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VA - Simply Zouk - Party Beats & Tropical Rhythms (2014)

Date: 16.10.2014 | Lo&Fi, Pop | Tags: Simply, Pop, French Pop, New Age, World | Download VA - Simply Zouk - Party Beats & Tropical Rhythms (2014) for free.
VA - Simply Zouk - Party Beats & Tropical Rhythms (2014)

In the past couple of years, Zouk has nudged out salsa as the most popular dance class in the pubs and clubs of Europe and North America. Why? Because salsa may be fun and fit, but Zouk is sensual and up-close; and we all need some sensuality in our lives!But theres a lot more to Zouk than just close-dancing at 88 rpm! Zouks roots can be found in the nineteenth century courtly dances that the Europeans (especially the French) brought to the Caribbean (more specifically, to Martinique, Guadeloupe, Dominica and Haiti).

VA - Simply Zouk - Party Beats & Tropical Rhythms (2014)
Pop,French Pop,New Age,World | Simply
320 kbps | MP3 | unmixed | 2014 | 05:08:39 | 780 Mb
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Tracklist:
01. Ti Emile - I Chaud I Chaud (02:40)
02. Kali - Tanbou Dan Tche Mou (04:42)
03. Max Ransay - La route Chanflou (05:53)
04. Max Cilla - La Danse Des Bambous (05:57)
05. Marce & Toumpak - Matado (05:12)
06. Malavoi - La Filo (07:37)
07. Le Groupe Krazz' - Krazoukafrick (On ma trompe) (03:54)
08. Michel Godzom - Larie Pei (04:48)
09. Kali - Naissez (03:36)
10. Dede St Prix & Pakatak - Synthesise (05:16)
11. Katichimen - Parasismisik (03:24)
12. Kwak - La Salsera (04:54)
13. Ambiance Paillotte de Simon Jurad - Ti Missie (05:56)
14. Palavire - A We Neg (03:50)
15. Ralph Tamar - Fonds Larion (04:40)
16. Eugene Mona - Angoulousse ce la mou (Live) (05:18)
17. Djo Desormo - Voici Le Loup (06:07)
18. Tabou Combo - Tu As Vole (05:54)
19. Gramacks - Ou Pas Bon (06:12)
20. Vikings Guadeloupe - Contestation (08:18)
21. Gertrude Senin - Entre Surinam et Bresil (03:59)
22. Kapital - Gwo Pwel (04:55)
23. Carnaval Band - Alibwabwa (feat. Freem) (04:19)
24. Kaysha - Funky Electro Kompa (feat. Abege & Elizio) (04:52)
25. Carnaval Band - Miao (feat. Marce) (05:41)
26. Phantoms - Vagabon (08:14)
27. Plastic System Band - Brinzing (06:18)
28. Trio Bad - Rhum (04:12)
29. Shango - Slide and Dance (04:14)
30. Julie Mourillon - Ce Cadence Nou Ka Joue (04:46)
31. Pier' Rosier - Carement News (05:02)
32. Kassav' - Eva (04:26)
33. Georges Decimus - Chire (06:13)
34. Jean-Philippe Marthely - Ce Pa On Rev' (04:40)
35. Martheloi - Ziguidaw (05:03)
36. Georges Decimus - Carnaval Pei (04:12)
37. Zouk All Stars - Se Pou Nou (04:49)
38. Sartana S.L. - Mecage Douvan Komansse Touche (08:54)
39. Pier' Rosier & Gazolinn' - Ancow (05:35)
40. Zouk All Stars - Il Est Bon Davoir Des Amis (08:02)
41. Gwedi - Koulot (04:26)
42. Zouk All Stars - Isido (04:14)
43. Jean-Luc Alger & Dominique Gengoul - Tan Pou Kon Pran (04:34)
44. Jocelyne Berouard - Siwo (04:29)
45. Dominique Gengoul & Jean-Michel Jean-Louis - Mi Manmzel (05:48)
46. Kaysha - Bounce Baby (feat. Jacob Desvarieux) (04:04)
47. Patrick St Eloi - West Indies (05:45)
48. Lea Galva - La Vie Pe Bel (04:40)
49. Alberic Louison - Pardonnez Moi (04:20)
50. Zion - Zouk Love Time (07:40)
51. 5Klan - Sexual Healing (04:48)
52. Mika Mendes - Dimensao (04:00)
53. Loony Johnson - So Na Natal (05:35)
54. Soumia - Plus Jamais (03:59)
55. Tony Chasseur - Epiw (04:11)
56. Gilson - So Mi Cu Bo (04:16)
57. Valerie Louri - Bay Lanmen (04:14)
58. Jean-Luc Guanel - Lass Chechew (04:37)
59. 2Dem - Oh Baby Gyal (Shadas Carnival Mix) (04:00)
60. Elizio - Tu Noubliera Pas (feat. Priscillia) (03:26)
61. Abege - Tcham Bai (feat. Marysa) (02:31)


In the past couple of years, Zouk has nudged out salsa as the most popular dance class in the pubs and clubs of Europe and North America. Why? Because salsa may be fun and fit, but Zouk is sensual and up-close; and we all need some sensuality in our lives!

But theres a lot more to Zouk than just close-dancing at 88 rpm! Zouks roots can be found in the nineteenth century courtly dances that the Europeans (especially the French) brought to the Caribbean (more specifically, to Martinique, Guadeloupe, Dominica and Haiti).

Inspired by the New Orleans and Paris jazz of the 20s, as well as by vintage Cuban music, the French Caribbean saw a sophisticated jazz, rhumba and beguine scene growing in cities such as Point A Pitre and Fort De France. In time, and via many highways and by-ways, this led to the classic electro Zouk sound of the 80s in the dance clubs of Paris and the French Antilles, masterminded by supergroup Kassav and others.

Meanwhile in the slave-worked sugar plantations, a much more African-inspired sound was taking root: drum ensembles Gwo Ka in Guadeloupe, Bele in Martinique would play during religious holidays, at night after work and in the negmawon (black maroon) hill-settlements, much to the horror of the slave-owning community, who associated drums with subversion and revolution.

Over time, these two very different strands influenced each other in countless ways, taking in echoes of rock, disco, soul, salsa, reggae, calypso, jazz, R&B, electro, House and hip hop along the way.

And so, for the first time ever in one single compilation, heres the full Story Of Zouk. What does zouk mean? The term is simply a creole catch-all for party. So, heres your Zouk Party - all present and correct!



VA - Simply Zouk - Party Beats & Tropical Rhythms (2014)

VA - Simply Zouk - Party Beats & Tropical Rhythms (2014)
VA - Simply Zouk - Party Beats & Tropical Rhythms (2014)
VA - Simply Zouk - Party Beats & Tropical Rhythms (2014)
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