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Akale Wube - Sost (2014)

13-02-2015, 12:18
Jazz | Funk | World | FLAC / APE

Akale Wube - Sost (2014)

Artist: Akale Wube
Title Of Album: Sost
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Clapson
Genre: Jazz, Afrobeat, Funk, World Fusion
Quality: FLAC (tracks)/MP3
Bitrate: Lossless/320 kbps
Total Time: 50:49
Total Size: 322/120 MB
WebSite: amazon


1 Anbessa (feat. Manu Dibango) 3:42
2 Alègntayé (feat. Genet Asefa) 4:19
3 Mèmona 5:59
4 Kidus à Cent Dix 5:17
5 Ashewa 4:37
6 Gab's Trap 4:00
7 Addis Abèba Bété 4:41
8 Fikratchin 3:26
9 Erikum 5:28
10 Spring No Come (feat. Genet Asefa) 4:26
11 Meri Tekikil 4:54

Etienne de la Sayette - flutes, sax
Paul Bouclier - krar, trumpet, percussions
Loïc Réchard - guitar
Oliver Degabriele - bass
David Georgelet - drums

Akalé Wubé’s third album, Sost (“three” in Amharique) is perfectly in line with their previous records, it is also a testament to a more mature and experienced band, who have proved able to win over different audiences in different circumstances with their infectious grooves. While touring in Ethiopia, the band realised that local musicians had stopped playing music from the Swinging Addis golden age. A puzzling but liberating discovery that convinced the band to completely stand behind their project, and release three albums to date.
More than half of the tracks in “Sost” are original compositions, with the other half being songs discovered on old cassette tapes brought back from Ethiopia. Akalé Wubé have invited the radiant Genet Asefa on three tracks, an Ethiopian singer with whom they have often shared the stage. Cautious to give precedence to authentic encounters, the band have chosen only to invite musicians with whom they have already played in a live context. Manu Dibango’s presence on the album is not an opportunistic move: there are strong human and musical ties between the afro-jazz pioneer and Akalé Wubé. Another sign of the band’s high quality expectations is that the album has been recorded in a studio set up by the band itself in the heart of Paris. This is a space that Akalé Wubé have made their own and which has permitted them to master completely the process of recording this album.

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