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Manu Dibango – Afrijazzy (1986) [Vinyl Rip]

18-06-2015, 21:53
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Manu Dibango – Afrijazzy (1986) [Vinyl Rip]

Artist: Manu Dibango
Title Of Album: Afrijazzy
Year Of Release: 1986
Label: Soul Paris 5900
Genre: Fusion
Quality: MP3 | FLAC
Bitrate: VBR 0 | 24Bit/96kHz
Total Size: 112 MB | 934 MB
Total Time: 41:52
Website: Discogs

01. Massa lemba 05:45
02. Bushman promenade 04:59
03. Gombo sauce 05:17
04. Soir au village 05:20
05. Kango 07:23
06. Douala serenade 07:19
07. Abelley sphere 05:51

Manu Dibango: Percussion, Piano, Keyboards, Saxophones, Vocals, DX-7
Hugh Masekela: Bugle, Trumpet
Peter Tholo Segona: Trumpet
Jerry "Bokilo" Malekani: Guitar
Vincent "Chlanga" Nguini: Guitar
Paul Personne: Guitar
Michel Alibo: Bass
Francis Mbappe: Bass, Vocals
Didier Lockwood: Violin
Justin Bowen: Keyboard
Stephane Joly: Keyboard
Ray Lema: Keyboard
Brice Wouassi: Drums
Valery Lobe: Drums
Paco Sery: Percussion, Drums
Adama Drame: Percussion
Poussy Bille, N’Dedy Dibango, Charly Djenge, Sissi Catherine Elolongue, Florence Gnimagnon, Guy Lobe, Jean-Karl Dikoto Mandengue: Vocals

Biography from Allmusic:
Manu Dibango is Cameroon's, and perhaps Africa's, best-known jazz saxophonist. Starting in the 1950s, he became a globe-trotting musician, living and performing in France, Belgium, Jamaica, Zaire, and Cote d'Ivoire, as well as in Cameroon. In 1960, Dibango was one of the founding members of the Zairean band African Jazz, with whom he spent five years. World attention came to Dibango with the release in 1972 of Soul Makossa, a work that actually had precious little of the makossa sound in it, and scored later hits with Seventies and Ibida. Dibango's output has been prodigious and multi-faceted. He has worked with musicians as diverse as Fela Kuti, Sly Dunbar, Robbie Shakespeare, Don Cherry, and the Fania All-Stars. In addition to being one of the leading jazz saxophonists of his generation, Dibango has also run nightclubs, directed orchestras, and started one of the first African musical journals. A later release, Polysonik -- featuring English rapper MC Mello, Cameroonian singer Charlotte M'Bango leading a choral section, and sampled pygmy flutes -- shows that Dibango is continuing to flourish and expand in challenging new directions.

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