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  • 09/15/17--08:04: Tribalistas Tribalistas
  • Tribalistas
    Tribalistas
    (Phonomotor Records/Universal Music, 2017)
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  • 09/15/17--08:17: Mike Dawes – Era (2017)
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    Mike Dawes is an English virtuoso Fingerstyle guitar player known for composing, arranging and performing multiple parts simultaneously on one instrument using unique extended and micro-techniques.Era has an uncannily natural sound to it, owing to the sophisticated ways in which Dawes’ guitar—a signature Andreas Cuntz CWG23s with Indian rosewood back and sides—was recorded. The instrument was captured with a pair of stereo microphones in the room, a large diaphragm condenser over the nut, a pair of condensers near the guitar’s body, and four onboard pickups. “I can’t speak highly enough of the engineer, Josh Clark, who really gets acoustic music,” Dawes said, adding that cheese-and-chutney sandwiches and tea between takes helped make for a relaxed vibe in the studio.

    Though the sound of Dawes’ instrument on the record is predominantly acoustic—the guitarist uses extended techniques to call forth a wide range of timbral and percussive elements—it’s enhanced by a judicious use of effects. “I use lots of effects very moderately, enhancing the music whilst still letting the guitar breathe,” he says. “But who knows? Maybe my next album will be an Icelandic epic with gallons of reverb and delay.”


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    Bravo
    Ouvindo Marco Rodrigues
    Obrigad...

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    Gracia...

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    VA - Ultimate Dance (2016) FLAC (tracks + .cue)
    Artist: VA | Album: Ultimate Dance | Released: 2016 | Label: Sony Music | Genre: Electronic, Disco, Dance, Pop | Country: International

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  • 09/15/17--09:05: Msafiri Zawose Uhamiaji
  • Msafiri Zawose
    Uhamiaji
    (Soundway, 2017)
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    Albums

    2007 – A Book Like This
    2010 – Down The Way (2CD)
    2010 – Memories Of An Old Friend
    2011 – Triple J Live
    2014 – Angus & Julia Stone (2CD Special Edition)
    2017 – Snow

    Singles & EP’s

    2006 – Chocolates and Cigarettes
    2007 – Heart Full of Wine
    2007 – Monday Night Live Session
    2008 – Hollywood
    2008 – Hollywood (VBR 201-228 kbps)
    2008 – Just A Boy (192 kbps)
    2010 – Big Jet Plane
    2014 – Smother – For You (& Daughter)

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    Ethiopiques, Vol. 7: Ere Mela Mela

    Release Date: September 14, 1999
    Label: Buda Musique
    Artist: Mahmoud Ahmed

    Er mla mla 'was the very first record of modern Ethiopian music released in Europe. This volum 7 includes all of the Mahmoud Ahmed's recordings released in 1975 by Kaifa Records, plus 2 tracks released on another 45 and 2 masterpieces from an album released in 1978 under Mahmoud's own label.Er mla mla' is one of the last treasures of the golden age of modern Ethiopian music.
    1. Ere Mela Mela
    2. Metche New
    3. Bemen Sebeb Letlash
    4. Abbay Mado
    5. Embwa Belew
    6. Atawurulegn Lela
    7. Ohoho Gedama
    8. Sedetegnash Negn
    9. Sameraye
    10. Endenesh Gedawo
    11. Fetsum Denq Ledj Nesh
    12. Ebakesh Tareqign
    13. Asheweyna
    14. Belomi Benna
    15. Tezeta

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    5*

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    320 kbps | 108 MB | LINKS

    Tracklist:

    01. Roscoe 04:46
    02. Bandits 04:00
    03. Head Home 05:41
    04. Van Occupanther 03:11
    05. Young Bride 04:51
    06. Branches 05:02
    07. In This Camp 05:41
    08. We Gathered In Spring 03:32
    09. It Covers the Hillsides 03:11
    10. Chasing After Deer 02:40
    11. You Never Arrived 01:39
    12. The Fairest Way 02:59
    13. Festival 05:17


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    Juno-winning guitarist Jesse Cook is gearing up to release his new album, Beyond Borders, September 15 via eOne Music Canada. Today, GuitarWorld.com presents the exclusive premiere of the album’s title track.

    “When I’m composing, it’s like I’m cooking,” Cook says.”I throw all my favorite ingredients in the pot. I try to combine ingredients I’ve never heard together before. It’s a risk, you never known how it’s going to turn out. But sometimes you’re lucky, and you find magic.

    “I have wanted to work with Maryem (the vocalist on the song) again, ever since we worked together on ‘Nomad.’ I wrote this song last summer, with the original vocal being sung by me. I actually kinda liked the song that way. But once Maryem came into the studio and worked her magic, there was no looking back. She’s a very special singer.”


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    320 kbps | 101 MB | LINKS

    Juno-winning guitarist Jesse Cook is gearing up to release his new album, Beyond Borders, September 15 via eOne Music Canada. Today, GuitarWorld.com presents the exclusive premiere of the album’s title track.

