Mini All Stars | 2000

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2000

by Mini All Stars

A Star reunion to celebrate the New Millenium.
Genre: World: Kompa
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1. Men Lan 2000 La
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2. Sinfoni Damou
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3. A La Demande
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4. Sensation
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5. A Vous Les Femmes
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6. Mon Coeur Balance
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7. Maman ( Yon Sel La )
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8. Temwayaj
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
If you are still looking for a musical gift for a friend who may or may not be Haitian, there are still a lot of nice CDs on the market. As usual at this time of the year, Mini All Stars has a new CD out, entitled " Compas 2000 ". As the name indicates, you will find quite a number of stars on the album, such as the lead singer, Raymond Cajuste, Ralph Condé and his fluid guitar sound, Sabine Francoeur as the lead singer on tune No. 4 and many more. Tune No. 6 is a very nice interpretation of the hit, of a few years ago, by Camerounian singer Daouda: Mon coeur balance. The lead singer is none other than Boulo Valcourt and the conga player Lenor Fortuné, better known as Azor. Whether playing Konpa, jazz, or Rasin, he is at ease, proving how versatile he can be. Tune No. 4 is also a very nice interpretation of the late Selena hit: Bidi Bidi Bom Bom as adapted by T-Vice. The mixing is very good, all instruments can be heard clearly and the best surprise of all: the Kreyòl spelling is quite adequate, I would say 98% correct. If you are a fan of Mini All Stars, this should be a nice addition to your collection, for it makes nice dancing music


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