Zara, the world’s largest clothing retailer specializing in fast fashion, wants play music in your living room.
Zara Home has launched the Music Collection with an exciting selection of products including: a turntable, music table, headphones, speakers and iconic records.
In addition, Zara Home offers a selection of 10 albums, one per decade from the 1950s to the present, which includes:
–Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong . The world’s greatest jazz vocalist and the most influential instrumentalist of this genre collaborated in 1956 to offer us the songs of the most important songwriters of the time (George Gershwin, Irving Berlin, Hoagy Carmichael…) at the top of their careers with the star quartet comprised of Oscar Peterson on piano, Buddy Rich on drums, Herb Ellis on guitar and Ray Brown on bass.
–Massive Attack. Released in 1994, Protection is the second album of the British trip-hop group Massive Attach. It combines elements of different genres such as rap, soul, jazz and electronic music, resulting in one of the most critically acclaimed albums of the decade.
-Norah Jones. Norah Jones’ debut album in 2002 includes songs from the artist herself and from other great composers such as Carmichael or Jessie Harris. In it, the multifaceted artist uses her sensual voice to fuse styles such as folk, vocal jazz, blues and pop rock.
-Florence + the Machine. Ceremonials, the second studio album of the English band led by Florence Welch, was released in 2011 and has a sound inspired by soul music and indie rock. Critically acclaimed, it shows Florence at her very best, from the most sensitive record to the most energetic.
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