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Damon Albarn

современная музыка с элементами традиционной


Bassi Kouyate


Kandia Kouyate

Language: Mandinka

Genre: Modern manding
Traditional manding


Kandia Kouyate is a Jalimusolu, a female Griot, with an incredible career behind her in Mali, where her voice is considered a national treasure. Before she was born it was predicted that her father would have a daughter with a special talent for music. Father Kouyate had three wives at the time, and all of them were pregnant. As if that were not enough, down came all the wives with daughters! Despite this encouraging prediction Father Kouyate would not bet on the music. Kandia switched to studying French and mathematics where she excelled, incidentally. The music drove her to say something to her mother and grandmother, who educated her in the Mandinka tradition. Her talent became clear, little by little, to most people, and many song commissions came in. Rumours of Kandia's formidable voice spread across Mali. She became known as "la dangereuse" because many in her audiences fell into trance when they heard her sing and seemed almost to be nailed to the ground. As a result of her unique position she has attracted several rich patrons during her career, among them Babani Sissiko, who gave her an airplane(!). He also took care that an airstrip was developed outside the village for her use. Kandia Kouyate has therefore not been forced to release albums simply to make money, which explains her delayed debut as disk artist. When she first popped up on CD, in a duet with Sekouba Bambino on his “Kassa” album in 1997, that particular track was played over and over again on Mali's radio stations. The debut album, “Kita Kan”, is hardly the last we'll hear of Kandia Kouyate!


Djelimady Tounkara

Djelimady Tounkara, Malian guitar great

Djelimady Tounkara is one of the foremost guitarists in Africa. Born in the culturally rich town of Kita, east of the Malian capital, Bamako, Djelimady grew up surrounded with traditional music played by members of his family. The Tounkaras are griots, musicians and historians by birth. Djelimady played djembe drum and ngoni, a banjo-like lute, as a boy. When he moved to Mali's capital, Bamako, during the 1960s, he had actually planned to work as a tailor. But music proved a stronger calling. He started playing guitar in a large, government-sponsored neighborhood band, Orchestre Misira. Voted the best guitarist in the band, Djelimady was selected to join the Orchestre National as rhythm guitarist, a great honor for the young player. The band's solo guitarist in those days was multi-instrumentalist Keletigui Diabate, who is known today as one of the most accomplished balaphone players in West Africa. Djelimady established himself early on as a guitarist capable of evoking the griot's three major traditional instruments--the ngoni, the balaphone, and the kora--on guitar. From the first time he performed solo on the national radio station, his mastery of tradition and his innovative approach to the guitar were evident to all.
In 1972, the world of Malian popular music went through cataclysmic changes when President Moussa Traore disbanded all of the state-sponsored bands, including both of the groups that had nurtured Djelimady's career up to that point. By then, the man destined to become Mali's greatest pop star, Salif Keita, had co-founded the Rail Band of Bamako, which played regularly at the Buffet Hotel de la Gare, next to the city's central train station. But in the great shuffle of 1972, Salif left the Rail Band to form Les Ambassadeurs, and Mory Kante--another Rail Bander bound for international stardom--left his duties as lead guitarist and took Salif's place as lead singer. Filling the void, Djelimady stepped in as the Rail Band's lead guitarist.



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Madou Djembe

Mamadou Kante

Soungalo Coulibaly


Mamadi 'Papa' Bagayogo

Mamadi 'Papa' BagayogoMamadi Bagayogo (known as 'Papa') is a descendent of Fakoli, the ancestor of the blacksmiths. His father is Fode Bagayogo, a master Jembé (djembe) player who played for a long time with Adama Dramé. When Fode Bagayogo left Ivory Coast and went to Guinea, Papa remained with Adama Dramé and became his djembe student.



La Calle Caliente - Mozambique Soul


Eyuphuro - (1990) Mama Msambiki [Mozambique]


Eyuphuro - (2001) Yellela


GANXSTA D.X – “2face”


Césaria Évora – «Cabo Verde»


Malika, пожалуйста, если не трудно, выложи еще раз альбомы Magic system обожаю эту группу, но нигде не могу найти  :( , буду очень признателен!!!

Отредактировано m13alex (2007-12-07 19:19:27)


Césaria Évora – «Mar Azul»

m13alex написал(а):

Malika, пожалуйста, если не трудно, выложи еще раз альбомы Magic system обожаю эту группу, но нигде не могу найти   , буду очень признателен!!!

а что ссылка уже не работает???


m13alex написал(а):

agic system обожаю эту групп

как приятно встретить единомышленника :drink:


Malkia написал(а):

как приятно встретить единомышленника

Это точно :friends: , я весь интернет облазил, и по магазинам в Москве поискал - нет нигде... Откопал только несколько песен...


Malkia написал(а):

а что ссылка уже не работает???

не-а, открывается вот эта страничка...


у меня и видео и аж 3 альбома:))))
щас выложу!!!


Malkia написал(а):

у меня и видео и аж 3 альбома:))))

Здорово!!! скорей бы уже, не терпится!! :danse:


ой.... медленно получается... давай завтра??? а то у нас час ночи спать хочу!
а зщавтра вечерком все выложу!!!

а кто тебе еще из ивуарийцев нравится???


ксттаи есть ты зарегистрирован на сайте контакт.ру заходи в группу ивуарийцев, там есть клипы и музыка!

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