13 enero, 2011

Neil Young en Rock’s Backpages Library

 

Neil Young

A veces no se encuentra las cosas más insospechadas en el sitio más inesperado.

Algo así me ha pasado con esta revista, Rock’s Backpages, al ir a curiosear un par de artículos que compartían libremente, sin suscripción (los dos primeros nada más).

Cuando he pedido que me muestre otros artículos, la lista que me ha salido es lo más parecido que hay a una biografía de la carrera musical de Neil, solo que se va picoteando en los hitos más importantes de cada momento.

Por cierto, esta foto de Neil con cara de Forrest Gump se debe al objetivo de Pegi Young.

 

Estos dos primeros son libres y puedes leerlos completos:

Neil Young: Unsettling Looseness
Live Review by David Rensin, Music World, June 1973
WRITING ANYTHING about Neil Young is always a labor of love, but the tendency to be both overly critical and sympathetic concerning his artistic fluctuation always ...

Neil Young: Still a Young Man's Game
Interview by David Sinclair, The Times, May 2003
HE CALLED one of his albums Rust Never Sleeps. But does Neil Young ever sleep? In the 12 months since he last played in Britain, the ...

 

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Neil Young's Crazy Horse In Club Bow
Live Review by Stephen M H Braitman, Van Nuys News, March 1969
THE TROUBADOUR in Hollywood just may acquire the reputation as the showcase for new groups emanating from the ashes of the now defunct Buffalo Springfield. ...

Neil Young: What It's Worth
Essay by Greil Marcus, Good Times, August 1969
NEIL YOUNG used to be number one or number two man with the Buffalo Springfield, depending on your taste; after the group broke up for various ...

Neil Young: After The Gold Rush
Review by Mark Williams, Oz, 1970
To start with Nell Young ain't tryin' anything flashy – he does what he knows and he does it with the perfection of a trained craftsman. ...

Stills and Young
Interview by Richard Williams, Melody Maker, January 1970
"DON'T BUILD me up into a pop star. I'm no different from you or anybody else. It's just that, because I'm a musician, I can put ...

Neil Young: Songs of Innocence, Songs of Restraint
Profile and Interview by Robert Greenfield, Fusion, April 1970
NEIL YOUNG HAS A voice like a sunrise, fresh with promise, wise with years and practice, something you turn to for light encouragement and ...

Neil Young : A Statement of a Single Man
Live Review by John Morthland, Rolling Stone, April 1970
Neil Young: Contra Costa Junior College, SF
EVERYTHING about Neil Young’s approach to music has become so highly personalized that ...

Neil Young: Neil Gave Everything — And They Asked For More
Live Review by Richard Williams, Melody Maker, March 1971
Neil Young: Royal Festival Hall, London ...

Neil Young: Harvest
Review by John Mendelsohn, Rolling Stone, March 1972
At the end of this, five'll getcha ten, most of you are going to be exclaiming lividly, "O what vile geeks are rock critics! How quick ...

Neil Young: Time Fades Away (Warner-Reprise)
Review by Nick Kent, NME, October 1973
NEIL YOUNG didn't really have too much to say after the days with the Buffalo Springfield. ...

Neil Young: The Naked Cowboy Fresh Out Of Beans
Essay by Andrew Tyler, NME, November 1973
EXPERIMENTS IN college dormitories with electrodes, erectoids and heat-meters show that the most consequential moment of a stripper's act is just prior to the panties being ...

Nils Lofgren: Crazy Horse, Neil Young, Grin All That Mob
Interview by Chris Briggs, ZigZag, December 1973
1973 HAS BEEN the year that saw legendary heroes hit the floor. Bryan Ferry lampooned Bob Dylan in a sordid attempt to establish his own credentials. ...

Neil Young: Time Fades Away
Review by Bud Scoppa, Rolling Stone, January 1974
THIS ALBUM may do for Neil Young's declining image what Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid did for Dylan's. But like Dylan's much-maligned movie soundtrack LP, ...

Neil Young: On The Beach
Review by Ian MacDonald, NME, August 1974
RIGHT NOW NEIL YOUNG is in kind of an invidious position. On The Beach is his equivalent of Lennon's Plastic Ono Band album in terms of ...

