Album: Day By Day Remixes. Day By Day Remixes: Best 1 songs. Tino Casal - Day Bay Day 03:57.
Listen to music from Tino Casal like Embrujada, Eloise & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Tino Casal. Tino Casal (José Celestino Casal Álvarez) born in Asturias in 1950 died in Madrid in 1991 due to a car accident. He belonged to what has been named "La movida madrileña" of the 1980's. Discography: 1. Neocasal (1981) 2. Etiqueta Negra (1983) 3. Hielo Rojo (1984) 4. Lágrimas de Cocodrilo (1987) 5. Histeria (1990).
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José Celestino Casal Álvarez, more commonly known as Tino Casal, (11 February 1950, in Tudela Veguín, Oviedo, Asturias, Spain – 22 September 1991, in Madrid, Spain) was a Spanish singer, songwriter and producer, who was active during La Movida Madrileña (English: The Madrid movement) Tino was the most popular singer in the 80's in Spain. Following a long convalescence, Casal returned in 1987 with a cane and a new album, recorded at Abbey Road Studios. The album, entitled, Lágrimas de cocodrilo (Crocodile Tears), contained his own versions of other artist's songs but also some of his own original recordings. Tino Casal died on 22 September 1991 in a car accident, aged 41. Casal was returning from a nightclub with three other people when, due to excessive speed, the driver of the Opel Corsa lost control of the car and crashed into a lamp post.
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Rainy Day. Relaxation. Born José Celestino Casal Álvarez in Oviedo in 1950, he began his career fronting the bands Los Zafiros Negros and Los Archiduques, and continued to combine his passion for painting with his love of glam rock throughout the '70s. Following a brief stint with the Philips label and production duties for Spanish heavy metal pioneers Obús, he released his first album, Neocasal, in 1981, which spawned the number one single "Champu de Huevo.
Day by Day is a Doris Day album released by Columbia Records on December 17, 1956. The title is an obvious pun, both meaning "on a daily basis" (as implied in the song title) and "(Doris) Day, in the daytime" (and thus leading to a later album entitled Day by Night). The album was issued as Columbia catalog CL-942. All tracks have vocals by Day accompanied by Paul Weston's orchestra.
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