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Na Hawa DoumbiaLa Grande Cantatrice Malienne Vol 3 (plus download) ... LP
Awesome Tapes From Africa, 1982. New Copy (reissue).... $15.99 18.99
An early recording by Malian singer Na Hawa Doumbia – made in Abidjan, Ivory Coast in 1982 – which finds her backed by guitar, keyboards and raw drums that starkly frame her voice in a great way! It's that voice that really carries this recording – it's piercing, emotional and beautiful – and the raw accompaniment serves her really well. The set has 4 long, hypnotic songs: titles include "Ko Ro Dia (A Mamaye Drame L'Inoubliable)", "Dan Te Dinye La", "Sanaya (A Sidi Konate Pour Tourjours)" and "Kungo Sogoni". LP, Vinyl record album
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New VariousFrikyiwa – Collection 1 ... CD
Six Degrees, 2000. Used .... Just Sold Out!
Essentially an Afro Funk remix project – this set features global DJs offering up their versions of tracks that have an essential African rhythm base, but which have been retuned for the modern dancefloor. The set's a great one if you dig the recent Tony Allen singles – and titles include "Baba" by Ibrahim Hamma Dicko (remixed by Doctor L), "Fatien" by Nahawa Doumbia (remixed by IG Culture), "Koroduga" by Lobi Traore (remixed by Chari Chari), "Yankaw" by Nahawa Doumbia (remixed by Aqua Bassino), and "Djoro" by Abdoulaye Diabate (remixed by Tokyo 246 AV project). CD

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New VariousFrikyiwa – Collection 2 ... CD
Six Degrees, 2000. Used .... Just Sold Out!
A super-hip collection of Afro-Funk remixes put together by Frederic Galliano! Like the first volume in this set, the compilation features some excellent obscure African tunes, all given a hip modern finish by a host of DJs from the current underground club scene of London and Paris. The tracks all sound quite current, but have plenty of elements of older African funk, especially on the percussion tip, in a manner that's similar to Tony Allen's recent work. Titles include "Sayo" by Lobi Traore remixed by Pole, "Fatien" by Nahawa Doumbia remixed by IG Culture, "Noumou Foly" by Neba Solo remixed by Frederic Galliano, "Sida" by Ibrahim Hamma Dicko remixed by DJ Spider, "Yankaw" by Nahawa Doumbia remixed by Catalyst, and "Foronto" by Abdulaye Diabate remixed by Llorca. CD
 
 
 
 



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