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Performer: Orchestra Baobab
Title: Bamba
Country: UK
Released: 1993
Catalog number: STCD 3003
Label: Stern's Africa
MP3 album szie: 2232 mb
FLAC album size: 1959 mb


Written-By – Medoune Diallo
Written-By – Barthélémy Attisso
3Bon Bon I
Written-By – N.Dieng, R.Gomis
Written-By – Bala Sidibe
Written-By – Ndiouga Dieng
6Sou Sedhiou
Written-By – Balla Sidibe
7Sibou Odia
Written-By – B.Attisso, R.Gomis
Written-By – Medoune Diallo
9Doomou Baaye
Written-By – Thione Seck
10Mouhamadou Bamba
Written-By – Thione Seck


  • ArtworkTimur Iskhakov
  • BassCharles Ndiaye
  • Clarinet, Saxophone [Alto]Peter Udo
  • DesignDiacritic
  • Drums, PercussionMontaga Kouyate
  • EngineerMoustapha Ayandé
  • Executive Producer [Executive Production & Artistic Direction] – Ibrahima Sylla
  • Guitar [Lead]Barthélémy Attisso
  • Liner NotesLucy Duran
  • ProducerIbrahima Fall (tracks: 1 - 5), Ibrahima Sylla (tracks: 6 - 10)
  • Rhythm GuitarPape Bâ
  • Saxophone [Tenor & Alto]Issa Cissokho
  • VocalsMedoune Diallo
  • Vocals, PercussionNdiouga Dieng, Rudolph Gomis
  • Vocals, TimbalesBalla Sidibe, Thione Seck


Compilation/CD-reissue of two rare LP's from the early 80's:
Track 1 - 5 from the album Mouhamadou Bamba (Jambaar Records JM 5000, 1980)
Track 6 - 10 from the album Sibou Odia (Jambaar Records JM 5004, 1981)

℗ 1993 Stern's Music
© 1993 Stern's Africa
Made in Germany


  • Barcode: 5017742300324
  • Matrix / Runout: SONOPRESS H-0810/STCD3003 A 2


  • Recorded At – Studio Golden Baobab
  • Mixed At – Studio Golden Baobab
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Stern's Music
  • Copyright (c) – Stern's Africa
  • Made By – Sonopress – H-0810
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Mouhamadou Bamba shifts mid-song into devoted testifying before a rocking guitar solo and fall-apart ending closes out six-and-a-half minutes of brilliant music. The rockin' side of Orchestra Baobab dominates Bamba, which combines the Senegalese group's Mouhamadou Bamba and Sibou Odia albums from 1980 and 1981. It's much louder and liver sounding - the voices laced with echo, N'Diaye's bass and Papa Ba's rhythm guitar more prominent in the mix, and Attisso brought in his noise toys and gets rowdy. Album 1993 10 Songs. A Night at Club Baobab. Classic Titles: Orchestra Baobab. La belle époque, Vol. La belle époque. Orchestra Baobab - Coumba from the album Pirate's Choice originally recorded in 1982 re-released by World Circuit Records 2001 The song was written Baobab is a Senegalese band established in 1970 as the house band of the Baobab Club in Dakar. Many of the band's original members had previously played with Star Band de Dakar in the 1960s. Directed by timbalero and vocalist Balla Sidibe, the group features saxophonists Issa Cissoko and Thierno Koité, two singers, two guitarists and a rhythm section with drums, congas and bass guitar. Since their formation, the band has predominantly played a mix of son cubano, Wolof music, and to a lesser. Listen free to Orchestra Baobab Bamba Mouhamadou Bamba, Boulmamine and more. 10 tracks 72:14. ORCHESTRA BAOBAB: MOUHAMADOU BAMBA LP vinyl BRAND NEW PRE-ORDER. Condition: New. Time left: 21d 21h 52m 42s Ships to: Worldwide. Orchestra Baobab. Mouhamadou Bamba, 06:36. Boulmamine, 05:55. Ndiawolou, 06:35. 2006 Senegalese Dance Music of the 70's. Specialist In All Styles. Orchestra Baobab, Baobab-Gouye-Gui de Dakar. 1: Ben Gomori. Ben Gomori. Bamba is an amalgam of two Orchestra Baobab albums, released in 1980-81, which means it comes before the 1982 Pirates Choice. It offers a far clearer recording and, as I say, just sounds more joyous and alive. The sax and guitar are amazing and all songs are played with great enthusiasm. The liner notes on Bamba refer to Orchestra Baobab being west Africas greatest dance band and I can agree with that now. I have gone back to Pirates Choice to see if my opinion has changed since listening to Bamba and it has not. Bamba is released by Sterns, and nobody knows African music like Sterns. Songs in album Orchestra Baobab - Bamba 1993. Orchestra Baobab - Mouhamadou Bamba. Orchestra Baobab - Boulmamine. Orchestra Baobab - Ndiawolou. Orchestra Baobab - Doomou Baaye. Orchestra Baobab - Gnawou. Orchestra Baobab - Bon Bon I. Orchestra Baobab - Autorail. Orchestra Baobab - Sou Sedhiou. Orchestra Baobab - Ndiambaane