Dos Pájaros de un Tiro [2 CD/DVD]

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All Music Guide - Mariano Prunes
This album captures virtually the entire Joan Manuel Serrat and Joaquín Sabina show that filled countless stadiums all over Spain and Latino America in the second half of 2007. This was hardly surprising, considering that Serrat and Sabina are incontestably the two greatest and most popular Spanish songwriters of the last 40 years. Still, while Sabina and Serrat have been good friends for decades, they had never toured together. Some sort of collaboration had always seemed inevitable, yet the reasons why this finally came about were not exactly merry. Indeed, both singers experienced serious health problems in the early years of the new century that made them fear for ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Mariano Prunes
This album captures virtually the entire Joan Manuel Serrat and Joaquín Sabina show that filled countless stadiums all over Spain and Latino America in the second half of 2007. This was hardly surprising, considering that Serrat and Sabina are incontestably the two greatest and most popular Spanish songwriters of the last 40 years. Still, while Sabina and Serrat have been good friends for decades, they had never toured together. Some sort of collaboration had always seemed inevitable, yet the reasons why this finally came about were not exactly merry. Indeed, both singers experienced serious health problems in the early years of the new century that made them fear for their lives (both were pushing 60, and led a very intense -- and in Sabina's case, dissipated -- life). Back on their feet and in very good spirits, the two friends finally decided it was high time to settle all outstanding debts, chief among these to go on a tour together. A celebratory mood extended to all their concerts, shared by performers and audiences alike. Predictably, there was precious little room for surprises. Instead, Serrat and Sabina did exactly what they know best and what their audiences wanted: to perform a very generous list of timeless classics that the entire stadium would sing along to: "Penélope," "Princesa," "Tu Nombre Me Sabe a Hierba," "19 Días y 500 Noches," "Fiesta," "Calle Melancolía," the list could go on and on. In fact, Serrat and Sabina have written so many extraordinary songs that a two-hour concert could not fit them all, so they often included medleys of several tunes merged together. In order to add some variety to such a legendary repertoire, the singers would either sing together or trade places, one singing the other's songs, and the other way around. As customary, Serrat and Sabina chose to delegate main musical duties to their trusted arrangers Ricardo Miralles and Pancho Varona, in charge of an unobtrusive if perfectly oiled 12-man band. For all their efforts, none of the versions on this album hold a candle to the original studio recordings, when time had not taken its hefty toll on the singers' voices. Serrat and Sabina are perfectly aware of this, and with great panache they often joke or change the lines of their songs to humorously reflect on their new "old men" status. In fact, the unquestionable highlight of the show is their take on the Catalan rhumba "El Muerto," about a man who went missing from his home from a week and that his family gave for dead -- until it actually turned out he was partying the whole time. Indeed, it is hard to conceive a better corollary for all that the Dos Pájaros de un Tiro tour came to represent for both the artists and their millions of fans throughout the Spanish-speaking world. The release also includes a DVD of the concert.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/11/2008
  • Label: Sony Import
  • UPC: 886972795522
  • Catalog Number: 7279552
  • Sales rank: 155,316

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Ocupen Su Localidad/Hoy Puede Ser un Gran Día (5:20)
  2. 2 Aves de Paso (3:35)
  3. 3 Pueblo Blanco - Joan Manuel Serrat (5:10)
  4. 4 Algo Personal - Joan Manuel Serrat (5:18)
  5. 5 Y Sin Embargo (6:29)
  6. 6 No Hago Otra Cosa Que Pensar en Ti (4:11)
  7. 7 Quien Me Ha Robado el Mes de Abril - Joan Manuel Serrat (4:21)
  8. 8 Princesa (3:45)
  9. 9 Contigo (5:20)
  10. 10 Tu Nombre Me Sabe a Yerba (2:42)
  11. 11 La Orilla de La Chimenea (2:50)
  12. 12 Señora (2:22)
  13. 13 Aquellas Pequeñas Cosas/Ruido/El Muerto Vivo (7:17)
  14. 14 Es Caprichoso el Azar - Joan Manuel Serrat (3:55)
Disc 2
  1. 1 Fa Vint Anys Que Tinc Vint Anys - Joan Manuel Serrat (2:47)
  2. 2 Poema de Amor (2:03)
  3. 3 Pacto Entre Caballeros (4:04)
  4. 4 Noche de Bodas (3:53)
  5. 5 Mediterráneo (3:54)
  6. 6 19 Días y 500 Noches (4:55)
  7. 7 Penélope (2:07)
  8. 8 Más de Cien Mentiras (3:22)
  9. 9 Fiesta (2:45)
  10. 10 Pastillas Para No Soñar (2:44)
  11. 11 Cantares/Y Nos Dieron Las Diez (6:50)
  12. 12 Despedida (1:39)
  13. 13 Paraules d'Amor (3:53)
  14. 14 Lucía/La de Pirata Cojo (5:48)
  15. 15 Calle Melancolía (4:28)
  16. 16 Que Se Llama Soledad/Para La Libertad (5:28)
Disc 3
  1. 1 Ocupen Su Localidad/Hoy Puede Ser un Gran Día
  2. 2 Aves de Paso
  3. 3 Pueblo Blanco - Joan Manuel Serrat
  4. 4 Algo Personal - Joan Manuel Serrat
  5. 5 Y Sin Embargo
  6. 6 No Hago Otra Cosa Que Pensar en Ti
  7. 7 Quien Me Ha Robado el Mes de Abril
  8. 8 Princesa
  9. 9 Contigo
  10. 10 Tu Nombre Me Sabe a Yerba
  11. 11 La Orilla de La Chimenea - Joan Manuel Serrat
  12. 12 Señora
  13. 13 Aquellas Pequeñas Cosas/Ruido/El Muerto Vivo
  14. 14 Es Caprichoso el Azar - Joan Manuel Serrat
  15. 15 Fa Vint Anys Que Tinc Vint Anys - Joan Manuel Serrat
  16. 16 Poema de Amor
  17. 17 Pacto Entre Caballeros
  18. 18 Noche de Bodas
  19. 19 Mediterráneo
  20. 20 19 Días y 500 Noches
  21. 21 Penelope
  22. 22 Mas de Cien Mentiras
  23. 23 Fiesta
  24. 24 Pastillas Para So Soñar
  25. 25 Cantares/Y Nos Dieron Las Diez
  26. 26 Despedida
  27. 27 Paraules d'Amor
  28. 28 Lucia/La del Pirata Cojo
  29. 29 Calle Melancolia
  30. 30 Que Se Llama Soledad/Para La Libertad
  31. 31 Documental: En el Nido de Los Pájaros (La Gira Desde Dentro)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Serrat y Sabina Primary Artist
Marcela Ferrari Coros
Ricardo Miralles Piano, Arreglos
Pancho Varona Acoustic Guitar, Vocals
Patxi Urchegui Trumpet
José Antonio Romero Guitar, Accordion
Victor Merlo Double Bass, Bajo Sexto
Technical Credits
Joan Manuel Serrat Composer
Augusto Algueró Composer
Ricardo Miralles Producer
Pancho Varona Producer, Contributor
Pedro Guerra Composer
José Luis Crespo Engineer, Mastering
Patxi Urchegui Contributor
José Antonio Romero Contributor
Antonio Machado Composer
Juan Antonio Rodriguez Composer
Rafa Sañudo Graphic Design
Gema Galán Graphic Realization
Barbara Oberhagemann Graphic Realization
Ray "El Chino" Diaz Graphic Design
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