Ali Farka Toure
Source = 180g vinyl 2LP= remaster

  2 x LP   180grs   33⅓rpm   

( 1992 ) 2017 EU remaster on 180g vinyl 2LP= Landmark 1992 album from the Malian master dubbed 'Father of Desert Blues', features TaJ Mahal.

Label:  World Circuit 
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Release date: 05-09-2019 (originally released in 1992)

2019 EU repressing on 180g vinyl 2LP = 2017 EU repressing on 180g vinyl 2LP= Landmark 1992 album from the Malian master dubbed 'Father of Desert Blues', features TaJ Mahal.

Tracks:
LP1:
A1 Goye Kur 6:24
A2 Inchana Massina 5:13
A3 Roucky 8:18
B1 Dofana 7:31
B2 Karaw 4:56
LP2:
C1 Hawa Dolo 5:47
C2 Cinquante Six 5:31
C3 I Go Ka 3:59
D1 Yenna 5:54
D2 Mahini Me 5:24
D3 Takamba (previously unreleased) 4:57

The third international release by the legendary Malian singer and guitarist is many fan’s favourite. ‘The Source’ established Ali Farka Touré on the international stage and paved the way for his legendary collaboration with Ry Cooder on the GRAMMY award winning album ‘Talking Timbuktu’.
Available for the first time on vinyl, the album has been re-mixed from the original master tapes and includes a previously unreleased track from the same sessions. The album is presented in a gatefold sleeve containing double 180g vinyl and large format 28 page booklet with lyrics.
‘The Source’ features Farka Touré’s first recordings with his home town band Group Asco, with vocalist Afel Bocoum and percussionists Hamma Sankare (calabash)
and Oumar Touré (congas). Touré’s trademark acoustic and electric guitar (as well his njarka violin) playing are highlighted on some of his best loved and most sophisticated compositions.
The father of the desert blues unleashes a set of driving small group performances, intimate love songs, mesmerising guitar solos and two unique duets with the great American bluesman Taj Mahal.

Discs: 2
Drager(LP,EP,12,7,CD): LP
Qual(120grs,150grs,180grs): 180grs
Speed(33,45): 33
Label: World Circuit
Originally released: 1992
This release: 2012
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