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Joining the happy crowd behind the TAB door…
July 18, 2018

Green Door” is a popular American song that was first recorded in 1956 by Jim Lowe. This song became a great hit and reached #1 in Billboard chart replacing “Love me tender” by Elvis Presley. In “Green Door”, the singer is obsessed to understand what’s going on behind a mysterious green door that try as he might to go through he will never succeed, and in the lyrics he regrets about it: “All I want to do is join the happy crowd behind the green door”.

In TAB Healthcare, we have the impression that our friends, clients and collaborators never know well enough what we do day-to-day. Even though we endeavour to keep a close communication with them, there is a “green door” that’s difficult to go through. With this blog we are opening up today, we want to open the “TAB door” wide enough. We want you to join us in a club where we will talk about ourselves and our collaborators, the events we attend, the news that move us and the professional projects that inspire us. We want our webpage to go from a still photography to something alive: a place constantly updated, a reflection of our passion for market research and our lust for life.

 Now, since we have used a musical metaphor for our very first post, let’s celebrate this with even more music. We have prepared a playlist with some songs that make us jump for joy, put us in a good mood, and sing in the shower. We’ll start with an electrifying version of “Green Door” by The Cramps and then each of us from the TAB team has chosen a song that makes us feel happy. We hope you like our selection and that you fancy joining the happy crowd behind the TAB door.


  1. “The Green Door” by The Cramps
  2. Marta Tallada: “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun” by Cyndi Lauper
  3. Valentin Perales: “Cheap Thrills” by Sia
  4. Neus de Senespleda: “Still Young” by The Cat Empire
  5. Laura Balada: “The Wolf” by Mumford and Sons
  6. Elisabet Beltran: “Centro di Gravità Permanente” by Franco Battiato
  7. Marga Cosano: “Do It Again” by Röyksopp & Robyn
  8. Mireia Salvadó: “Mambo number 5” by Lou Bega
  9. Pili Soler: “Happy” by Pharrell Williams
  10. Flor Di Stefano: “Close to Me” by Dancing Mood
  11. Marta Ybargüengoitia: “Need Your Love” by Curtis Harding
  12. Néstor Domènech: “Hate to say I told you so” by The Hives