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Viva Africando

Viva Africando

Artist: Africando

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Digital Album: $9.99
Viva Africando
Viva Africando

Artist: Africando
MP3
1. Deni Sabali
$0.99
2. Xalass Xalass
$0.99
3. Doundari
$0.99
4. Xam Sa Bop
$0.99
5. Es Para Ti Gnonnas
$0.99
6. En Vacances
$0.99
7. Maria Mboka
$0.99
8. Ma Won Mio
$0.99
9. Yen Djiguengny
$0.99
10. Noche Con Santana (Medley: Samba Pa Ti, Oye Como Va, Black Magic Woman)
$0.99
11. Destino
$0.99
12. Bouré Yayé Diama
$0.99
13. Africa Es (Tribute To Africando)
$0.99

DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: STERNS AFRICA
Rel. Date: 10/01/2013
UPC: 5017742301543

More Info:

20 years after its historic debut, the international salsa supergroup still packs a punch! Africando's 8th studio album, this is the first not recorded primarily in New York. This time the Africando masterminds, producer Ibrahima Sylla and arranger Boncana Maiga, bring New York's top Latin musicians - led by pianist Oscar Hernandez - to Paris. There they reunite with the group's vocal stars, Medoune Diallo, Sékouba Bambino, Amadou Ballaké and Shoubou, along with distinguished guest singers from diverse African and American countries, singing, all told, in 10 different languages.

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