Spanish José María Cano was captivated by John Lennon’s music at a age and he soon discovered how to perform guitar. After conference Ana Torroja, an economics college student who loved to sing, both made a decision to begin making music collectively. They were later on became a member of by José María’s more youthful sibling Nacho Cano, developing probably one of the most well-known European techno-pop rings from the 1980s, Mecano. Throughout that period José María Cano made up successful songs such as for example “Mujer Contra Mujer,” which continued to be for seven weeks at the top from the French graphs in 1989, “Aire” and “Hijo De La Luna.” When Mecano split up in 1992, José María Cano began composing and generating for regional and international functions such as for example Massiel, Ana Belén, Chayanne, and Simone, also creating his personal label called Crimson Rat. In the entire year 2000, the designer released his 1st solo album beneath the name of Josecano; the record was co-produced by Tony Carmona.