Manu Dibango - Afrovision mp3 flac download
|Genre:||Jazz / Funk / Folk music|
|Date of release:||1976|
|MP3 album size:||1221 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1630 mb|
|Digital formats:||AA MP2 AAC VQF XM AHX MP1|
Emmanuel "Manu" N'Djoké Dibango (born 12 December 1933) is a Cameroonian saxophonist and vibraphone player.
This album has an average beat per minute of 110 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 102/122 BPM).
Album · 1977 · 6 Songs. Afrovision Manu Dibango.
Tracklist: 1. Big Blow, 2. Dakar Streets, 3. Aloko Party, 4. Bayam Sell’am, 5. Baobab Sun 7, 6. Afrovision. More albums from Manu Dibango: Surtension by Manu Dibango. Live ’91 by Manu Dibango. Home Made by Manu Dibango. Ambassador by Manu Dibango. Anthems Volume 4 by Manu Dibango. African Voodoo by Manu Dibango. Gone Clear by Manu Dibango. Bande Originale Du Film Ceddo by Manu Dibango. View all albums .
Afrovision (LP, Album, Promo). Afrovision (CD, Album, RE). Africa Seven.
Dibango displays his virtuosity on vocals, saxophone, percussions, and keyboards in a set that attempts to pick up commercially where Soul Makossa ended. Most recording artists releasing albums in the late '70s included a disco tune, and Dibango is no exception; "Big Blow," a mighty slab of African funk, is his contribution to the style. Aloka Party" and "Bayam Sell'am" have the same driving force that propelled "Soul Makossa" up the charts.
Emmanuel N'Djoké Dibango (born 12 December 1933) is a Cameroonian musician and song-writer who plays saxophone and vibraphone. He developed a musical style fusing jazz, funk, and traditional Cameroonian music. His father was a member of the Yabassi ethnic group, though his mother was a Duala. He is best known for his 1972 single "Soul Makossa". Dibango was born in Douala, Cameroon. His father, Michel Manfred N'Djoké Dibango, was a civil servant.
Manu Dibango - Afrovision. 2 years ago 2 years ago. World. Manu Dibango is probably the most famous musician from Cameroon and quite possibly one of the most internationally well-known African musicians ever. Manu Dibango is a most versatile musician, having played and recorded almost every style of music you care to mention - soul, reggae, jazz, spirituals, blues, African, electro. For the "Afrovision" album we move to 1976, in Paris. Claude Vamur (Kassav) on drums, Alex Francfort on Piano and Celluloid, Bill Laswell stalwart Aiyb Diemg on percussion.
Afrovision (aka Big Blow) is a world fusion music album recording by MANU DIBANGO released in 1976 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. A1 Big Blow 5:40 A2 Dakar Streets 4:32 A3 Aloko Party 5:41 B1 Bayam Sell'am 5:56 B2 Baobab Sun 7 7:00 B3 Afrovision 5:30. Fiesta – 36. 03 (France).
Sample this album Artist (Sample).
|B2||Baobab Sun 7||7:00|
- Bass – Vicky Edimo
- Congas [Tumbas] – Aiyb Diemg*
- Drums – Claude Vamur
- Engineer [Cutting] – Yves Delaunay
- Guitar – Bernard Torelli, Jerry Malekani, Jo Tongo
- Percussion – Freddy Nkounkou*
- Piano – Alex Francfort
- Recorded By – Claude Achalle*, Henry Arcens*
- Vocals, Marimba, Saxophone, Synthesizer, Written-By, Arranged By – Manu Dibango
NotesInner gatefold is in black and white.
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|362.003||Manu Dibango||Afrovision (LP)||Fiesta||362.003||France||1976|
|ILPS 9526||Manu Dibango||Afrovision (LP)||Island Records||ILPS 9526||US||1978|
|SKL-R 5296||Manu Dibango||Afrovision (LP, Album)||Decca||SKL-R 5296||UK||1976|
|SLP-3035||Manu Dibango||Big Blow (LP, Album)||Sonet||SLP-3035||Sweden||1976|
|GXH 1052||Manu Dibango||Afrovision (LP, Album, Promo)||London Records||GXH 1052||Japan||1978|