Tabou Combo | Anthology, Vol. IV

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Anthology, Vol. IV

by Tabou Combo

The fourth of five volumes containing the hottest hits of Tabou Combo from 1979 to 1986.
Genre: World: Creole
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1. Bolero (Rap)
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2. Pase Sou Ou
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3. La Vida Preciosa
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4. Jalouzi
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5. New York City
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6. Tro Jen
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7. Marie Marie
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8. Eseye'l Konsa
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Tabou Combo got started in 1968 in Petion-Ville / Haiti.

Singing in English, Spanish, French or their native Creole, Tabou serves a hot mix of grooves and textures with roots from around the world. You will hear a strong dose of the Dominican Republic’s national dance music, meringue. In addition, there is Haiti’s dance-till-you-drop carnival music, rara, the hypnotic drums of Haitian voodoo rituals. Add to that quadrilles and contra-dances from Haiti’s French colonizers and funk from the American soul era to James Brown for good measure. The mixture of all these influences makes for a serious bass line that brings new meaning to the word bottom; layer upon layer of accents courtesy of drums, percussion and congas; the constant intertwining of two guitars with the feel of West African Soukous topped with bright piano riff and the brassy sound of a 3-man horn section.




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