Sunday, October 10, 2010

 

Nama Jack—Avou Saaba






Side A

Side B

10/10/10 is a special day, therefore here's something a little left-field. This tape from Burkina Faso requires a leap of faith for me since it's the kind of pop music I'd rather be hearing blasting out a car radio or in a Ouagadougou bar. To me, many of these synth-based regional pop styles sound way bubblegum when heard for the first time in a placid Brooklyn bedroom.

I am still figuring out what I think about this distinct and cosmopolitan synth-guided pop manifesto. (The song "Throu" is as compelling as four versions of "Avou Saaba" is superfluous.) But I'm obsessed with all things Burkinabe so for 10/10/10's sake let's see if Nama Jacky's on some next shit and we're still catching up. Thanks Jonathan.

Comments:
I like one of his song as the favorite of the Afrikaans.
 
Love this one. Thanks!
 
I hope this an april one joke, the tracks are not available for me.
at least not today, will try later


thanks for your wonderful blog

Richard
 
Hey Brian,

I was wondering if you could do me a solid and rehost this one if you get the time.

Cheers, and many many thanks for all your hard work,

James
 
i love this one and hope others can still discover it. uploaded to mediafire, both sides in one zip - http://www.mediafire.com/?vh0u77ennr2uj1b
 
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