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The Radio Tisdas Sessions

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Revered by the Tuareg community, the band Tinariwen has astounded the Western guitar rock lovers who discovered it with its Radio Tisdas Sessions. The impact of their music completes the sensation left by the blues of Ali Farka Touré: that rock music owes part of its essence to the notes and practices originating from this part of the world. Produced in 2000 by the Angevin band Lo’Jo and English guitarist Justin Adams—future right-hand man of Robert Plant—this first album, created from recordings made in the studios of the Tuareg radio in Kidal, North Mali, transcribes Tinariwen’s dynamics closest to their everyday life. The interlaced guitars enshroud with their electric aura the poetic laments in Tamasheq and the rhythmics evoking the march of a caravan describe, better than colour pictures or HD movies, the magic of their region’s rocky desert. Eternal trances and dreams are within earshot and the rest of the band’s adventures was met with success. © BM/Qobuz

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1
Le Chant Des Fauves 00:07:32

Tinariwen, MainArtist

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Nar Djenetbouba 00:04:46

Tinariwen, MainArtist

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Imidiwaren 00:06:25

Tinariwen, MainArtist

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Zin Es Gourmeden 00:05:21

Tinariwen, MainArtist

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Afours Afours 00:05:26

Tinariwen, MainArtist

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Tessalit 00:03:57

Tinariwen, MainArtist

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Khedou Khedou 00:06:12

Tinariwen, MainArtist

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Mataraden Anexan 00:05:47

Tinariwen, MainArtist

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Bismillah 00:04:21

Tinariwen, MainArtist

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Tin-Essako (Live) 00:02:08

Tinariwen, MainArtist

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Revered by the Tuareg community, the band Tinariwen has astounded the Western guitar rock lovers who discovered it with its Radio Tisdas Sessions. The impact of their music completes the sensation left by the blues of Ali Farka Touré: that rock music owes part of its essence to the notes and practices originating from this part of the world. Produced in 2000 by the Angevin band Lo’Jo and English guitarist Justin Adams—future right-hand man of Robert Plant—this first album, created from recordings made in the studios of the Tuareg radio in Kidal, North Mali, transcribes Tinariwen’s dynamics closest to their everyday life. The interlaced guitars enshroud with their electric aura the poetic laments in Tamasheq and the rhythmics evoking the march of a caravan describe, better than colour pictures or HD movies, the magic of their region’s rocky desert. Eternal trances and dreams are within earshot and the rest of the band’s adventures was met with success. © BM/Qobuz

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