Omara "Bombino" Moctar, a young Tuareg guitarist and songwriter, was raised during an era of armed struggles for independence and violent suppression by government forces. His electrifying jams capture the spirit of resistance and rebellion while echoing with guitar riffs reminiscent of fellow Africans Tinariwen and Ali Farka Touré as well as Jimi Hendrix, John Lee Hooker and Jimmy Page.
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Label: Nonesuch – 534291-1. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. All compositions and lyrics by Omara "Bombino" Moctar. Releases with a information insert with lyrics.
Album · 2013 · 11 Songs. Bombino also sings and writes his own material, and his distinctive guitar style is a perfect subject for Auerbach's producer talents. Nomad is a gorgeous work that blends Bombino's earthy vocals and hypnotic, repetitive guitar style with other instruments-like bass, Farfisa organ, lap steel, djembe, and percussion-to create a vibrant, lush soundscape that celebrates both western rock guitar and the sounds of the Saharan Tuareg.
Data de lançamento 02 Abril 2013. Labels Nonesuch Records. Estilo de MúsicaBlues Rock. Membros têm este álbum0.
Bombino - Deran (2018) (Full Album). Bombino - Full Performance (Live on KEXP). Bombino - Azamane Tiliade (Official Video). Bombino - Mahegagh (What Shall I Do). Bombino, "Tar Hani" Live. Bombino - Imuhar (acoustic version). Bombino - Deran (2018) (Full Album). B O M B I N O : -New album (Original mix) 2018. Bombino - Agadez (2011). Bombino - Agamgam 2004.
On his 2011 debut album, Agadez, Bombino soothed listeners with his North African brand of coffee shop blues. This time around Bombino’s entrancing concoctions fuse with some good ol’ fashioned southern comfort. Black Keys guitarist/singer and Nomad producer Dan Auerbach's gritty bootprint propels Bombino’s guitar mastery into mind-altering psychedelia levels. Album opener Amidinine instantly throws listeners deep inside the frontier of its outlaw creators. A daydreamer’s paradise, Nomad continues teleporting listeners to faraway lands from thereafter
Bombino, Nomad (Nonesuch) ( ). Omara Bombino Moctar's 13-minute Tigrawahi Tikma was one of the standout cuts on last year's Songs For Desert Refugees compilation, its driving guitar trills exemplifying the enduring strength of Tuareg desert-blues. Produced by The Black Keys' Dan Auerbach, Nomad confirms Bombino's promise, but with a few added surprises.