Draska | Along the Way

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Along the Way

by Draska

roots, pop, afrobeat, chillout, melancolic singer/song Traditional african instruments (n’goni, balafon, calebas) that are crying to get discovered by our western society in a fresh and modern way
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1. Jatimadenw
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2. Time Is On Your Side
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3. Sayaa
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4. Along the Way
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5. Heal Me
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6. What The...
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7. Jarabi
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8. Poor Child
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9. Kélé Magni
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10. N`maa
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11. Beans in a Can
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Traditional african instruments (n’goni, balafon, calebas) that are crying to get discovered by our western society in a fresh and modern context

roots, pop, afrobeat, chillout...
Draska create a very lively, genuine and natural sound
that animates to dance and sing along.
They combine african instruments such as the n'goni, balafon and the calebas with polyphon vocal lines, performed in english and jula (westafrican language).
All of this put into a modern context, they create a unique mixture of african and european music styles.



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finepath

Beautific
This album is the "once every several years gem" that we all look for and hope to find. Besides being earthy and creative on all levels, the melodies and harmonies are so delicate and sweet. The interplay between male and female vocals is full of sympathetic yearnings, and is translated to us, the audience, in a most sublime fashion. I haven't even mentioned the instrumentation, Wow, so strong and masterful. I love musicians that get this much drive from acoustic instruments. Yeah!