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🎤 Wasis Diop - No Sant MP3

  • Performer: Wasis Diop
  • Title: No Sant
  • Genre: Folk - Country
  • Country: France
  • Record source: CD, Album
  • Released: 1995
  • Style: Folk Rock, Pop Rock, African
  • Label: Mercury
  • Cat#: 526565-2
  • MP3 album: 2144 mb
  • FLAC album: 2518 mb
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 493
🎤 Wasis Diop - No Sant MP3

Tracklist

1Holaal Bu Baah
Backing Vocals – Kaoru, Nayanka BellDrums – Patrick GoraguerKeyboards – Eric Travaillé, Yasuaki ShimizuPercussion, Bass – Steve ShehanSaxophone – Yasuaki ShimizuVocals, Guitar – Wasis Diop
4:19
2African Dream
Backing Vocals – KaoruGuitar – Lokua Kanza, Wasis DiopProgrammed By – Matthew VaughanVocals – Lena Fiagbe, Wasis Diop
4:18
3N. O. P.
Acoustic Guitar, Rhythm Guitar – Xavier DerouinDrums – Patrick GoraguerKeyboards – Eric Travaillé, Yasuaki ShimizuKora – Loy EhrlichPercussion – Steve ShehanVocals, Electric Guitar – Wasis Diop
3:51
4Sb - Le Voyageur
Bagpipes [Cornemuse] – Loïk TaillebrestDrums, Bass – Patrick GoraguerGuitar – Xavier DerouinKeyboards – Eric TravailléLead Vocals, Backing Vocals, Keyboards – Wasis DiopPercussion – Leity M'BayeSaxophone – Yasuaki ShimizuVocals [Japanese Opera] – Kaoru
4:16
5Issa Thiaw
Backing Vocals – Nayanka BellDrums – Patrick GoraguerElectric Guitar – Xavier DerouinKeyboards – Eric Travaillé, Yasuaki ShimizuTalking Drum – Leity M'BayeVocals, Acoustic Guitar – Wasis Diop
3:35
6No Sant
Backing Vocals – KaoruBass – Marc MarderGuitar – Wasis DiopKeyboards – Eric TravailléPercussion – Steve ShehanSaxophone – Yasuaki ShimizuVocals – Lena Fiagbe, Wasis Diop
4:24
7T. G. V.
Drums, Bass – Patrick GoraguerGuitar – Xavier DerouinKeyboards – Loy EhrlichPercussion – Steve ShehanRap – Tim Temour DiopSaxophone – Yasuaki ShimizuTalking Drum – Leity M'BayeVocals – Wasis Diop
4:10
8La Danse Des Maures
Keyboards, Bass – Loy EhrlichPercussion – Steve ShehanVocals, Guitar – Wasis Diop
4:11
9Di Na Wo
Backing Vocals – Wasis DiopGuitar – Xavier DerouinKeyboards – Eric TravailléPercussion – Steve ShehanSaxophone – Yasuaki ShimizuVocals – Lokua Kanza, Wasis Diop
3:50
10Dem Ba Ma (Le Dernier Qui A Parlé)
Piano – Patrick GoraguerVocals, Guitar – Wasis Diop
3:11
11Ma Na
Drums – Patrick GoraguerGuitar – Wasis Diop, Xavier DerouinKeyboards – Eric TravailléPercussion, Bass – Steve ShehanSaxophone – Yasuaki ShimizuVocals, Bass – Wasis Diop
3:26
12Dames Electriques
Bass [Upright] – Marc MarderKeyboards – Eric TravailléPercussion – Steve ShehanSaxophone – Yasuaki ShimizuVocals – Sine Choir, Yande Codou Sene
1:59


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
697-124 1082Wasis Diop No Sant ‎(CD, Album, Promo)Triloka Records697-124 1082US1996
CDLCD-1872Wasis Diop No Sant ‎(CD, Album)Coeur De LionCDLCD-1872Canada1996
697-124 1082Wasis Diop No Sant ‎(CD, Album)Triloka Records697-124 1082US1996


