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Né la thiass (Youssou N'Dour Presents Cheikh N'Diguël Lô;2018 Remastered Version)

Cheikh Lô

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1
Boul di Tagale (2018 Remastered Version)
Cheikh Lô
6:04
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Né la thiass (2018 Remastered Version)
Cheikh Lô
4:24
3
Ndogal (2018 Remastered Version)
Cheikh Lô
5:27
4
Set (2018 Remastered Version)
Cheikh Lô
5:24
5
Cheikh Ibra Fall (2018 Remastered Version)
Cheikh Lô
4:28
6
Bamba sunu goorgui (2018 Remastered Version)
Cheikh Lô
4:53
7
Guiss guiss (2018 Remastered Version)
Cheikh Lô
4:35
Total Playing Time    35:15
There are first albums that are master shots and enough to propel you into the limelight. Né La Thiass, released in 1995 in Senegal and then internationally at the young label World Circuit, is one of them. On this album, reissued from the "masters" of the audio cassette, we rediscover the Sheikh Lô without make-up or pop from a pioneering era: a polyglot troubadour with flexible and hopping singing (in Wolof and Bambara), a cosmopolitan songwriter which was already brewing mbalax, soukouss, Latin dances and other rhythms then in vogue in West Africa, who also used electric strings, but was still faithful to the acoustic syncopations of the little drum tama, whose frenetic pulse serves as a red thread to these panting beaches.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – World Circuit Studio Masters

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