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  • 1. Yayoroba
  • 2. Porry
  • 3. N'ne Diarabila
  • 4. Dintal

One of the most pivotal figures in the history of Malian music is Sorry Bamba.  His work spans five decades and his music bridges the gap between Mali's cultural traditions and the new music which arose from the musical cross overs which occurred in Mali's post-Colonial period. "Du Mali" is his second album, produced in 1977 for the Paris based Sonafric group. Africa Seven have served up another essential reissue that fuses psychedelic funk and traditional hypnotic Malian styles!

Highly Recommended!!!!

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