Toure,Daby / Amonafi
Album:Amonafi Collection:World
Artist:Toure,Daby Added:Nov 2015

A-File Activity
Add Date:2015-11-08 Pull Date:2016-01-10 Charts:Reggae/World
Week Ending:Jan 10Dec 27Dec 13Dec 6Nov 29Nov 22

Recent Airplay
1.Oct 30, 2021:Music Casserole (rebroadcast from Dec 26, 2015)
4.Jan 03, 2016:Breakaway Bluff
2.Sep 18, 2021:Music Casserole (rebroadcast from Nov 21, 2015)
5.Dec 26, 2015:Music Casserole
3.Mar 22, 2018:Melange
6.Dec 08, 2015:Clean Copper Radio COP TALK

Album Review
Margy Kahn
Reviewed 2015-11-03 
Songs in West African languages accompanied by wonderful acoustic guitar arrangements, vocals, folk instruments, percussion. All have vocals; all are good to play

No FCC's

1.Woyoyoe –2:34 – ”A Cry” – a tale of love in his childhood city in Mauritania, mellow

2.Amonafi – 2:57--”Once Upon A Time” – story of coming of slavery

3.Kiba –3:49-- African diaspora

4.Oma- 2:36 –inspired by Romanian woman Toure met in Paris – faster, more layered; vocal percussion

5.Emma-3:06 – solo accompanied by guitar; lively with English phrases

6.Little Song – 3:06 – steady, low key beat under vocals;

7. If You – 2:25 – whistle type instrument plus percussion, more staccato; lively

8. Khone -2:40 – “Enemy – written by Toure's father; a capella excerpt from opera about black power – nice harmony; call and response

**9-Kille – 3:13 – “The Way” --starts with drumming; lots of pretty instrumentation; singing

10.Debho – 3:36 - “Women” – a tribute, upbeat

11.Mina – 3:40 – simple voice plus guitar

12.Soninka – 3:00 – tribute to Soninke people

13. Ndema – 3:31- “Help” --nice harmonies – banjo type instrument

Track Listing
1.Woyoyoe 7.If You
2.Amonafi 8.Khone
3.Kiba 9.Kille
4.Oma 10.Debho
5.Emma 11.Mina
6.Little Song 12.Soninka