Friday, January 10, 2014

Nabintou Diakité

...was ( back in 98 )

with (Oumou's band)

Kassim Sidibé kamalengoni
Adama Dramé & Sekou Bah guitars
Abdouleye Fofana flute 
Basidi Keita djembe
Djeneba Seck, Alima Toure and cousin Oumou Sangare on chorus 


  1. Thank you, Nauma - and all the best for the new year!

  2. Thanks for both Diakite and more of Oumou's typically fine band. And as Dial Africa wrote, the finest of the New Year to you!

  3. Really a pleasant surprise, this sound so clean gently let the memories.

    The first idea listen to this music, is recheck the wassulu-pop was a great idea, then indeed at fault, not accredited in the presentation Masambou Wélé Diallo, who made ​​the arrangements on this album, as well as in many other, for Oumou and for the best artists in Mali.

    Note the electric guitar Adama Dramé, the sound of a guitar from the north, is a habit also used by Oumou to refresh the repetitive rhythms of "wass," Adama Drame is the best guitar in Takamba and a great musician, little known for having the same name of the great percussionist.

    Sekou Bah plays bass or acoustic guitar, and the surprising visit Djeneba Seck, call my attention.

    This year starts well, well continue for everyone !

    Thank you very much.

  4. Dramé sounds a bit like Dr. Nico. I know no greater compliment.