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  • The backing singers' sudden ascending and graceful descending down the scale in this piece is beautiful.
  • the spirit of africa... wonderful
  • :-)
  • Emotion pur !
  • Back here courtesy of Remains beautiful.
  • Note 1 mit Stern :)
  • Re meaning: blogmeridian sent me the following some time back: "Louis, re your question over at my place, without exception the Malian singers I know about tend to sing about what might be broadly called community-building: the virtues of work; the importance of national/cultural unity (an important theme for Ali Farka Toure--Mali is culturally split into southern farming and urban cultures, and northern nomadic peoples); the rules of hospitality (Tartit have a song about a woman who is a poor hostess and thus an embarrassment to her family); the dangers of drug addiction and HIV; and spiritual concerns (Ali Farka Toure, at least, was a devout Muslim). etc. There are also love songs, but (again, as far as I know), they tend not to be especially carnal in their celebrations of the beloved but instead laud more intangible virtues. In short, Malian music is pretty affirmative of positive human virtues and attitudes. Hope this helps"
  • has brought me back to this seriously beautiful track. Am still curious about what the song is actually about. Sometime back, someone helped me with (I think) Oumou Sangare's lyrics. I'll try to track them down to get them to help out on this.
  • Salif has done it again. Hoe is one of the best. keep representing brother!
  • sehr schön...:)

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