The Touré Kunda Discography :: Daby Touré :: Guest Appearances

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The Touré Kunda Discography

Daby Touré :: Guest Appearances

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Barika: When The Time Comes (2/17/2017)



CD / US

Description: Studio album. Also available in digital formats. Includes Daby Touré as lyric writer and performing vocals on "Banni" and "Gotta Be Another Way".



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Au Delà Des Rêves CD (Promo)
Au Delà Des Rêves CD

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Préludes Des Rêves CD (Promo)

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"J'Espère Que Tu Danses"
CD Single (Promo)

Edi Casabella: Au Delà Des Rêves (2011)



CD / EMI / France (Promo) (2011)
"J'Espère Que Tu Danses" - CDS (Promo) & MP3 / EMI / France (12/5/2011)
Préludes Des Rêves - CD (Promo) & MP3 / EMI / France (1/19/2012)
MP3 / EMI / France (12/25/2012)
CD / EMI / 509999460610 2 / France (3/1/2013)

Description: Studio album, EP-length sampler, and single. Also available in digital formats. Only the CD release has all tracks. Daby Touré collaborated with Edi Casabella for this project and contributed to the songs "Au Delà Des Rêves" (electric guitar), "J'Espère Que Tu Danses" (co-writer, producer, guitar, drums, bass, percussion), "Ma Médecine" (co-writer, producer, guitar, drums, bass, percussion, vocals), "Un Jour D'Été" (guitar, drums, bass, percussion, arrangement), "J'Irai Cracher Sur Vos Tombes" (arrangement), "Débauche" (guitar, drums, bass, percussion, arrangement), "Héroïne" (guitar, drums, bass, percussion, arrangement), "Mademoiselle W" (guitar, drums, bass, percussion, arrangement), and "Le Dernier Géant" (guitar, drums, bass, arrangement).

Tracks - Au Delà Des Rêves (Promo CD):
  • Au Delà Des Rêves
  • J'Espère Que Tu Danses
  • Belle Éphémère
  • Crash
  • Débauche
  • Dégaine
  • Le Dernier Géant
  • Marabout De Ficelle
  • Puisque Le Soleil Meurt
Tracks - Préludes Des Rêves:
  • Au Delà Des Rêves
  • Dégaine
  • J'Espère Que Tu Danses
  • Puisque Le Soleil Meurt
Tracks - Au Delà Des Rêves (MP3):
  • J'Espère Que Tu Danses
  • Un Jour D'Été (from Là Où Les Vagues Se Tuent)
  • Belle Éphémère
  • Dégaine
  • Marabout De Ficelle
  • Crash
  • Alone (from Là Où Les Vagues Se Tuent)
  • Là Où Les Vagues Se Tuent (from Là Où Les Vagues Se Tuent)
  • Ecchymose (from Là Où Les Vagues Se Tuent)
  • J'Irai Cracher Sur Vos Tombes (from Là Où Les Vagues Se Tuent)
  • Funambule (from Là Où Les Vagues Se Tuent)
Tracks - Au Delà Des Rêves (CD):
  • Au Delà Des Rêves
  • J'Espère Que Tu Danses
  • Belle Éphémère
  • Crash
  • Ma Médecine
  • Un Jour D'Été (from Là Où Les Vagues Se Tuent)
  • J'Irai Cracher Sur Vos Tombes (from Là Où Les Vagues Se Tuent)
  • Débauche
  • Dégaine
  • Cocaïne Cowboy
  • Marabout De Ficelle
  • Héroïne
  • Inconsolable
  • Mademoiselle W
  • Le Dernier Géant
  • Puisque Le Soleil Meurt


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Edi Casabella: Là Où Les Vagues Se Tuent (11/29/2010)



CD / EMI / France (Promo)

Description: Studio EP-length album. Also available in digital formats. Includes Daby Touré as co-writer, arranger, and performing uncredited instruments on one or more tracks. The CD release of Au Delà Des Rêves provides credits for "J'Irai Cracher Sur Vos Tombes" (arrangement) and "Un Jour D'Été" (guitar, drums, bass, percussion, arrangement).