The Neil Young Story Part One: Expecting To Fly
Retrospective by Andy Childs, ZigZag, December 1974
WITHOUT ANY doubt, one of the musical highlights of this year was the memorable concert held at Wembley Stadium a few months back. A day when ...

The Neil Young Story Part 2: The Lights Turned On And The Curtain Drawn
Retrospective by Andy Childs, ZigZag, March 1975
LAST TIME we traced the stormy, erratic career of the fabulous Buffalo Springfield – up until the time Neil Young left them to be replaced by ...

Neil Young: Tonight's The Night
Review by Bud Scoppa, Phonograph Record, June 1975
...At the canyon bottom, four cruisers were spinning blue light; there was an ambulance and four civilian cars, all balanced on the sloping shoulder of the ...

Tonight's the Night: Play It Loud and Stay in the Other Room!
Interview by Bud Scoppa, NME, June 1975
NEIL YOUNG isn't out to win any popularity contest. Just as he reached the top of the heap three years ago with the huge-selling Harvest, Young ...

Neil Young: Tonight's the Night (Reprise)
Review by Wayne Robins, Creem, September 1975
IF YOU THOUGHT Berlin was depressing, wait till you hear Tonight's the Night. Even the label is black. It is an album of resolute drugginess and ...

Neil Young: The Unwilling Superstar
Interview by Bud Scoppa, Creem, November 1975
NEIL YOUNG ISN'T out to win any popularity contests. Just as he reached the top of the heap three years ago with the huge-selling Harvest, Young ...

Neil Young: Tonight's The Night
Review by Andy Childs, ZigZag, November 1975
AS I HOPE I've made clear in previous articles, Neil Young ranks in my estimation as THE singer/songwriter...I play his records extensively and regularly for the ...

Neil Young: Zuma (Warner Bros.)
Review by Chris Briggs, Street Life, November 1975
THE FIRST real Crazy Horse album since Everybody Knows catches Young on his left foot backing off broken romance. ...

Neil Young: Zuma
Review by Ken Barnes, Phonograph Record, December 1975
Now I remember why I used to rave about Neil Young... ...

Neil Young and Crazy Horse: Zuma
Review by Bud Scoppa, Rolling Stone, January 1976
"It's another rock & roll album. A lot of instrumental things... it's about the Incas and the Aztecs. It takes on another personality. It's like being ...

Neil Young: Young And In Love
Live Review by Barbara Charone, Sounds, April 1976
Neil Young: Hammersmith Odeon, London ...

Stills Young: Long May You Run
Review by Andy Childs, ZigZag, November 1976
IF THE music on this album had in any way matched up to the exceptionally heavy vibes surrounding its making then we would surely have had ...

Neil Young & Crazy Horse: Palladium Theatre, NYC
Live Review by Chris Charlesworth, Melody Maker, November 1976
NEW YORK Only an artist with the charisma and talent of Nell Young could perform with a lacklustre band such as the current Crazy Horse and ...

Stills-Young Band: Long May You Run
Review by John Morthland, Creem, February 1977
WHAT A CURIOUS "COLLABORATION" this turns out to be. Neil Young, whose career is at a new critical peak and isn't hurting commercially either, lends a ...

Neil Young: American Stars ’n Bars (Reprise)
Review by Bud Scoppa, Phonograph Record, June 1977
Superstar-turned-cult-attraction Young has thrown a change of pace by serving up a tasty platter of palatable musical morsels. Long considered the godfather of agony rock (for ...

Neil Young: American Stars'n'Bars (Reprise)
Review by Nick Kent, NME, June 1977
Neil: bad judgment...or just a bad liver? ...

Neil Young: Decade
Review by Vivien Goldman, Sounds, November 1977
I WAS listening seriously to music before Neil Young, but I can't remember what it was. ...

Neil Young: Decade
Review by Andy Childs, ZigZag, December 1977
ONE OF the most immediately likeable things about this album besides the very impressive packaging, is that it doesn't purport to be a Best Of or ...

Neil Young: Decade (Reprise)
Review by Mitchell Cohen, Creem, March 1978
First off, I'm only Canadian on my mother's side. ...

Neil Young: Comes A Time
Review by Paul Rambali, NME, October 1978
NELLIE YOUNG COMES A CROPPER ...

