Nangadeef

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‘Nangadeef’, which means ‘Hello’ in Wolof (a language from Senegal), brings together several artists among them the Mahotella Queens, the wizard of percussion Louis Ewande Caesar, the wizard of the drums Paco Sery and the american saxophonist Courtney Pine. With ‘Nangadeef’ Ray Lema give us some music between jazz, rumba, Zulu songs from South Africa and funk.

CD Track List :

  1. KAMULANG
  2. NANGADEEF
  3. H.A.L99
  4. PONGI
  5. MONI MAMBO
  6. WHAT WE NEED
  7. BOYE TE
  8. ORCHESTRA OF THE FOREST
  9. AF CHOEUR

Ray LEMA : Vocals, keyboards, percussions , guitars on (2),(5),(6),(9); Paco SERY : Drums on (1),(2),(3),(5),(6); Etienne MBAPPE : Bass on (1),(2),(3); Toroma SIKA : Bass on (5),(6),(7); Boffi BANENGOLA: Drums on (7); Eric RAGU : Bass on (4); Solo SOUL : Guitars on (1),(3),(9); Louis Cesar EWANDE : Percussions on (1),(2),(7),(8); Courtney PINE : Saxophone on (1),(6); Mahotella Queens : Vocals on (1),(2),(6); Lokua KANZA : Vocals and guitar on (1),(5); Anne PAPIRI, Asistan DEMBELE, So KALMERY, Sha: Vocals; Jimmy MVONDO and YEgba LIKOBA : sax on (3),(5),(7); Peter THOLO : Trumpet on (3),(5)(7); Jean Loup DESCHAMPS : Totem with Violin (4); Charles BENAROCH : percussion (4); Martin INGLE and Jordan BAILEY : Vocals on (3); Produced by Ray LEMA and Groucho SMYKLE.; Recorded at Studio Davout.

Production Assistant : Philippe JUPIN.; All Musics and lyrics by Ray Lema.

Published By Blue Mountain Music LTD, except (6) published by Kanibal Music LTD/Blue Mountain Music LTD.

 

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