Manu Dibango - The World Of Manu Dibango download flac
Manu Dibango's double LP from 70's.
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.
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Manu Dibango (Emmanuel N'Djoké Dibango, born December 12, 1933 in Douala, Cameroon) is a Cameroonian saxophonist and vibraphone player. Leaving Cameroon to France to study, he got to study music where he enrolled for piano lessons. Though a piano student, Manu fell in love with his friend and classmate's instrument, the saxophone. Not having a keyboard at home to rehearse his music lessons, he spent time using his friend's saxophone which has today become his longest companion.
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The Very Best Of Manu Dibango: Afro Soul Jazz From The Original Makossa Man. Manu Dibango. Enzo Avitabile, Bottari. Chateau Flight Remixent.
Safari Symphonique" with l'ONL + special Guests Flavia Coelho & Manou Gallo. How can you forget that Soul Makossa in 72 saw Manu Dibango fuel the appearance of world music. Africa popped up at the Harlem Apollo for the first time. Manu was asked to appear on the bassist Manou Gallo's 2018 album and, in return, invited the amazing Abidjan musician on his safari. The Côte d’Ivoire artist jammed with Bootsy Collins on bass for her album Afro Groove Queen which came out in September. The tireless patriarch's other guest is Flavia Coelho.
With Dibango hailed as one of the early originators of the world music scene, this album does a good job of looking over the years prior to his mainstream breakout with "Soul Makossa" (1973). In reality, Dibango was playing in the 1950s, but the album only goes back as far as 1967 because it's that area of time that he really began stepping out with his own sounds
The World of Manu Dibango (1976) Decca Records. T (1977) Fiesta Records. 1977) Fiesta Records. Africadelic: The Very Best Of Manu Dibango (2003) (compilation). From Africa (2003) Blue Moon. Lion of Africa (2007) – live album including bonus DVD. African Woodoo (2008) from tracks recorded between 1971 and 1975 for cinema, TV, and advertising. Choc'n'Soul (2010) features Sly and Robbie.
|A3||Dangwa (Three Points)||6:00|
|B5||Bwemba Na Bwenba||3:03|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Société Française Du Son
- Performer – Manu Dibango (tracks: A1, A3 to B4)
- Performer [Instrumental] – Ch. Kenbe* (tracks: A2), Ch. Lembe* (tracks: B5)
- Producer – R. Le Couviour*
NotesA1, A3, A5, (P) 1972
A2, A4, (P) 1974
B1, B3, B4, B5, (P) 1974
B2, (P) 1973
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