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Synchro System Import

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Page Artiste King Sunny Adé

Détails sur le produit

  • CD (11 juin 1992)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B000003QI5
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Album vinyle
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Synchro Feelings-Ilako
  2. Mo Ti Mo
  3. Penkele
  4. Maajo
  5. Instrumental
  6. Synchro System
  7. E Saiye Re
  8. Tolongo
  9. E Wele
  10. Synchro Reprise

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Par Un client le 5 février 2001
Format: CD
Cet album qu'on m'avait à l'époque donné sous forme de cassette, a été ma première grande émotion sous les rythmes africains. Les sons et rythmes les plus pûrs et les plus achevés que j'ai entendu il y a plus de 10 ans est sur ce disque, et bien peu depuis l'ont concurrencé.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A too slick to make my top ten 11 octobre 2000
Par Eric Pfeiffer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I really like this record, but it's not one that I recommend unless you already have a good Juju ear. After his "Juju Music" record, record company folks thought that if he just cleaned it up a little, cut some of the longer jams, he could be the new Bob Marley. What came out of that was a string of lesser albums, like this one. However, I like the use of synth, which is pretty uncommon on Nigerian Juju records. I know, it makes it less pure, but it's used well. The songs are a little too tight, and there isn't the sound of joy like on so many other of King Sunny's or Chief Commander Ebenezer Obe's best work. So, don't jump on this record unless either a) you've got a good Juju collection and want to hear King Sunny's attempt at westernizing, or b)you didn't like other Juju records because they seem to loose to you.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Percussive paradise 25 avril 2004
Par Peter Uys - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
On this excellent album, no less than 22 musicians assist the Nigerian superstar. Percussion plays a central role in juju music and here, the vast array of instruments include talking drums, agogo, shekere, motimo, maracas, guitars, keyboards and congos.
The album opens with Synchro Feelings, a mellow piece with a skittering beat and layered choruses and is followed by Mo Ti Mo which has impressive instrumental and tempo variation. The tuneful Maajo is one of my favorites because of its strong melody and the lovely call and response vocals.
The title track Synchro System is a lengthy number with soulful lead vocals whilst E Saiye Re has an insistent dance rhythm and delicious infusions of Hawaiian guitar. This guitar is even more pronounced on Tolongo, a simple but catchy song and on the spacey E Wele that is also embellished with impressive keyboards. The album concludes with Synchro Reprise, a type of dub version of the title track that is also perfect for the dancefloor.
With its delicate percussive textures, engaging vocals and the skilful playing of the musicians, the album creates a tapestry of joyful moods. Perhaps not as immediate as his masterpiece Juju Music, this is also a great album that will reward the listener with repeated plays.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 ......F*n Cool...... 14 mars 2007
Par C. Woltman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Well King Sunny Ade is definately one smooth bad bruv. Synchro Systems was a shock to me when I first heard the title track on the local community radio station. So I jumped on the internet and tried to order but at that time all that was available was "Ju Ju Music"(which is good in its own respect). So I ordered that first. Its a similar sound but not as much of the electonic effects on the keyboards/samplers or whatever they had going that gave it a signature little extra touch, that to me sets it apart from other afro pop stuff I've run across here and there. King Sunny Ade's singing is like someone very chilled out just telling a story or having a easy conversation w/the music & chorus singers. And it is so layered that you can put it on if your in a light mood or if you want something pounding. The grooves somehow sound very contemporary, and the fact that it was made in 1983 means it is timeless and therefore a classic masterpiece in my opinion. I highly recomend this to anyone and everybody, especially fans of African music like Congtronics or Eithiopics and fans of 80's era rock like the Talking Heads or the Selector. I cant wait to get into more music by this artist if it is of this quality.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Seenchro Seetem! 7 décembre 2010
Par David B. Jones - Publié sur Amazon.com
A friend of mine went to Africa on vacation in '91 and came back with a cassette tape of this. He gave it to me, and since that day my life has always been the same.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A desert Island Classic 31 janvier 2014
Par K. Aaron - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Got to have it. Period. King Sunny lights up the room anytime it is played. I saw the live version of this album, and the band was 17 pieces of pure Human syncronicity..!!
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