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In Search of the Lost Riddim

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D'Accord Dakar
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Up on the Downstroke
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Minuit
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Ala Walee
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Cherie
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Haayo
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Anna
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Nuh True
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Wouly
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Pili Pili
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Midagny
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Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 70:14

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Riddim Found !!!

teapot1

Jamacian guitarist Ernest Raglin has riddim and reggae flowing through his veins. This recording and Memories of Barber Mack (not avaliable on emusic) are my favourates. This recording has a more Afican feel and features Baaba Maal and Mansour seck. Highly recommended.

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Positively sublime.

DrKittins

This is really a terrific album. Positively sublime. It rates right up there with the Baaba Maal/Mansour Seck collaboration as one of my favorite African recordings.

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