Minogue, Cash, Bowie and AC/DC blend with nostalgia

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By Gabriela Acosta, MWN

Kylie Minogue presents a new album and this time she pays tribute to disco music with her own style. The singer’s 15th material, “Disco,” is created in disco-pop and was released on Nov. 6. The artist shared that the disco sound is living a comeback because the new generations have taken up its essence to fuse it with a more contemporary sound, as has been the case with Dua Lipa (“Don’t start now”), Doja Cat (“Say so”) and Lady Gaga (“Rain on me”).

“Music is something cyclical, and in this new album I want to make a record for adults, something fun to remember that past that is full of memories for many,” the artist shared in a brief interview with Metro.

Minogue recalled that in her childhood she listened to a lot of disco music, which had a great influence on her career.

“My relationship with disco music began around the age of seven. From that moment I fell in love with that genre, which has now been modernized. I feel that in this album I am channeling all my experiences as a child and teenager, but in a mature way.”




David Bowie: Meterobolist

This is the original title of David Bowie’s “The man who sold the world,” which is recovered in the 50th-anniversary edition with a new cover by Mike Weller. 

Release: Nov. 6

Neil Young: Return to Greendale

In 2003, Neil Young and Crazy Horse performed the immersive rock opera together. 

Release: Nov. 6

Ennio Morricone: Secret Morricone

The work of the Italian composer, who died on July 6 at the age of 91, includes 27 tracks, seven of which were unreleased.

Release: Nov. 6

Elton John: Jewel Box

It contains about 60 unreleased tracks. Divided into four parts, full of rarities and B-sides, it contains 148 songs covering his work from 1965 to 2019. 

Release: Nov. 13

AC/DC: Power up

The AC/DC album marks a new stage for the band after six years of absence on stage and is composed of 12 songs co-written by Malcolm Young.

Release: Nov. 13

Johnny Cash: Johnny Cash and the Royal Orchestra

It features the artist’s music with special arrangements. Records range from “Man in Black” and “Ring of Fire” to collaborations in “Girl from the North Country” (Bob Dylan). 

Release: Nov. 13

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