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Further in Time

Disques - CD  |   Guinée -  Sénégal -  Inde -  UK (United Kingdom)  |  Afro Celt Sound System  |  N’Faly Kouyaté  | Parution : 2001  | Label :  Real World Records - Virgin

Titres :
1. North - 6:49
2. North 2 - 3:01
3. When You’re Falling - 5:14
4. Colossus - 6:44
5. Lagan - 4:05
6. Shadowman - 6:36
7. Life Begin Again - 6:22
8. Further In Time - 6:32
9. Go On Through - 8:04
10. Persistence Of Memory - 4:29
11. The Silken Whip - 7:18
12. Onwards - 5:27

Fondé en 1995 par le guitariste et producteur anglais Simon Emmerson, Afro Celt Sound System est un groupe multi-ethnique naviguant entre afro-fusion, afro-pop, afro-celte, afro-électro, mélanges de styles modernes et sonorités celtiques et africaines.

L’album "Further In Time" sera nominé aux Grammy Awards 2001 aux Etats-Unis, dans la catégorie "Meilleur album world".

Fiche :
Dhol (Dhol Drums), Tabla, Drums (Kalsi Kit) – Johnny Kalsi (tracks : 1 to 11)
Drum Programming, Programmed By [Keyboard Programming] – Mass (tracks : 1 to 11)
Flute – Emer Mayock (tracks : 11)
Guitar (All Guitars), Bouzouki, Mandolin, Drum Programming – Simon Emmerson
Keyboards, Programmed By (Programming), Technician (Front Of House Live Sound) – Martin Russell
Vocals – Demba "Shadowman" Barry (tracks : 6), Iarla Ó Lionáird
Other (Dancing) – Demba ’"Shadowman" Barry
Whistle (High), Low Whistle, Keyboards, Bodhrán, Piano, Accordion, Harmonium, Drum
Programming, Programmed By (Keyboard Programming) – James McNally
Djembé, Tama (Talking Drum) - Moussa Cissoko
Vocals, Kora, BalafonN’Faly Kouyaté
Programmed By (Additional Programming By) – James McNally, Ron Aslan, Simon Emmerson
Programmed By (Programming) – Martin Russell, Mass
Uilleann Pipes – Emer Mayock (tracks : 1, 2, 4, 8, 11)

Mastered By – Ian Cooper
Design (Graphic Design), CGI Artist (Image Manipulation) – Marc Bessant
Management – Steve Baker
Management (Assisted By) – Phil Nicholas
Producer – James McNally, Martin Russell, Simon Emmerson
Producer (Additional Production) – Iarla Ó Lionáird, Mass
Recorded By – Martin Russell, Mass

 

par   Nago Seck  7 mai 2007 - © Afrisson