evanepatton wrote:How can I get a copy of L'art de Djembe? There don't seem to be any around even in my usual used and rare music purveyors.
Djembe-nerd wrote:My collection is approaching 50 now, and many of you will have many more. So lets see what the collection really should be and what are the top 5 djembe masters and their best one
I'm in Portland and Rhthym Traders is my new weekend hangout. I've been there every Saturday and Sunday for the past month for lessons with Clifford Kouffman and Caton, usually dropping signifant coin on CDs, DVDs, and Books feeding my new-found hunger for djembe stuff. I bought the Soungalo live CD there, but the D'Art CD is out of print and they don't have a copy.
Any other suggestions? I've tried Everyday Music, Ebay, Amazon, Librio, and Google with no success. I've found a few foreign sites that offer MP3 downloads, but I'm a bit wary of them.
By the way my top 4 favorites at the moment are Mamady's Afo, Soungaly's Live album, Adama Drame' Percussions Mandigues, and Yoruba Drums from Benin, West Africa.
Thanks for the tip. I'm new to drumming and the djembe, so I'm drinking from a firehose at this point. (And having a ball!)
Is Derrell the guy in Portland that has the TTM certificate?
evanepatton wrote:Any other suggestions? I've tried Everyday Music, Ebay, Amazon, Librio, and Google with no success. I've found a few foreign sites that offer MP3 downloads, but I'm a bit wary of them.
Dugafola wrote:Mansa Camio et Sofoli - An bada Sofoli. the dunun playing on this album is what kills it for me. traditional roots dununba playing from heart of dununba country. this recording probably has the most depth for dununba rhythms than any other out there.
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