Tracks:
  • Alone
  • J'Irai Cracher Sur Vos Tombes
  • Ecchymose
  • Un Jour D'Été
  • Funambule
  • Là Où Les Vagues Se Tuent


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So Kalmery: Brakka System (1/22/2009)



CD / Pygmalion / WVF 479023 / France

Description: Studio album. Includes Daby Touré performing bass on "Calling".



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Diogal: Li Lan La (12/8/2008)



CD / Wasia / DS 03 / France

Description: Studio album. Includes Daby Touré performing cajon on "Naso".



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CD (Desh REF AM 087)

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CD (Desh 3136922)

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CD Single (Promo)

Insa Sané & Le Soul Slam Band: Du Plomb Dans Le Crâne (2/11/2008)



CD / Desh / REF AM 087 / France
CD / Desh / 3136922 / France (9/29/2008)
"Immigres" - CDS / Desh / France (Promo)

Description: Studio album. Includes Daby Touré performing vocals on "Immigrés", written by Insa Sané, Daby Touré, and Lamine (Mr Mo). The reissue (Desh 3136922) includes the video for "Immigrés", which includes Daby Touré.



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Lili: Bulle (10/26/2006)



CD / Melodie / MEL001 / France

Description: Studio album. Includes Daby Touré performing percussion on "Underwater" and "Tripping".



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Wise: Metrophone (10/10/2006)



CD / Such / NV810411 / France

Description: Studio album. Includes Daby Touré performing vocals on "Séré Part 1", written by Touré / Notte / Birot.



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Paul Pi: "Je Ne Fais Rien" (Live) (5/8/2006)



MP3 / WIP Recording / France

Description: Live performance of "Je Ne Fais Rien" with Daby Touré on May 8, 2006, at Le Réservoir (Paris, France). Released as free download on Paul Pi's Web site.



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Paul Pi: "Je Ne Fais Rien" / "E,2L,e" (5/1/2006)



CDS / WIP Recording / WIP001 / France

Description: Debut single studio recording. Includes Daby Touré performing guitar and percussion on "Je Ne Fais Rien".



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Peter Gabriel: Still Growing Up - Live & Unwrapped (11/22/2005)



DVD(2) / Real World / R2 970503 / US

Description: Live performance video. Includes Daby Touré for backing vocals and chants on "In Your Eyes". Stephane Edouard also performs percussion on the song. Daby Touré opened for Peter Gabriel throughout the "Still Growing Up 2004" tour, including this performance on July 21 at the Paleo Festival in Nyon, Switzerland.



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Souad Massi: Honeysuckle (Mesk Elil) (10/31/2005)



CD / Wrasse / WRASS 170 / UK

Description: Studio album. Includes Daby Touré for duet vocals on "I Won't Forget My Roots ("Manensa Asli"), which is a cover of his own song "Mi Wawa" (from Diam), and guitars on "Honeysuckle" ("Mesk Elil").



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Diogal: Liir (3/30/2004)



CD / Celluloid / 67054 2 / France (Distribution: DK 041)

Description: Studio album. Includes Daby Touré for guitar and background vocals on "Sore", "Li Djiek", "Rahin", "Manaco", and "Ndëup", and as co-writer for "Rahin".



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Serah: Late Harvest (5/30/2002)



CD / Great Northern Arts / 0820 61014 2 / US (Digipack)

Description: Studio album. Includes Daby and Omar Touré for background vocals on "Psalm Song", "Joined At The Wing", "Dolce", "Forgive The Moon", and "Breathing Desert Air".

