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Amadou Diagne - Introducing Amadou Diagne Album

Amadou Diagne - Introducing Amadou Diagne Album

Performer: Amadou Diagne
Title: Introducing Amadou Diagne
Style: African
Released: 2012
Cat#: INTRO115CD
Country: Hong Kong
Label: World Music Network
Size MP3 version: 2261 mb
Size FLAC version: 1118 mb
Size WMA version: 1325 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 382
Genre: Folk & World

Amadou Diagne - Introducing Amadou Diagne Album


1Suma Dom 2:05
3Talibé 4:28
4Diamano 3:41
5Jigeen 4:39
7Beaguele 6:54
8Yaro 4:36
9Africa Stop War 5:32
10Senegal 3:12
11Yomal Khyam 4:34
12Dabagh 5:44
13Kharit 6:26


Total Playing Time: 61:29



  • Label Code: LC11067


Album 2012 13 Songs. Amadou Diagne. World , 2012. Diagne can trace his music roots through a long family line of Griot musicians and praise singers. A former full-time member of LOrchestra National du Senegal, Amadou regularly performed as a percussionist in concerts, cultural events and on television for the top West African stars , as well as becoming a busy session musician on the vibrant Dakar music scene. Since moving to England, Amadou has been busy forging his own musical identity inspired by meeting, playing and collaborating with musicians from diverse backgrounds and musical styles. Introducing Amadou Diagne. Listen free to Amadou Diagne Introducing Amadou Diagne Senegal, Talibé and more. 13 tracks 60:44. Introducing Amadou Diagne, 2012. Kharit, 06:26. Africa Stop War, 05:31. Amadou Diagne possesses a soulful voice and a deft hand with the guitar, and his songs might put a listener in mind of Mansour Seck or even the softer side of Salif Keita. Winner of the World Music Network's Battle of the Bands competition, Diagne does a lot of things right on his debut album, Introducing Amadou Diagne. His songs establish a reflective, rainy-day mood from the get-go, rarely deviating from that tone. For all that, though, the record feels a bit flat, and it fails to make much impression even after repeated listenings. It's unfair to call it by-the-numbers, but it doe. Amadou Diagne and Group Yakar. Senegalese multi instrumentalist, singer and songwriter Amadou Diagne weaves his melodies and rhyt. In the early hours of February 4, 1999, a 23-year-old Guinean immigrant named Amadou Diallo born September 2, 1975 was shot and killed by four New York City Police Department plain-clothed officers-Sean Carroll, Richard Murphy, Edward McMellon, and Kenneth Boss. Carroll would later claim to have mistaken him for a rape suspect from one year earlier, though his claim was never confirmed by any objective evidence. The officers fired a combined total of 41 shots, 19 of which struck Diallo, outside his. Amadou Diagne is a musician who has the traditions of West Africa at his fingertips. Singer, songwriter, percussionist and guitar player Amadou comes from a Griot family line of Sabbar Drummers and praise singers from the area around Dakar, Senegal. In 2012 he was signed by World Music Network, and his debut solo album Introducing Amadou Diagne was released in February 2012, it went straight to no. 16 in the European World Music charts. His follow up Yakar produced by Griselda Sanderson was released on the Waulk Records label in May 2013. The album Yakar received a four star review in Songlines magazine, and top pick playlist review in fRoots