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Bassekou Kouyate & Ngoni Ba

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"No matter how intricate his finger-work or deep his Griot knowledge, plugged-in Kouyaté retains an admirably grimy tone, meaning lute-player or no, he belongs within the very top ranks of contemporary proponents of electric African guitar..."
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Siran Fen
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Musow Fanga
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Abé Sumaya
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Ayé Sira Bla
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Borongoli ma Kununban
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Waati
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Fama Magni
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Te Duniya Laban
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Bassekouni
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"No matter how intricate his finger-work or deep his Griot knowledge, plugged-in Kouyaté retains an admirably grimy tone, meaning lute-player or no, he belongs within the very top ranks of contemporary proponents of electric African guitar..."
© TiVo

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