On September 4, it is going to be seven years for the reason that demise of Gustavo Cerati. And earlier than the tip of this month of August, which marked the 62nd anniversary of his beginning, nothing higher than to recollect him with two documentaries that document the recording of Right here we go, certainly one of his most praised solo albums by critics and by the general public.
A story of the Cerati Month, It’s now out there for the primary time on the artist’s official YouTube channel, the primary of the 2 productions that enable entry to the intimacy of the method of getting ready and making the penultimate studio album that Cerati recorded.
Directed by Germán Saez, it’s a nice testimony of the recording, with backstage pictures of the periods and an intensive interview to the musician, all filmed between July 2005 and March 2006 in his Unisono studio.
Over the course of the subsequent week, subsequent Tuesday 31 from 19, it is possible for you to to take pleasure in the second a part of the documentary, which covers the tour that Cerati made by Mexico, Argentina, Uruguay, Puerto Rico, the US, Chile, Colombia, Peru and Spain, between June 2006 and Might 2007.
The movie contains extra unique statements from the previous Soda Stereo frontman in addition to testimonials from the musicians who made up his band: Tweety gonzalez, Richard Coleman, Fernando Nalé, Leandro Fresco and Fernando Samalea.
In each instances it’s about materials initially included as extras on the DVD of the identical identify launched in April 2007.
It’s the first time that each documentaries have been formally launched by Sony Music. reveals fascinating new aspects of Cerati’s work, which continues to draw generations of followers, as has been confirmed in latest weeks with the discharge of the unreleased video for the music I don’t imagine you, that since final August 11 already surpassed 1.7 million views on YouTube.
A document that’s nonetheless legitimate
In 2006, Gustavo Cerati launched his eighth solo album, Right here we go. This album, composed of 13 profitable and melancholic songs, toured the world within the framework of 70 live shows all through Latin America, the US and Europe.
It’s maybe essentially the most acknowledged and praised album of Cerati’s profession, primarily as a result of particular mixture that the musician achieved between his and Coleman’s guitars, with a transparent rock reduce, his unmistakable voice and the traditional construction of songs that crossed the passage of time in a outstanding method.
Fifteen years after its presentation, Right here we go is extra present than ever. This yr it grew to become the artist’s hottest album on Spotify, surpassing the 351 million views.
Hits like Crime, his most listened music, that reached greater than 138 million streams), acknowledged with an award for greatest rock music on the 2006 version of the Latin Grammys; Lake within the sky (greater than 39 million), Bye (greater than 86 million), I keep right here (greater than 25 million), and The exeption (with greater than 11 million), make up a combo whose realization is revealed within the documentaries.