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agosto 29, 2021

Ba Cissoko - Nimissa - 2012

 


Since Ba Cissoko's group became known on the World Music festival network in the early 2000s, their sound has been mixing traditional Guinean rhythms with reggae, rock and blues. The peculiar way of using the wah-wah pedal with the electrified kora gave them the nickname "African Jimmy Hendrix", supported by a spectacular and fun stage game.


In Nimissa the group, already in quintet format completed by guitarist Abdoulaye Kouyaté and drummer Alhassane Camara "D’artagnan", opens up to the brass of the AvaSaty Marching Band fanfare and to the percussions of Laurent Rigaud "Samba".

Produced by Philippe Eidel (Khaled, Gypsy Kings), the result is an album with an impressive range of sounds, from the funky Afrogroove of the song "Ako" that opens the album, to the reggae of the committed "Politiki", the jazzy groove of " Djoulo Diata "or the psychedelic of the electric kora of" Kora Rocks ". A work rooted in the original Mandingo culture and with an open gaze on all kinds of horizons of one of the most prominent African groups of the moment. 


Tracks list:

01. Ako

02. Politiki

03. Loumo

04. Naboran

05. N´Tenlebidjé

06. Djoulo Diata

07. Kéléfaba

08. N´Gnoni Ba

09. Djéli Fatouma

10. Kora Rocks






agosto 24, 2021

Zvuloon Dub System - Anbessa Dub

 


ZvuloonDubSystem is Israel's leading reggae band. Taking its name from one of the twelve tribes of Israel, the band was formed in 2006 by the Smilan brothers. They shared the same passion for reggae and roots dub, influenced by varied musical styles, such as Ethiopian jazz from the 70s, soul, funk and jazz from the United States, along with Israeli Mizrahi music.


Group:


Gili Yalo - lead vocals

Inon Peretz - trumpet

IlanAdiri - tenor sax

Ilan Smilan - lead guitar

Simon Nahum - rhythm guitar

Lior Romano - piano and organ

Mal Marcus - bass

Asaf Smilan - drums and percussion



Guest artists :


Mahmoud Ahmed - voice (5)

Zemene Melesse - voice (8)

Yaacov Lilay - voices (7)

Krar (1,7,10)

Leave Manchelot - masinko (10)

Roei Hermon - trumpet (6, 9)

Yonatan Voltzok - trombone (1-5, 7)

Maayan Milo - trombone (6,8,9)

Omri Abramov - Alto Sax (1-3, 5-7,9)

Elad Gellert - baritone sax (1)

Shay SattamanJacovi - backing vocals (8) 


1.Alemitu 03:52

2.Tenesh Kelbe Lay 03:47

3.Sab Sam 03:55

4.Man Begelagelgni 03:30

5.Ney Denun Tieshe - feat. Mahmoud Ahmed 04:25

6.Yehoden Aweteche Lengeresh 03:52

7.Tsbukti Fetret – feat. Yaacov Lilay 04:06

8.Endemenesh - feat. Zemene Melesse 03:58

9.Zelel Zelel 04:09

10.Yene Almaz 03:39 


agosto 14, 2021

Third World - Journey To Addis - 1978 - Jamaica

 


In my opinion, one of the best bands when it comes to interpreting reggae fused with soul music. This is a great album, the creation of different climates is an achievement that should not go unnoticed. Excellent bass lines and vocal compositions on tracks like Rejoice, Cool Meditation, and Fret Not Theyself to name a few. Going a little deeper in the coming years to the album we have the cover we found, Now That We Found Love by O'Jays, making it to the Top Ten of the American R&B in 1979 as well as the Britisth pop Top Ten in that same anus. The simple 'Cool Meditation' made it to the British Top 20. 


Tracks


One Cold Vibe (Couldn't Stop Dis Ya Boogie)

Cold Sweat

Cool Meditation

African Woman

Now That We Found Love

Journey To Addis

Fret Not Thyself

Rejoice 




agosto 11, 2021

Samite - Stars To Share

 


Landing on the Windham Hill label, Samite (having dropped the "Of Uganda" from his name several years back) offers a collection of songs inspired by his return to the African continent after approximately a decade of residence in the U.S. as a political refugee. The music is largely in keeping with his introspective folk style, but this time, several prominent Windham Hill artists make appearances, including Will Ackerman, Michael Manring, and Tuck & Patti's Patti Cathcart. The results are an intriguing fusion of African pop and new age whose sound actually leans more toward the latter.

 

Samite Mulondo is at once a refugee and a pilgrim, a wanderer with as many homes as his music leads him to enter. He sings in a bright, sweet tenor; accompanied by his extended family of thumb pianos and percussion instruments that have come to him at different points during his travels. His demeanor is austere and remote when he is confronted with strangers one-on-one and he is unclear about their motives. Yet, he is relaxed, open, and lovable when facing huge crowds from the stage, safe within his art and protected by his beloved instruments. Up close, the latter impression turns out to be by far the more accurate one, as he tells his difficult and inspiring tale with grace, warmth and wit.

 

1 Tindiba 4:19

2 Esawayo 5:52

3 Bring Back The Music 3:52

4 Old Man's Wisdom 4:00

5 Sala Endongo 3:47

6 Stars To Share 6:12

7 Cradle With Love 3:42

8 Having A Good Time 6:05

9 Siwa 4:53

10 I'll Be Strong 3:27

11 Mountains Of The Moon 3:40

12 Night Stories 5:41