Various - African Blues album FLAC
African Blues (compilation album). African Blues is a world music benefit compilation album originally released in 1998, with proceeds going to Voluntary Service Overseas. Part of the World Music Network Rough Guides series, the release features African blues (a genre which is not simply an African re-interpretation of the American style, but carrying on traditions that were also exported to the Americas-see Origins of the blues).
African blues is a genre of popular music, primarily from West Africa. The term may also reference a putative journey undertaken by traditional African music from its homeland to the United States and back. Some scholars and ethnomusicologists have speculated that the origins of the blues can be traced to the musical traditions of Africa, as retained by African-Americans during and after slavery.
It is common knowledge that the origin of the blues lies in West Africa, and that it was carried to America by slaves. One of the most authentic-sounding pieces combines American Corey Harris with the late Malian guitar legend Ali Farka Touré (who was a fan of John Lee Hooker). Bob Brozman teams with Djeli Moussa Diawara for an interesting African take on a Skip James song, combining guitar with the kora harp very successfully.
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African Blues Various Artists. African Blues Marcelo Gagliotti. African Blues Amina Claudine Myers. African Blues Neuroxyde & Aki Bergen. South Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orchestra. St. Louis Blues South Frisco Jazz Band. Wild Man Blues South Side Six. 4:00. Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me South Frisco Jazz Band. Umakoti (Instrumental) South African Wedding Songs.
African Blues is a world music benefit compilation album originally released in 1998, with proceeds going to Voluntary Service Overseas. The compilation was produced and coordinated by Phil Stanton & Sandra Alayón-Stanton, co-founders of the World Music Network
|1||–Mali Latino||Ni Koh Bedy||3:35|
|3||–Diabel Cissokho & Ramon Goose||Totouma||4:16|
|4||–Amar Sundy||Camel Shuffle||2:50|
|6||–Taj Mahal Meets The Culture Musical Club Of Zanzibar||Dhow Countries||7:46|
|9||–Playing For Change Featuring Tinariwen||Groove In G||4:25|
- Artwork – Nicola Heindl
- Executive-Producer – Dan Storper
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 90248 03172 9
|P317-SL||Various||African Blues (CD, Comp, Promo, Car)||Putumayo World Music||P317-SL||Europe||2012|
|PUT 317-2||Various||African Blues (CD, Comp)||Putumayo World Music||PUT 317-2||Europe||2012|