Life Biography of Joaquin Sabina
In 1983 releases 'Russian Roulette' and two years later 'Judge and jury'. His political concerns led him to participate in the anti-NATO. Conversely Work with disk "Joaquin Sabina and vice versa." After a stint in training "Visice Versa", began his solo career with the greatest impact: 400,000 copies sold of "Hotel Sweet Hotel" (87) and a massive presentation in Sales of "The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit" (88), LP to take you on a tour of Latin America.The 90's was his commitment to grassroots level and musical. "Physics and chemistry" (92) and "This mouth is mine" (94) placed him among the most respected authors in Spain. Songs like And they gave us ten or On the boulevard of broken dreams (dedicated to the singer Chavela Vargas) were popular successes. At this time his two daughters born to Elizabeth Oliart and supports the United Left in the general elections of 93.
In 1998 he published "Intimate Enemies" with composer Fito Paez. Despite the high cost of gestation, the two egos fight at the beginning of the tour together and end up canceling all performances.Joaquin Sabina settles accounts with the public the following year with "19 days and 500 nights", an album which has sold over half a million copies in Spain and has earned four of the Music Awards of 2000 SGAE (including best artist, pop artist, album and song). In 2000 Joaquin Sabina published "Sabina y Cia us plenty of reasons", a double album containing an acoustic tour of theaters "We are plenty of reasons" and an electric show of the tour of large venues "19 days and 500 nights" . After recovering from a serious illness, has a new studio album, 'Tell me in the street'. Recorded between October 2001 and September 2002, production was done by two faithful and knowledgeable staff Joaquin Sabina, such as Antonio Garcia Diego and Pancho Varona. The album features the collaboration of Pasion Vega to the chorus of "The most beautiful song in the world" and Santiago Segura who sings a duet with Sabina "Semos Different", a song that is included as a Bonus Track. In 2003 Joaquin Sabina published "Journal of a pedestrian "a double CD that includes his latest album," Tell me in the street "and a CD with 12 new songs and two video clips on a track past interactive media. All in a deluxe format with a book illustrated by Sabine himself.