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Mano Negra — Out of Time Man
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At the beginning it sounded to me like a very strange cover of "the passenger"...

I liked it more that way :)

Is that Betty or Veronica on the keyboards? I can never remember.
Stop talking over each other!  I am getting a headache!

 

greetings mr. José-Manuel Thomas Arthur Chao -   ** 7 ** 


67nj wrote:
is this the same guy from manu chau?
he is manu chao, and was leader of Mano Negra until they broke up somewhere in the 90`s
is this the same guy from manu chau?
A treat that plants glee in my being
Always nice. :good-vibes: :bananapiano:
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king of bongo...kind of boring
Love Manu Chau, Mano Negra?... try then a bit of Kevin Johansen. Very refreshing.
okobojicat wrote:
Excuse my musical ignorance, is Mano Negra at all related to Manu Chau? The CD is king of Bongo, a dig at Bongo Song by Manu?
As already said, Manu Chau was a member of Mano Negra. Not yet said: Manu Chao's solo albums "Clandestino" and "Próxima Estación Esperenza" came AFTER this Mano Negra song Manu Chau recycles music and lyrics a LOT. IIRC there are at least 2 Manu Chau songs with similar "King of bongo" lyrics.
This was a nice cut with a catchy rhythm.
:sleep:
MojoJojo wrote:
Ouch...
Dear MojoJojo, Sorry for you. This disease happens when abusing form the same local music and tones again and again. It slowly deactivate your ears against other respectable musics from the rest of the world and make them painful when exposed. There is a cure: try gentle strokes of other musical genres on a daily basis. Take 5 minutes of classical in the morning while having breakfast, try some other on your way to work, etc.. an soon after you will recover a fully operative and ecclectic hearing which is a pre-requisite for RP listeners. Most of all I did not criticize your musical taste which remains yours and is fully respectable. It was just a matter of dicussing about the enjoyment of an extreme musical diversity. :biggrin: :biggrin: :biggrin: :biggrin: :biggrin: Can you tell us why you dislike Mano Negra that much ? Their use of Spanish language ?
okobojicat wrote:
Excuse my musical ignorance, is Mano Negra at all related to Manu Chau? The CD is king of Bongo, a dig at Bongo Song by Manu?
Yes, Manu Chao is part of Mano Negra band. He is the lead singer among other participations. For more details you may want to visit the following FR-EN-SP site : https://www.manuchao.net/pasado/mano_negra_fr.php
okobojicat wrote:
Excuse my musical ignorance, is Mano Negra at all related to Manu Chau? The CD is king of Bongo, a dig at Bongo Song by Manu?
from the AMG link above:
Named in honor of an Andalucian anarchist group, Mano Negra emerged from the same Parisian artists' scene which also gave rise to the like-minded Les Negresses Vertes, drawing equal influence from the punk ethos of the Clash and the multitude of sounds and rhythms endemic to the global music community. Formed in 1986 from the remnants of the neo-rockabilly unit the Hot Pants, Mano Negra essentially consisted of vocalist Manu Chao, his trumpeter brother Tonio and drummer cousin Santiago Casiriego, Spanish natives who fused rock, rap, flamenco and rai to create a heady brew they dubbed "Patchanka," a name derived from a Spanish pejorative for dancehall music. Mano Negra's debut LP, also titled Patchanka, appeared in 1988, scoring the French indie hit "Mala Vida
Excuse my musical ignorance, is Mano Negra at all related to Manu Chau? The CD is king of Bongo, a dig at Bongo Song by Manu?
Ender43 wrote:
My first thoughts... "Sunny days...keeping th' clouds away....."
I kept hearing "Slow down, you move too fast. Got to make the morning last....."
Nice surprise, it's Mano Negra! :dance: Beautiful tune, simple but pleasant. More Mano Negra please!!!
Ouch...
Ender43 wrote:
My first thoughts... "Sunny days...keeping th' clouds away....."
The Bob Dylan version...LOL!
rascal420 wrote:
This reminds me of the Sesame Street opening theme.
ROFL!!!
Manu the man(o)! :good-vibes:
:taped-shut:
This reminds me of the Sesame Street opening theme.
B I I I I I I G GRIN!
Loooooooooove mano negra! quite strange after Led zep but mucho mejor!! :daisy:
Yes! More Mano Negra :dance:
:biggrin: :jump: :yes: I can almost hear you sharpen your critical knifes... But god, this makes me happy...
My first thoughts... "Sunny days...keeping th' clouds away....."
Love, Love, LOVE this song.