2012’s La Orquesta del Titanic.

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