Mamadou Doumbia – Vol. 2,Badmos

Mamadou Doumbia, front, cd size

Mamadou Doumbia is a footballplayer from Côte d’Ivoire but we are not
talking about him. This Mamadou Doumbia is a guitarist from Côte d’Ivoire,
we have volume two here on Badmos Records.
tracks;

1 Horonya sira
2 Mousso itelen
3 Djocouadjo
4 Komi ikalon
5 San kolo
6 San gara
7 Ani barrah
8 N’te rithie

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12 thoughts on “Mamadou Doumbia – Vol. 2,Badmos

  1. I was trying to recognize the style of guitar of Mamadou Doumbia (the one living in Japan)and re-listen to this album I realized that this is not the Malian Mamadou living in Japan or the other so-called PERCEY ex-Biton.

    Must be the Ivoirien, which told us Likembe:[I had thought that these recordings were all by the same artist, but it seems that they are by two different musicians named Mamadou Doumbia, one from Mali and the other from Côte d’Ivoire! And to further befuddle matters, there is yet another Malian musician named Mamadou Doumbia residing in Tokyo, who once played with the Rail Band and Salif Keita and has a band called Mandinka (not to mention an Ivoirian footballer by the same name, who as far as I know has no musical talent!)]

    http://likembe.blogspot.com/search/label/Mamadou%20Doumbia

    and also posted in worldservice.

    http://wrldsrv.blogspot.com/search/label/mamadou%20doumbia

    and this other,
    Mamadou Doumbia et son ensenble l’orchestra Conseil De L’Entente(1980)(vinyl rip)in Ylow blog.

    http://ylow23.blogspot.com/2010/06/2009-archive-cache.html

  2. I was trying to recognize the style of guitar of Mamadou Doumbia (the one living in Japan)and re-listen to this album I realized that this is not the Malian Mamadou living in Japan or the other so-called PERCEY ex-Biton.

    Must be the Ivoirien, which told us Likembe:[I had thought that these recordings were all by the same artist, but it seems that they are by two different musicians named Mamadou Doumbia, one from Mali and the other from Côte d’Ivoire! And to further befuddle matters, there is yet another Malian musician named Mamadou Doumbia residing in Tokyo, who once played with the Rail Band and Salif Keita and has a band called Mandinka (not to mention an Ivoirian footballer by the same name, who as far as I know has no musical talent!)]

    http://likembe.blogspot.com/search/label/Mamadou%20Doumbia

    and also posted in worldservice.

    http://wrldsrv.blogspot.com/search/label/mamadou%20doumbia

    and this other,
    Mamadou Doumbia et son ensenble l’orchestra Conseil De L’Entente(1980)(vinyl rip)in Ylow blog.

    http://ylow23.blogspot.com/2010/06/2009-archive-cache.html

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