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  • 01. Africa Mawa
    02. Djwa Yango
    03. Sensible
    04. L’Amour
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    BIBI DEN’S TSHIBAYI

    Sensible

    [engl] A great mix of Zouk, Afro-Funk and Boogie from the Ivory Coast, 1983. Cool synths, electric guitar, Afro-Caribbean rhythms... Four long tracks, including the massive afro-disco-boogie “Africa Mawa” plus two cool afro/Zouk tracks and a deep ballad with psych guitar. Featuring Congolese musician Denis Bibi Den’s Thsibayi and his band The Best, “Sensible” was recorded at Abidjan, Ivory Coast, after Denis Tshibayi was requested to play live there. M. Sacko helped with the production / edition and the album was originally released first as a tiny private pressing in the Ivory Coast and later in France on the Tangent label. During that time, Denis Thsibayi also recorded for Earthworks/Rough Trade and in the following decades he recorded with Adrian Sherwood (On-U Sound Records), Alpha Blondy, etc.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    14.02.2019
    EAN
    EAN 4040824088736
    Format
    CD
    Release-Datum
    14.02.2019
    EAN
    EAN 4040824088743
     

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