It's amazing to think this album is 14 years old but I guess African music is timeless. This album is for those who love grassroots African music, played using nothing but simple instruments, tradition and passion. Kenyan music isn't what most people think of when listening to African music. With the likes of Salif Keita, Baaba Maal and Ali Farke Toure flying the flag for Mali and Senegal, it's hardly surprising, but Oyub Ogada really does put Kenya on the music map with this album. Many will recognise the haunting Kothbiro from The Constant Gardner film, but the album is much more than this one song. Buy the CD, sit back, relax and be transported to the heart of rural western Kenya.