Credits

  • A&RJacques Sanjuan
  • Artwork By – William Yonner
  • Edited ByEric Daugu
  • Engineer [Preproduction]Alain Ganne
  • Engineer, Mixed ByStéphane Caisson (tracks: 2 to 7, 9 to 12)
  • Engineer, Mixed By [Assistant]Jean-Baptiste Millet (tracks: 2 to 7, 9 to 12)
  • Executive Producer – Bertrant Mougin, Caroline Molko
  • Mastered ByRaphaël Jonin
  • Mixed ByAl Stone (tracks: 1, 8)
  • Photography – Gilles Cappé, Ruh & Photo Xston
  • ProducerWasis Diop, Yasuaki Shimizu
  • Programmed ByEric Travaillé (tracks: 1 to 3, 5 to 12), Loy Ehrlich (tracks: 4)
  • Recorded By [All Vocals]Wasis Diop
  • Written-ByAmina Annabi (tracks: 11), Khadija Laurence (tracks: 9), Lena Fiagbe (tracks: 1, 8), Loy Ehrlich (tracks: 4, 10), Tim Temour Diop (tracks: 4), Wasis Diop, Yande Codou Sene (tracks: 6)


Notes

Engineered and mixed at Studio de la Bastille (June 1994). All vocal recordings at Local Studio. Mastered at Dyam.

℗ 1995 Mercury (France)
© 1995 Mercury (France)


Barcodes

  • Barcode: 7 31452 65652 0
  • Rights Society: SACEM
  • Label Code: LC 0268
  • Other (Distribution Code): PY 899


Companies

  • Copyright (c) – Mercury France


Album

The son of a Senegalese high official and member of the Lebou ethnic group, Diop left Senegal in the 1970s to study engineering in Paris, but once there turned to music, joining a fellow Senegalese musician, Umban Ukset, in forming the band West African Cosmos. Diop left the band in 1979 to start a solo career, and over the next. No Sant. Wasis Diop Format: Audio CD. Sultry-voiced Diop merges the acoustic African sounds of artists like Lokua Kanza who appears on No Sant and Henri Dikongue with the Western pop leanings of Youssou N'Dour. As such he is a world troubadour who just happens to be African, and fittingly he has assembled an eclectic global coterie of artists on this diverse collection of well-crafted and extremely musical songs. Album 1995 12 Songs. Wasis Diop. World , 1995. African Dream. Wasis Diop & Lena Fiagbe. Recorded By Wasis Diop. Written-By Amina Annabi tracks: 11, Khadija Laurence tracks: 9, Lena Fiagbe tracks: 1, 8, Loy Ehrlich tracks: 4, 10, Tim Temour Diop tracks: 4, Wasis Diop, Yande Codou Sene tracks: 6. Engineered and mixed at Studio de la Bastille June 1994. Watch the video for No Sant from Wasis Diop's Everything Is Never Quite Enough for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Wasis Diop born 1950 in Dakar, Senegal is an internationally renowned musician known for blending traditional Senegalese folk music with modern pop and jazz. The son of a Senegalese high official and member of the Lebou tribe, Diop left Senegal in the 1970s to study engineering in Paris, but once there turned to music, joining a fellow Senegalese musician, Umban Ukset, in forming the band West African Cosmos. No Sant Album Version. This track is not available in Russian Federation - Learn more. Galu Nobéél is 11th track on album 'Judu Bék' by Wasis Diop -I created this video by music additions to my earlier. Format: MP3 . No Sant 1995. Album by Wasis Diop. Dem Ba Ma. is a cover Diop left the group in 1979 to work alone. Along the way, Wasis met Yasuaki Shimizu, an avant-garde Japanese musician and future collaborator. He travelled throughout the world stopping a while in Jamaica to record and learn from Lee Scratch Perry, until his return to France in 1980. His worldwide success was confirmed with No Sant , a second album released in 1995 which features African Dream, charted in the UK charts and championed by Andy Kershaw on Radio 1. Viewed as one of the major international artists from Africa, Wasis Diop brought out his third album Toxu in autumn 1998



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