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Ali Farka Toure - Ali Farka Toure (UK Original) Vinyl rip in 24 Bit/96 Khz + CD-format

Ali Farka Toure - Ali Farka Toure (1988)
Vinyl rip in 24-bit/96kHz & 16-bit/44.1kHz | FLAC (Tracks), artworks | Stereo | 882 Mb, 230 Mb | 5% RAR Recovery
Styles: World, Ethnic | Filesonic + FilePost
World Circuit – WCB 007

This self-titled debut is an amazing collection, spotlighting the Malian guitarist in his full solo acoustic glory for a beautiful, intimate music that recalls American blues.
Ali Farka Toure - Ali Farka Toure (1988) {World Circuit}

Ali Farka Toure - Ali Farka Toure (1988) {World Circuit}
EAC 0.99pb4 | FLAC tracks level 5 | Cue+Log+M3U | Scans 300dpi | 285MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: World, Ethnic

This self-titled debut is an amazing collection, spotlighting the Malian guitarist in his full solo acoustic glory for a beautiful, intimate music that recalls American blues. The beauty of Ali Farka Toure lives in Toure's light, nimble touch on the strings as well as his flexible, reedy voice, which both perfectly complement his gentle, ambling rhythmic style.

Ali Farka Toure - Red & Green (2004) 2CDs  Music

Posted by Designol at Sept. 8, 2016
Ali Farka Toure - Red & Green (2004) 2CDs

Ali Farka Touré - Red & Green (2004) 2CDs
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 595 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 262 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: World Fusion, African Folk, Desert Blues | Label: World Circuit | # WCD070 | Time: 01:28:48

By the mid-'90s, Malian guitarist Ali Farka Touré was expanding his signature acoustic African blues by changing his instrumental palette and collaborating with Western musicians like Ry Cooder (as on 1994's Talkin' Timbuktu). While Touré gained prominence during this period, many die-hard fans tout the artist's earliest work as his strongest. The double-disc set Red & Green brings together two albums originally released by the French label Sonodisc between the mid- and late '80s. The original vinyl versions were long out of print and difficult to find, until their issue here on World Circuit/Nonesuch. Both albums are entirely acoustic (Touré didn't introduce an electric guitar until 1991's The Source), with minimal accompaniment on calabash and ngoni (a traditional four-string guitar), which perfectly complements Touré's percussive guitar style and plaintive, keening vocals.
Ali Farka Toure &  Toumani Diabate - In The Heart Of The Moon (2005) {World Circuit} [Repost]

Ali Farka Toure & Toumani Diabate - In The Heart Of The Moon (2005) {World Circuit}
EAC 1.0b3 | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3U | Full Scans 300dpi | 337MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: World, African Music

Ali Farka Toure and Toumani Diabate come across like the Odd Couple of Malian music. Toure is the tall, bespectacled veteran with the long fingers and a wide grin, looking very relaxed as he settles down to play a loping riff on his acoustic guitar. Diabate is younger, shorter, more intense, arranging himself in front of his kora, the ancient, multi-stringed west African harp. When you see him on video, you can’t quite believe just how quickly his fingers dance around all those strings.
Ali Farka Toure with Ry Cooder - Talking Timbuktu (1994) [REPOST]

Ali Farka Toure with Ry Cooder - Talking Timbuktu (1994)
EAC RIP | Flac+CUE+LOG ~ 330 MB | 10 Tracks | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps ~ 142 MB | ArtWork
Genre: World, Ethnic & Instrumental | Label: Hannibal | Release date: March 29, 1994

Talking Timbuktu is a groundbreaking record that vividly illustrates the Africa-Blues connection in real time. Ali Farka Toure, one of Mali's leading singer-guitarists, has a trance-like, bluesy style that, although deeply rooted in Malian tradition, bears astonishing similarity to that of John Lee Hooker or even Canned Heat. It's a mono-chordal vamp, with repetitive song lines cut with shards of blistering solo runs that shimmer like a desert mirage. Toure may be conversant with some blues artists, but it is unlikely that artists like Hooker or Robert Pete Williams ever heard these Malian roots, which makes the connection so uncanny. Ry Cooder, well versed in domestic and world guitar styles, is the perfect counterpoint in these extended songs/jams, his sinewy slide guitar intertwining with his partner's in a super world summit without barriers or borders. –Derek Rath

