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Tinariwen: Live In London

Released on 08 September 2008

Featuring: Tinariwen

Format: DVD | Rating: Universal Suitable for All

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Tinariwen live and direct at the Shepherd's Bush Empire, London December 2007.

Tracklist:

1. Prequel Assawt N'chet Tamashek
2. Chet Boghassa
3. Aldechen Manin
4. Cler Achel
5. Toumast
6. Arawan
7. Imidiwan Winakalin
8. Assouf
9. Amassakoul N'tenere
10. Arghane Manine
11. Matadjem Yinimixan
12. Tismetten


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  • Ibrahim: The Campfire Tales (49 mins) - An intimate and revealing fireside interview with Ibrahim 'Abaraybone' Ag Alhabib, founder of Tinariwen and inventor of the modern tamashek guitar style. Ibrahim tells how he was forced to flee from his homeland in the southern Sahara, and how years of youthful exile and wandering around Algeria and Libya eventually led to the forming of Tinariwen.
  • Tinariwen And I - Interview with producer, Justin Adams (7 mins).
  • How To Tie A Shesh (1 min) - The turban is the most visible outward symbol of the nomadic Kel Tamashek or Touareg people. Bassist Eyadou Ag Leche demonstrates how to tie this indispensable piece of sharan headgear.
  • Tinariwen - A Mini Documentary (14 mins) - A rapid tour of Tinariwen's desert home with interviews explaining the story of the group and live footage shot on location in the southern sahara by french filmmakers Gregoire Gosset and Loic Wibaux

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ActorsTinariwen
CertificateUniversal Suitable for All
Year2008
LanguagesEnglish/French
Duration1 hour and 8 minutes (approx)
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.