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1 review »'Volume One 1970 - 1979' compiles rare and sought after tracks by Mali's Sorry Bamba, vocalist and band leader of Regional Orchestra of Mopti which later evolved into the Kanaga Orchestra of Mopti. Compiled with the assistance of Alex Minoff and Ian Eagleson of Golden/Extra Golden and released on Thrill Jockey it documents Sorry Bamba's career in brief, essentially introducing a new audience to a ... »

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Volume One 1970-1979 by Sorry Bamba
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8/10 Li'l Biz Staff review, 17 June 2011

'Volume One 1970 - 1979' compiles rare and sought after tracks by Mali's Sorry Bamba, vocalist and band leader of Regional Orchestra of Mopti which later evolved into the Kanaga Orchestra of Mopti. Compiled with the assistance of Alex Minoff and Ian Eagleson of Golden/Extra Golden and released on Thrill Jockey it documents Sorry Bamba's career in brief, essentially introducing a new audience to a criminally underexposed artist. Not easy to pin down in one listen, Sorry Bamba's Kanaga Orchestra create an enchanting, hypnotic form of afro-beat that occasionally verges on new age peacefulness whilst also maintaining the ability to move a crowd's feet. Bamba's voice has a fantastic flow and hits on some truly strange tones whilst the band weave tropical symphonies around him. Bamba's music shares a little in common with the work of Extra Golden which may explain Minoff and Eagleson's involvement in uncovering this hitherto under-appreciated talent. Excellent grooves and a second installment is already in the pipeline. Mint.


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