On these few days I've been at Algeciras (I'm leaving next sunday, coming back to Barcelona) I've been listening to my old records here at home. Almots all my CDs are here, and it's nice always to come back and find them as you left.
In 1998, James Iha, former member of SP; released a solo album that I really loved, 'Let it come down'. It's a small piece of music, with lots of love songs perfect for a rainy day. James Iha was my teenage love and, even today he's awesome for me! He released a new album this year, 'Look to the sky', and I hope he would come to Spain for a gig. It would be great to see him again.
He also have another musical project called Tinted Windows, who are pretty great too :)
Later on I've been listening to another artist that really changed my life when I was a teenage: David Bowie.
I've been a Bowie fan since I was a little girl, as I was a great fan of Labyrinth film and I adored David's characther, Jareth. When I grew up I started to listen to his music, specially to his Ziggy Stardust material.
Last week I watched the BBC's documental 'David Bowie and the story of Ziggy Stardust'. You should all watch it so you would understand an important piece of music's history. David, with Ziggy, changed the point of view about music, fashion and sexuality of the 70s.