Luz Casal is a Spanish pop singer, songwriter, and actress born on November
11, 1958, in Boimorto, A Coruña, Spain. She began her music career in the early
1980s and quickly became one of the most popular and successful pop singers in
Casal's first single, "El ascensor," was released in 1980, and it was an instant
hit in Spain. She went on to release many successful albums, including "Luz,"
"Los ojos del gato," "Negra sombra," and "Un ramo de rosas," among others. Her
music is characterized by a unique blend of pop, rock, and folk influences, and
she is known for her distinctive voice and powerful performances.
Throughout her career, Casal has won numerous awards and accolades, including
several Ondas Awards (one of Spain's most prestigious music awards), a Latin
Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Album in 2009, and a Goya Award for Best
Original Song in 2003.
In addition to her music career, Casal has also appeared in several films and TV
shows. She has worked with many other well-known artists, including Paco de
Lucía, Carlos Santana, and Jackson Browne, among others.
Casal is also known for her humanitarian work and has been involved in many
social causes throughout her career. She is an advocate for women's rights and
has worked to raise awareness about domestic violence and other issues affecting
women in Spain.
Overall, Luz Casal is considered one of the most influential and important
Spanish pop singers of the past few decades. Her music and performances have
captivated audiences around the world, and she continues to be a beloved figure
in the Spanish music scene.
* only this song contains music of Vangelis.
It's a Spanish song.
Lyrics by Luz Casal and Carolina Cortés.
Note: Vangelis does not play on this album.
Lyrics only available in the booklet of the
special edition cd 'Almas Gemelas".: This special edition contains the same CD
as the normal edition, with an extra CD of 7 more tracks.