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Bombino — Iyat Ninhay
Album: Azel
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7

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Total ratings: 2618









Released: 2016
Length: 3:40
Plays (last 30 days): 3
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 bahalana wrote:



Colonialism is not the cause of conflicts, they exist between humans regardless, pre-colonial, pre-Colombian, take your pick, there's always been war between different tribes, over resources... or for whatever reason. Using colonialism as a cause is just a justification to hate modern Western society. I'm not seeing the difference. I agree that many boundaries are purely political, look at the history of Europe! But as long as there are humans, there will be conflict and war. Get used to it. And keep politics out of RP.


Absolutely correct. Tribal conflicts are, and always have been, endemic in Africa. Its very useful to sacpegoat "The white man" to avoid culpability.
Really love the guitar tone on this one.

Great driving music - except the one that speeds up towards the end, gotta watch out with that one 
great - love it  - 
Iยดve heard this song a LOT on RP, which is still OK, since itยดs a cool one, but recently I heard ANOTHER from Bombino, which was also really cool, and different.  How about some more Bombino variety, Billiam? 
Bombino after The Bomb
Quickly recognized the roaring Saharan guitar work that Bombino treats us today. He truly rocks!

I'm really excited to see him playing live this Friday in Haarlem. Thank you for introducing me to this incredible artist, RP!
 DunstanBurke wrote:

Hendrix of the Sahara




I Agree!!
 a0961730037 wrote:
nice music!!! Putin hyilo!!! Glory to Ukraine, USA, Great Britain ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ฆโœŒ๏ธ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ


This song summons many emotions. Nationalism is not one of them.
nice music!!! Putin hyilo!!! Glory to Ukraine, USA, Great Britain ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ฆโœŒ๏ธ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ
Lyric translation anyone?
Love the segue from Kashmir to this...

LLRP - and empty offices
 wifesboyfriend wrote:


Amazing track. And while colonialism explains some conflicts, the lack of colonialism explains others. Europeans have no monopoly on moral culpability.



Wherever whitey goes trouble follows .
 bahalana wrote:



Colonialism is not the cause of conflicts, they exist between humans regardless, pre-colonial, pre-Colombian, take your pick, there's always been war between different tribes, over resources... or for whatever reason. Using colonialism as a cause is just a justification to hate modern Western society. I'm not seeing the difference. I agree that many boundaries are purely political, look at the history of Europe! But as long as there are humans, there will be conflict and war. Get used to it. And keep politics out of RP.



You don't see the difference; As long as you're on the side of those who have the nukes. On the other side people develop a third eye.
 bahalana wrote:



Colonialism is not the cause of conflicts, they exist between humans regardless, pre-colonial, pre-Colombian, take your pick, there's always been war between different tribes, over resources... or for whatever reason. Using colonialism as a cause is just a justification to hate modern Western society. I'm not seeing the difference. I agree that many boundaries are purely political, look at the history of Europe! But as long as there are humans, there will be conflict and war. Get used to it. And keep politics out of RP.


Quite a bit of irony in your last sentence.  Where in your post do you mention the song?
 ambrebalte wrote:

Following Bill's comment: it's true that boundaries"don't matter so much up there"
These boundaries, drawned by colonialism regardless of ethicity and the lands own history. Which explains some of the many conflicts in some of these artificial countries.

Beautiful track.




Colonialism is not the cause of conflicts, they exist between humans regardless, pre-colonial, pre-Colombian, take your pick, there's always been war between different tribes, over resources... or for whatever reason. Using colonialism as a cause is just a justification to hate modern Western society. I'm not seeing the difference. I agree that many boundaries are purely political, look at the history of Europe! But as long as there are humans, there will be conflict and war. Get used to it. And keep politics out of RP.
 ambrebalte wrote:

Following Bill's comment: it's true that boundaries"don't matter so much up there"
These boundaries, drawned by colonialism regardless of ethicity and the lands own history. Which explains some of the many conflicts in some of these artificial countries.

Beautiful track.



Amazing track. And while colonialism explains some conflicts, the lack of colonialism explains others. Europeans have no monopoly on moral culpability.
I always enjoy this when I am in the mood for itโ€ฆ I am right now!
 Retail2013 wrote:

Wat een verschrikkelijke slechte stem.




