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|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Angélique Kidjo; Alicia Keys; Branford Marsalis; Joss Stone; Peter Gabriel; Carlos Santana; Josh Groban; Ziggy Marley; Keziah Jones; Amadou & Mariam.
|Credits:||Produced and mixed by Tony Visconti ; engineered by Mario F. McNulty ; A & R by Beka Callaway ; mastered by George Marino at Sterling Sound.|
|Performer(s):||Angélique Kidjo, vocals ; with musical acc. and guest musicians.|
|Event notes:||Recorded at Electric Lady Studios and Looking Glass Studio ; Carlos Santana, guitar recorded at Tarpan Studio by Tim Reitzel ; Peter Gabriel, vocals recorded at Real World by Dan Lavi and Dickie ; Joss Stone, vocals recorded at Orange Studios by Vic Florencia ; Ziggy Marley, vocals recorded at Lion Head Studios by Mark Moreau ; additional vocals and guitars recorded by Jean Hebrail.|
|Description:||1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||Ae ae (3:33) --
Djin djin (featuring Alicia Keys & Branford Marsalis) (4:20) --
Gimme shelter (featuring Joss Stone) (4:10) --
Salala (featuring Peter Gabriel) (3:26) --
Senamou (c'est l'amour) (featuring Amadou & Mariam) (3:46) --
Pearls (featuring Carlos Santana & Josh Groban) (5:08) --
Sedjedo (featuring Ziggy Marley) (3:58) --
Papa (4:36) --
Arouna (3:37) --
Awan n' la (3:31) --
Emma (3:31) --
Mama golo papa (3:43) --
Lonlon (Ravel's bolero) (5:09).
|Other Titles:||Ae ae.
Senamou (c'est l'amour)
Awan n' la.
Mama golo papa.
" ... She handily reinforces her stature as an upbeat heroine of contemporary Afro-pop."--New York Times.
"Rich rhythms form the sturdy foundation over which Kidjo sings in a handful of languages ... spirited and moving ..."--Billboard.