Itziar Yagüe toured the Madrid circuit with bands of various styles, debuted in the theater with a big band and conquered the blues and swing dance scene in Madrid, until she decided to focus exclusively on her own project. In it she revealed herself as the author of emotional, personal songs, in which she displays her passion for the danceable rhythms of New Orleans (Delicious), her capacity for lyricism (Red River) or her devotion to classic female blues (Daddy’s gone for good) without leaving aside romanticism (We make a good team, What if it were you), vindication (Not a doll), or introspection (A life without love).