sexta-feira, 12 de abril de 2013

Amadou Et Mariam / Dimanche à Bamako

Amadou & Mariam are a musical duo from Mali, composed of the couple Amadou Bagayoko (guitar and vocals) (born in Bamako 24 October 1954) and Mariam Doumbia (vocals) (born in Bamako 15 April 1958). The pair, known as "the blind couple from Mali" met at Mali's Institute for the Young Blind, where they both performed at the Institute’s Eclipse Orchestra, directed by Idrissa Soumaouro, and found they shared an interest in music. Amadou lost his vision at the age of 16, while Mariam became blind at age 5 as a consequence of untreated measles.[1]
The duo's early recordings in the 1980s and 1990s featured sparse arrangements of guitar and voice. Since the late 1990s Amadou & Mariam have produced music that mixes traditional Mali sound with rock guitars, Syrian violins, Cuban trumpets, Egyptian ney, Indian tablas and Dogon percussion. In combination these elements have been called "Afro-blues".
1. "M'Bifé" (Mariam Doumbia, Manu Chao) —
2. "M'Bifé Balafon" (Manu Chao) —
3. "Coulibaly" (Amadou Bagayoko) —
4. "La Réalité" (Bagayoko) —
5. "Sénégal Fast Food" (Bagayoko, Chao, Doumbia) —
6. "Artistiya" (Doumbia) —
7. "La Fête au Village" (Bagayoko) —
8. "Camions Sauvages" (Bagayoko, Chao, Doumbia) —
9. "Beaux Dimanches" (Bagayoko) —
10. "La Paix" (Bagayoko) —
11. "Djanfa" (Bagayoko, Chao, Doumbia) —
12. "Taxi Bamako" (Chao) —
13. "Politic Amagni" (Bagayoko, Chao, Ousmane Cissé, Tiemoko Traoré) —
14. "Gnidjougouya" (Doumbia) —
15. "M'Bifé Blues" (Chao, Doumbia) —

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