Mou Atak Mou | Sudanese Change Music

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Sudanese Change Music

by Mou Atak Mou

Uplifting music of change for Sudan.
Genre: Reggae: Roots Reggae
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1. Alam El Sudan
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2:41 $0.99
2. Amukdoor
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3. Arab Hey Sudan Ee Panda
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4. Hallelujah
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5. Nyibol
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6. Pel Ku Tiel
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7. Nyan Thin Bahr El Ghazal
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8. Garang Mangar
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9. Martha
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10. Hakuna Matata
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11. Mountain Sauce Reggae
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12. Nurra
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Uplifting music of change for Sudan.


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Betsy

Strong Fun Music
This album is unbelievable! The man that wrote these songs was once the music teacher of Emmanuel Jal. His name is Santino, and he is a refugee from South Sudan. He has been through hell, but through his music it is evident his spirit and love of life are intact. The music makes you want to get up and dance. Santino's voice is at once powerful and kind. It has brought tears to my eyes. He sings in his native Dinka language and in Arabic. He is sending a message of encouragement to his people in South Sudan. The fact that I don't understand the words isn't a problem. His voice comes through the music like white puffy clouds being carried by the wind. The music is generally reggae in style, but veers into more original sounds that I don't know how to categorize except to say that young and old alike will enjoy this great new CD.