From Raquel Welch to Nacho Duato: the names behind the songs of Miguel Bosé

It has already entered Bosé bookstores. Secret history of my best songs (Espasa), the second volume signed by Miguel Bose. The first, The son of Captain Thunder, a partial autobiography (from his birth to the moment of his first television appearance), worked like a shot and has even been marketed in Italy, the country of origin of his mother, the now deceased actress Lucia Bose. It is understandable that this has encouraged the artist, and the label that released it, to put a new piece on the market, which offers valuable information on the most notable stops on a powerful musical path that spans almost half a century.

This is a book of robust construction, with a size slightly larger than the standard, hard cover, quality paper, lots of colorful photos and a font that makes the use of glasses unnecessary. All this reveals it as an ideal food for fans, and that is excellent news. Because with the previous one his faithful felt disappointed, since they looked for information about the Bosé star in vain, and hence this new installment is interpreted in part as a repair of that void.

We wish to say thanks to the writer of this write-up for this remarkable material

From Raquel Welch to Nacho Duato: the names behind the songs of Miguel Bosé