May 12, 2009

I look out of the window for the girl I knew yesterday


Knowing my interest in dabbling in all things related to Euro-pop and cover songs, one of my Spanish readers far across the Atlantic let me know that musician Antonio Vega Tallés died early this morning in Madrid.

Tallés wrote the 1980 pop song “Chica De Ayer” (featured on this comp of Spanish pop that looks pretty fun), and was also covered by Gigolo Aunts a decade later. Listen to both below -

Chica de Ayer – Nacha Pop

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  • So sad to learn about the decease of Antonio Vega. It was too early for him to leave. Rest in peace and thanks Antonio for such beautiful tunes.

    Emilio Pastrana — May 12, 2009 @ 1:40 pm

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