Neil Young & Crazy Horse: The Forum, Los Angeles
Live Review by Sylvie Simmons, Sounds, November 1978
COMES A time when even Neil Young has to do something different with his live shows than the acoustic set followed by hard-rock-with-band bit. ...

Neil Young And Crazy Horse: Clarkston, Michigan
Live Review by Susan Whitall, Creem, December 1978
CLARKSTON, MI (Outside Detroit, MI): The sign outside the open air theatre said "RUST NEVER SLEEPS... AN EVENING WITH NEIL YOUNG AND CRAZY HORSE". ...

Neil Young: Live Rust (Reprise)
Review by Peter Silverton, Sounds, 1979
THE WORD is, of course, survivor. Just Neil left on the Reprise label and Neil being the only remnant of the sixties still hanging in there ...

Crazy Horse: In Full Gallop
Profile and Interview by Dave Zimmer, BAM, January 1979
SAN FRANCISCO – During the past several years Billy Talbot, Ralph Molina, and Frank Sampedro played before standing room only crowds in some of the largest ...

Neil Young: Rust Never Sleeps (Reprise)
Review by Nick Kent, NME, June 1979
GOD KNOWS, you're at liberty to draw your own conclusions as to why Rust Never Sleeps is the masterpiece it so obviously is, but the whys ...

Neil Young: Hawks & Doves
Review by Cynthia Rose, NME, November 1980
SOME TIME ago. Neil Young produced American Stars And Bars – originally intended as a concept album which would offer one set of songs about American ...

Neil Young: Too Young To Rust Too Old To Die
Essay by Robot A. Hull, Creem, February 1981
In Oklahoma,
Bonnie and Josie,
Dressed in calico,
Danced around a stump.
They cried,
"Ohoyaho,
Ohoo"...the marriage
Celebrating
Of flesh and air.
– Wallace Stevens, ‘Life Is Motion’

He came dancing across the water With ...

Neil Young: A Bad Case Of The Shakes…
Live Review by Chris Bohn, NME, October 1982
Neil Young: Birmingham NEC ...

Neil Young: When Does a Dinosaur Cut Off Its Tail?
Interview by Richard Cook, NME, October 1982
"I don't know if I can be classed as a contemporary songwriter. I'm like a dinosaur with a large tail – I'm so big I have ...

Neil Young: Trans
Review by Barney Hoskyns, NME, January 1983
HOW TO follow The Birthday Party's The Bad Seed with Neil Young's Trans? How to link the electronic transmigration of Neil Young with the last cries ...

Neil Young: Everybody's Rockin (Geffen)
Review by Penny Reel, NME, August 1983
AT LEAST Neil Young has yet resisted rejoining Crosby, Stills and Nash, although this foray into rockabilly pastiche is hardly much less regressive than ...

Neil Young: Old Ways
Review by Edwin Pouncey, Sounds, August 1985
ARE YOU ready for the country yet? If bands like the Long Ryders and Jason And The Scorchers (both of whom owe an enormous musical debt ...

Neil Young: Old Ways Diehard
Profile and Interview by Adam Sweeting, The Guardian, September 1985
The old Crosby, Stills and Nash hippie has taken on a new redneck colouration with firm roots in country music. Adam Sweeting looks back from Neil ...

Neil Young: Legend Of A Loner (part 1)
Interview by Adam Sweeting, NME, September 1985
NEIL YOUNG is one of rock's most enduring heroes. From Buffalo Springfield to Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young to his own brilliant, if erratic, solo career, ...

Neil Young: Legend Of A Loner (part 2)
Interview by Adam Sweeting, NME, September 1985
He's back! In part two of Adam Sweeting's definitive epic, NEIL YOUNG explains the gentle art of growing old ...

Neil Young: Blue Notes for a Restless Loner
Interview by Dave Zimmer, BAM, April 1988
THE ROBERT De Niro of rock 'n' roll, Neil Young has continually transformed himself throughout his career and inhabited musical characters in much the same manner ...

Neil Young: You Sort It Out!
Report and Interview by Mark Cooper, Q, November 1989
The drugged and the destitute, the needy and the greedy, unrest between East and West...Don't ask Neil Young where it's all leading. "I'm just a vehicle," ...

Neil Young: This Young Will Run and Run
Interview by Nick Kent, Vox, November 1990
NEIL YOUNG'S manager Elliot Roberts told me: "He's doing interviews now because he's got things he wants to say. There's a lot of things going on ...

