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Album Remarks & Appraisals:
The West African Blues Project is a meeting of minds, a meeting of cultures and two styles of music. Played with artistic skill that superbly blends these qualities and characteristics together, this collaboration has resulted in a high-energy blend of intoxicating rhythmic music. Modou Touré is heir to the 1980s’ first world music superband from Senegal, Touré Kunda. Modou has created a strong personal style, based on a refreshing and original take on traditional West African folk music. A songwriter at heart, Modou (short for Mamadou) also composes and arranges his music, and plays guitar and percussion. The British-born Ramon Goose has toured all over Europe, performed with Pee Wee Ellis and also worked with Chris Thomas King. “Ramon Goose is a superb guitarist; and produces his own material with a maturity well beyond his years.” (Blues Matters) “ cream of the UK's emerging blues stars” (BBC Radio Suffolk)
Audio Mixer: Ed Van Der Mark.
Liner Note Authors: Ramon Goose; Modou Touré.
Photographers: Matt Crossick; Luck .
Arrangers: Ramon Goose; Modou Touré.
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