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Youssou N’Dour – History (2019)

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Youssou N’Dour – History (2019)

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1		Habib Faye
2		Birima (Remix)	Featuring – Seinabo Sey
3		Confession
4		Ay Coono La
5		My Child		Featuring – Babatunde Olatunji
6		Macoumba
7		Salimata
8		Hello (Remix)	Featuring – Mohombi
9		Takuta		Featuring – Babatunde Olatunji
10		Tell Me

Sikiru Adepoju 	Talking Drum
Mike Bangerz 	Arranger, Programming 
Alexandru Cotoi 	Guitar, Vocal Arrangement
Augustine Huche Ezra 	Programming, Vocals (Background) 
Moustapha Mbaye 	Percussion 
Youssou N’Dour - vocals
Babatunde Olatunji 	Drums, Percussion
Alain Rodrigue Oyono 	Saxophone, Vocals (Background)
Thierno Sarr 	Bass, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Bass), Lead
Seinabo Sey 	Vocals
Spotless 	Programming, Vocals (Background) 


It’s useful, but not crucial, to know that History , the latest recording by the worldrenowned Senegalese vocalist Youssou N’Dour, honors the past—both his own and that of people who’ve inspired him. Among those falling into the latter category is Babatunde Olatunji, the late Nigerian drummer, whose influence on both other African artists and many in the West (just ask Carlos Santana and Mickey Hart) is incalculable. Two tracks on History , “My Child” and “Takuta,” feature the voice of the late Olatunji—the former is an easy-rolling, poignant dance number, the latter is a unified meld of hypnotic, circular African rhythm and Western groove that grabs from the first beat and never lets go. “Habib Faye,” meanwhile, the album’s opening track, is dedicated to N’Dour’s late bassist and musical director of that name: packed with percussive accents, it provides the first of several moments within the album that juxtapose the leader’s intoxicatingly expressive, gutsy delivery and ethereal, lithe wails. N’Dour takes a song to an unexpected place every last time. Some songs on History are remakes from his own catalog, often featuring younger guests and remodeled from the bottom up. Remixes of “Hello,” featuring Swedish-Congolese singer Mohombi, and “Birima,” with Sweden’s Seinabo Sey, would, in any just world, top the R&B sales charts. There are new tunes on History , N’Dour’s first new album in four years, as well: consistent with the older material and remixes, they show him to be on top of contemporary musical and production trends while losing none of his signature vocal style or allegiance to the culture that birthed him. While it’s not a groundbreaker on the order of his work from the ‘80s and ‘90s, History leaves no doubt that Youssou N’Dour is still a giant of African music. ---Jeff Tamarkin, relix.com

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