Zazou Bikaye - Noire et Blanc mp3 flac
Noir et Blanc by Zazou Bikaye, released 27 October 2017 1. M'Pasi Ya M'Pamba 2. Mangungu 3. Dju Ya Feza 4. Munipe Wa Kati 5. Eh! Yaye 6. Mama Lenvo 7. Lamuka 8. Keba 9. Woa At last, the re-mastered vinyl reissue of one of the biggest cult albums in the history of Crammed Discs. This record is constantly being (re)discovered by generations of fans, musicians and DJs, who hail it as an unsurpassed Afro/electronic milestone. Containing a great, 24-page booklet full of mementoes, photos from the participants' personal collections, fresh notes by everyone involved (except Hector Zazou, RIP), a download for the album, remixes and 5 original demos, the album has been remastered from original analogue master tapes. Includes unlimited streaming of Noir et Blanc via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 2 days.
It’s the first time the album has been pressed to vinyl since.
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Noir et Blanc was released in 1983, yet it still sounds like a broadcast from the future. Kinshasa’s Bony Bikaye was living in Belgium, working on an album by a Congolese soukous band, when he told the French composer Hector Zazou of his interest in krautrock and Stockhausen.
This album has an average beat per minute of 120 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 91/181 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Noir et blanc. BPM Profile Noir et blanc. Album starts at 91BPM, ends at 95BPM (+4), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing).
Noir Et Blanc (LP, Album). Crammed Discs, Crammed Discs, Normal. Cram 025 lp, cram 025, normal 3. Germany. Vendi questa versione. Cram 025 LP, CRAM 025. Zazou, Bikaye, Cy 1. Noir Et Blanc (LP, Album).
Noir et Blanc is a supremely enjoyable collaboration between Algerian-born (France-residing) composer Hector Zazou and Zairean singer Bony Bikaye, an early and inspired marriage between Central African music and post-punk funk. Zazou, who would go on to flirt with fame at the fringes of rock (working with singers like Björk and Susanne Vega), here assembled a tight little band that included Fred Frith and Marc Hollander, all swarmed over by his own electronics manipulation and, presumably, a good bit of post-production.
Resulting from a torrid encounter between Congolese singer Bony Bikaye, Algerian-born French composer Hector Zazou and mad scientists CY1, it also features wild guitars by Fred Frith and by Kinono No1 producer Vincent Kenis, who also mixed the album alongside Gilles Martin and Crammed founder Marc Hollander.
All tracks composed by heli & published by Crammed Music/Strictly Confidential. Matrix, Runout (Side A): YMS 2015 A. Matrix, Runout (Side B): YMS 2015 B.