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Lam Toro

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Baaba Maal 1992

Review

This is the album that introduced Baaba Maal's singular mix of traditional African rhythms and Western arrangements to the world. His third recording, Lam Toro bounds ahead of his previous two albums (which explored his folk roots), transforming Senegalese music with funky grooves and electrified melodies. ~ Rosalind Cummings-Yeates
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Hamady Boiro (Yelle) [Pulaar] Baaba Maal 4:30
  3. 2 Daande Lenol [Pulaar] Baaba Maal 5:42
  4. 3 Lem Gi (Le Miel) [Wolof, Pulaar, Bambara] Baaba Maal 7:11
  5. 4 Ndelorel [Pulaar] Baaba Maal 3:59
  6. 5 Yela [Pulaar] Baaba Maal 4:36
  7. 6 Toro (Tioulel l'Oiseau) [Pulaar] Baaba Maal 2:31
  8. 7 Daniibe (Les Exilés) [Pulaar] Baaba Maal 7:57
  9. 8 Olel (I'écho) [Pulaar, Bambara] Baaba Maal 5:55
  10. 9 Sy Sawande [Pulaar] Baaba Maal 5:27
  11. 10 Hamady Bogle [Baaba Maal] Baaba Maal 4:34

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