From The Art and Popular Culture Encyclopedia
She became famous in the early 1980s, and remained as an important figure in Spanish pop music all through said decade and beyond, with her sound gradually maturing towards soft adult pop. She recorded a cover version of Étienne Daho's French language song "Duel au Soleil" in Spanish called "Un nuevo día brillará", which became a hit song.
In January of 2007, Luz Casals was diagnosed with breast cancer and underwent an operation at the Ruber Clinic in Madrid.
Her first name, Luz, means “light” in Spanish.
- El ascensor (1980)
- Luz (1982)
- Luz V (1989)
- A contraluz (1991)
- Como la flor prometida (1995)
- Pequeños y grandes éxitos (1996)
- Un mar de confianza (2000)
- Con otra mirada (2002)
- Sencilla alegría (2005)