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✨✧ Nahawa DoumbiaNyama Toutou ... CD
Syllart/Melodie (France), 1987. Used ... Out Of Stock
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✨✧ Orchestra BaobabVolume 2 – 1973 to 1976 ... CD
Syllart (France), 1970s. Used 2 CDs ... Out Of Stock
Features 26 tracks over 2 discs! CD
(Light crease through rear tray card.)

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✨✧ VariousAfrican Pearls – Senegal 70 – Musical Effervescence ... CD
Syllart/African Pearls (UK), 1970s. Used 2 CDs ... Out Of Stock
Amazing work from the Senegalese scene of the 70s – easily one of the hippest musical hotspots on the African continent at the time, as you'll hear by the wonderful tracks on this set! Senegalese groups really embrace a wide range of sounds – not just traditional elements, or occasional influences from American blues and soul, but also a good dose of Latin and Cuban music too – all wrapped together in uniquely different ways by each of the different artists in this set. There's a bit more diversity to the music here than on other regional collections, and that's what makes this one so great – a truly wonderful entry in the well-named African Pearls series, supported with full notes in English and French. Titles include "Hombre Misteriosoy" by Etoile De Dakar, "Senegambia" by Star Band De Dakar, "Xarit" by Orchestra Baobab, "Guethe" by Star Band De Dakar, "Faran Tamba" by Star Number One, "Daida" by Xalam, "Rele Te Contan" by Guelawar, "Nijaay" by Orchestra Baobob, "Maaduleen" by Super Diamono De Dakar, "Boubou Ngary" by Etoile 2000, "Xal Dey Mag" by Ifang Bondi, "Xadim" by N'Guewel, and "Kery Goro" by Star Number One. CD

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✨✧ VariousAfrican Pearls – Senegal 70 – Musical Effervescence ... LP
Syllart/African Pearls (UK), 1970s. Near Mint- 2LP Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
Amazing work from the Senegalese scene of the 70s – easily one of the hippest musical hotspots on the African continent at the time, as you'll hear by the wonderful tracks on this set! Senegalese groups really embrace a wide range of sounds – not just traditional elements, or occasional influences from American blues and soul, but also a good dose of Latin and Cuban music too – all wrapped together in uniquely different ways by each of the different artists in this set. There's a bit more diversity to the music here than on other regional collections, and that's what makes this one so great – a truly wonderful entry in the well-named African Pearls series. Titles include "Hombre Misteriosoy" by Etoile De Dakar, "Faran Tamba" by Star Number One, "Daida" by Xalam, "Rele Te Contan" by Guelawar, "Nijaay" by Orchestra Baobob, "Maaduleen" by Super Diamono De Dakar, "Boubou Ngary" by Etoile 2000 and "Xal Dey Mag" by Ifang Bondi. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ VariousAfrican Pearls Vol 1 – Congo/Rumba On The River 1954 to 1968 ... CD
Syllart (UK), Mid 50s-1960s. Used 2CD ... Out Of Stock
A great collection of classic Congolese rhumba work from the 50s and 60s – music that has some elements of the Cuban style of the genre, but which really takes off on its own in whole new ways! The guitar is an essential part of the rhythms here – dancing along with percussion at a level that makes it a important to the groove as it is to the melody – a distinction that didn't hit American music as strongly until James Brown in the 60s. Most of the tracks here have vocals too – taking off in fluid, free ways that often diverge nicely from the core rhythms of the tunes – in ways that add an extra layer of musical complication, even if you're not privy to the meaning of the language! The 2CD package features a whopping 44 tracks in all – with notes in both English and French – and titles that include "Miguel Canta", "Alphonso", "Le Temps Passe", and "Si Tu Bois Beaucoup" by OK Jazz; "Permission", "Guantanamera", "Sey Sey", and "Bina Ringa" by African Fiesta & Tabu Ley; "Maria Valente" by Rock A Mambo; "Bantous Pachanga" by Bantous De La Capitale; "Jamais Kolonga" by Tino Baroza; and "Tabalissimo" by Tabu Ley. CD
 
 
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