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The Touré Kunda Discography

Touré Kunda :: Studio & Live Albums

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Touré Kunda: Lambi Golo (5/25/2018)



Europe:
CD / Soulbeats / France (Promo, cardboard sleeve)
CD / Soulbeats / SBRCD 105 / France
LP / Soulbeats / SBRCD 104 / France (6/22/2018)

Description: Studio album. Produced by Paco Sery and Romain Ghezal. All songs written by Ismaïla Touré and Sixu Tidiane Touré with additional credits for Nelson Palacio on "Emma Salsa", Alune Wade on "Malang", Nico on "Sene Bayo", Kiddus I on "Mister Farmer", Lokua Kanza on "Soif De Liberté", and Aby Baba Diallo on "Sotolal". The CD and LP inserts include lyrics. The LP release excludes tracks "Mister Farmer" and "Ka Badiyassi".

Song notes:
- "Emma Salsa" is a re-make of "É'mma" (from É'mma Africa).
- "Fatou Yow" is a re-make of "Fatou Yo" (from Sili Béto).
- "Mister Farmer" is a re-make of "Labrador" (from Amadou Tilo) with lyrics in English.

Musicians: Ismaïla Touré (vocal, percussion), Sixu Tidiane Touré (vocal, percussion), Olivier Ajavon (guitar), Aldo (saxophone), Mike Armoogam (bass), Pedro Luis Carmona (guitar), Eric Delloye (drums), Adama Dembele (balafon, percussion), Manu Dibango (saxophone), Cédric Duchemann (keyboards, piano), Esther Dobong'na Essiene (backing vocal), Etienne et Tristan (guitar), Eric Gaultier (saxophone, flute, horns), Nicolas Genest (trumpet), Romain Ghezal (programming, keyboards, arrangements, bass), Isabel Gonzalez (backing vocal), Thomas Henning (trombone, horns), Kiddus I (vocal), Laye Kane (guitar), Lokua Kanza (vocal), Seckou Keita (kora), Guimba Kouyate (guitar), Jerry Leonide (keyboards, arrangement), Jimi Lopez (percussion), Stephane Mallet (keyboards), Maxime Mignot (guitar), Nico (vocal), Nicodrum (percussion), Nelson Palacio (bass, percussion, piano, vocal, arrangement, violin), Hervé Samb (guitar), Carlos Santana (guitar), Cheick Tidiane Seck (keyboards), Paco Sery (drums, percussion, arrangement, keyboards, guitar), Jeremie Steiner (percussion), Lamine Toure (percussion), Control Tower (bass, trombone, arrangement), Alune Wade (bass, vocal).

Tracks:
  • Demaro (Featuring Manu Dibango)
  • Oustache
  • Emma Salsa (Featuring Carlos Santana) (original version "É'mma" on É'mma Africa)
  • Malang (Featuring Alune Wade)
  • Lambi Golo
  • Sene Bayo
  • Fatou Yow (original version "Fatou Yo" on Sili Béto)
  • Mister Farmer (Featuring Kiddus I) (original version "Labrador" on Amadou Tilo) (except LP)
  • Ka Badiyassi (except LP)
  • Soif De Liberté (Featuring Lokua Kanza)
  • Deuk N Do
  • Sotolal


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Touré Kunda: Santhiaba (5/13/2008)



Europe:
CD / Wagram / 3132195 France (Promo, cardboard sleeve) (2007)
CD / Wagram / 3131132 / France (Digipack)
"La Tantina De Burgos" - MP3 / Wagram / France (9/15/2009)

Description: Studio album. Produced by Samba Laobe N'Diaye, Ismaila Touré, and (Sixu) Tidiane Touré. All songs written and composed by Ismaila Touré and (Sixu) Tidiane Touré. The CD insert includes lyrics.

Song notes:
- "Leopold Sedar Senghor", "Bay Pa Mar", "Nianthio", and "Kaïra Banco" are newly recorded versions of songs originally released on the cassettes Le Joola, Liaison Ziguinchor-Dakar and Nité - Humanisme.
- "Amonafi" is a cover of "Mandal Ly" by Super Eagles, released in 1968.
- "Ah Diatta" is a re-make of "Djiremait" (from Mouslaï).
- The keyboard figure in "Ah Diatta" is Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's "Turkish March" from Piano Sonata in A Major (K 331).
- "La Tantina De Burgos" is a cover of the original song by Henri Génès, released in 1955. This song was added as a bonus with the 2009 MP3 re-release of the album. The promo release included the track as "Tango De L'Africain".
- "Urgent Appeal" includes segments in English, French, and Spanish. The promo release excludes "Urgent Appeal" and includes three versions that are extended variations in French ("Appels Pressant"), Spanish ("Llamada"), and English ("Appeal").