Ali Farka Toure - The River (1990)  Music

Posted by intothe at Dec. 13, 2009
Ali Farka Toure - The River (1990)

Ali Farka Toure - The River (1990)
World, African Blues | EAC rip (FLAC+CUE+LOG) + MP3 (320K/s) | 417 + 155 MB
Mango | 67:12 | RAR with 5% recovery | full scans

Ali Farka Toure - Savane - Repost  

Posted by Buaires at May 17, 2008
Ali Farka Toure - Savane - Repost

Ali Farka Toure - Savane
Genre: mali blues | Label: World Circuit | FLAC (tracks), Covers | PT: 58:37 | 2006 | 3 x 95 + 47 MB

This is a memorable album of African blues, but the lyrics are also well worth checking out. As Ali Farka Touré himself said: "It's not so much the music that's important, as what you're saying. But the music has to be good for people to listen to the words." The songs are mostly in Malian dialects such as Peul (but with some sung in French), and they deal with anything from traditional stories about cattle rearing and competition through to tales of the spirit world (he may have been a devout Muslim but he was famous for his gift for communicating with the ancient spirits believed to live in the Niger river) through to more contemporary stories… This is the last solo album by the best-known and best-loved guitarist in Africa, and it's simply outstanding…

Ali Farka Toure - Radio Mali  Music

Posted by kushunpeng at June 7, 2006
Ali Farka Toure - Radio Mali

Genre Blues/Folk |Mp3 @320kbits |.Rar with Recovery Record |Total 105MB in 2 Parts

Previously available as a 1996 import on the World Circuit label, this nearly 72-minute collection of recordings were originally made for radio broadcast between 1970 and 1978. As a single collection, this is the finest yet of Toure's slow-burning music, characterized by nimble, expressive guitar playing and strong, expressive singing. Lyrically, the songs are mostly devotionals, praising a loved one, Allah, and various government initiatives (including Radio Mali itself). Half the tunes feature Toure alone on guitar and vocals; elsewhere he is backed by the ngoni's beautiful rattle-buzz, a full choir, a smattering of percussion, and a violin player whose sliding, high-pitched notes echo the fiddle playing of Appalachia. Throughout, Toure's singing has a wider range than you'd expect (considering that he's known as the "African John Lee Hooker") and his bluesy guitar playing is always melodic, modal, and meditative. Toure repeats musical phrases over and over again, subtly changing them. But he never gets fancy for its own sake–his style (which adapts Sonrai, Peul, and Tamascheq techniques) sounds as natural as a babbling brook. Strands of sing-songy, seemingly simplistic melodies wrap around each other, coming together and unwinding like strands of RNA. This is some mind-blowing stuff.

ALI FARKA TOURE - Red and Green  Music

Posted by anlokin at May 23, 2006
ALI FARKA TOURE - Red and Green

ALI FARKA TOURE - Red and Green
1979, 1988 | MP3 | CBR 192 Kbps | 44.1 kHz | Stereo | Lame Codec

Ali Ibrahim Farka Touré (1939 - 2006) was a Malian singer and guitarist, and one of the African continent's most internationally renowned musicians. His music is at the crossroad of traditional Malian music (one of the main roots of contemporary North American blues) and modern feedback influences from North American and English blues.

Vieux Farka Toure & Julia Easterlin - Touristes (2015)  Music

Posted by Designol at Sept. 7, 2016
Vieux Farka Toure & Julia Easterlin - Touristes (2015)

Vieux Farka Touré & Julia Easterlin - Touristes (2015)
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 231 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 92 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
World Fusion, African, Indie Folk, Desert Blues | Six Degrees | # 657036-1230-2-1 | Time: 00::

Like his legendary father, Ali Farka Touré, Vieux is a guitarist who likes to collaborate. He has worked with the Israeli keyboard player Idan Raichel, and now comes an even more powerful partnership, with American singer Julia Easterlin. The opening Little Things starts with the familiar guitar lines of that Malian favourite Kaira, before Easterlin eases in to nudge the song towards western balladry. Elsewhere, this bravely original fusion switches from an African funk treatment of Fever Ray’s I’m Not Done to slow, thoughtful laments. The traditional In the Pines has been covered by everyone from Lead Belly to Nirvana, but is here reworked with chilling, whispered vocals and desert blues guitar, while the most startling track is a slow, African-edged treatment of Dylan’s Masters of War, which sounds like a pained meditation on the recent chaos in Mali.