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Chorale Naaba-Sanom - Special Festac 77 Volume 1 download album

  • Performer: Chorale Naaba-Sanom
  • Title: Special Festac 77 Volume 1
  • Genre: Country - World
  • Formats: MP3 ADX FLAC XM VOC MMF AUD
  • MP3 album: 1318 mb
  • FLAC album: 1560 mb
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 458
Chorale Naaba-Sanom - Special Festac 77 Volume 1 download album

The title is: Chorale Naaba-Sanom (sous la direction de l'Abbé Robert Ouedraogo) (Abbé is is the French word for abbot. I can confirm the tracklist and the Label and Label Nr, but it's not Folk, World, & Country, but christian-african music, as the musician's name "Chorale" indicates. Lots of (not traditional-african) head voice-singing with sometimes a bit of percussion. Reply Notify me Helpful.

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Festac '77, also known as the Second World Black and African Festival of Arts and Culture (the first was in Dakar, 1966), was a major international festival held in Lagos, Nigeria, from 15 January 1977 to 12 February 1977. The month-long event celebrated African culture and showcased to the world African music, fine art, literature, drama, dance and religion. About 16,000 participants, representing 56 African nations and countries of the African Diaspora, performed at the event.

Tracklist

A1 Tenga Tore 2:30
A2 Kulug Wanda 16:00
B1 Song Ti D Balom Naam 10:00
B2 Nasoasga 5:00
B3 Wend N Gomid 7:00

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The title is:Chorale Naaba-Sanom (sous la direction de l'Abbé Robert Ouedraogo)(Abbé is is the French word for abbot.)I can confirm the tracklist and the Label and Label Nr, but it's not Folk, World, & Country, but christian-african music, as the musician's name "Chorale" indicates.Lots of (not traditional-african) head voice-singing with sometimes a bit of percussion.

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