Kristo Numpuby | Assiko City

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Assiko City

by Kristo Numpuby

Afro-Folk and Assiko Music from Cameroon
Genre: World: African Folk
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1. Nanoh
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2. Manguissa Man
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3. Lona
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4:00 $0.89
4. Mè Kè Mè Jè !
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5. Gwéha
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5:27 $0.89
6. Bés Ba
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7. Morning Limbé
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8. Nanoh
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0:46 album only
9. Petit Canard
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10. An Gwés Mè
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11. Hard Love
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12. 3615 Rigolo
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13. Tonton Pyjama
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14. Lona (Bamix)
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CMC - 88.1 FM WYCE (08/01/2007) : «[Assiko City] definitely offers something different, with not only great guitar but other interesting sounds produced from knives, forks, spoons, and empty bottles ! »

WORLDDISCOVERIES.NET (June 2006) : « My big « How come I never knew about this guy before? » discovery of the week […] »

fROOTS (January/February 1998) : « […] Assiko Xity is a very nice mixture, running from locally-flavoured rootsy workouts like Le Petit Canard, its neatly-picked acoustic guitar driven along by kick drum and bottle percussion [...], through more modern songs which might, I suppose be put into a Cameroon-flavoured Lokua Kanza bracket, to lightly jazz-tinged guitar instrumentals. » Ian ANDERSON


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