I honestly cannot stand this guy's voice, but I wouldn't call it bad... its just not my thing. It would be like calling Limburger "verschrikkelijke slechte kaas". You might not like it, but that shit still sells and there are some people out there who love it.

Also that guitar work is pretty lush.
Hendrix of the Sahara
 majiq0 wrote:
hendrix  meets marley somewhere in africa
 
with handclaps! 

One of the best discoveries (among many) from RP for me. Love his guitar work/sound. 
 ambrebalte wrote:
Which explains some of the many conflicts in some of these artificial countries.
 

such as the USA?

:-)
Have become a Bombino fan thanks to RP!
Thanks for the tip... Amazon purchase link very useful!
We saw Bombino at the Forecastle Festival in 2013 and he put on a most excellent show. If you get a chance to see him live, go for it.
 Retail2013 wrote:
Wat een verschrikkelijke slechte stem.
 
And I find his voice to be pretty good, and fits the style of his music well...I guess we all have our own definition of 'terrible voice' which is good...LLRP!!
hendrix  meets marley somewhere in africa
A little nod to Jimmy Page (Whole Lotta Love), โ€“listen to the last few notes of intro guitar riff.
This really grows on you the longer you listen to it. In my case it started as 2 or 4? Now I rate it 7.
8 to 9 today, I dig this stuff so much, might be why RP found me so many years ago....Long Live RP!!
 wtango wrote:
I have really enjoyed hearing this artist, not sure where or if i'd ever be exposed to him if not for RP.
Thanks AGAIN for discovering me to great "new" stuff, RP!
 
I so agree between RP and WFMU my musical tastes have expanded. Triple j from Australia is great too
Please play some Stones. I'm up all night working on a design  project...i have to be up to present it early on Thursday morning and i'm running out of time...just play some glimmer twins? Thanks in advance...Andy. You told me a long time ago it doesn't work that way, but than you did play them. Just one Stones song...any one would do it! Just one...
I have really enjoyed hearing this artist, not sure where or if i'd ever be exposed to him if not for RP.
Thanks AGAIN for discovering me to great "new" stuff, RP!
His work is so distinctive. "The Sultan of Shred" indeed! 
 nagsheadlocal wrote:
Wow, he's Tuareg - my partner lived with the Tuareg for two years to write a book on their quest to control their own lands. I'll turn her on to this tonight. She'll be stoked.
 
What is the name of her book? Would like to check it out. 
Wow, he's Tuareg - my partner lived with the Tuareg for two years to write a book on their quest to control their own lands. I'll turn her on to this tonight. She'll be stoked.
 coloradojohn wrote:
I've always dug this; it's great. I realize that it reminds me of and leaves me wanting to hear "DOWN THERE AT THE PAWN SHOP..."

 
OMG!!!  Not only would some Sublime on RP be, well, sublime, I totally get the Pawn Shop sound now that I see your comment.  Good ears on you, CoJo!!  Long Live RP!!

Image result for Cumbancha bombino
Arrived here after just listening to The Delgres.  Made for a pleasing segue.
I've always dug this; it's great. I realize that it reminds me of and leaves me wanting to hear "DOWN THERE AT THE PAWN SHOP..."
Following Bill's comment: it's true that boundaries"don't matter so much up there"
These boundaries, drawned by colonialism regardless of ethicity and the lands own history. Which explains some of the many conflicts in some of these artificial countries.

Beautiful track.
Heard Bombino here three nights in a row. Different songs, but still the same artist. Guess I am listening to RP too much. 
Wat een verschrikkelijke slechte stem.
It's good, but it's not 9 times a month good.
 Phred91 wrote:
Reminds me of Tinariwen {#Yes}

 
yeah

good stuff

{#Music}
Reminds me of Tinariwen {#Yes}
Fun song to boogie to!
 laup wrote:
like the guitar build up start

 
and the fade out is nice too,
I'd like to hear the whole thing again 
Sounds like these guys are maturing a bit over their last album.  
like the guitar build up start