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Gagner l'argent français by Mamani Keita

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Gagner l'argent français

Mamani Keita

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Album

Gagner l'argent français

Mamani Keita

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Mamani Keita used to sing backup for Salif Keita, and their musical compatibility is apparent in Mamani's reedy, clear voice, a kind of shimmer that coats much of her second solo album, aong with a penchant for experimentalism. Backed by French producer Nicolas Repac, Gagner employs sounds both expected on an Afro-pop album--waterfalling koras, chugging electric guitars--and not so expected, like a Chinese erhu or a Klezmer clarinet. Mamani's strong, smooth, even-keel voice is unwavering (if ever-so-slightly one-dimensional), whatever the stylistic scenario. The title track is captivating.

About This Album

Mamani Keita used to sing backup for Salif Keita, and their musical compatibility is apparent in Mamani's reedy, clear voice, a kind of shimmer that coats much of her second solo album, aong with a penchant for experimentalism. Backed by French producer Nicolas Repac, Gagner employs sounds both expected on an Afro-pop album--waterfalling koras, chugging electric guitars--and not so expected, like a Chinese erhu or a Klezmer clarinet. Mamani's strong, smooth, even-keel voice is unwavering (if ever-so-slightly one-dimensional), whatever the stylistic scenario. The title track is captivating.

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About This Album

Mamani Keita used to sing backup for Salif Keita, and their musical compatibility is apparent in Mamani's reedy, clear voice, a kind of shimmer that coats much of her second solo album, aong with a penchant for experimentalism. Backed by French producer Nicolas Repac, Gagner employs sounds both expected on an Afro-pop album--waterfalling koras, chugging electric guitars--and not so expected, like a Chinese erhu or a Klezmer clarinet. Mamani's strong, smooth, even-keel voice is unwavering (if ever-so-slightly one-dimensional), whatever the stylistic scenario. The title track is captivating.