Taratata

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  • Placebo "For what it's worth" (Live on TV Show - Taratata 2009)

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  • Angus Stone & Soko "True Colors" (Live On TV show Taratata Nov. 2012)

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  • Muse - Sign O' The Times (Live on TV show TARATATA Oct. 2012)

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  • Stephan Eicher "Combien De Temps" (Live On TV show Taratata Nov. 2012)

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  • Muse "Follow Me" (Live TV TARATATA Sept. 2012)

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  • #Rediff #Saison2019_2020 Répétitions avec Emanuel Harrold (Batteur G Porter) de "Revival Song" https://t.co/HYQFn4yyLj

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  • #Rediff #Saison2019_2020 Lola Marsh "Only For A Moment" (extrait) (2020) https://t.co/oGIt4m0MIy

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  • #Rediff #Saison2019_2020 Lola Marsh "House Of The Rising Sun" (The Animals) (extrait) (2020) https://t.co/89DGvZdEd3

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  • #Rediff #Saison2019_2020 Lous And The Yakuza "Dilemme" (extrait) (2020) https://t.co/VkSr2rp69C

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  • The Black Crowes - Band (unreleased 1997 full album)

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Taratata is a French TV show showcasing live and pre-recorded footage of current rock acts. Presented by Nagui since its début in 1993, the show was initially shown on France 2. The show often involved surprise and unlikely duets, as well as brief interviews with the artists. Taratata was cancelled in 2000, but returned in April 2005 on the public French network France 4 once a week on prime time, France 3, and late night once a month France 2 and Virgin Radio. Artists including Devendra Banhart, Katie Melua, and Ayo made their French TV debut on the show. The show's chief lighting technician, Jean-Philippe Bourdon, was awarded two Sept d'or in 1994 and 1995.

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