Enrique Bunbury Concert Films
Bunbury Freak Show
Runtime: 2 hr 5 minThis set was recorded during his Spanish tour last November. Bunbury Enrique: Bunbury Freak Show includes a documentary and live performances, with guest artists including El Viaje a Ninguna Parte, Radical Sonora, and Flamingos.
Enrique Bunbury Top Tracks
Runtime: 1 hr 53 minHe calls himself Loquillo or Loco (Crazy), but he is one of the most famous rockers in Spain with a career of over three decades.
His latest album is Creyente (Believer, 2014), with which he is now back on the road in a tour that will take him through much of the Spanish geography. This is a live album recorded in the Sports Palace of Granada where Loquillo gave an overview of his entire career.
Jarabe de Palo
Runtime: 1 hr 30 minA band's quality is measured by their live performance. But what happens when a band meets an audience in a venue where the only thing between them is the stage. With the edition of SOMOS (February 2014) we wanted to pay homage to the audience that has been following us for so many years in America, because this continent was basically what inspired us for this album.
Drama y Luz
Runtime: 48 minThis mini-documentary takes fans behind the scenes as Mana records their highly anticipated new release. The film includes never-before-seen footage plus interviews from the band members as they record and produce their first studio album in almost five years. After two decades of breaking all types of sales and concert attendance records, the super group from Guadalajara, Mexico prepare themselves to present their first studio album in almost five years, Drama Y Luz. Without a doubt, this is the most anticipated album to hit the Latin marketplace in years. Twelve new recordings are available on this production and all songs were written by the band members themselves.
On this production, Mana has made sure they satisfy their diverse group of fans while not making much of a change to their formula and style of writing that has kept them the as the top Latin act over the past couple of decades. Mana deliver the raunchy, rock sound of their earlier days in songs like "Mi Reina De Dolor" and at the same time, deliver beautiful, heartfelt ballads such as "Vuela Libre Paloma" and "Amor Clandestino." Drama Y Luz will become another amazing collection for all Latin music fans as it delivers a production that took more than a year to create in recording studios throughout the world, and the end result is Mana at their best.