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Manu Dibango - Demain L'Afrique album download
Manu Dibango - Demain L'Afrique album download
Performer: Manu Dibango
Title: Demain L'Afrique
Released: 1977
Style: Afrobeat
Rating: 4.8/5
FLAC size: 1138 mb | MP3 size: 1571 mb | WMA size: 1987 mb
Genre: Funk

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Bao Bao. Manu Dibango. Nuits d’Afrique – 30 ans, Compilation rétrospective.

Manu Dibango is an unstoppable force. At the ripe old age of 73, the Cameroonian sax star is still going strong, presenting his own show on FM radio. On Tuesday 20 March, Manu takes to the stage at the Casino de Paris to celebrate 50 years of music-packed career.

Africadelic, Manu Dibango Anthology. 7. Si Tu Vois Ma Mère, Joue Sidney Bechet (Plays Sidney Bechet) - Homage To New Orleans. 8. Africa Boogie, Manu Dibango Anthology. 9. Reggae Makossa, Manu Dibango Anthology. 10. Wouri, Saxy-Party. 11. Lily, Soul Makossa. 12. Sun Explosion, Manu Dibango Anthology. 13. Soul Fiesta, Africadelic. 14. Weya, Makossa Man. 15. Wakafrika, Wakafrika. 16. Afro-Soul, Africadelic. 17. Wilderness, Manu Dibango Anthology. 18. Black Beauty, Africadelic. 19. African Carnaval, Africadelic. Golden Afrique: The Great Days of Rumba Congolaise and Early Soukous (1956-1982). Hip-Hop/Rap, R'n'B, Rhythm and Blues, Soul. Demain L'afrique - Single.

With Dibango hailed as one of the early originators of the world music scene, this album does a good job of looking over the years prior to his mainstream breakout with "Soul Makossa" (1973). In reality, Dibango was playing in the 1950s, but the album only goes back as far as 1967 because it's that area of time that he really began stepping out with his own sounds


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