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Yishak BanjawLove Songs Vol 2 (with download) ... LP
Teranga Beat (Senegal), 2016. New Copy Gatefold ... Just Sold Out!
A haunting little record that's way more than the romantic tunes you'd guess from the title – as Yishak Banjaw is a really fantastic keyboard player – and works with sounds here that sound more like outerspace electronics than any love songs we've ever heard! There's definitely currents of older organ lines – maybe a bit of Korla Pandit exoticism in the mix – but Banjaw has a way of spinning out his sounds with cool rhythm patterns that keep things as complex as they move things forward – especially as Yishak echoes their changes with his keyboards! The whole album's instrumental – and although contemporary, the set's one that we'd easily put right up there with classic work by Mulatu. Titles include "Engudaye Nesh", "Segno Sra Allebign", "Fikrehoy Temekeri", "Ageren Ayehuwat", and "Yadah". LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes download.)

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Dieuf Dieul De ThiesAw Sa Yone Vol 2 ... CD
Teranga Beat (Senegal), 1981. New Copy ... $18.99
Incredible sounds from an obscure Senegalese group – one who burned brightly at the start of the 80s, but never issued any records at the time! Fortunately, this collection (and its previous partner) corrects that fact – and mixes together rare studio sides and one very fierce nightclub show by the group – who work with a style that's completely their own, and which is great to finally hear after all these years! There's a strong sense of layering in the rhythms – almost waves of sound that overlap and move together quickly – sometimes with the Cuban currents that you'll hear in West African music of the 70s, but at other times a lot more unbridled – with the guitar almost acting at equal level with the bass and drums, but also soaring forth alongside the shifting vocals on the set. Papa Seck leads the group, and the package includes some great reminiscences from group members – who've reformed after 32 years, thanks to the attention given to Volume 1! All tracks are nice and long – most around the 10 minute mark – and titles include "Ariyo", "Am Sa Waye", "Raki", "Nianky", "Jirim", "Rumba Para Parejas", and "Sidy Nidiaye". CD

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CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
✨✧ Yishak BanjawLove Songs Vol 2 ... CD
Teranga Beat (Senegal), 2016. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A haunting little record that's way more than the romantic tunes you'd guess from the title – as Yishak Banjaw is a really fantastic keyboard player – and works with sounds here that sound more like outerspace electronics than any love songs we've ever heard! There's definitely currents of older organ lines – maybe a bit of Korla Pandit exoticism in the mix – but Banjaw has a way of spinning out his sounds with cool rhythm patterns that keep things as complex as they move things forward – especially as Yishak echoes their changes with his keyboards! The whole album's instrumental – and although contemporary, the set's one that we'd easily put right up there with classic work by Mulatu. Titles include "Engudaye Nesh", "Segno Sra Allebign", "Fikrehoy Temekeri", "Ageren Ayehuwat", and "Yadah". CD

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CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
✨✧ Dieuf Dieul De ThiesAw Sa Yone Vol 2 (with bonus download) ... LP
Teranga Beat (Senegal), 1981. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
Incredible sounds from an obscure Senegalese group – one who burned brightly at the start of the 80s, but never issued any records at the time! Fortunately, this collection (and its previous partner) corrects that fact – and mixes together rare studio sides and one very fierce nightclub show by the group – who work with a style that's completely their own, and which is great to finally hear after all these years! There's a strong sense of layering in the rhythms – almost waves of sound that overlap and move together quickly – sometimes with the Cuban currents that you'll hear in West African music of the 70s, but at other times a lot more unbridled – with the guitar almost acting at equal level with the bass and drums, but also soaring forth alongside the shifting vocals on the set. Papa Seck leads the group, and the package includes some great reminiscences from group members – who've reformed after 32 years, thanks to the attention given to Volume 1! All tracks are nice and long – most around the 10 minute mark – and titles include "Ariyo", "Am Sa Waye", "Raki", "Nianky", "Jirim", "Rumba Para Parejas", and "Sidy Nidiaye". LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes bonus download, too!)
Also available Aw Sa Yone Vol 2 ... CD 18.99
 
 
 



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