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Youssou N'Dour - (Music From The Motion Picture) I Bring What I Love FLAC
Youssou N'Dour
(Music From The Motion Picture) I Bring What I Love
FLAC size:
2380 mb
MP3 size:
2795 mb
WMA size:
1217 mb


1New Africa
2Immigrés (Bitim Rew)
3Lima Weesu (As In A Mirror)
7Yaakaar (Hope)
8Yonnent (The Messenger)
9Mame Bamba / Touba Daru Salaam
10Xel (Think) / Plus Fort
11I Bring What I Love


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
7559798021Youssou N'Dour (Music From The Motion Picture) I Bring What I Love ‎(CD, Comp)Nonesuch7559798021Brazil2010
522814-2Youssou N'Dour (Music From The Motion Picture) I Bring What I Love ‎(CD, Comp)Nonesuch522814-2US2010


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Album 2010 11 Songs. The documentary Youssou NDour: I Bring What I Love sketches out the African pop stars biography and follows him as he works on Egypt, a release that stirred up controversy in the Islamic world. On ImmigrésBitim Rew, the singer lets loose as horns stab the air and Assane Thiam works wonders on tama, or talking drum. The Messenger, which has room for traditional instruments like balaphone and kora as well as modern keyboards, features guest Mustapha Mbaye's intense vocals. In 2005, Youssou NDour won the Grammy for Best World Music Recording for his 2004 album Egypt the irony of the award must have shaken him to some degree. The album -a collaboration with Egyptian composer Fathy Salama - received raves worldwide almost from its release date for its unique and soulful celebration of major figures in Sufi Islam. I Bring What I Love is the soundtrack from the motion picture of the same name. Directed by Elizabeth Chai Vasarhely, who was witness to the events surrounding N'Dour on Egypt's world tour, it documents his life during this period, but also tells his story as a man, artist, and humanitarian. Youssou N'Dour. The Album. Kool & The Gang. 2014 сингл From The Virunga Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. 2005 Contempory Music of a Continent. Le Best Of. Alliance Ethnik. Youssou N'Dour - I Bring What I Love. Archives Musicales et Théâtrales du Sénégal. Senegalese pop sensation Youssou Ndour has spent the last 20 years in the spotlight as a world-renowned musician and the iconic representative voice of Africa. Title: Youssou Ndour: I Bring What I Love 2008. The album's brave musical message was wholeheartedly embraced by Western audiences but ignited serious religious controversy in his homeland of Senegal. The film chronicles the difficult journey Youssou must undertake to assume his true calling. Written by Anonymous. I Bring What I Love, 04:24. ImmigrésBitim Rew, 06:00. Birima, 05:56. The Messenger Recording, 05:39. HopeYaakaar, 04:03. As In a Mirror Li Ma Weesu, 04:41. New Africa, 03:08. I Bring What I Love Music From the Motion Picture. Youssou NDour. Released January 26, 2010. I Bring What I Love Music From the Motion Picture Tracklist. Birima Lyrics. More Youssou NDour albums. From Senegal to the World: 80s Classics & Rarities. N'dour's 2004 album Egypt confirmed the Senegalese star as one of Africa's great cultural ambassadors but brought him condemnation for blasphemy at home. The turbulence in N'Dour's career was documented by film-maker Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi in I Bring What I Love. This soundtrack is a fine introduction to N'Dour's music. The pulsing Immigrés revisits early triumphs, while the new Yonnent captures the soaring intensity of N'Dour's singing. He's best served by acoustic and orchestral backings but even the odd cheesy synt. I recommend the soundtrack I Bring What I Love to anyone wishing to get the most for their money and enhance one's appreciation of world cultures and excellent music. Senegal a West African nation is truly blessed to have an ambassador as legendary as Youssou N'Dour to represent its gifts of spirituality and music to the world. Sincerely, Shadeed R. Ahmad 4-25-10. Read more. There are a couple of great tracks from the 'Egypt' album with full Arabic string orchestra. The recording is really detailed and you can listen right in to the different strings of the orchestra and kora, counter balanced by the trilling flute. Other Albums by Youssou N'Dour. Africa Rekk Réédition. Seeni Valeurs. Africa Rekk