    “When I’m composing, it’s like I’m cooking,” Cook says.”I throw all my favorite ingredients in the pot. I try to combine ingredients I’ve never heard together before. It’s a risk, you never known how it’s going to turn out. But sometimes you’re lucky, and you find magic.

    “I have wanted to work with Maryem (the vocalist on the song) again, ever since we worked together on ‘Nomad.’ I wrote this song last summer, with the original vocal being sung by me. I actually kinda liked the song that way. But once Maryem came into the studio and worked her magic, there was no looking back. She’s a very special singer.”


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    Salif Keita is back in New York, following a bang-up show at the Chicago World Music Festival. Salif’s show at SOB’s last night (Sept. 14) was such a hit that the club has booked him again for tomorrow night, Sept. 16 at 8 p.m.

    Salif moves with a smaller band these days, an inevitable consequence of touring realities for African bands in America in 2017. But no matter. As Salif and company amply demonstrated last night, at age 68 this man remains a force to be reckoned with. This was a more upbeat and visceral show than his Town Hall outing in April. Guitarist Djessou Mory Kante and kora maestro Madou Sidiki Diabaté (brother of Toumani Diabaté) provide the main melodic backing, and take sensational solos. Three female backing vocalist/dancers animate the stage and surround Salif’s iconic vocal with the trademark richness heard on his many recordings. From the first number last night, Salif had a full house, roughly half Malians, in a kind of rapture that never let up.

    Near the end of his set, he took a break to give Madou Diabaté a chance to showcase his solo kora chops. Then the band returned, as backing vocalist Aminata Dante (on Facebook as Chocolani Dante) delivered a moving display of classic Mande griot artistry. She was fittingly showered with cash and gifts before Salif returned to the stage for a rousing finale.

    Salif Keita, SOB’s (Photos by Banning Eyre 2017)

    Salif channels griot vocal power, though he is not a griot himself. But he made a point of noting that rising religious fundamentalism in Mali is today threatening to bury the griot tradition of praise and musicality: an alarming development for lovers of Malian music. Invigorated by cultural activism, and clearly inspired by the nightclub setting, Salif rocked the house.

    If you can get to SOB’s this Saturday, don’t miss it! No telling how many more international tours this Afropop veteran will mount.

    A few photos from last night’s show to whet your appetite…

    Aminata Dante

    Madou Sidiki Diabaté

    Djessou Mory Kante


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    Spicer is a multi-instrumentalist and a crafty singer-songwriter who has spent over a decade as a film director. After two albums released in 2000 and 2003, Spicer returns with a terrific collection of songs and even more interesting instrumentation. Her rather nomadic life has carried her from Pennsylvania to Los Angeles to Austin and to rather uncommon places too. As a film director, Spicer also found time to compose and had some songs placed in high profile TV shows (Party of Five, Dawson’s Creek) and some rather obscure indie films. She’s had three Kennedy Center appearances, produced tracks for other projects and had life altering journeys to Southeast Asia in 2012 and 2014, with a friend who was funding a documentary about Nepal’s civil war. As she visited monasteries, she says, “I was searching for new sounds and new sanctuary.” Those searches, along with the dissolving of a relationship, were the impetus for the album.

    Rarely will you find a more star- studded collection of musicians on an album. They include Stones’ bassist Daryl Johnson, keyboardist Rami Jaffee (Wallflowers/Foo Fighters), Mike Finnigan (Bonnie Raitt/Taj Mahal), pedal steel player Eric Heywood (Son Volt), guitarists Tony Gilkyson and Gurf Morlix, as well as and violinist Petra Haden and singer-songwriter Jimmy LaFave. Malcolm Burn mixed the album while multi-instrumentalist Steve McCormick produced.

    Despite the array of talent, it’s Spicer’s adventurous musical spirit and curiosity that sets this album apart. No two songs have either the same players or same instruments. Spicer is primarily a pianist and actually picked up a guitar for the first time while making this record. She went on to play banjo, lap steel and an array of guitars as well as the glock and another keyboard she calls C3. She says, “Every time I picked up a new instrument, I wrote a song. It was the best sandbox ever.” She comments on the rather curious album title, an audio term regarding pitch and speed variations, this way. “The phrase is also very sensual to me, like wax and wane, ebb and flow, the closing and the opening of the heart.”

    Even her song titles and lyrics reflect her cinematic background. We have “Lightning,” “Windchill,” and “Wild Horses.” There are mentions of hurricanes, open flames and stones polished in the rain. The sound of a hoot owl imbues “Shotgun” along with Native-American and African-influenced vocal influences. Spicer has a primarily folk rock/Americana approach but her sense of mystery, use of spaces, vocal layering, and diverse use of instruments make her sound unique. My only quibble is that her voice could be a slightly more prominent in the mix. Nonetheless, this is an album you’ll often return to because the variety of sounds will evoke different images and emotions. It will be interesting to hear these songs live where Spicerwill likely be mostly playing piano, with far less accompaniment. You can see her on tour with John Gorka beginning in June.

    —Jim Hynes


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    Crys Cole & Oren Ambarchi
    Hotel Record
    (Black Truffle, 2017)
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