Salif Keita

Salif Keita - Tale (2012) {Emarcy}  Music

Posted by ruskaval at Nov. 17, 2013
Salif Keita - Tale (2012) {Emarcy}

Salif Keita - Tale (2012) {Emarcy}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 334 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 121 Mb
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© 2012 Emarcy / Universal | 371902-5
Jazz / World Music / Afro-Pop

Salif Keita may have the finest, most soulful male voice in Africa, but one can never be sure how he is going to use it. He has always specialised in surprises, from his early days in Mali's Rail Band and his experimental, keyboard-backed breakthrough album Soro, through to dodgy jazz fusion and exquisite acoustic albums.

SALIF KEITA - Collection  Music

Posted by salahudin at April 16, 2006
SALIF KEITA - Collection

SALIF KEITA - Collection

SALIF KEITA is very popular vocal/musician from mali, Africa, and his songs are very sensitive, and emotionally temperament. Very good compilation and choice for African music.

VA - Vik Sohonie & Mr Bongo: The Original Sound Of Mali (2017)  Music

Posted by ciklon5 at March 31, 2017
VA - Vik Sohonie & Mr Bongo: The Original Sound Of Mali (2017)

VA - Vik Sohonie & Mr Bongo: The Original Sound Of Mali (2017)
MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 01:36:27 | 230 Mb
Genre: Africa, Music, World / Label: Mr Bongo

The Original Sound Of Mali samples tracks from across the landlocked West African country. Has Psychedelic Rock vie with Afro-Cuban Rhumba. Tumbling drums and swirling Vox Continental. Ray Manzarek backing the Lizard King`s thing while Abel Lima E Les Sofas launch into a Cabo Verde killer. Fela-Like keys and brass punctuation. The Jazz of Satchmo`s muted horn. Guitars that move between acoustic strum, Link Wray twang, hypnotic snaking figures, and virtuoso Blues picking. Flute and violin in a duet that recalls Shadow`s D`Hardest. Balaphon Jams and Funk as tight as The Daktaris covering James Brown. Grooves as loose as the Lijadu Sisters. Vocals in carnival chant, or Salif Keita`s plaintive soar. Tempos that rise and fall as naturally as imagined tides.

Buddha Bar - Buddha-Bar VII By Ravin & David Visan (2005)  Music

Posted by uff at Jan. 17, 2017
Buddha Bar - Buddha-Bar VII By Ravin & David Visan (2005)

Buddha Bar - Buddha-Bar VII By Ravin & David Visan (2005)
Chillout | 2cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
George V, 4AF092012254 | rel: 2005 | 1210Mb

On the seventh volume of the Buddha-Bar series, the mixing duties are split between DJs Ravin and David Visan – the latter a protégé of Buddha-Bar founder Claude Challe. Disc one is highlighted by the Charles Webster remix of Salif Keita's “Moussoulou,” Federico Aubele's “Postales,” and My Phuong Nguyen & Thierry David's "Huong Viêtnam," while the second disc is led by Ryukyu Underground's "Mo Ashibi" [Jason Bentley Remix] and Les Négresses Vertes' "Sous le Soleil de Bodega (Bodega Di Moko)."
Snarky Puppy - Family Dinner Volume Two [Deluxe Edition] (2016)

Snarky Puppy - Family Dinner Volume Two [Deluxe Edition] (2016)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 87:08 min | 200 MB
Genre: Jazz, Fusion, World | Label: Ground Up

This album is the second in the Family Dinner series; which began with 2014s Grammy Award-winning album, Family Dinner - Volume One.

VA - Network Medien: Anthologies (1995-2008)  Music

Posted by Discograf_man at Feb. 7, 2015
VA - Network Medien: Anthologies (1995-2008)

VA - Network Medien: Anthologies (1995-2008)
World Music, Gypsy, African, Oriental, Ethnic, Folk | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 7,01 Gb
Label: Network Medien | Release Year: 1995-2008

