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Akounak Tedalat Taha Tazoughai OST

by Mdou Moctar

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bonnieprince really need to see this film! excellent soundtrack, Mdou Moctar is fantastic one of the best artists/bands in the world today Favorite track: Adounia.
Melanie G
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Melanie G This album takes me places
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Gabriel Slick guitar melds with the incense wafting over the camel enclosure. We’re all wrapped in Moroccan blankets, trying not to fall asleep as the mystical rhythms roll over us, not daring to miss a thing. Favorite track: Adounia.
MiKe Kiker
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MiKe Kiker Got to catch the film at a special screening in Philadelphia right after Prince's death. Both the film & the music stand on their own as a testament to great artistry. Favorite track: Adounia.
Kinami Takeshi
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Kinami Takeshi Gives the kind of pleasure that came from Group Bombino's first album. Since Greg Auerbach ruined their next one with overproduction, I'm happy to quench my thirst with the still-fresh sound on this album.
Tim Shiel
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Tim Shiel Bring Mdou to Australia!! Favorite track: Adounia.
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Sibidoul 06:07
Iblis Amghar 04:18
Tahoultine 04:15
Adounia 04:45
Chimoumounin 05:23
Jagwa 03:02
Mdou's Theme 01:14
Tada Dounia 05:42


Rocking soundtrack recording from "Rain the Color Blue with a Little Red in it," a revolutionary story of guitars, motorcycles, cellphones - and the music of a new generation. Original compositions from Tuareg guitarist Mdou Moctar from the film about his rise to fame in the city of Agadez. From the raucous heavy psychedelic to the beautiful pentatonic sublime. Includes original compositions and reverb heavy intermissions film score.


released June 7, 2015

Produced by Christopher Kirkley
Recorded by Sylvain Quatreville
Mixed by Jesse Munroe Johnson
Mastered by Timothy Stollenwerk at Stereophonic



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Mdou Moctar Agadez, Niger

Mdou Moctar immediately stands out as one of the most innovative artists in contemporary Saharan music. His unconventional interpretations of Tuareg guitar and have pushed him to the forefront of a crowded scene. Mdou shreds with a relentless and frenetic energy that puts his contemporaries to shame. ... more


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