Amadou Balaké - Traore Amadou dit Ballake album flac
Genre: Folk music
Title: Traore Amadou dit Ballake
Country: Upper Volta
FLAC version ZIP size: 1876 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1298 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1622 mb
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Amadou Traoré (March 8, 1944 – August 27, 2014), better known as Amadou Balaké, was a popular singer from Burkina Faso. During his career, which lasted over 50 years, Balaké recorded and performed in different parts of West Africa as well as New York and Paris. In the early 21st century, he was a member of Senegalese salsa band Africando. His music combined different traditions from his home country, primarily Dioula (Mandé) and Mossi, as well as Afro-Cuban music.
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1975: Traoré Amadou dit Ballaké et ses Dieux (CVD). 1978: Taximen (Sacodis). 1978: Bar Konon Mousso Bar (Sacodis). 1979: Vol. 3 (Sacodis). 1979: Amadou Balaké à New York (Sacodis). 1981: Afro-Charanga (Zamidou). 1987: Amadou Balaké à Paris (Sacodis). 2003: Natoma (Seydoni). For the album Mandali (2000), well known African musicians, such as Tabu Ley Rochereau, Koffi Olomide, Salif Keita, Sekouba Bambino, Amadou Balaké and Thione Seck were invited. With both approaches, Africando has been equally successful. For the album Martina (2003) the group name reverted to the name Africando.
Amadou Balaké has been played on NTS in shows including The Gaza Strip, featured first on 17 May 2014. Amadou Traoré (March 8, 1944 – August 27, 2014), better known as Amadou Balaké, was a popular singer from Burkina Faso. Original source Last. Amadou Balake Oriki Music,2008. Amadou Balake,Oriki Music,2008.
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Amadou Traoré (March 8, 1944 – August 27, 2014), better known as Amadou Balaké, was a popular singer from Burkina Faso. Amadou Traoré was born on March 8, 1944, in Ouahigouya, Yatenga, then a French territory
Traore Amadou dit Ballake.
|CVD 59||Traore Amadou Dit Ballake*||Baden Djougou (7", Mono)||Disques CVD (Club Voltaïque Du Disque)||CVD 59||Upper Volta||1975|