Gnonnas Pedro died August 12, 2004, age 61 of prostate cancer in a hospital of Cotonou, Benin. In Groups: Africando, Gnonnas Pedro Et Ses Dadjes, Gnonnas Pedro Y Sus Pancho De Cotonou.
Listen to music from Gnonnas Pedro like Yiri Yiri Boum, La Musica en Verite & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Gnonnas Pedro. The late-blooming singer and musician Gnonnas Pedro achieved world-wide fame when he joined the African salsa supergroup Africando in 1996. But he had been well known in his hometown of Cotonou, Benin, since becoming active on the music scene there in the early 1960s.
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Gnonnas Pedro has been a staple in the music of Benin since the 1960s. He is a jack of all trades blending Cuban music, soukous, highlife, and ballads that appeal to a wide audience. He is one of the renowned African vocalists. His music is steeped in African and Cuban traditions that infiltrated Benin via the Congo. The mambo and cha cha that comprise much of Vol. 1 have a Cuban stamp on them, along with a primordial African coloration. La Musica en Verite," covered by Africando on Gombo Salsa, tells it all, with organ and percussion that carries one through all barriers to musical bliss. In music there is truth. In this album there is a good amount of that compelling truth packaged in a manner that will appeal to African and Cuban music aficionados alike.
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Gnonnas Youssou Pierre (Gnonnas Pedro), singer, trumpeter and saxophonist: born Lokossa, Benin 10 January 1943; (three sons, four daughters); died Cotonou, Benin 12 August 2004. La Musica En Verite (feat.
Gnonnan Sossou Pierre Kouassivi, known by the stage name Gnonnas Pedro was a singer and musician from Lokossa, Benin. He is perhaps best known as the lead singer of Africando between 1995 and his death in 2004, but had been well known in his home country of Benin and beyond since the 1960s. Pedro led his own bands Pedro y Sus Panchos, later reforming as Gnonnas Pedro and his Dadjes Band, before joining the long-lived Orchestre Poly-rythmo de Cotonou.
Gnonnas Pedro and Labah Soseh, two pioneering vocalists who hail from Benin and Gambia, respectively, receive well-deserved places of honor. Other master tracks include Congolese diva Tshala Muana's hypnotic "Lekela Muadi," and "Canto a la Vueltabajera" by Cuba's Alfredo Valdés, which abounds in goofy classical piano quotes. Disc: 1. 1. Val' Carretero - Chico Albarez (Cuba). 2. Safiatou - Mama Sissoko (Guinea). 3. Canto A La Vueltabajera - Alfredo Valdes (Cuba).