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Rough Guide To Voodoo

Rough Guide To Voodoo

Artist: Rough Guide

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1. Guide Nibo
2. Shango
3. Marie Laveau
4. Segala
5. Canto De Xango
6. Osain/Osanyin
7. Cantos Iyesá
8. Dey
9. Canto De Oxum
10. Yemaya
11. New Orleans Funeral
12. Marie Laveau


1. Hounto Legba
2. Madam Letan
3. La Souvenance
4. Madichon
5. Ochan Lavi
6. Balize
7. Atomp A
8. Garçon Solide
9. Vire Wonn
10. Ti Moun Yo
11. Yege Dahomen
12. Nadoki Nadoka
13. Krepsol

Format: CD
Rel. Date: 09/24/2013
UPC: 605633127522

More Info:

Welcome to the spiritual rhythms of voodoo, brought by slaves from the religion's West African birthplace to its incarnations in Haiti (Voudou), Cuba (Santería), Brazil (Candomble), Trinidad, and New Orleans. Grupo Vocal Desandann, Lord Nelson, Gangbé Brass Band, Maria Bethania and Dr John stand side-by-side in this unique take on voodoo's riveting musical history. Bonus CD: Erol Josué, Régléman. Haitian singer Erol Josué is a practicing Vodou priest. His music explores the traditional rhythms that connect to the religion s rich history with a contemporary twist.

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