Need Contributors

Interested to share albums over here?

To support our uploads please download the below Concha Buika - Mi Niña Lola "A Mi Manera" as a free user.

Yüklenen dosyalarin linklerinin canli kalmasi için aşağıda Concha Buika - Mi Niña Lola "A Mi Manera" şarkısını ücretsiz kullanıcı olarak indirin bize destek olun

Concha Buika - Mi Niña Lola "A Mi Manera"

Your Ad Here


Nina Pastori - No hay quinto malo [2004]

Niña Pastori is a Spanish flamenco singer (cantaora). She was born María Rosa García García in San Fernando (Cádiz) on 15 January 1978. The youngest of five siblings and only daughter of a military man (José) and gypsy flamenco singer La Pastori, she started her artistic career at a young age. At the age of six she accompanied her mother in the flamenco tablaos of her neighborhood, "el Boquete" and a year later won a contest in San Fernando.

Track List of Nina Pastori - No hay quinto malo

01 Principio
02 Espinas
03 Imposible
04 El Loco Del Barrio
05 En Tres Minutos
06 Puede Ser
07 La Cuna
08 Santo Romero
09 La Tata
10 En Los Rincones De Mi Casa
11 Como Me Duele
12 Final

Ali Campbell - Running Free [2007]

Ali Campbell, (born 15 February 1959), is an English singer, solo artist & songwriter and was, until recently, the lead singer of the Reggae band UB40. Wikipedia - Ali Campbell

Track List Ali Campbell - Running Free [2007]
01. Running Free (featuring Beverley Knight)
02. Hold Me Tight
03. I'll be Standing By (featuring Lemar)
04. Don't Go
05. Would I Lie To You (featuring Bitty McLean)
06. I Want One of Those
07. Hallelujah Time (featuring Smokey Robinson)
08. Don't Try This At Home (featuring Katie Melua)
09. Flex
10. Being With You (featuring Mick Hucknall)
11. Gotta Get Away
12. Devoted To You (featuring Robin Campbell)
13. Village Ghetto Land (featuring Aston Barrett and Don Yute)
14. Cold Around My Heart

Nana Mouskouri - Vieilles Chansons de France [1998]

Nana Mouskouri (in Greek, Nάνα Μούσχουρη), born as Ioanna Mouskouri on October 13, 1934, in Chania, Crete, Greece, is a singer of Greek origin. She was known as Nana to her friends and family as a child. She has recorded in many different languages, including Greek, French, English, German, Italian, Spanish, among others. She is also known to be The Best Selling Female Recording Artist Ever. Wikipeadi - Nana Mouskouri

Nana Mouskouri - Vieilles Chansons de France [1998]

1. Voici le Mois de May
2. Belle Doette
3. Roi a Fait Battre Tambour
4. Pauvre Rutebeuf
5. Claire Fontaine
6. Amour de Moy
7. Pont de Nantes
8. Brave Marin
9. Marches du Palais
10. V'la l'Bon Vent
11. Plasir d'Amour
12. Beau Matin a la Fraiche
13. Mariez-Vous Belles
14. Va Mon Ami Va
15. Ah! Si Mon Moine
16. Je N'Aimerai Jamais Que Vous
17. Mes Belles Amourettes
18. Dans Les Prisons de Nantes
19. Vierge a la Fontaine
20. Vive la Rose

More Nana Mouskouri...

Toumani Diabate - The Mande Variations [2008]

Kora maestro Toumani Diabaté has a lot of legend to live up to. Although synonymous with the instrument ever since his sparkling international solo debut, Kaira (1988), The Mandé Variations is only his second solo disc. While Kaira introduced a new level of technical sophistication, it stuck to folkloric repertoire inherited from Mali's ancient Mandé empire, founded way back in 1235. This new album continues to develop kora technique and covers some of the same territory, but also ventures beyond the Mandé heartland for inspiration – with mixed results. Read More - BBC

Songlines magazine, April/May 2008
Toumani Diabaté is today for the kora (harp-lute) what Ravi Shankar was for the sitar 40 years ago - not just the outstanding virtuoso of his generation but a musician with the visionary genius to exert a profound influence far beyond world music. Just as Shankar influenced George Harrison and others, Toumani has already made an impact on the music of Björk, Damon Albarn and those at the more adventurous end of the rock spectrum.

