Album tribute to Mexican singer Miguel Aceves Mejía (Chihuahua, 1915-2006), world-renowned as "The king of falsetto," which was one of the great interpreters of traditional song from his country. Mejia recorded over a thousand songs of all Mexican folk genres in about 90 albums (not counting compilations) and appeared in over 60 films. This CD offers a selection of 20 songs from the hits of his career.
Face à la " crise des valeurs " et à la " perte des repères ", l'individu semble être devenu le dernier rempart. C'est le mythe inquestionné de " l'individu " que Miguel Benasayag entend remettre en cause dans ce livre iconoclaste.
(Cette édition numérique reprend, à l'identique, la deuxième édition de 2004.) …
Luis Miguel González Bosé (born April 3, 1956), usually known as Miguel Bosé, is a Panamanian-born Spanish musician and actor. Bosé became an honorary Colombian citizen in 2010. Propelled by his famous family and their friends, in 1971, Bosé started a career as an actor, participating in various movies. He quickly won spots on the basis of his talent and good looks alone, rather than his name, and he did study serious acting as well as dancing and singing. However, he did not make that many films, and in 1975 he decided a career change was due and started exploring his talents as a singer. With the assistance of Camilo Blanes he recorded his first singles. Two years later, in 1977, Bosé signed a contract with CBS Records, and he remained with them until 1984.