20.000 Meilen unter dem Meer

It was the past weekend, when I was gently invited to record a music session of the ancient times, when,here in Europe, in the early nineties, it was Liverpool, it was Madchester... And it was Badcelona . In those fury days there was a place called FistBar!, a hellishavantgarde factory where all the new media and craft attitudes from the young europeans met, comfortably chilled with a bar service, filled with the best beers and whiskeys from all over the modern world.

Last Sunday,  I get an invitation by Mr. Nemo - principal gang leader of the podcast radio programme '20.000 Leguas de Viaje Submarino' -.  An invitation to record an aural travel of what-did-they-mean those years; a 160min music discourse they have fixed and edited in a session that you might want to listen here.

Madchester Sessions - DELFIN, May 2012

This fictional travel reproduces what that "Manchester" sound meant to some of us, then and still now, from a perspective.

 A bunch full of memories and factories, of dreams and youth. 

20.000 Leguas de Viaje Submarino is a radio program for listeners from Radio Universidad de Concepción-Chile, actually emitting a Sunday Live emission through the airwaves and via streaming on the Internet simultaneously.

The funniest thing is that I have never been in Chile, yet. 

My wish is that you like the session as much as I have enjoyed recording it.

For your ears only.

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