Interview with M’Bemba Bangoura

While at the Won Na Won Malan conference in Chicago, Illinois, Paddy caught up with M’bemba Bangoura. Won Na Won Malan was hosted by Moustapha Bangoura, and there were many great drummers and dancers around.

M’Bembe gives us a better idea of who he is, his drumming background, experience and his drumming influences.

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James

James, loves most music and have been studying djembe for at least 8 years. He currently plays with Sesse Percussion in Berlin, when he's not working on djembefola.com.

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  • http://None Josh

    Merci Maitre…. for the course you gave here in Mexico a few months ago…. thanks for your time, patience and joyfulness for the Mexican Drumming Team.

    Merci

    Josh

  • http://djembeweb.eu Andy

    Thanx for the interview Paddy, and for the subtitles, for the wind made it a real mess. I always liked M´Bembas playing, although never had opportunity to meet him..

  • http://www.senkola.org/ guedom

    Thanks for the video and the subtitles

    Here another interview in french

    http://www.radio-kankan.com/Sambaly-Diabate.112.0.html

  • ilyajanos

    what a living treasure! if you ever get the chance to study dance or drumming with m’bemba or to go to guinea with his tour, you should. he is a great teacher with a rare understanding of the music, tons of experience, and a very cool person. a true master! thanks paddy…