Ndiogou Seck – Tarou

Face A
Lupaa-Lup-Samba
Coow-li (Lang)
Interesse +

Face B
Yaama NDiaye
Xoox-yi
Bari-Jom

Man. This tape is killing me today. Senegalese mbalax-ish style acoustic music with amazing choir vocal responses back by beautifully produced ensemble of drums and massive torso-sized kalimba. Enjoy.



13 responses to “Ndiogou Seck – Tarou”

  1. NGONI says:

    Not a kalimba is a Gongomá, built with old saw blades.

  2. Thanks Ngoni! I figured SOMEONE must know the actual name of this instrument :)

  3. Anonymous says:

    thanks for thinking of us acousticats. different strokes for different folks, this is my thing. happy vibes, sharing is caring. love…

  4. This is a very good example of “taasu” and I love it! Neekh na, saf sap sapparallllll!

  5. It’s a pity that A1 has been faded out. Way too short! Is the fade-out also on the cassette?

  6. JamesL says:

    This tape is a lot of fun.

    THANK YOU.

  7. Goofy says:

    This is great. Big Thanks!!

  8. Anonymous says:

    does someone know in which year it was released?? thanks a lot

  9. Gasguess says:

    I adore this!
    Thank you SO much for sharing all this amazing jewels!

  10. Mario Gonzalez says:

    Thanks for this blog

  11. Zach says:

    Ohhhh..

    This song i still remember the clip as well, when i was teenager…the guy was amazing and did bring a new style of music in Senegal..with this rythm..

    Thanks Brian

  12. Mouhamadou says:

    I guess a little bit of “tassu” with some rumba box will enlighten my Friday a little bit after a rough Thursday night.

  13. Steve says:

    Never heard this music like this before. It’s cool.

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