Alpha Yaya Diallo | Imme

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Imme

by Alpha Yaya Diallo

Contemporary West African music
Genre: World: African- West
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1. Imme
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2. Sara
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3. Walle
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4. The Climate is the Heart
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5. G'nife Papa
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6. M'ma Love
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7. Djigui
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8. Immigration
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9. Wondigal
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10. Femme Noire
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11. Sibhe
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Immé is Alpha’s sixth solo recording, following on his 2005 release Djama, and two award-winning releases with the African Guitar Summit. The album was produced by Alpha with the assistance of violinist, Jesse Zubot, and marks a significant departure from previous releases. Jesse had a large influence on the overall sound and describes it as “thicker” than past projects. Alpha brought in several friends for Immé, his friend and African Guitar Summit drummer Kofi Ackah, the goni player, Sekou Dioubate, and from France, the well known Guinean émigré, Doura Barry. Doura added his guitar, harmonica and co-wrote one song, “Wondrigal” Alpha co-wrote “The Climate is the Heart” with environmentalist Sanjay Khanna, who worked with Alpha to compose a song that synthesized the paradox of love, hope, social instability, and economic crisis.


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