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01 Fulani Rock

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02 Gilli Men

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03 One Day

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04 Kalaajo

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05 Lampenda

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06 Traveller

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07 Jam Jam

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08 War

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09 Peace

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A superstar in his native Senegal, spiritual pop singer Baaba Maal was not even born to be a performer — in West African culture, tradition dictates that the ancient griot caste must produce the singers and storytellers, and Maal was born in the city of Podor in 1953 into the fishermans caste. Despite his parents insistence that he become a lawyer, he grew up surrounded by music, absorbing both the traditional sounds of the region as well as American R&B and soul, later discovering jazz and blues. As a teen Maal moved to Dakar, joining the 70-piece orchestra Asly Fouta and teaming with his guitarist friend Mansour Seck to form the group Lasli Fouta; during the early 1980s, the duo also spent several years in Paris, where they recorded the 1984 album Djam Leelii. Upon returning to Senegal, Maal formed the group Daande Lenol — literally, The Voice of the Race — and began honing a highly distinctive sound fusing traditional African music with elements of pop and reggae; in 1988 he issued the LP Wango, the first in a series of highly successful albums which also included 1991s Baayo, 1992s Lam Toro and 1994s Firin in Fouta. In 1998, Maal released Nomad Soul; the first recording on Chris Blackwells new Palm Pictures label, it featured cameos by Brian Eno, Howie B. and others. A succession of records followed on Palm during the subsequent three years.

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