The Touré Kunda Discography :: Daby Touré :: Studio & Live Albums

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The Touré Kunda Discography

Daby Touré :: Studio & Live Albums

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Daby Touré: Amonafi (9/18/2015)



CD / Cumbancha / CMB-CD-35 / US (Promo, cardboard sleeve)
CD / Cumbancha / CMB-CD-35 / US (Trifold cardboard sleeve)
CD / Rice / CBR-690 / Japan (9/20/2015) (Trifold cardboard sleeve with obi)

Description: Fourth solo album. Produced by Daby Touré. All songs written by Daby Touré with others including Oumar Kalidou Diop (lyrics on "Woyoyoye", "Amonafi", "Debho", "Ndema"), Guilla Thiam (lyrics on "Emma", "Soninko"), Hamidou Touré and Bacary Waiga (music and lyrics on "Khone"). The CD insert includes lyrics.

Musicians: Daby Touré (guitars, vocals, percussion, drums, bass, keyboards), Cyrille Dufay (keyboards on "Soninko"), Sylvain Gontard (trumpet), Benjamin Petit (sax), Philippe Georges (trombone).

Tracks:
  • Woyoyoye
  • Amonafi
  • Kiba
  • Oma
  • Emma
  • Little Song
  • If You
  • Khone
  • Kille
  • Debho
  • Mina
  • Soninko
  • Ndema
Release notes:
- The Japan CD release consists of Cumbancha CMB-CD-35 with an obi and a printed insert in Japanese.

Link:
Cumbancha - Daby Touré (label website)


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Daby Touré: Lang(u)age (6/11/2012)



CD / Polydor / 279 979 6 / France
CD / Polydor / 370 625 4 / France (Exclusive for retailer FNAC, with bonus track)
CD / Polydor / 279 979 7 / France (Promo, in 20cm x 20cm folder)

Description: Third solo album. Produced by Daby Touré and Russell Elevado. All songs written by Daby Touré with others, notably "Chez Les Autres" with Maxime Le Forestier and "This Is The Time" with Skip McDonald and Oxmo Puccino. The bonus track "Sand" (CD release Polydor 370 625 4) is a re-recording of the earlier songs "Dionguanu" and "Past Time" by Daby Touré and Skip McDonald.

Musicians: Daby Touré (vocals, guitars, bass, percussion, clavier nord lead, harp, piano, cigar dobro, xylophone, mandolin, hand trumpet), Louis Cato (drums), Skip McDonald (guitars, vocals), Pino Palladino (bass), Chris Dave (drums), Salomé LeClerc (guitar), Tuomo Prattala (arrangement), Cyrille Dufay (arrangement), Lili Ster (arrangement), Mike Riddleberger (drums), Jean Baptiste Nallet (sitar), Paco Sery (drums, percussion), Aurelie De Chaivron (vocals), Hamidou Seta Touré (vocals).

Tracks:
  • Chez Les Autres
  • Angel
  • Mariko
  • Pas Si Eloigné Que Ça
  • This Is The Time
  • Du Haut De Nos Différences
  • Yewendé
  • Mon Lang(u)age
  • Un Dernier Rêve
  • Bilady
  • Toutes Les Îles
  • Papillon
  • Sand (Polydor 370 625 4 only)


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Daby Touré & Skip McDonald: Call My Name (3/9/2009)



CD / Real World / CDRW164 / UK
CD / Real World / CDRW164 / UK (Promo CD-R, no case)
CD / Rice / PPR-221 / Japan (3/8/2009) (Digipak with obi)

Description: Collaboration mini-album with Real World labelmate Skip McDonald. Produced by Daby Touré and Skip McDonald. Songs written by Daby Touré ("Past Time", "Lost Voices", "Riddem"), Daby Touré and B Alexander ("Will You Call My Name?"), and B Alexander ("Sinners", "Time Has Come"). All tracks are re-recorded versions of the B&W Music Club songs on In Session. Tracks "Dionguanu" and "Almudo" from In Session appear here as "Past Time" and "Lost Voices", respectively.

Musicians: Daby Touré (guitars, vocals, bass, drums), Skip McDonald (guitars, vocals, bass), Keith LeBlanc (drums).

Tracks:
  • Past Time
  • Sinners
  • Lost Voices
  • Will You Call My Name?
  • Time Has Come
  • Riddem
Release notes:
- The Japan CD release consists of Real World CDRW164 with an obi and a printed insert in Japanese.


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Daby Touré & Skip McDonald: In Session (12/2008)



Digital / B&W Music Club/Real World / UK

Description: Collaboration album with Real World labelmate Skip McDonald by arrangement through B&W Music Club. The material was only available through B&W Music Club's Web site, in FLAC or AAC (Apple Lossless) formats, for a limited period from December 2008 through January 21, 2009. All songs written by Daby Touré and Skip McDonald except "Peace And Love" by Skip McDonald and Bim Sherman.

Musicians: Daby Touré (guitars, vocals, bass), Skip McDonald (guitars, vocals, bass), Keith LeBlanc (drums).

Tracks:
  • Dionguanu
  • Time Has Come
  • Light Of My Soul
  • Peace And Love
  • Will You Call My Name?
  • Sinners
  • Almudo
  • Outside
  • Bicono
  • Riddem
Link:
B&W Music Club


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Daby Touré: Stereo Spirit (2/12/2007)



CD / Real World / UK (Promo CD-R)
CD / Real World / CDRW142 / UK
CD / Real World / CDRW146 / UK
CD / Real World / USCDRW146 / US (4/22/2008) (Digipak, with bonus track)

Description: Second solo album. Produced by Daby Touré. All songs written by Daby Touré except "Wasso" and "Am" by Yaya Touré and Daby Touré and "All Is Full Of Love" by Bjork Gudmundsdottir. Bjork's original version of "All Is Full Of Love" is from her album Homogenic (1997).