Links:
Serah (artist website)


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Diogal: Samba Alla (1/22/2002)



CD / Celluloid / 67031 2 / France (Distribution: DK 128)

Description: Studio album. Includes Daby Touré on "Samba Alla" (guitar, djembe, background vocals), "Beugeuna" (percussion, background vocals), "Mama" (guitar, tama, background vocals), "Ya Fatoumata" (guitar), "Xarrit Taffa" (percussion, background vocals), "Gumbé" (percussion, background vocals), "La Paix" (guitar, background vocals).


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Paco Sery: Voyages (9/29/2000)



CD / Blue Note / 7243 5 21758 2 6 / France (Distribution: PM 125)

Description: Studio album. Includes Daby and Omar Touré for background vocals on "Salt Peanuts Jamo Jamo".


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Serah: Wing Of Mercy (1/12/2000)



CD / Great Northern Arts / 0820 61013 2 / US (Digipack)

Description: Studio album. Includes Daby and Omar Touré for background vocals, tracks not specified.

Links:
Serah (artist website)


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Séta Touré: Douna (2000)



CD / EMI/Audio Speed Music / 7243 5312262 1 / France (Promo, cardboard sleeve)
CD / EMI/Audio Speed Music / 7243 5312252 2 / France (Distribution: PM 806) (Digipack)

Description: Studio album. This is the second solo project by the Touré brother and former member of Touré Kunda. Produced by Jérôme Kerner, Patrice Courtois, and MB Rolland. All songs written by Hamidou Séta Touré with arrangements by others. Actual release date unknown but on or before 1/16/2001. Séta's son Daby Touré, of Touré Touré, performs acoustic guitar and backing vocals on "Yafomi", "Boundi", "Soma", "Dental", "Mandela", and "Diammma".



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Jean-Pierre Como: Empreinte (6/7/1999)



CD / Blue Note / 7243 5 20907 2 3 / France (Distribution: PM 520) (Digipack)

Description: Studio album. Includes Omar Touré for background vocals on "Anatole France" and "Empreinte".


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Alma Rosa: Latin Soul (2/23/1999)



CD / Candela / 42856662 / US

Description: Studio album. Includes Daby and Omar Touré for background vocals on "Color Café".


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Sixun: Nouvelle Vague (11/1/1998)



CD / Warner / 3984 24424 2 / France (Distribution: WE 833)

Description: Studio album. Includes Daby and Omar Touré for background vocals on "Singapore", "Y Bo Cé", "Rapisrap", and "Jungle Java". Sixun's members are Jean-Pierre Como, Alain Debiossat, Louis Winsberg, Michel Alibo, Paco Sery, and Manolo Badrena. Daby and Omar Touré's connection with this group led directly to the eventual release of their own album Laddé in 1999, with contributions from most of Sixun.



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Serah: Senegal Moon (8/12/1997)



CD / Great Northern Arts / 0820 61012 2 / US (Digipack)

Description: Studio album. Includes Daby and Omar Touré for background vocals on "Senegal Moon", "Singing Tree", "Wedding Song", "Papillon", "Desert Woman In Paris", "French Blue", and "Papaya Moon".

Links:
Serah (artist website)


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Sixun: Lunatic Taxi (11/7/1995)



CD / Verve / 528 785 2 / France (Distribution: PG 900) (Digipack)

Description: Studio album. Includes Daby and Omar Touré for background vocals on "Pourquoi T'es Malheureux? (Parc'que)". Sixun's members are Michel Alibo, Jean-Pierre Como, Alain Debiossat, Arnaud Frank, Paco Sery, and Lous Winsberg. Daby and Omar Touré's connection with this group led directly to the eventual release of their own album Laddé in 1999, with contributions from most of Sixun. Other notable performers on Lunatic Taxi include Michael Brecker and Andy Narell.

Release note: This CD is a 14 track reissue with the digipack cover shown, release date unknown but probably between 1995 and 1998. The original 13 track CD (Verve 526 808-2) has a different cover and does not include "Pourquoi T'es Malheureux? (Parc'que)".



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