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Ali Farka Touré - A Visit To Ali Farka Touré mp3 track

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Performer: Ali Farka Touré
Title: A Visit To Ali Farka Touré
Released: 2005
Style: African
Category: Blues / World, Folk, Country
Rating: 4.7 ✦
Other format: MMF MP4 APE VQF DTS AA AHX

Tracklist

1 Mali Dje
2 Boogie
3 Niafunk
4 Gomni
5 Home Life
6 Chanson Sur Niafunké
7 The Arma
8 The Niger River
9 Rehearsals
10 Family
11 Keito
12 Talumba
13 Ai Du
14 Dofana

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Arte France
  • Copyright (c) – Les Films D'Ici
  • Copyright (c) – RM Associates Limited

Credits

  • Film Director – Marc Huraux
  • Film Producer – Serge Lalou
  • Narrator – Philip Hurdwood

Notes

Tracks 13 and 14 are bonus tracks.

Running time: 63 minutes.
All regions, Format 16:9, Stereo.

Made in EU.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5051083000635

Ali Ibrahim "Ali Farka" Touré (31 October 1939 – 6 March 2006) was a Malian singer and t, and one of the African continent's most internationally renowned musicians. His music is widely regarded as representing a point of intersection of traditional Malian music and its North American cousin, the blues

Ali Farka Touré is the first major album by Ali Farka Touré. All songs written by Ali Farka Touré. Amandrai (Live) – 10:01. Tracks 5 and 6 do not appear on vinyl. Ali Farka Touré – vocals, guitar, calabash, bongos.

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A Visit to Ali Farka Toure.

Ali Ibrahim "Farka" Touré, guitarist and farmer: born Kanau, Mali 1939; twice married (12 children); died Bamako 6 March 2006. Weeks before his death, Touré clinched his second Grammy award, this time in collaboration with the Malian kora player Toumani Diabate, for the album In the Heart of the Moon. On my ID card it says I'm an artist, but in fact I'm a farmer," he pronounced emphatically. To get to grips with.

Ali Farka Touré was born in 1939 in the village of Kanau on the banks of the River Niger in the north west of Mali. He was his mother’s tenth son but the first. ’ I lost nine brothers of the same mother and father. The name I was given was Ali Ibrahim, but it’s a custom in Africa to give a child a strange nickname if you have had other children that have died. ’ The nickname they chose for Ali was ‘Farka’ meaning donkey, an animal admired for its strength and tenacity

Ali Farka Touré - Farri, Wakata Gouna. The deep hitched groove and searing electric guitar has little to do with the blues harmonically or rhythmically. Touré also had a deep respect and love for Western music, including R&B and the blues. In one memorable scene in the great documentary A Visit to Ali Farka Touré, Touré sits in reverence listening to Otis Redding perform a live version of "Try A Little Tenderness. Touré’s highly productive mid-period is a case study in blending musical influences from different cultures. His classic 1990 album The River is a great example: Ali Farka Touré - The River.

At its heart, "A Visit to Ali Farka Toure" features many revealing conversations. This DVD will satisfy those who wanted to spend more time with Toure after watching Martin Scorsese's "The Blues. A Visit to Ali Farka Toure" is a personal journey into the heart, mind and land of the now departed King of Desert Blues.