Neil Young: Rustic Never Sleeps
Interview by Gavin Martin, NME, November 1992
"GEE, IT'S LIKE being in a waiting room, the doctor will see you now." Neil Young has just taken a three-minute break between the arrival of ...

Neil Young: Harvest Moon
Review by Mark Cooper, Q, December 1992
TRUST THAT CONTRARY old buzzard Neil Young to come up with something as cunning and contrary as this "sequel" to 1972's Harvest, his biggest-selling record to ...

Neil Young: Got A Problem Pal?
Interview by David Sinclair, Q, January 1993
Neil Young is back with a new LP and an all-consuming grievance. Lately, something has been getting the old goat's goat like nothing before. That something ...

Neil Young: Sleeps With Angels
Review by Gavin Martin, NME, August 1994
PETE TOWNSHEND got it right when he said, "Neil Young? Neil's the leader – the rest of us just follow him." Young may have started life ...

Neil Young: Out Of The Black
Essay by Ben Thompson, Mojo, September 1994
"Last night I dreamt I kissed Neil Young / If I was a boy I guess it would be fun." Sonic Youth, Creme Brulee, ...

Neil Young: A Rougher Ride
Essay by Barney Hoskyns, Mojo, September 1994
TWENTY-FIVE YEARS after it was recorded at Sunset Sound in Los Angeles, 'Cinnamon Girl' sounds like it was cut the day before yesterday on a battered ...

Neil Young: a conversation with Elliott Roberts
Interview by Barney Hoskyns, Mojo, September 1994
FEW OTHER artist/manager relationships have endured as long as the one between Neil Young and Elliot Roberts. It is nearly 30 years since the lanky, shambling ...

Neil Young: A Heretic Writes
Comment by Dave Marsh, Mojo, September 1994
"Coming to the conclusion that he was a second-rank artist scared the hell out of even a veteran heretic like myself." Neil Young unpraised by Dave ...

Neil Young: Sleeps With Angels
Review by Bill Holdship, Musician, October 1994
IT'S A LITTLE LIKE San Francisco weather: If you don't care for Neil Young's musical style at any given moment, wait a while and it'll change. ...

Neil Young: Mirror Ball
Review by Ben Thompson, Mojo, August 1995
It revolves slowly and with a dignified air of formality, and when light shines on it you get a strange dappled effect. That effect, for all ...

Neil Young: Journey Through The Past
Retrospective by Marc Weingarten, Guitar World, September 1995
Neil Young is the ageless chameleon of rock. In this history of his long and distinguished career, Guitar World traces his evolution from hippie icon to ...

Neil Young: Oh But I Was So Much Older Then
Interview by Mark Cooper, Q, September 1995
THE NIGHT before he is due to sit in for the encores of Pearl Jam's massive June 24 show at the Polo Field in San Francisco's ...

Neil Young: The Reading Festival
Live Review by Barney Hoskyns, Mojo, October 1995
IT'S THE END OF SUMMER, and the temperature is plummeting. A vicious wind whips up the dustbowl that the Reading Festival site has become over the ...

I Build Something Up, I Tear It Right Down: Neil Young at 50
Interview by Nick Kent, Mojo, December 1995
"IN THE FIELD OF opportunity/it's ploughing time again" crooned Neil Young back in the late 70s. Yet at no time have those eager sentiments seemed more ...

Contract Breakers
Essay by Mark Sinker, The Wire, June 1996
2005 note: Savage Pencil did a nice illustration for this: John and Yoko hilariously naked, among other excellent things. It also elicited an angry postcard from ...

Neil Young & Crazy Horse: Broken Arrow
Review by Andy Gill, Mojo, July 1996
WELL, AT LEAST IT'S NOT THE THREATENED LIVE souvenir of Neil's time with Pearl Jam, which comes out later this year; and mercy of mercies, neither ...

Neil Young with Crazy Horse: Broken Arrow
Review by Barney Hoskyns, Request, August 1996
NINE MONTHS AGO, I stood in a field in England watching Neil Young close the Reading Festival and realized the following: If you can play a ...

