Biography of Rafael Amor (1948-VVVV)

Argentine, natural songwriter of Buenos Aires. Iconoclastic, agitator and non-conformist with the society of his time, his songs are characterized by contain some humorous letters and certain social content. Come to Madrid in 1973, their song "Do not call me stranger" became the anthem of the exiles at that time difficult and troubled, and its composition was behind "Will go where tyrant". Despite the fact that he performed in Madrid locals more engaged politically then, his music did not stop on this issue of open protest. Rafael Amor is, perhaps above all, a poet, a lyrical soul of enormous sensitivity. On stage, his absolute dedication is matched only by outright humanity that dislodges his body. Their albums include live with love and the chrysalis and other miracles (1998).