On this document of its 2007 world tour, the Barcelona-based, self-styled "hip-hop flamenco" band plays music from its latest studio recording of the same name while also going through some material from its back catalogue, delivering a high-energy performance that can be felt from the first moment. "Sultanas de Merkaillo" is played at almost twice the original tempo and includes a hot Afro-Cuban trumpet solo that is the tune's highlight. Their cover of Bob Marley's "Get Up, Stand Up" (recorded for a compilation last year) is miles away from Jamaica — they adapted the melody into a salsa-flamenco blend. Satyajit Talwalkar does a great job on "Interludio Tabla," an instrumental piece that leads to "Todo Tiende," which begins with a softer edge and then grows into a reggaeton-inflected arrangement that has much more soul than the original studio version (which... More >>>