Musicians: Ismaila Touré (vocals), (Sixu) Tidiane Touré (vocals), Frédéric Deville (violin/cello), Gérard Tempiat-Bondat (violin/cello), Jean-Marie (violin/cello), Yvon Dellavalle (piano), Cheikh Lo Diallo (piano), Jerry Leonide (piano), Jean-Marie Renocci (piano), Mactar Wurie (piano), Eric Gauthier dit Rico (cuivres), Ioan Streba (clarinet), Toniho Docarmo (guitar), Laye Kane (guitar), Hervé Samb (guitar), Jean-François Ludovicus (drums), Ogusto Cavanhi (drums), Richacha (drums on "Leopold Sedar Senghor"), Lamine Toure (percussion), Nicolas Leroy (percussion), Samba Laobe N'Diaye (bass), Sixu Daby Touré (backing vocals), Cheikh Lo Diallo (kora), Noumou Cissoko (kora), Stan Marinkowic (accordion), Alex Alvarez (voice on "Urgent Appeal"), Max Macodou N'Diaye (voice on "Urgent Appeal"), Emilie C Salguero (voice on "Urgent Appeal"), Benjamin Constant (bass, keyboard, percussion on "Lely Djamyo" remix and "Urgent Appeal"), Willy Camara (guitar on "Lely Djamyo" remix and "Urgent Appeal").

Tracks:
  • Leopold Sedar Senghor (Santhiaba version)
  • Bay Pa Mar (Santhiaba version)
  • Amonafi
  • Ah Diatta
  • Lely Djamyo
  • Izguichor
  • Nianthio (Santhiaba version)
  • Te Quiero
  • Kaïra Banco (Santhiaba version)
  • Cherie Nam Nala
  • La Tantina De Burgos (2009 MP3 release only)
  • Lely Djamyo (remix) (excluded from promo release)
  • Urgent Appeal (excluded from promo release)
Additional promo release tracks:
  • Tango De L'Africain (same as "La Tantina De Burgos")
  • Appels Pressants (extended variation of "Urgent Appeal" in French)
  • Llamada (extended variation of "Urgent Appeal" in Spanish)
  • Appeal (extended variation of "Urgent Appeal" in English)
Credits: Information about non-album tracks related to Santhiaba originally provided by Vladis Lim (1/2010).


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Cassette (Senegal)

Touré Kunda: Nité - Humanisme (1/2005)



Africa:
Cassette / PCS / Senegal

Description: Cassette-only studio album released only in Senegal. "Diabar" and "Diami Rew" are newly recorded versions of the songs originally released on Terra Saabi. "Leopold Sedar Senghor" is a remix of the track originally released on the Le Joola cassette.

Musicians: Ismaila Touré (lead vocals, percussion direction), Sixu Tidiane Touré (lead vocals, percussion), Samba Laobé N'Diaye (bass, guitar, programming, arrangements), Moussa Diouf (bass, guitar, programming, arrangements, background vocals), Richacha (drums), Gwenaël Celerin (drums), Tapha N'Diaye (drums, percussion), Joao Mota (guitar), Elie Chemali (piano, synthesizer), Yvan De La Vallé (piano, synthesizer), Rembert Egues (piano), Hervé Lebongo (saxophone), Matthieu Bost (saxophone, percussion), Sérigne Diagne (trumpet), Manuel Faivre (trumpet), Sixu Daby Touré (vocals), Weus Kaly (vocals).

Tracks:
  • Yako Waral
  • Diabar
  • Diami Rew
  • Si Babacar Sy
  • Bay Pa Mar ("Baye Pa Mar", Nité version)
  • Djiguene Ak Gor
  • Leopold Sedar Senghor (Nité version)
  • Kaïra Banco ("Kaïra Banko", Nité version)


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Cassette (Senegal)

Touré Kunda: Le Joola, Liaison Ziguinchor-Dakar (10/1/2003)



Africa:
Cassette / Gadiaga / Senegal

Description: Cassette-only benefit album released only in Senegal to support the project "Un Bateau Pour La Casamance". The project was launched by the Touré brothers, Youssou N'Dour, and others, to raise funds for replacement of Le Joola, a ferry boat in the Casamance area of Senegal that wrecked on September 26, 2002, and for the families of the victims. The tragedy took the lives of more than 1,800 people. Touré Kunda also performed several concert dates in support of the project.

