ESP INSTITUTE
artist:PETER POWER
title:

AFRO DAMBA

label:MULTI CULTI (CA)

1,710円


A1: Adama Waro
A2: Adama Waro (Khidja Dub)
B1: Mori Baka
B2: Dansakoni
B3: Dansakoni (Dreems Remix)

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Multi Culti's lucid-lifestyle dreamer Peter Power takes us on a free-wheeling trip to the motherland on AFRO DAMBA. The Irish-born Voodoohop resident has returned from the jungles of Bahia with a fresh ep of primal party tracks sampling voices and rhythms from across Africa and it's neighbouring islands, producing what is easily his most club-oriented work to date. Whereas his tracks for Voodoohop were spiritual flute-heart-openers, these are neo-pagan mating-ritual floor-fillers. The rhythm is set to tribal chug, with rollicking percussion, reverb-soaked vocals, and all the fun jangly bells & bits you expect to be hanging off such a well-traveled producer. If that weren't enough, we enlisted Romanian-dance-duo Khidja to rework Adama Waro Resident mix-lord Dreems also weighs in with a subtle remix of Dansakoni, gently upping the tempo and tweaking the knobs in selfless service of the original groove. - 'Dansakoni' samples Guinea's Famadou Konaté - 'Mori Baka' samples a song of the Baka people, traditionally sung to help children fall asleep - 'Mori' comes from Moribyassa; a traditional malinke rhythm of West Africa - 'Adama Waro' features a vocal sample from Danyel Waro from Reunion Island - Djembe percussion on 'Dansakoni' and 'Adama Waro' by Adama Dramé- The word Damba originated from a Dagbani word "Dam-manga" or "Dam-maa amanga." These two wor

A1: Adama Waro


A2: Adama Waro (Khidja Dub)


B1: Mori Baka


B2: Dansakoni


B3: Dansakoni (Dreems Remix)
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