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

On 02.09.2019 by Turamar With 1 Comments - DEFAULT

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    Arashisho 07.09.2019
    Free 2-day shipping on qualified orders over $ Buy Mali Music - The Transition of Mali (CD) at tergisuresssurdoubtthoucertirethacde.co
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    Junris 08.09.2019
    "Mali's Coumba Sidibe was a pioneering force behind the evolution of wassoulou, the earthy, propulsive music that first captured the imagination of west African listeners in the mid-'70s. A singer of elemental power, she set the stage for a generation of artists including Oumou Sangaré, Issa Bagayogo, and Nahawa Doumbia, although their.
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    Toran 06.09.2019
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Wassoulou Sound Volume 2 - Women Of Mali on Discogs.
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    Nemi 08.09.2019
    Find album credit information for The Wassoulou Sound: Women of Mali - Various Artists on AllMusic.
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    Moogugore 11.09.2019
    The Wassoulou Sound: Women of Mali - Volume 2 Various Artists World Ita Dia Saran & Tata 8 Simbo Kagbe Sidibe 9 Released: Dec 31, ℗ Stern's Music; Also Available in iTunes You May Also Like See All. Wassoulou Foli Sali Sidibe Yougo Soninkara Ii .
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    Kazrajora 07.09.2019
    Wassoulou is a genre of West African popular music named for the Wassoulou cultural area.. Wassoulou music is performed mostly by women. Some recurring themes in the lyrics are childbearing, fertility, and tergisuresssurdoubtthoucertirethacde.comentation includes soku (a traditional fiddle sometimes replaced with modern imported instruments), djembe drum, kamalen n'goni (a six-stringed harp), karinyan (metal tube.
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    Goran 04.09.2019
    The musicians from the Wassoulou region of Mali sing about everyday problems and how to deal with them. Themes include true love versus arranged marriages. Included here are established stars such as Kagbe Sidibe and Coumba Sdibe who have been famous in West Africa since the s, as well as younger singers like Sali Sidibe and Dienaba Diakite.5/5(1).
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    Talar 04.09.2019
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    Bragar 09.09.2019
    Jul 01,  · Mali: Queen of Wassoulou Dies Mali: Queen of Wassoulou Dies Singer and composer Coumba Didibe, who helped to popularise West African Wassoulou music, died in New York on May 10th. Born in in the village of Koninko in the southern Wassoulou region, Sidibe began to sing at the age of seven.

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