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Then there's the wailing, chugging R&B of the sometimes rebellious Tinariwen tribesmen, and the electric-guitar blues of Mauritania's Sedoum Ehl Aida. Mali's greatest diva, Oumou Sangare, gives a powerful performance, and there are strong vocals from Django, teamed up with the French band Lo'Jo.
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More than anything else, the Festival in the Desert is a symbol of unity and peace between nomadic tribes. The Tamashek of northern Mali and Niger, who had been warring for years, had recently burned three thousand firearms in a public square in Timbuktu, Mali. This opened the doors for the return. Festival in the Desert. More than anything else, the Festival in the Desert is a symbol of unity and peace between nomadic tribes. This opened the doors for the return of traditional gatherings in the desert of the southern Sahara where ideas and news could again be exchanged.
The Festival au Desert's mission has been to bring cross-cultural exchange to economically develop this desert region. These recordings are a testament to the brave efforts of Festival organizers to use culture as a means of non-violent reconciliation. From the stage, all the musicians begged for peace. La Paix" shouted Khaira Arby. Democracy" sang Tartit. And the crowds cheered their agreement. Mixed and mastered in the . this release preserves a moment in the history of the Sahara. Proceeds from the sale of this album go directly to the artists and the Festival organization. Mamadou Kelly), Bassekou Kouyate, Imharhan, Tamnana, Amanar, Noura Mint Seymali, Samba Toure, Igbayen, Baba Djire, Kiran Alhuwalia (feat.
The Desert Song is an operetta with music by Sigmund Romberg and book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II, Otto Harbach and Frank Mandel. It was inspired by the 1925 uprising of the Riffs, a group of Moroccan fighters, against French colonial rule. It was also inspired by stories of Lawrence of Arabia aiding native guerrillas. Many tales romanticizing Arab North Africa were in vogue, including Beau Geste and The Son of the Sheik.
Beatrice Newbery Pays a Visit and Finds That the Festival in the Desert May Hold the Key to Boosting the Country's Tourism Industry. By Newbery, Beatrice. There's little beyond the remote Malian town of Timbouctou but a vast expanse of desert. Most people consider it the end of the Earth, and even its residents rarely venture north into the Sahara. But for one day in January, a host of musicians, MPs, tourists and technicians gather in the town's market place, preparing to head north into the dunes.
Various Festival In the Desert. Publish date: Oct 23, 2003. Updated on. May 2, 2018. Simple, raw and repetitive in the best way, Festival in the Desert is about rhythmic repetition far removed from anything electronic. From hypnotic female vocal ticks to guitar throb deeply set in an African desert, the compilation is about translating the intense openness of the desert into music.
BURNING MAN (Black Rock Desert, Nevada). But we’re not sure any of them can adequately explain the inspired madness that goes down in the northwestern Nevada desert every summer. Arguably the biggest festival in the world (not to mention its wildest party), Brazil’s Carnival is widely considered the greatest show on Earth. The event attracts nearly 5 million people each year, with a half-million or so being visitors traveling to see the spectacle. There are various legends associated with the Indian Festival.
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Written-By – Fadimata Walett Oumar*, Tartit
Written-By – Oumou Sangaré*
|3||–Lo'Jo||Jah Kas Cool Boy
Written-By – Denis Péan, Lo'Jo
|4||–Tinariwen||Amassakoul 'N' Tenere
Written-By – Ibrahim Ag Alhabib
|5||–Robert Plant & Justin Adams||Win My Train Fare Home (If I Ever Get Lucky)
Written-By – Jones*, Deamer*, Baggott*, Adams*, Thompson*, Plant*
Written-By – Blackfire
|7||–Django||Laisse Moi Dire
Written-By – Ibrahima Cissoko
|8||–Ali Farka Touré||Goye Kur
Written-By – Ali Farka Touré
|9||–Tinariwen||Zin Es Gourmeden
Written-By – Ibrahim Ag Alhabib
- Licensed To – Wrasse Records Ltd.
- Licensed From – Triban Union
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Créon Music
- Copyright (c) – Triban Union
- Mixed At – Studio Karma
- Filmed At – Festival au Désert
- Administrator – Valérie Sieye
- Artwork – Den Chamanie
- Cameraman [Camera Operators] – Banning Eyre, Bruno Geix, Dominique Mesmin, Igor Chpiliotoff, Lionel Brouet, Patrick Haouzi , Sean Barlow
- Crew [Backline] – Kham Meslien*, Richard Bourreau
- Dialog [Translation And Sub-titles] – Heidi Fleisher
- Executive-Producer – François Betrand*
- Film Director – Lionel Brouet
- Film Editor – Damien Duflos de Saint Amand
- Interviewer – Banning Eyre, Bruno Geix, Catherine Le-Roux, Dominique Mesmin, Lionel Brouet, Sean Barlow
- Lighting [Lighting Designer] – Jérôme Lubin
- Lighting [Site Illuminations] – Cie Carabosse
- Lighting Director – Jérôme Lubin, Laurent Ferat
- Mixed By [Live Sound Mixers] – Antony Harcourt* (tracks: 1, 3, 4, 6 to 9), Jean-Paul Romann (tracks: 1, 3, 4, 6 to 9), Justin Adams (tracks: 2, 5), Tim Oliver (tracks: 2, 5)
- Recorded By [Sound Recordists] – Michelle Amet, Philippe Devaud, Pierre-Albert Rivol
- Technician [Front Of House Sound] – Jean-Paul Romann
- Technician [Mixer] – Eric Rey
- Technician [Monitor Sound] – Antony Harcourt*, Javier Maillet
- Technician [Sound] – Andrick Damiron
NotesFilmed 6th, 7th, 8th January 2003, Essakane, Mali, Africa.
With bonus features an interview with Issa Dicko, a photo gallery by Nadia Nid El Mourid and Bogdan Konopka.
Co-production: Triban Union.
Technical assistance with filming: GSLC & Crazyhead Productions, Afropop Worldwide.
Sound Recordists: Pierre-Albert Rivol, Michelle Amet & Philippe Devaud - Audiotechniques.
Executive Producer: Camera Lucida Productions, François Betrand.
Live sound on tracks 1, 3, 4 and 6 to 9 mixed at Karma, at Angers, France. Tracks 2 and 5 mixed in Bath, UK.
The Festival in the Desert of Essakane 2003 was organised by the EFES Association with the help and support of the Malian Ministry of Crafts and Tourism.
℗ 2004 Créon Music. Under exclusive license to Wrasse Records Limited in Japan, Australia, Greece, Spain, Portugal, Scandanavia, South Africa and United Kingdom from Triban Union. © 2004 Triban Union.
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