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April 1, 1995
© 1995 Contre-Jour
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Muso Ko is the debut album by Habib Koité & Bamada.
Two tracks, "I Ka Barra" and "Din Din Wo", are included in the Sample Music package included with Windows Vista. The album is available on iTunes.
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I Ka Barra
Cigarette A Bana
Din Din Wo
April 1, 1995
© 1995 Contre-Jour
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Na Afriki is Dobet Gnahoré's, second album, released by U.S. based independent label, Cumbancha. It is a contemporary African album with 15 tracks.
Na Afriki "blends upbeat African grooves with delicate ballads." She became a musician after convincing her father that she need not attend an academically focused school; rather, her education should be at home in the artists village, Ki Yi M'Bock. She developed a musical style deeply rooted in the native sounds and traditions of her people.
Much of the album's foundation stems from "a voice that is full of passion is hard to ignore no matter whether you understand the language that it's singing in or not. Dobet Gnahoré's voice is strong with the power of her belief in herself and the people of Africa. This is not the strident voice of politics, although politics are part of the mix, shouting hate and anger. Nor is it the naïve voice of a child singing about some never-never land of universal love and peace."
Vieux Farka Touré
In the Heart of the Moon
Ali Farka Touré & Toumani Diabate
In the Heart of the Moon is a 2005 record by Malian musicians Ali Farka Touré on the guitar and providing vocals and Toumani Diabaté on the kora. The album was recorded in the "Toit de Bamako" conference room on the top floor of the Hotel Mandé overlooking the Niger River in Bamako, Mali. It is the first in a three-part series released on World Circuit Records entitled "The Hotel Mandé Sessions" followed by Savane and Boulevard de l'Independence. The album's title is derived from Touré's own more lengthy descriptive title for the recording session; "A very important meeting in the realm at the heart of the moon."
The album includes twelve tracks, based mostly on Songhai traditions of the north of Mali and the Bambara traditions of southern Mali and neighboring Guinea, harking back to the period immediately before independence. The album was recorded without rehearsals; both musicians claimed that the music flowed naturally and effortlessly, Touré being long acquainted with Diabaté's family and musical traditions. Despite their mutual admiration the musicians had previously only performed a total of three hours together over fifteen years.
Diam (Real World Gold)
Habib Koité Albums
Brothers In Bamako
Baro is the third album by Habib Koité & Bamada.
It includes a new Afro-Cuban version of his first commercial hit "Cigarette Abana".
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