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Keep On Moving: The Best of Angelique Kidjo

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Summertime
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Voodoo Chile
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Agolo
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Fifa
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Batonga
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Wombo
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Malaika
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Open Your Eyes
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Sound of the Drums
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Adouma
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Naîma
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Tourner la Page
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Babalao
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Agossi
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Idje Idje
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Tombo
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We We
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Senie
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Total Tracks: 18   Total Length: 73:59

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Modern Africa Rythms

WitnArt

The language is regional French but the sound and songs are international hip with a mixing tribal and modern jazz. Refreshing !

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Interview: Angelique Kidjo

By Richard Gehr, Contributor

Africa couldn't have found a more tireless and powerfully-voiced advocate than Angélique Kidjo, an onstage powerhouse whose fortifying new album Eve celebrates motherhood, daughterhood and sisterhood from the Garden of Eden to the present. Kidjo gets even more specific in her recent autobiography, Spirit Rising: My Life and Music, which recounts her exile from and return to her native Benin. Music and biology entwine throughout the memoir; one chapter describes the birth of her daughter… more »

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The Orchestre Poly-Rhythmo de Cotonou

By Richard Gehr, Contributor

It took more than six years and three crate diggers par excellence for T.P. Orchestre Poly-Rythmo de Cotonou's brilliant, yet virtually forgotten, Benin brand of Afro funk to reach a roiling boil for a new generation of listeners. German collector Günter Gretz sampled three of the group's 50 to 100 albums (depending on who's counting) for his 1973 Reminiscin 'in Tempo compilation. The following year, Miles Cleret's Soundway label released The Kings of Benin Urban Groove… more »