The Network Media Cooperative (Network Medien-Cooperative) was founded in October 1979 – by April 1990 we had already issued 19 titles, at the time as audio-cassettes with a comprehensive booklet in a small package that looked like a chocolate box. The covers and layouts were produced using Letraset on a light-table installed over a bath tub. Among those first records were the musical themes that were to preoccupy us for 30 years: an extensive document of the “Gypsies Music Festival”; meanwhile the music of the Roma has been documented on numerous Network CDs, including the anthology “Road of the Gypsies” (often copied but never achieving the same level). A double musíccasette packet was devoted to cult music from Haiti and the sounds and life philosophy of the Rastafarians in Jamaica. Recording trips were undertaken, among others, to Cuba, Trinidad, St. Lucia, and Curacao, but also to Latin America, Brazil, Argentina, Ecuador, Venezuela, Colombia, Belize. We also approached the music worlds of Africa in our portrait of the South African pianist and vocalist Dollar Brand (today Abdullah Ibrahim) and in the first studio recordings of Soukous music. These were followed by trips to Liberia, Senegal, Mali, Tanzania, Zanzibar.
Various Artists - Beginner's Guide To African Voices (2010) [3CD] {Nascente}

Various Artists - Beginner's Guide To African Voices (2010) [3CD] {Nascente}
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© 2010 Nascente | NSBOX064
World Music / Jazz / Blues / African

2010 three CD set. From the dusty plains of Mali to the Tanzanian Serengeti, the African voice can be heard loud and proud throughout this vast and vibrant continent. Featured are African superstars Salif Keita, Orchestra Baobab, Rokia Traor‚, and Youssou N'Dour as well as less well-known names who will equally delight and excite such as Malian bluesman Boubacar Traor‚ and Zanzibar Taarab singer and WOMEX Award winner Bi Kidude.

Diely Moussa Kouyate - Le Temps (2008)  Music

Posted by Manavgat at Oct. 21, 2013
Diely Moussa Kouyate - Le Temps (2008)

Diely Moussa Kouyate - Le Temps (2008)
EAC RIP | Flac (Tracks)+CUE+LOG ~ 365 MB | 12 Tracks | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps ~ 130 MB
Genre: World, Ethnic & Folk | Label: Emarcy | Release Date: 14 january2008

Diely Moussa Kouyate has spent a large part of his life in the shadows, putting his guitar skills at the service of other people’s songs. But on his latest release, Le Temps, Kouyate indulges in a spot of spectacular role reversal, inviting the celebrity vocalists he has accompanied in the studio or live on stage to guest on his new album. What’s more, Mory Kante, Salif Keita, Kante Manfila, Abdoulaye Diabate and Mamani Keita, who all gave positive responses to Kouyate’s request, were apparently delighted to make their loyal guitarist’s long-held dream of recording an album together come true.
Ambassadeurs ‎– Best Of Ambassadeurs (1983) Celluloid / CEL 6640 - FR Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

Ambassadeurs ‎– Best Of Ambassadeurs
Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC | 24bit/96kHz
Label: Celluloid / CEL 6640 | FR Release: 1983 | Genre: African-Roots

In 1973 Salif Keita joined the group, Les Ambassadeurs. Keita and Les Ambassadeurs fled political unrest in Mali during the mid-1970s for Abidjan, Ivory Coast and subsequently changed the group's name to "Les Ambassadeurs Internationaux". The reputation of Les Ambassadeurs Internationaux rose to the international level in the 1970s, and in 1977 Keita received a National Order award from the president of Guinea, Sékou Touré.
He is the father of Paralympian athlete Nantenin Keita.

Africa Live - The Roll Back Malaria Concert (2006)  Music

Posted by robi62 at May 23, 2013
Africa Live - The Roll Back Malaria Concert (2006)

Africa Live - The Roll Back Malaria Concert (2006)
Video: NTSC, MPEG-2 at 5 442 Kbps, 720 x 480 (2.370) at 29.970 fps | Audio: AC-3 2ch. at 192 Kbps, AC-3 6ch. at 448 Kbps
Genre: World Music | Label: Ideale Audience International | Copy: Untouched | Release Date: 3 April 2006 | Runtime: 166 min. | 7,67 GB (DVD9)
Subtitles: English, French, Japanese, Spanish

In 2005, Senegalese superstar Youssou N'Dour helped organize a concert in Dakar, Senegal, to generate support in the fight against malaria, a disease that continues to plague much of Africa. The Roll Back Malaria concert showcased some of the finest musicians in Northwest Africa, performing in a wonderful if small cross section of musical styles from the vast African continent.
Some common elements in all the performances were multiple percussionists (this being Africa, after all), and an aural fabric of ostinatos, usually played by one or more electric guitars.