Neil Young and Crazy Horse: Phoenix Festival, Long Marston, Stratford-upon-Avon
Live Review by Sylvie Simmons, Mojo, September 1996
ANOTHER DAY, ANOTHER field. Phoenix smells of tent-rubber and scorching skin, the crowd red and sweating like vacuum-packed beetroot. They’ve survived the eight-hour, 12-mail tailbacks. They’ve ...

Crazy Horse: Ralph, Billy, Poncho... and Neil
Interview by Sylvie Simmons, Mojo, 1997
THERE'S A SCENE in Year Of The Horse, looks like one of those scenic theme park rides, where Neil Young and crewperson are sitting talking about ...

Neil Young: Instant Feedback
Interview by Sylvie Simmons, Mojo, July 1997
Neil Young plus electricity plus us, the ticket-holders. It's been a volatile but vital combination for over three decades. On the eve of the great man's ...

Neil Young at Heart
Essay by Mick Gold, unpublished, 1998
IT MUST HAVE been 1969 or 1970. There was a rave review of Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere in Rolling Stone and I bought it from ...

Neil Young: "You're All Just Pissing In the Wind"
Essay by Ian MacDonald, Uncut, September 1998
RIGHT NOW, Neil Young is in kind of an invidious position. On The Beach is his equivalent of Lennon's Plastic Ono Band album in terms of ...

Neil Young: At the Wiltern Theatre, Los Angeles
Live Review by Dave DiMartino, Mojo, May 1999
A MAN less heard unadorned than in context – be it with Crazy Horse, Pearl Jam, The Bluenotes, the Stray Gators, the Shocking Pinks, or ...

CSNY: Love The Ones You're With
Profile by Barney Hoskyns, GQ, April 2000
Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young - the ultimate rock supergroup - have been through the wars since first teaming up in 1969. Now the Woodstock generation’s ...

Neil Young: Are You Passionate? (Reprise)
Review by Bud Scoppa, Rock's Backpages, April 2002
NEIL YOUNG'S new studio opus opens with a quintessentially sultry Stax/Volt groove, courtesy of the Booker T. & the MGs rhythm section, over which Young’s unmistakable ...

Neil Young: Are You Passionate? (WEA) **
Review by Ian MacDonald, Uncut, May 2002
YOUNG GOES Stax, trips over ...

Bio Warfare: Why did Neil Young try to squelch Shakey?
Comment by Marc Weingarten, salon.com, May 2002
SHAKEY, A 786-PAGE biography of Neil Young that's just been published, almost wasn't. For that reason, it serves as an apt metaphor for the way Neil ...

Neil Young: Brixton Academy, London, 21st May
Live Review by Tim Clifford, Rock's Backpages, June 2002
NEIL YOUNG'S in a pretty unassailable position these days: revered by everyone from fresh-faced teens to grizzled pensioners of the Woodstock generation, and free to follow ...

Neil Young: Brixton Academy, London
Live Review by Sylvie Simmons, Mojo, July 2002
DANGEROUS PLACE, Brixton. Neil Young figured he should alert the 4,300 fans who packed out his first night at the Academy that if he played much ...

Shakey: Neil Young's biography by Jimmy McDonough
Book Review by Adam Sweeting, Uncut, September 2002
MOST ROCK stars realise they need to plug the new album and stir up column inches when concert tickets go on sale, but eventually it becomes ...

Neil Young: "Will I be deported?"
Interview by Adam Sweeting, The Guardian, May 2003
IT IS DIFFICULT to find supportive things to say about George Bush unless your construction company is rebuilding Iraq, but it would be a droll irony ...

A Family Album: Neil Young's Risky New Project Traces A Fictional Clan's Story In Song
Report by Phil Sutcliffe, Los Angeles Times, July 2003
LONDON -- Sitting on a stool amid a half-circle of racked guitars, two pianos and a pipe organ, lit by candles and an overhead spotlight that ...

Neil Young: On The Beach
Essay by Charles Shaar Murray, The Independent, July 2003
IT USED to be said of performers like country legend Jimmie Rodgers and Delta bluesman Skip James that they had "that high lonesome sound". No one ...

Neil Young: Greendale
Review by Andy Gill, The Independent, August 2003
NEIL YOUNG is probably the most overindulged talent in rock: overindulged by his record company, who let him put out whatever old rubbish he has lying ...

Neil Young: Hammersmith Apollo, London
Live Review by Barney Hoskyns, Uncut, September 2003
SO HE hasn't made a truly compelling record since 1994's Sleeps With Angels. So he's been treading water with sleepy albums like Silver and Gold and ...