From Kassoumay website (kassoumay.chez.tiscali.fr/carabane/joola6.html) (website moved, page no longer exists):
Dans "Joola", le premier des 6 titres, les Touré Kunda chante la solidarité et la nécessité de renforcer la liaison maritime entre Dakar et la région Sud de Casamance. Pour les titres "Joola Bi" et "Joola Bi Héhé" de nombreux invités ont prêté leur voix pour la bonne cause. [See "Additional musicians" below.] Les autres titres, destinés au prochain album des Touré Kunda, sont "Niantio" en hommage au koriste casamançais Lalo Kéba Dramé, et "Léopold Sedar Senghor" dédié au président poète. Des poèmes sur le naufrage du "Joola", écrits par le poète Babacar Sall, sont enregistrés sur cette cassette.

Musicians: Ismaila and Sixu Tidiane Touré (vocals, percussion), Moussa Diouf (vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards, arrangements), Cheikh Tidiane Seck (guitar, bass, keyboards), Richacha (drums), Moustapha N'Diaye (percussion).

Additional musicians (vocals): Abib Kaliman M'Baye, Baay Sooley, Baay Sène, Baaba Maal, Bassirou Faty, Carlo (PBS), Dandan Diedhiou, Didier Avadi, El Hadj Amidou Kassé, Fafadi, Keyti, Magou, Moïse Tribal Jam, Myriam (Alif), N'Diaya, Numukunda (PBS), Omar Pène, Oumy (Alif), Sixu Daby J, Tatouages, Xuman (Pee Froiss), Wauz Kali, Souleymane Faye, Ismaël Lo, Wally Bodian, Thione Seck, Coumba Gawlo Seck, Mamadou Konté (Africa Féte), Babacar Sall (Editions de l'Harmattan).

Ismaïl Touré (son of Amadou Touré) contributed vocals to this album, although he was not included in the credits. (Many thanks to Ismaïl Touré, December 2014)

Tracks:
  • Joola
  • Joola Bi
  • Joola Bi HéHé
  • Nianthio ("Niantio", Le Joola version)
  • Léopold S Senghor (Le Joola version)
  • Yaaye


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Touré Kunda: Terra Saabi (5/23/2000)



Europe:
CD / Edel/Sabaar / Germany (Promo, cardboard sleeve)
CD / Edel/Sabaar / 0110472 ERE / Germany (Digipack)
CD / Edel/Sabaar / 007061 2 ERE / Germany (2003)
CD / Celluloid / 67052 2 / France (Distribution: DK 045) (11/2/2004)

Africa:
Cassette / KSF Talla Diagne / Senegal

Asia:
Cassette / Edel / KG 5870800 / Indonesia

Description: Twelfth studio album. Produced by Claude Chamboissier. All songs written and composed by Ismaila Touré and Sixu Tidiane Touré, with co-composer Dondieu Divin on "Aïyayao", co-writer David Diop on "Sama Dio", and co-writer Hady Baba Diallo on "Toumouranké", except "Nobel" by Phil Collins. "Nobel" is a cover version of the Phil Collins hit "In The Air Tonight", probably with different lyrics. "Cindy" is a newly recorded version of the song from Mouslaï (1996). "Sama Dio" bears some resemblance to "E'Mbalma" from Amadou Tilo (1983). "Cindy" was originally recorded for the Mouslaï album. The CD release inserts (except the promo) include lyrics in the original language. The Senegal cassette release includes eight of the twelve tracks.

Musicians: Ismaila and Sixu Tidiane Touré, Moussa Diouf (bass, drums, piano, programming), Sega Seck (drums, percussion), Thierry Mvie (keyboards), C Djanono Dabo (percussion), Herve Lebongo (sax), Claude Chamboissier (keyboards), Sixu Daby Touré (backing vocals), Luis Viloria (percussion), Michel Feugere (trumpet), Kornazov Gueorgui (trombone), Jackeline Rodriguez-Goise (piano), Sergio Roa Brith (pan flute), Soriba Kouyate (kora), and Papa Macoura N'Diaye (percussion).

