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Various - French Africa Scarica Album
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Interprete: Various
Titolo: French Africa
Stile: Field Recording, Folk, African
Paese US
Etichetta Columbia Masterworks
Numero di Catalogo KL-205
Genere: Country
Valutazione: 4.4
Voti: 819
Dimensione Mp3: 2654 mb
Dimensione Flac: 1744 mb
Dimensione Wma: 2935 mb
Registra da: Vinyl, LP, Compilation

Various - French Africa Scarica Album

Tracklist

1Paddler's Song
Performer – Okande Tribe
2Song From In Salah
Vocals [Women] – Unknown Artist
3A Muezzin Call To Prayer
Recorded By – André DidierVocals – Unknown Artist
4Whistle Band
Performer – Wara TribeRecorded By – André Didier
5Festive Dance
Recorded By – André DidierVocals – Gwin Tribe
6Drum Duet
Drums – Malinke TribeRecorded By – Gilbert Rouget
7Healing Song
Chorus, Handclaps – Unknown Artist
8Work Song
Performer – Gwin TribeRecorded By – André Didier
9Music For A Camel Tournament (II)
Vocals – Touareg Tribesman
10Work Song
Performer – Kabre Tribe
11Dance Song
Performer – Unknown Artist
12Funeral Song
Recorded By – André DidierVocals – Gwin Tribe
13Funeral Song
Mbira [Sanza] – Unknown Artist
14Song Of Religious Possession
Performer – Jerma TribeRecorded By – Jean Rouch
15Song Of Exile
Performer [Woman] – Orfela
16Song Of Hommage To The King
Performer – Ambilube Tribe
17Dance With Drum Rhythm
Drums, Chorus – Okande Tribe
18Song Of Praise
Recorded By – G. RougetVocals, Harp – Malinke Tribe
19The Hunt
Performer – Jerma TribeRecorded By – Jean Rouch
20Djokobo
Drums, Chorus – Babinga Babenzele Pygmies
21Song Of Exorcism
Chorus – Sakalava Tribe
22Song For Rain
Recorded By – André DidierVocals – Gwin Tribe
23Bardic Song
Recorded By – Jean RouchVocals – Dogon
24Funeral Music
Drums, Vocals – Koukouya Tribe
25Magic Song
Vocals – Babinga Bangombe Pygmies
26Edjingi
Performer – Babinga Bangombe Pygmies
27Healing Song
Zither, Vocals – Kouyou Tribe
28Song Of Tobaski
Vocals [Sonray Tribe] – Songhai
29Sandzo
Drums, Chorus – Babinga Bangombe Pygmies
30Porter's Song
Choir – Bawanji Tribe
31Flute Players
Flute – Dogon Recorded By – Jean Rouch
32Music For A Camel Tournament
Performer [Tindi Accompaniment] – Unknown ArtistPerformer [Women] – Tuareg
33The Hunting Cries
Voice – Babinga Pygmies
34Dance Song
Drums, Vocals – Unknown Artist
35Song To Bring Good Luck
Performer – Vezo
36Song To Make The Camels Drink
Vocals – Unknown Artist
37Dance
Bells, Drums, Voice – Koukouya Tribe
38Wedding Song
Performer – Dankali Tribe

Versioni

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SL-205Alan Lomax, André Schaeffner Alan Lomax, André Schaeffner - French Africa ‎(LP, Comp)Columbia MasterworksSL-205USUnknown
91 A 02015, 91A 02015Alan Lomax, André Schaeffner and Gilbert Rouget Alan Lomax, André Schaeffner and Gilbert Rouget - French Africa ‎(LP, Comp)Columbia Special Products, Special Service Records91 A 02015, 91A 02015USUnknown

Crediti

  • Compiled By [Collected By], Edited ByAlan Lomax
  • DesignRonald Clyne
  • Edited By [Assistant]Gilbert Rouget, Robin Roberts
  • Edited By [Chief]André Schaeffner

Note

Recording locations:
A1a, A1d - Hoggar, Sahara Desert
A1b - Sahara Desert
A1c - In Salah, Sahara Desert
A2a, A4a, A4b, A4c, A4d, A4e - Banfora, Upper Volta
A2b, A2c - Somaliland
A3a, A3d, A3e - Niger Territory
A3b - French Sudan
A3c - Bandiagara district, French Sudan
A3f - Karala, French Guinea
A3g - Kouroussa district, French Guinea

B1a - Southern part of Madagascar
B1b - Western part of Madagascar
B1c - Southwest of Madagascar
B1d - North Madagascar
B1e - Togo
B2a, B2b, B2c, B2d - Gabon
B3a, B3b - Ouesso district, Middle Congo
B3c, B3d, B3e, B4a, B4b, B4c, B4d, B4e - Middle Congo

In gatefold sleeve with 12" by 12" three page booklet attached.

The album title appears variously as:
"French Africa" on the cover and spine, and
"African Music From The French Colonies" in the booklet and on the labels.

Video

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