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African Pearls vol. 2 - Guinée, Cultural Revolution - various

Titel : African Pearls vol. 2 - Guinée, Cultural Revolution

Artiest(en) : various

Genre : , African

Medium : Dubbel CD

Jaar : 2006

Label : Syllart


€ 8,90

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Alweer een mooi deel uit de African Pearls serie, met muziek uit Guinée uit periode 1957 - 1986.
African Pearls vol.2 - Guinée, Cultural Revolution (1957-1986)
DISC 1:
1. Flûte Parlante - Ensemble Instrumental de Guinée (folklore) (2:51) - 1981
2. Kankan Diarabi - African Virtuoses (Sekou Kouyaté) (6:01) - 1986
3. Souaressi - Kouyaté Sory Kandia (4:46) - 1970
4. Diere Lele - Bah Sadio (4:23) - 1973
5. N`Fa - Virtuoses Diabaté (Sekou Diabate (6:38) - 1978
6. Petit Sekou - Bembeya Jazz National (5:54) - 1976
7. Massani Cissé - Quintette Guinéenne (4:42) - 1981
8. Djiguinira - Myriam Makeba (2:34) - 1976
9. Wouloukoro - African Virtuoses (4:29) - 1986
10. Nina - Ballets Africains (avec Kouyate Sory Kandia (3:14) - 1957
11. Tam Tam Sax - Momo Wandel (4:36) - 1981
12. Bele Bele - Kade Diawara (3:51) - 1977
13. Koulandian - Ensemble Instrumental de Guinée (3:36) - 1962
14. Kadia Blues - Orchestre de la Paillote (avec Keletigui Traore) (4:43) - 1961
DISC 2:
1. Armée Guinéenne - Bembeya Jazz National (3:51) - 1968
2. Maderi - Keletigui et ses Tambourinis (1980) (9:39) - 1980
3. Sassilon - Horoya Band (9:04) - 1974
4. So I Si Sa - Super Boiro Band (5:58) - 1974
5. Kogno Koura - Pivi et ses Balladins (5:11) - 1972
6. Nanimbaly -  Camayenne Sofas (5:12) - 1974
7. Lalaba - Kaloum Star (4:25) - 1976
8. La Guinée Diara - Orchestre de la Garde Republicaine (3:54) - 1962
9. Andree - Syli Authentic (8:31) - 1974
10. Wousse - 22 Band Kankan (7:24) - 1977
11. Sara 70 - Balla et ses Balladins (10:00) - 1970

2006 release. Syllart Productions releases the second volume in their African Pearls series of compilations -- a unique 2CD collection of Guinean music circa 1957-1986. "Guinean music was in the vanguard of African music -- it was the musical beacon of Africa." These words by Maestro Mitoura Traoré beautifully reflect the importance and influence of the renowned Guinean bands of the 1960s and `70s. Traoré was a trailblazer as the leader of Horoya Band National, one of the first Guinean bands formed after independence. Horoya Band National, as well as other bands such as Balla et ses Balladins, Kélétigui et ses Tambourinis, and Super Boiro Band were forerunners of the "cultural revolution," whose official objective was to modernize traditional Guinean music and to restore national pride and dignity. This cultural revolution, like many other radical events in Africa during the 1950s and `60s, found its roots in the fight for independence. A diverse collection that includes Kouyaté griot Sory Kandia, female singer-in-exile Miriam Makeba, legendary Guinean saxophonist Momo Wandel, and so much more. Includes a 24-page booklet with full-color photos and notes in English and French.