If the album title was chosen to echo Bach's Goldberg Variations, it's a good analogy, for there's a courtly grace and elegance to these eight long, solo instrumental pieces. The effect is meditative - this is music for the head. And yet there is rhythm, too, of an astonishingly subtle complexity, although you'd have trouble dancing to it. Some have found the music's intricate, dignified counterpoint too austere to maintain concentration. Repeated listening pays dividends however - there's a voluptuousness in Toumani's endlessly varying contours of interdependent melody, harmony and rhythm that is quite engrossing. How a solo instrument recorded without overdubs can sound so lush and layered is remarkable - once again, Shankar comes to mind. Nor has the general seriousness of purpose dimmed Toumani's sense of fun - I am indebted to fellow music critic John Mulvey for pointing out that the opening phrases of `Cantelowes' are a playful quotation from The Good, The Bad & The Ugly, a little riff Toumani picked up from Bassekou Kouyaté while recording his Djelika album back in 1995. This is a heroic record in every sense.
Nigel Williamson

Track List of Toumani Diabate - The Mande Variations

1. Si Naani
2. Elyne Road
3. Ali Farka Toure
4. Kaunding Cissoko
5. Ismael Drame
6. Djourou Kara Nany
7. El Nabiyouna
8. Cantelowes

More Toumani Diabaté

Salif Keita - Moffou [2002]

Salif Keita (born August 25, 1949) is an internationally recognized afro-pop singer-songwriter from Mali. He is unique not only because of his reputation as the Golden Voice of Africa, but because he has albinism and is a direct descendant of the founder of the Mali Empire, Sundiata Keita. This royal heritage meant that under the Malian caste system, he should never have become a singer, which was deemed to be a griot’s role. Wikipedia - Salif Keita

Salif Keita made his name with Rail Band and Les Ambassadeurs, but he gradually veered away from re-Africanized Latin tunes to explore his Mande birthright. Then, in the late 1980s, he released Soro, a potent blend of traditional sources, Western pop, and savvy studio electronica that took the international market by storm. There have been other high points since then, but on Moffou, what went before is consolidated and transformed via the depth and patina of an artist in his prime. The set opens with a slinky, accordion-laced duet between Keita and Cape Verdean diva Cesaria Evora, but quickly moves on to the soulful Malian acoustic ballads that form the heart and soul of this masterpiece. Other tunes recall the insouciant heyday of Paris-posse Afropop, but minus that era's banal production values. Keita's voice is magnificent throughout; alternately silky, sensual, and ethereal, it floats amid Kante Manfila's intuitive settings like incense. - -Christina Roden

Product Description
Featuring entirely acoustic arrangements and Keita's stark vocals, this debut recording for Verve France is a suitably intimate, stripped-down affair. A perfect beginning for those looking to acquaint themselves with popular West African music. Also features Cesaria Evora, who contributes vocals to 'Yamore.' Digipak. 2002.

Track List of Salif Keita - Moffou

8.Ana Na Ming

More Salif Keita...

Tango Orkesteri Unto - Finnish Tango - 2003

FINIS/TANGO | MP3 256 Kbps | 2 PART 105 MB

01.Tahdet Meren Ylla
02.Pieni Sydan
03.Muista Minua
04.Avarasylisen Naisen Laulu
05.Unelmia Tuhlaa
08.Muistathan, Barbara
09.Ilon Kyyneleet
10.Hiljainen Kylatie
11.Ikava Omia Maita
13.Siks' Oon Ma Suruinen

Pass: kzd

İzmirliden sevgilerle..............

With lowe from izmirli...........

Look more Tango Orkesteri Unto

Your Ad Here
Estadisticas y contadores web gratis
Estadisticas Gratis