Greendale's Grandpa: Neil Young
Interview by Phil Sutcliffe, Q, September 2003
A WHITE PICKET FENCE, a neat clapboard house, smoke drifting from the chimney. Grandpa Green's rocking on the front porch, reading the paper. He says, "You ...

Neil Young's Last Harvest
Interview by Edward Helmore, The Independent, September 2005
"WELCOME TO Fortress Blair," says Neil Young, offering his ...

Neil Young: Prairie Wind (Reprise) ***
Review by Phil Sutcliffe, Mojo, November 2005
FACT SHEET
• Back to Nashville and without Crazy Horse.
• Recorded either side of his recent health scare.
• First album of a long-term contract renewal with ...

Neil Young In Nashville
Interview by Robert Sandall, Sunday Times Magazine, November 2005
HIS COMPLEXION is perhaps a little ruddier than we're used to but otherwise Neil Young is looking pretty good for a man who turns 60 in ...

Neil Young: Dark Side of the Moon
Report and Interview by Jaan Uhelszki, Harp, December 2005
NEIL YOUNG has long-plotted his life around the phases of the moon. Ancient and antediluvian, prehistoric and prescentient but strangely effective, Young uses the moon as ...

Canyon of the Mind: Tall Tales of Topanga Rock
Retrospective by Barney Hoskyns, Calabasas, Summer 2005
REMOVE THE WORD "Canyon" from the glossary of Southern California rock and you're left with a gaping hole. Canyons have been inseparable from LA's music scene ...

Jimmy McDonough: Shakey - Neil Young's Biography
Book Review by Craig W. Thomas, Rock's Backpages, Fall 2005
INTO MY HOLIDAY knapsack this year I tucked a biography of Lowell George that a friend had lent me, and I picked it up on day ...

Brush With Death Leaves Troubadour Grateful: Heart of Gold
Report and Interview by Steven R Rosen, Denver Post, February 2006
JONATHAN DEMME orders orange juice for himself, Neil Young and a reporter at downtown's Zoom Restaurant in Park City, Utah - a refreshing way to begin ...

Neil Young: Live at the Fillmore East
Review by Barney Hoskyns, Uncut, January 2007
IN THE CONTINUING absence of his Archives we clutch at any morsels dispensed from Neil Young's table. Long a live bootleg classic - as well as ...

Neil Young: 'The Time When Music Could Change The World Has Passed'
Interview by Stephen Dalton, Scotland on Sunday, February 2008
As Neil Young prepares to open his UK tour with a rare gig in Scotland, he tells Stephen Dalton why this time war, hatred and politics ...

Deja Viewed: Neil Young on CSNY and Living with War
Interview by Stephen Dalton, unpublished, June 2008
NEIL YOUNG IS in mischievous mood this morning. Sinking into his plush hotel armchair, the veteran Canadian rocker keeps his distance behind mirror shades and a ...

Monumental: Neil Young's Archives, Vol. 1
Review by Barney Hoskyns, Rock's Backpages, May 2009
NOTE: This is an extended version of a review written in a Belfast hotel room for the Observer Music Monthly. ...

Forever Young: Rick Rosas
Interview by Greg Phillips, Guitar and Bass, September 2009
Few are those musicians who bend enough to keep pace with Neil Young’s ever-changing whims. Rick ‘The Bass Player’ Rosas has done just that for over ...

see also Buffalo Springfield

see also Crazy Horse

see also Crosby Stills Nash and Young

3 comentarios:

manologranpa dijo...

Jodó vaya recopilacion para ponerse al día. Gracias Antonio

Xan dijo...

a ver...y digo yo (que de inglés ni papa....que carallo hago con toda esa información si no la entiendo?).
No podriamos "montar" una editorial o algo por el estilo para ir traducciendo todo lo que hay sobre Neil. A lo mejor entre todos hasta podriamos pagar los derechos de autor y publicar algunas cosas.
es algo que dejo para pensarlo.

yourisaforever dijo...

Xan, "todo" es un poco mucho para mi, pero dime artículos en concreto que te interesen y lo hago. Lo de los derechos de autor en caso de traducciones me lo tendréis que explicar como funciona...Un abrazo,
Isa