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Manu Chao - Radio Bemba – Baionarena 2009

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Manu Chao

1. Radio Bemba – Baionarena 2009 (Mp4)

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1- Intro bienvenid
2- Panik Panik
3- El Hoyo
4- Peligro
5- Casa Babylon
6- Tumba
7- Mr Bobby
8- La Primavera
9- Radio Bemba
10- Bienbenido a Tijuana
11- El Viento
12- Monkey
13- Clandestino
14- Desaparecido
15- Rumba de Barcelona
16- La Despedida/Mentira
17- Rainin´ in Paradize
18- A Cosa
19- La Vacaloca
20- Hamburger Fields/Merry Blues
21- Tristeza Maleza
22- Dia Luna Dia Pena
23- Machine Gun
24- Volver, Volver
25- Radio Bemba / Eldorado 1997
26- Mala Vida
27- Sidi H'bibi
28- Radio Bemba
29- Forzando Maquina / Mr. Bobby
30- Me Quedo Contigo (Si Me Das Elegir)
31- La Vida Tombola
32- Ihiver est a kopie
33- Crev la vie-kopie
34- Pinocchio (Viaggio In Groppa Al Tonno)

Manu Chao (vocals, guitar); 
Madjid Fahem (guitar); 
Angelo Mancini (trumpet);
Julio Garcia Lobos (keyboards); 
David Bourguignon (drums); 
Philippe "Garbancito" Teboul (percussion).

Arenes De Bayonne (07/30/2008).

Riding high on the success of La Radiolina (2007), his first internationally released studio album in seven years, Manu Chao embarked on a lengthy tour in 2008 with his band, Radio Bemba, that took him around the world. The live album Baďonarena documents a triumphant concert from the tour that took place in Bayonne, a city in southwestern France in the heart of Basque Country.

The 33-song concert set is spread across two CDs in audio, with a bonus DVD featuring the entire two-and-a-half-hour concert in video plus the promotional videos from La Radiolina and a half-hour documentary, Carnet de Voyage. Baďonarena spans the entirety of Chao's career, from his days in the band Mano Negra ("Mala Vida," "Sidi H'Bibi," "Casa Babylon," "The Monkey," "Machine Gun," "Hamburger Fields") all the way up to La Radiolina, which is represented by a half-dozen songs spread across the concert. There are also old favorites like the title track from his solo album debut, Clandestino (1998), as well as the hits from his second album, Próxima Estación: Esperanza (2001) -- "Merry Blues," "Me Gustas Tú," and "Mr. Bobby" -- along with a lot of material that was performed on his first live album, Radio Bemba Sound System (2002). All that's left out is material from Sibérie M'Était Contéee (2004), the French-language album that was little heard outside France.

While most of the material on Baďonarena should be familiar to longtime fans, the live versions of these songs often diverge from the originals. For instance, "Clandestino" includes a crowd singalong while "La Primavera" (which includes "Me Gustas Tú") veers off into a riotous protest against U.S. president George W. Bush, whom Chao declares to be the world's deadliest terrorist. In some ways, Chao is best heard as a live performer rather than as a studio artist, particularly in terms of energy and crowd involvement (indeed, he seems to draw his energy from the crowd), and so Baďonarena is something of an ideal greatest-hits collection, even if hits like "Me Gustas Tú" aren't performed in a straightforward manner. More than anyone, fans who have heard Chao's albums a hundred times over will enjoy Baďonarena, for the album casts familiar material in a new light.

Newcomers, on the other hand, are better off starting with Radio Bemba Sound System, a double-disc live album from six years earlier that was reissued in 2008 on Nacional Records. It's a better introduction to Chao that includes a lot of the same songs as Baďonarena (with the exception of the La Radiolina material, of course), but they're performed with less haste and rearrangement. ---Jason Birchmeier

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