Jeanot Rabeson Et Son Orchestre – Jazz Sega (Madagascar, 1970s, Discomad)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Jazz Sega“, a killer Afro Jazz instrumental track from Madagascar (Indian Ocean) with local Folk influences, including mad organ, bouncy drums & flute parts – Enjoy !

Jeanot Rabeson et Son Orchestre – Jazz Sega

You can also listen to this song on my Youtube Channel here : https://youtu.be/d7CwgO9CKXU

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Have a nice Sunday, see you on next Wednesday for another musical (re)discovery !

Armand de Preseau

Les Abranis – A Yema (Kabylie/Algeria, 1977, Disques Bordj El Phen)

Les Abranis was one of the very first Rock band from Algerian Kabylie and, more, one of the very first from Algeria.
 
The group was founded in 1967 by Sid Mohand Tahar, aka Karim “Abranis” Abdenour, singer and bassist, and was originally composed with :
– Karim “Abranis” Abdenour : Singer, Bass
– Samir Chabane – Singer
– Madi Mahdi : Guitar
– Shamy El Baz : Organ
In 1975,  Samir & Madi left the band to found “Syphax“, another legendary Algerian Kabyle band.
For today, I wanted to share with you “A Yema“, one of my favorite track from the band, a deep & groovy Rock Folk ballad with uplifiting fuzzy guitar riffs & catchy drums taken from the first album of the band, recorded in 1977 – Enjoy !

Les Abranis – A Yema

You can also listen to this song on my Youtube Channel here : https://youtu.be/Gt5UX7_xzpE

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Have a nice Wednesday, see you on next Sunday for another musical (re)discovery !

Armand de Preseau

Ousmane – Ya Ghagh-Irifi (Morocco, 1976, Mawel)

Ousmane (“Lightning”) was a band from Morocco, who used to play Amazighe (berber tribe from North Africa) Gnawa music in the 70s.

Really setter for the time, the band was composed of 6 members : Ammuri M’barek, Said Bijaaden, Said Butrufin, Belaid el-Akkaf, Tarik el-Maaroufi and Lyazed Qorfi.

They recorded two singles in 1976, toured all around the country and performed a concert in Paris (France) at the Olympia Concert Hall on the 5 of February 1977 (that was also recorded on vinyl), before splitting in 1978.

Following to that former post, I wanted to share with you for today “Ya Ghagh-Irifi“, a catchy Gnawa Jazz Folk desert blues with very sweet violin parts, taken from the second single of the band, recorded in 1976 – Enjoy !

Ousmane – Ya Ghagh-Irifi

You can also listen to this song on my Youtube Channel here : https://youtu.be/vXceegTpXDM

Have a nice Wednesday, see you on next Sunday for another musical (re)discovery !

Armand de Preseau

Theodore Boumbhe – La Guerre Et La Paix Ne Sont Pas Pareilles (Ivory Coast, 1970s, SID – Societe Ivoirienne Du Disque)

Best known for his hit “Coco tu es partout“, Théodore Boumbhé – also nicknamed has “the guitar that speaks” – was the sole son of a noble family. Playing guitar since he was fifteen, he traveled widely throughout Africa, playing with bands & performing solos.

For today, I wanted to share with you “La Guerre Et La Paix Ne Sont Pas Pareilles” (“War & Peace Are Not The Same“), a breezing catchy psychedelic Afro Folksy Soul track with nice horns & organ parts – Enjoy !

Théodore Boumbhé – La Guerre Et La Paix Ne Sont Pas Pareilles

You can also listen to this song on my Youtube Channel here : https://youtu.be/ng7ir2_Ewrs

Have a nice Sunday, see you on next Wednesday for another musical (re) discovery !

Armand de Preseau

Joby Bernabé – Laté Ya (Martinique, 1985, GD Productions)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Laté Ya“, a deep West Indian Folk Jazz Jusion track recorded in 1985 by the martinican poet & musician Joby Bernabé – Enjoy !

Joby Bernabé – Laté Ya

You can also listen to this song on my Youtube Channel here : https://youtu.be/PP0UKyyo_1U

Have a nice Wednesday !

Armand de Preseau

Manno Charlemagne – Fini Les Colonies ! (Haiti, 1984, UR)

Following to this post, I wanted to share with you for today “Fini Les Colonies !“, a splendid Haïtian politically committed Folk track recorded by the musician, poet and haitian culture & roots defender Manno Charlemagne – Enjoy !

Manno Charlemagne – Fini Les Colonies !

You can also listen to this song on my Youtube Channel here : https://youtu.be/5u4nrARDgBc

Have a nice Sunday !

Armand de Preseau

Mohamed Mazouni – Edaha Edaha (Algeria, 1970s, Oasis Disques)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Edaha Edaha“, a raw psychedelic folk track recorded in the 70s by the Algerian legend Mohamed Mazouni – Enjoy !

Mohamed Mazouni – Edaha Edaha

You can also listen to this song on my Youtube Channel here : https://youtu.be/XxbubMu1QwY

Have a nice wednesday !

Armand de Preseau

Demba Camara Et Son Groupe – Exhumation Folklorique (Guinea Conakry, 1971, Editions Syliphone Conakry)

For today, I wanted to share with you one of my favorite Guinean song, “Exhumation Folkorique“, an outstanding deep folk track with jazzy vibes, slow afrobeat accentsmesmerizing voices & captivating rhythm section – Enjoy !

Demba Camara Et Son Groupe – Exhumation Folklorique

You can also listen to this song on my Youtube Channel here : https://youtu.be/5H3kgo_N-hM

Have a nice Sunday !

Armand de Preseau

Mahaelo – Volasoa (Madagascar, 1978, Discomad)

Following to this post, I wanted to share with you for today “Volasoa“, another excellent Afro Folk track by Mahaleo, one of my favorite Madagascan band – Enjoy !

Mahaleo – Volasoa

You can also listen to this song on my Youtube channel here : https://youtu.be/44BHjE5dnMs

Take a good care of you,

Armand de Preseau

Manno Charlemagne – Poukisa W Pa Pale (Haïti, 1988, Kako)

For today, I decided to share with you “Poukisa W Pa Pale“, a splendid Haïtian Folk track recorded by the musician, poet and haitian culture & roots defender Manno Charlemagne – Enjoy !

Manno Charlemagne – Poukisa W Pa Pale

You can also listen to this track on my Youtube channel here : https://youtu.be/GxfaQMkUTgM

Merry Christmas to all,

Armand de Preseau