Cánovas, Rodrigo, Adolfo y Guzmán, also known as CRAG, was a Spanish pop quartet, born in 1974. They only published three LP, and their success did not come in their beginnings, although they have been seen later as one of the best Spanish bands. Even their LP Señora azul (Hispavoz records) is seen as one of the best Lps of the Spanish Pop. Cánovas (drums) came from Los Módulos, a progressive and psychedellic band (forthcoming); Rodrigo came from Los Pekenikes (see this blog); Adolfo was the vocal and guitar of Los Íberos; and Guzmán, alng with Rodrigo, came from Solera.
Señora azul, that become the CRAG most known song has been taken as a critic to Franco, and the censorship, although CRAG alleged that this song was against music critics. As to me, I think this song talks about a lot of situations I have seen many times everyhere. Anyway, this is a beautiful song. Enjoy!