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on 19 September 2010
Like most of Africando's other recordings (try also Trovador, Gombo Salsa, and Baloba), this is top-notch Afro-Latin fusion, with a really interesting mix of lead voices and vocal styles, languages, rhythms and types of sound - all full of energy, melody, harmony and zest for life. Stand-out tracks include salsa dancefloor favourite N'toman (with the fabulous Salif Keita), plus Pepita and Son Fo, but I could happily listen to it right through on repeat, for its endless and intriguing variety. Arguably their best album? Probably their most consistent. Guaranteed to get you moving, unless you are dead...
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on 20 May 2001
This is a fantastic album with Salsa music sung in various African languages and Spanish! I can't stop playing it and - of course - dancing to it. Every track is danceable, but at the same time the music is relaxing and the voices soothing. My favourite is "Ntoman", but they are all excellent. If you love Salsa, you have to buy this CD!
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on 25 June 2015
Africando rocks (or maybe salsa...)
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on 2 October 2014
Africando can do no less
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on 6 August 2001
I can not take this cd out of my car. Every track is dancable. The African vocals are just pure Salsa joy on the ear. If you love dancing Salsa you must have this cd!!
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on 7 February 2001
If you like salsa but that constant rythm gets in your head and drives you crazy after three tracks, well this may be for you. An interesting mix of African and Carribbean beats and rythms provide variation and make this a great listen.
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on 26 July 2014
Music to make you smile & dance. Beautiful voices & brilliant musicians. We may not all speak the same language, but boy do we know what the Africando All stars are saying. Don't miss this - Give it a play - and fly!
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