Tracks:
  • Nobel
  • Diboukokou Lambe
  • Rapada
  • Aïyayao
  • SDF / Homeless
  • Diami Rew
  • Sama Dio
  • Terra Saabi
  • Toumouranké
  • Diabar
  • Tormondon
  • Cindy (Terra Saabi version)


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Touré Kunda: Légende (3/1999)



Europe:
CD / Une/ABN / U10132 / France (Distribution: CB 811)
CD / Une/ABN / 8345100102 / France (1/14/2002)

Description: Eleventh studio album. Produced by Christian Lachenal, Robson Galdino, and Ismaila and Sixu Tidiane Touré. All songs written by various combinations of Ismaila, Sixu Tidiane, Ousmane, and Hamidou Touré. Consists mostly of newly re-recorded versions of classic songs from Toubab Bi, Salam, Sili Béto, and É'mma Africa, and one new song "Adjua". "Téria" and "Fiança" are the original versions. "Koutourou" was the introduction to "É'mma" on Mandinka Dong and both live albums. The 1999 CD release insert includes lyrics in French translations only for "Ema Ema", "Diabindor", "Guerrilla", and "Maramba". The 2002 CD release insert includes only basic track and credits information and no notes or lyrics.

Musicians: Ismaila and Sixu Tidiane Touré (vocals, percussion), Christian Lachenal and Robson Galdino (keyboards), Laurent Hestin and Pépito Vargara (guitar), Jules Cissokho and Dianounou (percussion), Etienne M'Bappe (bass), Laurent Desmurs (piano), Marc Berthoumieux (accordion), Myriame Betty and Valérie Belinga (backing vocals), and Sixu Junior Touré (backing vocals).

Tracks:
  • Ema Ema (original version "É'mma" on É'mma Africa)
  • Adjua
  • Casalé (original version on Sili Béto)
  • Wadini (original version on Toubab Bi)
  • Téria (from Sili Béto)
  • Diabindor (original version on Salam)
  • Guerrilla ("Guerilla", original version on Salam)
  • Fiança (from Sili Béto)
  • Maramba (original version "Soye" on É'mma Africa)
  • Ema Ema - remix club (original version "É'mma" on É'mma Africa)
  • Koutourou (original studio version on Mandinka Dong, live version on Live Paris-Ziguinchor)


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Touré Kunda: Mouslaï (6/28/1996)



Europe:
CD / WEA / 0630 15506-2 / Germany (Distribution: WE 833)
Cassette / WEA / 0630 15506-4 / Germany (Distribution: WE 491)

North America:
CD / Mesa/Bluemoon / 92765-2 / US (6/10/1997)

Description: Tenth studio album. Produced by Touré Kunda. Guests include Manu Dibango. All songs written by Ismaila Touré and Sixu Tidiane Touré, except "Coladera" words by Ismaila Touré, Sixu Tidiane Touré, and Sylvain Lebel. The Europe and US releases have the same tracks in different order, but different versions of "Cindy". "Cindy" was later re-recorded for the Terra Saabi album. Both CD release inserts include lyrics in the original language.

The photograph of the Touré brothers walking features The Old Pharmacy at 21-22 High Street, Battle, UK. The sign in the photograph indicates that the pharmacy was established in 1740. According to an article in Rye & Battle Observer (1/21/2010), the pharmacy closed in 2010, and the building dates to the 15th century. The space is currently occupied by a different business.

Musicians: Ismaila and Sixu Tidiane Touré (vocals, percussion), Moussa Sissokho (percussion), Dondieu Divin (keyboards, piano, violin), Bobby Jocky (bass), Christian Templet (drums), Patrice Courtois (drum programming), Brice Ouassi (drums), Jeff Kellner (guitars), Catia Carvalho and Amy Bamba (backing vocals), Alain Hatot (tenor sax), Philippe Slominski (trumpet), and Alex Perdigon (trombone).

Additional musicians (3 tracks or less): Francois Constantin (percussion), Hatem Bedoui (percussion), Frederic Savio (keyboards), Jacky Arconte (guitars), Ben Belinga (tenor sax), Mam Houari (tenor sax), Claude Thirifays (baritone sax), Manu Dibango (solo sax on "Saporta"), and Cheick Tidiane Seck (solo keyboard).

