Burkina Electric: Paspanga

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Burkina Electric: Paspanga



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31st Jan 2011




66 minutes


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Burkina Electric: Paspanga

Lukas Ligeti, Maï Lingani , Wende K. Blass, Kurt Dahlke

1) Gom Zanga

2) Sankar Yaaré

3) Naab Koobo

4) Mdolé

5) Ligdi

6) La voix du Boulgou

7) Bobo Yengué

8) To Mi To Zi

9) Saaga

10) Nongui Taaba

11) Bana

12) Ca va chauffer

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Lukas Ligeti is the son of famed composer, György Ligeti and has been profiled in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and the Village Voice.

Band member Kurt ‘Pyrolator’ Dahlke is a prominent electronic musician and producer is his native Germany.

Full US press campaign was done by Blake Zidell & Associates, publicist for Charlotte Gainbourg, Manu Chao, Femi Kuti & The Kitchen.

Burkina Electric was a featured performer in Brooklyn Academy of Music’s 2009 Next Wave Festival.

“Hot, intelligent and musical” Steve Reich

“…irresistible brew of West African music and electronica.” New York Times

Lukas Ligeti: Gom Zanga

Gom Zanga

Wende K. Blas: Sankar Yaare

Sankar Yaare

Traditional: Naab Koobo (arr. L. Ligeti)

Naab Koobo (arr. L. Ligeti)

Lukas Ligeti: Mdole


Pyrolator: Ligdi


Lukas Ligeti: La voix du Boulgou (after H.A. Bambara)

La voix du Boulgou (after H.A. Bambara)

Lukas Ligeti: Bobo Yengue

Bobo Yengue

Lukas Ligeti: To Mi To Zi

To Mi To Zi

Pyrolator: Saaga


Sylvain Dando Pare: Nongui Taaba (arr. M. Ligeti)

Nongui Taaba (arr. M. Ligeti)

Wende K. Blas: Bana


Pyrolator: Ca va chauffer

Ca va chauffer

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