Daby Touré - Stereo Spirit FLAC album
Album · 2007 · 12 Songs.
it/RW146 Daby Touré and Skip McDonald (Little Axe) perform an acoustic session live in The Wood Room at Real World Studios.
CDRW142, 09 2 1. Daby Touré. Stereo Spirit (CD, Album). Real World Records, Virgin. Stereo Spirit (CD, Album, RE). Real World Records.
The sophomore effort from Daby Touré is a sparsely sophisticated affair. The man plays everything himself and supplies almost all the voices as well as the material - no small feat. But don't mistake that for homemade: there's a definite light sheen here.
Artists Daby Touré Stereo Spirit. Stereo Spirit Daby Touré. This album has an average beat per minute of 114 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 92/136 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Stereo Spirit. BPM Profile Stereo Spirit. Album starts at BPM, ends at 136BPM (+136), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Daby Touré.
Daby Touré’s second solo album should come with a warning: 'After One Listening, You Won’t Be Able To Get This Album Out of Your Head!'. But that’s certainly no bad thing. When Daby can produce an album of such soulful, catchy tracks as those on offer here, it’s easy to see why he was nominated for best newcomer in the BBC Awards for World Music in 2006.
Daby Toure, Stereo Spirit. A terrible title for a patchy album. Daby Toure has been touted as a potential world-music star, but on this showing the Paris-based Mauritanian singer-songwriter seems unsure of his musical identity. He has a fine, light, soulful voice and is an impressive guitarist and indeed t, for he also adds the bass and drums. A handful of his songs, including the light, breezy opener Kebalaso and the outstanding Banta, are well worth hearing both for their blend of African influences and western acoustic folk and pop, and for their catchy, easy-going melodies.
Spirit is the debut album by rock band Spirit, first released on January 22, 1968 by Ode Records. The experimental album was commercially successful, spending more than six months on the Billboard album charts, peaking at and garnered significant airplay on FM progressive rock stations in the United States. The song "Fresh Garbage" has been sampled in the Pink song "Feel Good Time", found on the soundtrack of Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle.