The music in this disc was a bit different from the Companions disc, with the music here being more sophisticated, less repetitive, softer (much less harsh electric guitar), and the singing is often rather too loud and intrusive: I often wished that the music would develop without any singing at all. I most enjoyed tracks 1, 3, 9, and 11.
GOOD 2011 CD with 12 cuts by African Toureg/Sahara Desert/Mali band. Fun rhythms, grooves, etc.
Volkswagen would like to think that the $45,000 Touareg can transform your urban commute into an exotic safari. The rest of us can listen to Tinariwen in our Ford Escorts. In fact, you could learn their language, live with the people for a month and still have enough money to buy a Toyota Highlander, which is a better vehicle anyway. I took option #2. Having misplaced my Tamashek phrase book, I relied on the liner notes to translate the lyrics and discovered that the singers have concerns similar to yours and mine--the concerns that we would have if our Ford Escorts were commandeered for an ethnic war in the Sahara Desert. If you opt for the real safari, you might want to order your VW with armor plating.
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