Tracks - Europe releases:
  • Coladera
  • Roupouli
  • Cindy (Mouslaï Europe version)
  • Mininna
  • Emitay
  • Djirémait
  • Is Do Si
  • Saporta
  • Maria Bonitou
  • Mame Malick Sy
  • Fondinké
  • Soninko
  • Ikodi
  • Djiloly
Tracks - US release:
  • Cindy (Mouslaï US version)
  • Mininna
  • Maria Bonitou
  • Is Do Si
  • Emitay
  • Saporta
  • Djirémait
  • Coladera
  • Roupouli
  • Fondinké
  • Mame Malick Sy
  • Soninko
  • Ikodi
  • Djiloly


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Touré Kunda: Sili Béto (1992)



Europe:
CD / Trema / 710 405 / France
ClearDistribution: CB 811
ClearDistribution: CB 821
Cassette / Trema / 110405 / France (Distribution: CB 511)
MiniDisc / Trema / 730 405 / France (Distribution: CB 511)
CD / Trema / CDSNIR 25148 / Italy
Sila Béto - CD / Wagram / 3118332 / France (Digipack) (5/5/2008)

North America:
CD / MCA Trafic / TFD 8967 / Canada
Cassette / MCA Trafic / TFC 8967 / Canada

Description: Ninth studio album. Produced by Ismaila and Sixu Tidiane Touré. All songs written by Ismaila and Sixu Tidiane Touré. "On Verra Quoi? Ça!" is a new recording of "On Verra Ça" (from É'mma Africa). Six tracks were later released in the US on Putumayo Presents The Touré Kunda Collection (see Touré Kunda Compilations). A video clip for "Casalé" was directed by Brigitte Thiriart. The inserts for all of the 1992 releases include lyrics in the original language.

Musicians: Ismaila and Sixu Tidiane Touré (vocals, percussion, guitar), Moussa Sissokho (percussion), Etienne M'Bappe (bass), Jean-Philippe Fanfant and Patrice Courtois (drums), Jeff Kellner and Jean-Jacques Hertz (guitar), Pépito Vergara and Jean-Pierre Castelain (guitar), Aldo Frank (piano, keyboards), Laurent Desmurs and Mario Canonge (keyboards), Nicolas Guéret (sax), Philippe Slominski (trumpet), Pierre Chabrèle (trombone), and Marc Berthoumieux (accordion). Additional vocals by Orlane Hoarau, Rachel Fandi, Cira Touré, Sokhane and Mahili Touré, and Jérémy and Tamara Guillermain.

Tracks:
  • Hadidia
  • Fatou Yo (Sili Béto version)
  • Casalé
  • Akila
  • Soppé
  • Ké Diaré
  • Fiança
  • Téria
  • Cira
  • On Verra Quoi? Ça!
  • Oromiko


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Touré Kunda: Sounké - En Concert (1991)



Europe:
LP / Trema / 310 344 / France (Distribution: PM 264)
Cassette / Trema / 110344 / France (Distribution: PM 464)
CD / Trema / 710 344 / France (Distribution: PM 520)

Description: Second live album. Produced by Yves Ndjock. All songs written by Hamidou, Ismaila, Sixu Tidiane, and Ousmane Touré. Recorded at the Palais de Congrès in Paris.

Musicians: Hamidou, Ismaila, Sixu Tidiane, and Ousmane Touré (vocals, percussion), Yves Ndjock (guitar), Valérie Lobe (drums), N'Doumbe Djengue (bass), Nicolas Guéret (saxophone), Christophe Dutray (trumpet), Pierre Chabrèle (saxophone), and Eddy Emilien (keyboards).

Tracks:
  • Intro Texte Sixu Tidiane Touré
  • Nagaana ("Nagana", studio version on Toubab Bi)
  • Ndoungou ("N'Doungou", studio version on Salam)
  • Maahily
  • Wayô O ("Wayoo", studio version on Salam)
  • Coumpole (studio version on Salam)
  • Texte Hamidou Touré
  • Yakka
  • Guerrilla (studio version on Salam)
  • É'mma ("Emma", studio version on É'mma Africa)
  • Salya (studio version on Amadou Tilo)
  • Texte Ismaila Touré
  • Seourouba
  • Casa Di Mansa (studio version on Amadou Tilo)
Release notes:
- The LP and cassette releases exclude "Salya".


