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thereeldoctor.co.uk » 2 ReadI didn know much about Manu Chao s music apart from a live Clandestino on a limited edition cd Live at Glastonbury s Jazz World Stage and his work on Amadou Mariam s Dimanche Bamako But as soon as I finished this book I bought Manu s first two solo albums Clandestino and Esperanza both of which with their joyous fusion of Latin and Nanny by Chance reggae beats I ve had on constantotation ever since A fascinating well written biog from well Mastering the Art of Self-Sufficiency in New Zealand respected music journalist Peter Culshaw the Indiana Jones of world. A decade ago Manu Chao's band Mano Negra toured Columbia by train negotiating with government troops andebels an episode described at the time negotiating with government troops and ebels an episode described at the time 'less like a ock'n'roll tour like Napoleon's etrea. .
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musician s as well as a journalist s perspective Recommended Brilliants as well as a journalist s perspective Recommended Brilliant insightful A truly inspired biography As a long time Mano Negra and Manu fan I would say that book was great and well writen Good item speedy delivery Manu Chao has become one of our favorite musical artists Especially in this age of the Beibers and Swifts of the world This book tells the tale of a humble man with his heart and mind in the ight place. T from Moscow' He Is A Multi is a multi selling artist who prefers sleeping on friends' floors to five star hotels an anti globalisation activist who hangs out with prostitute activists in Madrid a eclu. .
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everything that had gone before puts a lot of things into place and has opened me up to a whole slewthat had gone before puts a lot of things into place and has opened me up to a whole slew new to me musi. Se who is at home singing in front of 100000 people in stadiums in Latin America or festivals in Europe 'Clandestino' has been five years in the writing as Peter Culshaw followed Manu around the world. ,