Berlin versus Kaolack, round three! A traditional Jola rhythm, fast and energetic, with tuned, talking and kit drums swarming across a skeletal downhome guitar — somewhere between blues and disco — and the Mboup brothers' impassioned plea for an end to division and bloodshed in their Casamance homeland. Then a more deeply dug-in, spaced-out funk, edgily spun from a Serer rhythm, underpinning Mbene's reflective song about parental selflessness. 'Sama Yaye', 'My Mother'. Both with full instrumental versions.
- 1 cassamance (with ale and khadim mboup)
- 2 cassamance version
- 3 sama yaye (with mbene diatta seck)
- 4 sama yaye version
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