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Lo'Jo - 310 Lunes, Photographie d'un objet sonore (2014)

9-10-2014, 14:28
Jazz | World

Lo'Jo - 310 Lunes, Photographie d'un objet sonore (2014)

Artist: Various Artists
Title Of Album: 310 Lunes, Photographie d'un objet sonore
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: world village
Genre: Jazz, World
Quality: Mp3, 320 kbps
Total Time: 01:31:17
Total Size: 215 Mb


01. Lo'jo - Au Bar Des Lilas
02. Lo'jo - Adorate Child
03. Lo'jo - Quelqu'un D'elle
04. Lo'jo - The International Courabou
05. Lo'jo - Tajaban
06. Lo'jo - Lo ''Siempre'' Jo
07. Lo'jo - Kalo Moon
08. Lo'jo - Maralinga
09. Lo'jo - Barbarie
10. Lo'jo - Komet (Bonus Track)
11. Lo'jo - Ce Soir-La (Bonus Track)

01. Lo'Jo - Mo-Jo's
02. Lo'Jo - Mandeed Soul
03. Lo'Jo - Kulu Kulu
04. Lo'Jo - A tribute to black
05. Lo'Jo - Mira
06. Lo'Jo - Nobby
07. Lo'Jo - Soraya
08. Lo'Jo - Do Gory Nogami

Lo’Jo are a group of France-based musicians, performing and recording a blend of world music with strong North African as well as French folk elements.
The band was founded in 1982 in Angers, France by singer/keyboardist Denis Pean and Richard Bourreau (violin/kora). These two have remained central to Lo’Jo throughout their history. For several years, with a rotating cast of members, they played events locally, working with acrobats, street theatre, mime, dancers and film as part of their overall presentation. They have subsequently maintained a communal lifestyle, based in Angers.

By the end of the 1980s, they were playing throughout Europe and had appeared in New York as part of an artists’ collective. Including Nicholas ‘Kham Meslien (bass) and Matthieu Rousseau (drums) (later replaced by Franck Vaillant), they consolidated their line-up, and their first album, Fils de Zamal, was released in 1993. In 1995 the group added Berber singer/saxophonist Yamina Nid El Mourid and her sister, Nadia Nid El Mourid, who brought a strong North African influence to the music. In 1996, the new lineup recorded Sin Acabar, and 1997 saw them complete Mojo Radio, both with English producer Justin Adams. Upon the latter’s release they found more acclaim in the world music community, getting them on the WOMAD circuit.
In 1999, they journeyed to Bamako, Mali, to begin work on Boheme de Cristal. While in Mali, they became involved in the organization of the Desert Music Festival held in January 2001. They have also collaborated with a wide variety of musicians, including Tinariwen.
In 2002 they released the acclaimed Au Cabaret Sauvage (originally issued in France as L’une des Siens). This was followed by a live album Ce Soir La (2003), and a new studio album Bazar Savant (2006). In 2009 they released the album Cosmophono, and toured in the UK.

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