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African Pearls vol.4 - Senegal, The Teranga Spirit - various

Titel : African Pearls vol.4 - Senegal, The Teranga Spirit

Artiest(en) : various

Genre : African

Medium : Dubbel CD

Jaar : 2006

Label : Syllart


€ 8,90

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African Pearls vol.4 - Senegal, The Teranga Spirit (1960-1979)
DISC 1:
1. Aminata Fall - Mbueguel (2:16) - 1965
2. Ensemble National Du Sénégal - Boulmamine (2:32) - 1965
3. Amadou N`Diaye Samb - Niani (5:20) - 1960
4. Lalo Kebba Dramé - Bambo Bodian (6:16) - 1967
5. Diabou Seck - Fall Amadou Abdoulaye (2:33) - 1960
6. Ensemble National Du Sénégal - Tiedo (4:01) - 1965
7. Ndiaga Mbaye - Nieti Abdou (5:43) - 1973
8. Ensemble National Du Sénégal - Listakhar (6:32) - 1964
9. Samba Diare Samb - Saraba (5:29) - 1968
10. Ensemble Lyrique Sorano - Birma Maofal (2:58) - 1966
11. Soundiolou Cissokho & Mahawa Kouyaté - Bandia (5 :27) - 1971
12. Soleyamama Et Watoo Sita - Balingor (5:57) - 1973
13. Samba Diabaré - Laagia (3:14) - 1966
14. Ensemble Lyrique Sorano - Irando (2 :25) - 1967
15. Fa Mbaye Issa Diop - Diegoye (4:43) - 1967
16. Thione Seck - Borom Keur (4 :51) - 1977
17. Orquestre Baobab - Lamine Gueye (8 :03) - 1971
DISC 2:
1. Orchestra Baobab - Senegal Sunugal (5:45) - 1972
2. Star Numer One - Jankaake (5:39) - 1974
3. Super International Band - Santa Barbara (5:48) - 1969
4. Ouza Diallo - Nobel (5:16) - 1975
5. Nigewel International - Laagia (6:37) - 1978
6. Ifang Bondi - Saraba (9:35) - 1974
7. Star Band - Simbondon (4:53) - 1973
8. Orchestra Baobab - Aduana Jarul Naawo (3:54) - 1972
9. Star Band - Thiely (7:21) - 1971
10. Guelewar Band - Wallou! (7:28) - 1979
11. Labah Sosseh - Aminta (3:04) - 1965
12. Star Number One - Waalo (5:52) - 1974
13. Xalam - Ade (6:56) - 1979

2006 release. Syllart Productions releases the fourth volume in their African Pearls series of compilations -- a stunning 2CD collection of music from Senegal circa 1960-1979. Highly inspired by the genius of poet, politician, and the first president of Senegal Léopol Sédar Senghor (1906-2001), who was also one of the main figures of the Négritude Movement, a literary and artistic expression of the Black Experience. In the `60s, Senegalese music took the form of rumba and African-style salsa as played by bands such as Ibra Kassé`s Star Band, Papa Seck`s Negro Star, Orchestra Baobab, etc. In the mid-`70s, Senegalese musicians became aware that it was necessary to give credence to the traditional rhythmical structures and instruments of their homeland, thanks to groups like Star Band, Super Diameno, and Ouza Diallo, and in the `80s, Senegalese music gained worldwide exposure thanks to artists such as Ismael Lo, Youssou N`dour, Omar Pene, and Toure Kunda -- but that is a different story. This collection features music spanning nearly 2 decades, including Mandinka Afro-jazz Ifang Bondi, modern mbalaxers Ouza, and jazz-spiritual singer Aminata Fall. Includes a 24-page booklet with full-color photos and liner notes in English and French.