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BariBognala - Various - The Wassoulou Sound Volume 2 - Women Of Mali (CD)

Updated: 13.07.2019 — 07:50

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  1. Kortney Jamaal Pollard (born January 12, ), who performs under the stage name Mali Music, is an American recording artist, singer-songwriter and producer. His two independently released albums, The Coming () and The 2econd Coming (), earned him much critical and underground acclaim. In , he was the first inspirational artist to be a part of BET's acclaimed "Music Matters" series.
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  3. Various Artists - The Wassoulou Sound, Vol. 2: Women of Mali - crosanocacaralevovunreaupresfu.xyzinfo Music Skip to main content Hello, Sign in The Wassoulou Sound: Women of Mali - Volume 2 "Please retry" Amazon Music Unlimited: Price Audio CD $ 4 Used from $ 1 New from $
  4. One of the best collections of music from Mali that we've ever heard – and a set that nicely gets past some of the overdone cliches of that scene, to really focus on the kind of overlooked 70s gems that showcase sides of the music that are funky, jazzy, and plenty soulful throughout! There's a fast-flowing vibe here that's linked a lot more closely to Nigerian sounds of the 70s than you.
  5. From Banning Eyre's field work in Bamako Mali, Afternoon with Djeneba Diakite and musicians in her compound in Bamako, Mali. Live performance by “Wassoulou Trio”.
  6. TRACKLIST – CD. 1. Idrissa Soumaoro et L’Eclipse de L’Ija — Nissodia (Joie de l’optimisme) / 2. Les Ambassadeurs du Motel de Bamako — Tiécolom-Ba / 3. Super Tentemba Jazz — Mangan / 4. Rail Band — Mouodilo / 5. Les Ambassadeurs du Motel de Bamako — M’Bouram-Mousso / 6. Sorry Bamba — Yayoroba / 7. Super Djata Band — Worodara / 8.
  7. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Wassoulou Sound: Women of Mali - Various Artists on AllMusic - - There are two good reasons why the music of.
  8. A follow-up compilation of recordings by the best of Mall's popular singers, this time featuring Djeneba Seck and Nahawa Doumbia alongside their more established sisters "The Wassoulou Sound, Volume 2 brings us the resonant high-pitched, nasal voices of these women, direct from their compounds where they sing the night away surrounded by children and admirers, and accompanied by boy musicians 5/5(1).

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