Archive for June, 2010

Tinariwen – Music of Resistance

Tinariwen – Music of Resistance
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Rap’nb Flavor – Youchicham babam

Rap’nb Flavor – Youchicham babam
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Ijdi – Our Itanhazzan

Ijdi – Our Itanhazzan
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Tinariwen – AMAN IMAN

Tinariwen – AMAN IMAN
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Tifyur – Rhenni

Tifyur – Rhenni
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Tinariwen performs at 2010 FIFA World Cup™ Kick-off Concert

Tinariwen performs at 2010 FIFA World Cup™ Kick-off Concert
Tinariwen FIFA World Cup Kick-off Celebration Concert 2010 Tinariwen is a band from Mali who appeared at the 2010 Word Cup Opening Ceremony in Johannesburg, South Africa. Performing on the night the band were given an impressive nine minute slot. Playing their blend of Mali Blues it is best to watch the video for yourself and make your own decision. Tinariwen represented North Africa and their home country of Mali by performing at the 2010 World... 

Thaghrast releases its first album

Thaghrast releases its first album
Thaghrast new album Thghrast is preparing to release its first album, which will be available in the markets in the coming weeks. This album is a fruit of two years of hard work by the band members who were supported by Maghreb Athaqafat, the association in charge of organizing Mawazine festival, to record their first album. The music of Thahrast is characterized by the richness of its musical styles ranging from the Rifian Traditional music to Gnawa... 

Toumast, an authentic Touareg band

Toumast, an authentic Touareg band
Toumast The Touaregs occupy a huge territory that stretches from central Sahara – southern Libya to southern Algeria – to the North of Mali, Niger and Burkina Faso. During the past decades, their society underwent transformations that deeply modified their pastoral and trading economy as well as their political life. At the beginning of the 1960’s, while the Touaregs expressed in vain their refusal to be attached to the states of Niger or Mali,... 
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