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  • 01. Terroir
    02. Houmeissa
    03. Dounia
    04. Bororo
    05. Wassa
    06. Takamba
    07. Touareg
    08. Baoura
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    HAMA

    Houmeissa

    [engl] Nigerian composer Hama presents a groundbreaking album of traditional electronic desert folk songs, hovering somewhere between early 90s techno and synthwave. Nomadic herding ballads, ancient caravan songs, and ceremonial wedding chants are all re-imagined into pieces seemingly lifted from a Saharan 1980s sci-fi soundtrack or score to a Tuareg video game. With a deep love and respect, Hama effortlessly takes back and re-appropriates fourth-world ethnoambient music.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    18.01.2019
    EAN
    EAN 0843563107874
     

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