Lamp Fall Cheikh Lô. Dünya. urada Dinleyin: Apple Music. Diğer Cheikh Lô Eserleri.
Artists Cheikh Lô Lamp Fall. Lamp Fall Cheikh Lô. Lamp Fall. This album has an average beat per minute of 114 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 87/166 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Album starts at 93BPM, ends at BPM (-93), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Cheikh Lô. Balbalou.
Cheikh N'Digel Lô is a Senegalese musician. He was born in the late 1950s to Senegalese parents in Bobo Dioulasso in Burkina Faso and began playing drums and singing at an early age. He joined Orchestre Volta Jazz, a Bobo variety band that played Cuban and Congolese pop songs as well as traditional Burkinabé music. Lô moved to Senegal in 1978, performing in several mbalax outfits
Cheikh Lô's distinctive vocals echo throughout Lamp Fall, weaving the patchwork together in style. The album opens with a surprise, and surprisingly accomplished, version of Sou (a classic by the Guinean band Bembeya Jazz), played on accordion and bandolim (the Brazilian version of the mandolin). Cheikh Lô appears to have had no trouble fitting in with local life in northern Brazil. I felt good in Bahia," he says, "People were really warm and welcoming. You can really feel their African origins, both in their general way of being and their rhythms.
Album: Lamp Fall, 2005. Voilà un album au son contemporain singulier ! Six ans après son étonnant "Bamba Gueej", Cheikh Lô poursuit sa recherche de styles nouveaux, d'influences inédites sans jamais se départir de cette profonde spiritualité qui lui est essentielle. Enregistré entre Dakar, Londres et Salvador de Bahia, "Lamp Fall" est l'aboutissement d'un long voyage qui réunit reggae, jazz, funk, flamenco, rumba congolaise, guajiras cubaines et rythmes brésiliens. En effet, pour "Lamp Fall", Cheikh Lô a également travaillé à Salvador de Bahia avec.