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Mr Raoul K - Still Living in Slavery (2014)

Date: 5.12.2014 | House | Tags: Mr Raoul K, Baobab Records | Download Mr Raoul K - Still Living in Slavery (2014) for free.
Mr Raoul K - Still Living in Slavery (2014)

Still Living In Slavery' is Mr Raoul K's third album. It is, however, the first one that will be released on his own label 'baobab music'. He thought for quite some time about to shift the African instruments and African rhythm structures that uses in his production processs into a more dominant, more exposed position. Giving them a role of there own and freeing them from being bound to a groove coined by a four-to-the-floor kickdrum. While using dominating drumsounds when producing records aimed for the dancefloor seemed reasonible , they weren't needed for the storytelling concept throughout this album and are left to the accompanying remixes. Remixes will be released as vinyl and download. As usual, Mr Raoul K works together with artists heading from Africa. Here, Hamed Sosso, Sona Diabate, Batakali A.K. Tenekdash and Adama Conde present their skills. His friend Kuniyuki Takashi demonstrates his talent to play the flute and provides some piano too.

Mr Raoul K - Still Living in Slavery (2014)
lectronic, Deep House, Afrobeat, World Music | Baobab Records
320 kbps | MP3 | unmixed | 2014 | 01:17:03 | 177 Mb

01. Dounougnan Magni - Intro 2:38
02. Dounougnan Magni - Chapitre 1 4:23
03. Dounougnan Magni - Chapitre 2 5:25
04. Dounougnan Magni - Chapitre 3 3:31
05. Break Your Chains And Return To Botswana 8:26
06. Intelligent Revolution 13:45
07. Enchained Trible - Chapitre 1 5:30
08. Enchained Trible - Chapitre 2 5:17
09. Enchained Trible - Chapitre 3 7:35
10. Djeli 13:10
11. Sene Kela (Mr Raoul K & Laolu Version) 7:23

This album deals with aspects of inner and outer slavery. It is known that people wether knowingly or not often get into habits that start to limit their possibilities and narrow their view. Slavery is no longer people put in chains by others, but people put in chains by themselves. But only one group of the enchained will admit to their chain. Mr Raoul K's other concern is to share traditional African grooves and sounds with an audience that hasn't experienced this kind of music before. He presents an authentic surrounding that proivdes the listener with the chance to fall in love with the unsual rhythmic patterns - without getting trapped in neocolonial-folkloristic stereotypes. This album stands against cultural hegemonism and commits itself to getting together without prejudice

Mr Raoul K - Still Living in Slavery (2014)

Mr Raoul K - Still Living in Slavery (2014)
Mr Raoul K - Still Living in Slavery (2014)
Mr Raoul K - Still Living in Slavery (2014)

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