Ousmane Kouyaté Et Les Ambassadeurs Internationaux – Kefimba (Guinea Conakry, 1983, Musique Mondiale)

Ousmane Kouyaté is a composer, arranger and musician (balafon and guitar player) born in 1950 in Dabola (Guinea Conakry).

He released 5 albums, and played with many great African musicians, such as Salif Keïta, Kante Manfila, Cheikh Tidiane Seck or Mory Kante (he played the guitar on the African hit “Mandjou” with the Malian band “Les Ambassadeurs”) and played in the very well known “Les Ambassadeurs Internationaux” among with Salif Keïta (Mali) and Kante Manfila (Guinea Conakry).

The track I wanted to present you today, “Kefimba”, is a storming long afro funk track with crazy synth and furious guitar parts taken from the second album of Ousmane Kouyaté, recorded in 1983 in Mali with Les Ambassadeurs Internationaux.

Ousmane Kouyaté Et Les Ambassadeurs Internationaux – Kefimba

You can also listen to it on my Youtube channel here : https://youtu.be/y9RjY-R2FU4

See you soon,

Armand

ADP026 – African All Stars (feat. Volta Jazz, Menelik Wossenachew, MBT, Ndo Clement..)

Hi dear readers !

Here comes the new selection I’ve prepared for you !This week I take you with me on a ride for a musical Journey through 9 songs, taken from 9 7 inches from 9 African countries (is 9 your favourite number ?)

This selection took me a long time to prepare, hope you’ll like it !!
 
Armand de Preseau – African All Stars
You can download the selection here !
Tracklist :
Kenya : The New Sunshine Band – Honey Baby
Guinea (Conakry) : Balla et Ses Balladins – Moi Ca Ma Fout
Congo : The MBT’s – MBT’s Sound
Benin : Phany Agboton – Allabiaboukata
Nigeria : Demono Rock Group : I’ll Loose you Girl
Ethiopia : Menelik Wossenachew – Chereka
Central African Republic : Orchestre Typical Fiesta – Papa Got A Brand New Bag
Burkina Faso : Volta Jazz – Moussoko Robatike
Cameroon : Ndo Clement et Les Titans – Nkul Wo Nlon
See you very soon, and don’t hesitate to leave some comments if you liked the selection, or if you have any questions !

Sincerely yours,

Armand