Always controversial, always himself. Miguel Bose He is at a moment in his life in which he feels ready to tell what he did not say before, be it in his television series on Paramount+, in the autobiographical book “The Son of Captain Thunder”, or in his other book, the most recent, where he tells the unknown details of his own songs.
Titled “Secret history of my best songs”, the book is itself a warning to the reader: each one will read it at their own risk, since the interpretations they thought they had of emblematic songs might not be the same ones that Bosé had at the time of writing them. . Or, perhaps, it will give them a new appreciation for the classics.
“There comes a time in life when the fear of telling certain things is lost. Many of the things that seemed very important, or even sacred, become almost banal, normal; without more importance than what you wanted to give him at the time. So the moment I’m in right now is very calming for me. And you can only do this surrender exercise when you are calm and calm with the memories, with your past, with your work, with all the work you have done.says the artist in an interview with Enrique Planas, a journalist for El Comercio.
The great moment of Miguel Bose
“Secret history of my best songs” is edited by Planeta. It is already on sale in bookstores in Peru, as well as in eBook.
The final episode of “Bosé”, the artist’s biographical series, arrives on Paramount+ this Thursday, December 1.