The Goya performances: Bisbal was a machine, Estopa honored Los Chichos and 'It's over' sounded highly effective | Goya Awards | Cinema | EUROtoday
Raphael, Los Chichos, María Jiménez, Concha Velasco… The musical numbers from the Goya ceremony, held this Saturday in Valladolid with the triumph of The Snow Society (12 awards for Juan Antonio Bayona's movie), They honored the favored Spanish music of gala’s and festivals, that which represents us and that must be remembered in all its richness to confront the all the time tenacious Anglo-Saxon colonization.
The performances on the Spanish movie awards gala are all the time stunning and luckily the idea bears little resemblance to different award ceremonies, whether or not musical, tv or movie, the place nearly all of artists restrict themselves to providing their newest tune or their huge success. Pure, lazy self-promotion. However, on the Goya there’s a good behavior of performing variations or making collaborations which might be nearly all the time surprising and, subsequently, fascinating. That's the way it was on this version and let it proceed, please. This is the stability…
David Bisbal and Amaia, the good couple kitsch
We can put a thousand objections to David Bisbal's music, however what can’t be questioned is his dedication, his situation as a tough employee and that he has labored on a picture that principally consists of being Bisbal: how are the machines? Well, we're advantageous, seeing how the person from Almeria confronted a model of My huge night time, by Raphael, with an eighties sound and surrounded by dancers. Amaia Romero started with a playful piano and a mischievous smile, demonstrating how nicely a singer who, at solely 25 years outdated, has already participated in three awards ceremonies is sweet at masking songs. She after which she invaded (actually) the Bisbal stage, as if she have been at a live performance she addressed the viewers: “How does it sound? “You can't be heard!” You had to see Sigourney Weaver smile and look from side to side to admire how the audience sang. Well-intentioned and with that fake voice, which is already Bisbal's fake voice, she made an effort to ensure that the organizers did not regret including her in the gala. And he got it, damn it. Without a doubt one of the most kitsch of the history of the Goya galas.
Estopa, with sneakers and by Los Chichos
David and José didn't get into much trouble during their first appearance at the Goya. Who is your favorite group? Well that: they bet on I want to be free, of his beloved Los Chichos, a band that by the way faces its farewell tour this year. Jeans, sneakers, t-shirts. This is how the Muñoz brothers introduced themselves. Everyone in their best clothes and they only have a jacket. That's how they are. They were accompanied by a spectacular band, theirs, and the choirs were supported by the phenomenal flamenco voice of Chonchi Heredia. Only the version was effective and David showed that he has to tune up his voice for the duo's imminent tour.
Ana Belén's tribute to Concha Velasco where Los Javis was left over
The tribute to Concha Velasco, who died in December, could not be missed. The presenters were in charge. Ana Belén began with Chica Ye-Ye and then merged it with Mom, I want to be an artist, both hits by Concha Velasco. The veteran singer was good, with some errors in the microphone that went unnoticed thanks to her elegance and that voice full of resources. Then Los Javis came out and tried to sing, but they only screamed. It's healthy to act out on stage, but it's wiser to reserve it for a private party. “We sang kind of well, right?” Calvo and Ambrossi mentioned later in one other part of the gala, and it gave the impression of an apology.
The 'It's over' by María José Llergo, India Martínez and Niña Pastori
Three huge feminine flamenco singers, paying tribute to the indomitable voice and persona of María Jiménez, who died in September. María José Llergo, India Martínez and Niña Pastori carried out It's over, that anthem of female energy within the face of sexist excesses. The spectral tune started, with Llergo's intoxicating melismatic voice, and it instantly grew to become a celebration. The three of them, standing on platforms and filling their voices with rumba. They have been sensational. Good thought to convey them collectively to carry out a tune so related right now and all the time.
Beautiful 'In Memoriam' by Salvador Sobral and Sílvia Pérez Cruz
Salvador Sobral and Sílvia Pérez Cruz have already collaborated on different events. The video of In Moro, A tune they share on the Catalan's newest album, with the 2 singing whereas sitting on the studio flooring and crying, is completely surprising. Extremely delicate, painful, intimate voices. They began singing on the last a part of the gala and a parenthesis opened in our lives. They starred in In Memorial with the theme I attempt to neglect you, a bit by Manuel Alejandro (once more the maestro) and Ana Magdalena many occasions lined. Among others by Hernaldo Zúñiga, Raphael, Rocío Jurado or Alejandro Fernández. Accompanied by a cellist, it was essentially the most thrilling tune of the gala.
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