Musicians: Daby Touré (vocals, guitars, bass, drums, percussion, nord lead, hand blowing), Lili (backing vocals), Boboson (background vocals), Cyril Atèf (drum track on "All Is Full Of Love").

Tracks:
  • Kebaluso
  • Baye
  • Setal
  • Kiyé
  • We Don't Need
  • Bibou
  • Banta
  • Yafodé
  • My Life
  • Yakaare
  • Am
  • Wasso
  • All Is Full Of Love (2008 US re-release only)
Release notes:
- CDRW142 was intended for France and other Europe markets, while CDRW146 was intended for the UK and North America markets. The packaging for CDRW146 features different photos and a brief description for each song.



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Touré Touré: Touré Touré (7/28/2006)



CD / Vox Terrae / VT 0147 / France

Description: Compilation of previously unreleased studio recordings from 1998 and 2001, and two tracks from Laddé. Produced by David Godevais. All songs written by Daby Touré except "Cumba", "African Woman", and "Léminé" by Daby Touré / Omar Touré, and the traditional "Sayima" and "N'Doly". Daby Touré later recorded his own version of "Wolumala", which was released on the film soundtrack CD for Ze Film and as a free Internet download MP3 file.

Musicians: Daby Touré (vocals, acoustic guitar, percussion, bass, programming), Omar Touré (vocals, percussion), Moktar Samba (drums), Stéphane Huchard (drums), Michel Alibo (bass), Christian Maturin (fretless bass), Loy Erlich (keyboards), Jean-Pierre Como (keyboards), Olivier Louvel (electric guitar), Benjamin Petit (soprano saxophone).

Tracks:
  • Wolumala (a)
  • Africa Su Nu Mame (a)
  • Cumba (b)
  • Sèt Na (a)
  • African Woman (from Laddé) (b)
  • Yakharé (a)
  • Sayima (a)
  • Yugo (b)
  • Sunké (a)
  • Léminé (from Laddé) (b)
  • N'Doly (a)
  • Alla Siré (a)
Track notes:
(a) Recorded during summer 2001.
(b) Recorded during 1998 sessions for Laddé.



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Daby Touré: Diam (7/12/2004)



CD / Real World / CDRW121 / UK (Promo)
CD / Real World / CDRW121 / UK
CD / Real World / 7243 4734 882 2 / France (Promo)
CD / Real World / 70876 18800 2 1 / US (Promo)
CD / Real World / 7243 579753 2 2 / US (8/24/2004)
CD / Real World / CDRWX121 / UK (1/25/2005) (With bonus tracks)
CD / Real World / CDRWG121 / UK (11/12/2012)
CD / Sambinha / PPSI-1728 / Japan (12/2/2012) (Bifold cardboard sleeve with obi)

Description: Debut solo album. Produced by Cyrille Dufay and Daby Touré. All songs written by Daby Touré. The 2005 re-release includes two bonus tracks and the video for "Dendecuba".

Musicians: Daby Touré (vocals, guitars, bass, wooden percussion, metallic percussion, low derbouka, shaker, hand claps, djembé, cajon, bongo, melodica), Cyrille Dufay (keyboards), Stéphane Edouard (shaker, bongo, derbouka, Indian rhythmic voice, triangle, percussion), Jean-Baptiste Nallet (electric guitar, Indian sitar), Vincent Ségal (electric cello), Cyril Atef (cymbal, charleston, rimshot), Lili (background vocals).

Tracks:
  • Iris
  • Mi Wawa
  • Dendecuba
  • Yaw
  • Kelimanta
  • Mi Malama
  • Mansa
  • Hammadi
  • Hassina
  • Wadiur
  • Bary
  • I Dagua
  • Fabe
  • Diam (2005 re-release only)
  • Leminakhu (2005 re-release only)
  • Dendecuba video (2005 re-release only)
Release notes:
- The Japan CD release consists of Real World CDRWG121 with an obi.


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Touré Touré: Laddé (3/1999)



CD / Pygmalion / 188602 / France (Digipak)
CD / Tinder / 42857292 / US (2/8/2000)

Description: Studio album. First full album by the two Touré sons Omar and Daby. Produced by David Godevais. All songs written by Omar and Daby Touré, except "Sanio" by Omar, Daby and Amadu Touré.

Musicians: Daby Touré (lead vocals, guitars, sabar, buguerub, other percussion, bass, programming, arrangements), Omar Touré (lead vocals, sabar, buguerub, other percussion, arrangements), Paco Sery (drums), Michel Alibo (bass), David Godevais (arrangements), Djeli Mussa Conde (kora), Alain Debiossat (saxophones), Christian Mathurin (bass, arrangements), Benoit de Mesmay (arrangements), Stephane Huchard (drums), Olivier Louvel (guitars, arrangements), Benjamin Petit (soprano saxophone), Karim Ziad (drums), Laurent Dastellvi (programming, arrangements), Himiko Paganotti (background vocals), Jean Pierre Como (Rhodes), Pascal Dalmaso (guitar Parker, arrangements), Louis Winsberg (guitar, bouzouki), Stephane Tassi (arrangements).

Tracks:
  • Yorro
  • Laddé
  • Seydu
  • African Woman
  • Lemmé
  • Almudo
  • Sanio
  • Bané
  • Casamance
  • N'Gummoden
  • Nénéh
  • Léminé


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