VOLTAIQUE PANORAMIQUE VOL. 1 (CD)
VOLTAIQUE PANORAMIQUE VOL. 1 (CD)

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Various Artists

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VOLTAIQUE PANORAMIQUE VOL. 1 (CD)

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Kindred Spirits Reissues / KSRE11CD


cd
jean bernard samboue - aicha
cisse abdoulaye- jeunesse willa
pierre sandwidi - yamb ney capitale
konde mangue - woulouni
konde mangue - beni idjanako
orchestre dafra star - ram passomaye
traore seydou - rassemblement
orchestre les vaudou de flamboyant - kogo ni toulou
ama maiga - deny tologuelen
echo del africa - yiri
idy-o-idrissa - bissongo lebguin wa
l harmonie voltaique - killa naa ye killa
orchestre volta jazz - djougou malola
l harmonie voltaique - noglem nooma
orchestre super volta de la capitale - la guitare de tinga

Voltaiques Panoramique contains great unheard tracks from Burkina Faso a true must have for collectors and music lovers. The release comes with extensive liner notes and an inlay which features the original 7 inches.

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21.11.2013
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Until recently not much was known about music from Burkina Faso, formerly called the Upper Volta. It is still one of West Africa lesser known forms of popular music. A few years before the country changed its name to Burkina Faso, thanks to Thomas Sankara’s dream for a new society, Voltaic music emerged as some form of true cultural revolution. Remote, poor and isolated, Burkina Faso looked to the orchestras and artists from neighbouring countries such as Mali, The Ivory Coast, Ghana, Togo and Benin. Located at its northern border, Niger is the only other West African country whose music stayed as isolated as the music hailing from Burkina Faso. Most of its bands and artists hail mostly from Ouagadougou and Bobo-Dioulasso. They infuse some of the rich local traditions, such as mossi dances or dioula singing, with afro-cuban flavours, American rhythm’n’blues, French pop or Congolese rumba. Electric guitars and organs swirl around balafon and solid horn sections. Despite the fact that the 1960’s and 1970’s Upper Volta lacked a proper recording studio and record pressing plant, there was a great deal of popular music produced in the country from the late 1960’s to the early 1980’s, mostly on seven inches.
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