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Miguel Bosé

Erstellt von Veja, 10.07.2005, 15:19 Uhr · 2 Antworten · 915 Aufrufe

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    Ich würde gerne mehr über diesen spanischen Sänger erfahren, die Biographien, die ich gefunden habe, waren leider alle auf spanisch, und mein spanisch ist leider nicht mehr so besonders gut. Ist sein Erfolg eigentlich auf Spanien beschränkt, oder hat er auch irgend einen Hit, den man auch hierzulande kennt/kennen sollte?

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    Miguel Bosé war auch in Italien sehr bekannt. Ich weiss noch, dass er anfang der 80er oft in italienischen Zeitschriften zu sehen war. Meine Grossmutter aus Italien hatte die nämlich immer bei sich zu Hause rumliegen. Sein Hit "Bravi Ragazzi" schaffte es 1982 auf den zweiten Platz der italienischen Jahreshitparade. Ich selber kenne den Song auch von damals, weil "Bravi Ragazzi" damals auch in der Schweiz oft zu hören war. Ein grosser Hit war es aber nicht. Am ehesten findest Du vielleicht noch eine Biographie auf italienisch.

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    multitalent MIGUEL BOSÈ ist in SPANIEN und SÜDAMERIKA bekannt wie ein bunter hund. seine alben erreichen stets die spitzenposition der spanischen charts, und auch als schauspieler ist er ergolgreich. ich besitze alle 14 studio-alben (teilweise in mehrfacher ausführung ,da viele seiner alben auch u.a. in italienischer, französischer oder englischer sprache erschienen sind), zahlreiche "BEST OF"-CDs und eine menge MAXIS. viele seiner songs entfalten ihre wirkung erst in verbindung mit den traumhaften videoclips (zu sehen auf den DVDs los videos oder der limited edition des neuen albums velvetina. als einstieg in die BOSÈ-welt empfehle ich dir die studio-alben salamandra (1986) und xxx (1987). die beste zusammenstellung heisst lo mejor de (1999). ebenfalls ein muss: die DVDs los videos (2001) und das (gemeinsam mit MECANO-sängerin ANA TORROJA gegebene) konzert girados en concierto.

    hier noch eine auch für dich verständliche biografie:

    Son of a famous spanish toreador Luis Miguel Dominguin and of the italian actress Lucia Bosè, Miguel Bosè is an international artist. Grown up immersed in art and culture, he will find very young his way to the success. Miguel was encouraged first of all from Pablo Picasso, who enter Bosè for a well-known dancing school. Due to the strong opposition of his father, Miguel, only fourteen years old, have to abandon the role of Tadzio on the movie "Morte a Venezia" directed by Luchino Visconti. The engagement with the movie word will take two years later, with the movie " Gli eroi milionari" directed by Duccio Tessari. During this period, Miguel is looking for his personal artistic identity. His experiences with cinema are lived like sperimentations, discovering, a first way to a goal that won't take too much time to be found. In 1973 decides to live an important adventure moving to London to discover freedom and to follow a course of economical operator; afterwards Miguel decides to enrol in the Lindsay Kemp's school (teacher also of David Bowie and Kate Bush, to name a few). During his stay in London, Miguel get in touch with the more advanced expression of the English art and culture. After the mime course in the Kemp's school, Miguel decides to enrol in a Maurice Béjart's school in Paris.
    In the 1975 the music comes. Camilo Sesto presents to Miguel a song titled Soy. This is his debut as singer. From the selling point of view, the result is not exiting, but Miguel now knows his way. The first successful LP is "Linda", the title track is a cover of the Italian band Pooh. In the 1978, Bosè achieves his first European success with the second LP self titled Miguel Bosè and particularly with the song "Anna" reaching out a huge european success. In the 1979, this important success is definitively confirmed by the LP Chicas; wher the biggest hit Super Superman is taken out from this LP. During the Eighties, Miguel Bosé is a musical wonder and his name appears everywere in press and tv shows the tours are all sold out, many songs are translated to foreign languages, and a new LP Màs Allà follows up with the same impact. With the new song Bravo Muchachos, Miguel comes again on the top of the charts in Spain, Italy and in Europe. After two LP called "Made in Spain" and "Milano Madrid", in the 1984 a new wave comes with the album Bandido, defined by the music reviews the new face of Miguel Bosé up today. The album is produced by Roberto Colombo and it was a challenge for Miguel, due to the new resonances and the sophisticated musical arrangements. The challenge was winning: Bandido is one of the most important success of Miguel Bosé in Spain and in South America. Unfortunately this LP, released also in Italy, did not received positive reaction from italian audience. Consequently, Miguel Bosé disengages himself to the Italian Musical Market.
    In (1896) followed a high quality LP, Salamandra (1986) and another superb album called XXX in (1987), Miguel Bosè goes on one's way, trying out new electronic resonances. These two albums are recorded and intended for a ripe public, capable to follow the artistic evolution of Miguel. During the Ninety, a new turning point comes along and, with the LP "Los Chicos and Iloran", Miguel steps back to a more commercial style of music and a smashing tour. In the 1993 a new interesting album is released in Spain: "Bajo el Signo de Cain". The following year, the same album is published in England translated in English and later on in Italy translated in Italian. Some songs of this LP are not so commercial, on the contrary a great artistic quality is achieved. With the follow-up album called "Labirinto" Bosè confirms his capability to change style. This CD has a great charm, due to the new artistic ripeness of Miguel. This album is not "easy listening", because of its sophisticated sounds and the searching of a new own musical way. This critically acclamed work is up today, considered the most interesting work of his career. In 1998, the covers album "Once maneras de ponerse el sombrero" see the light. The eleven tracks of this masterpiece work have a hand of the Latin culture of Miguel. This album is very refined and due to the height quality of the songs, the critics all define Miguel as the "Great Interpreter"
    During the 2000, Miguel starts with a long tour around Spain and South America accompanied by Ana Torroja, singer of the band Mecano. The tour is massive and reaches major latin american cities. A double Live CD released afterwards. The 2001 see the release of a new album called Sereno", once again a step back to the past and totally different in comparison with the latest studio projects. During his musical activity, Miguel has never forgot his love for cinema. Let's take this chance to to remember the most famous success, "High Heels" (1991), directed by the great Almodovar, "Mazzepa" (1993), "The Queen Margot" (1994), " Libertarias" (1995), Involved also in sperimental and fine theatre projects like "Il Martirio di San Sebastian", produced by Fura dels Baus where Miguel plays as a storyteller; Miguel plays also a recital including poetries by Rafael Alberti e Pablo Neruda. Due to the great attention done by Miguel to all sides of Art, he collaborated with a lot of spanish and foreign artists, Vicente Amigo, Carlos Berlanga, Rafa Sanchez to name a few from a long list of artists. Another interesting musical project "Pedro y el Lobo" was released in (1994) with the orchestra of the Opéra de Lyon, where Miguel plays as a storyteller on one of the most famous classical story of all times: Peter And The Wolf.