Orchestra Baobab: Mouhamadou Bamba (Standard Edition)

Orchestra Baobab SKU: 41594810
Orchestra Baobab: Mouhamadou Bamba (Standard Edition)

Orchestra Baobab: Mouhamadou Bamba (Standard Edition)

Orchestra Baobab SKU: 41594810

Format: VINYL LP

Regular price $33.80

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Title: Mouhamadou Bamba (Standard Edition)
Artist: Orchestra Baobab
Label: Syllart Productions
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 3516628350610
Genre: Soul/R & B

Reissue of this legendary album from Orchestra Baobab. Remastered from tapes.  Released in 1981, the legendary album "Mouhamadou Bamba" is the masterpiece of the Orchestra Baobab, which has dedicated more than ten years of existence. Under the direction of the percussionist saxophonist Issa Sissokho, of the irremovable guitarist Barthélémy Attiso the band records this album at the Golden Baobab studio in Dakar directed and produced by the young producer Ibrahima Sylla.  The Baobab symbolizes both the rooting in Senegalese traditional values and the ability of the tree to reach heights, the sound of the group is a perfect syncretism of Senegalese and Afro-Cuban imaginaries in which the montunos of electric guitars and vocal improvisations in wolof language marry subtly to the rhythms of Cuban son and other boleros.

1.1 Mouhamadou Bamba
1.2 Ndiawolou
1.3 Boulmamine
1.4 Gnawou
1.5 Doomou Baaye
1.6 Yen Saay
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