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Touré Kunda: Salam (1990)



Europe:
LP / Trema / 310 321 / France (Distribution: PM 264) (With lyric inner sleeve)
CD / Trema / 710 321 / France (Distribution: PM 520)
Cassette / Trema / 110 321 / France (Distribution: PM 464)
LP / Ausfahrt/Worldmusic/EFA / LP 06148 / Germany (1991)
CD / Ausfahrt/Worldmusic/EFA / CD 06148 / Germany (1991)

Africa:
Sarana - Cassette / Syllart / SYL900 / Senegal (White cassette)
Sarana - Cassette / Syllart / SYL900 / Senegal (Red cassette)

Description: Eighth studio album. Produced by Bernard Torelli, Yves Ndjock, Arnaud Dunoyer, and Philippe Paya. All songs written by Hamidou, Ismaila, Ousmane, and Sixu Tidiane Touré. The France LP lyric inner sleeve includes lyrics in both the original language and French translations. Two tracks were later released in the US on Putumayo Presents The Touré Kunda Collection (see Touré Kunda :: Compilations). Santana later covered "Guerrilla" as "Africa Bamba" on their Supernatural album (see Touré Kunda :: Covers & Samples & Related). The Sarana cassette releases have track orders that are different from each other and the LP and CD releases.

Musicians: Hamidou, Ismaila, Sixu Tidiane, and Ousmane Touré (vocals, percussion), Yves Ndjock (guitar), Arnaud Dunoyer (keyboards), N'Doumbe Djengue (bass), Valérie Lobe (drums), Patrick Artero (trumpet), Ben Belinga (saxophone), Nabou Diop (backing vocals), and Didier Lockwood (violin on "Guerrilla").

Tracks:
  • Salam
  • Wayô O
  • Ndoungou
  • Diabindor
  • Dom
  • Djambar
  • Coumpole
  • Sarana
  • Guerrilla
Credits: Information and insert image for the Sarana cassette release originally provided by Natari (7/2005).


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Toubab Bi LP
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Toubab Bi LP
(Trema 310 233, PM 264)

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Toubab Bi Cassette
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Toubab Bi Cassette
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(Country unknown, possibly Liberia)

Touré Kunda: Toubab Bi (1986)
Touré Kunda: Karadindi (1988)
Touré Kunda: Okunaya (1997)



Europe:
Toubab Bi - LP / Trema / 310 233 / France (With lyric inner sleeve)
ClearDistribution: RC 270 (RCA Ariola) without UPC
ClearDistribution: RC 270 (RCA Ariola) with UPC
ClearDistribution: PM 264 (Pathé Marconi) stickers over RC 270 version
ClearDistribution: PM 264 (Pathé Marconi) printed
Toubab Bi - Cassette / Trema / 110 233 / France
ClearDistribution: RC 470 (RCA Ariola) without UPC
ClearDistribution: RC 470 (RCA Ariola) with UPC
ClearDistribution: PM 464 (Pathé Marconi)
ClearDistribution: CB 431 (Sony Music)
Toubab Bi - CD / Trema / 710 233 / France
ClearDistribution: RC 620 (RCA Ariola) without UPC
ClearDistribution: RC 620 (RCA Ariola) with UPC
ClearDistribution: PM 520 (Pathé Marconi)
ClearDistribution: CB 701 (Sony Music)
Karadindi - CD / Celluloid / CELD 6137 / Holland
Karadindi - CD / Charly / CPCD 8298 / Germany (1997)
Okunaya - CD / Movie Play Gold / MPG 74048 / Portugal (1997)

North America:
Toubab Bi - LP / Trema / TRM 3010 / Canada (With lyric inner sleeve) (1987)
Toubab Bi - Cassette / Trema / TRM4-3010 / Canada (1987)
Karadindi - LP / Celluloid / CELL 6137 / US
Karadindi - Cassette / Celluloid / CELC 6137 / US
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ClearVariation: Purple background with UPC
Karadindi - CD / Celluloid / CELCD 6137 / US

Unknown origin:
Toubab Bi - Cassette / (No label) / 7404 / (Country unknown, possibly Liberia)

Description: Seventh studio album. Produced by Michel Abihssira, Jean-Claude Bonaventure, and Roger Chyco Dru. All songs written by Ismaila, Sixu Tidiane & Ousmane Touré Kunda. The France LP lyric inner sleeve includes lyrics in both the original language and French translations. The Trema LP release PM 264 is the same as 310 233, except that "Wadini" is also printed in red on the front cover.

Musicians: Ismaila, Sixu Tidiane, and Ousmane Touré (vocals, percussion), Nabou Diop (vocals), Jean-Pierre Alarcen (guitar), Roger Chyco Dru (bass, vocals), Guy Khalifa (piano), Gilles Tynaire (synthesizer), Jean-Claude Naimro (organ, clavinet), Serge Roux and Mam Houari (saxophone), Tony Brenes and Kako (trumpet), Alex Perdigon and Jean-Marc Welch (trumpet, trombone), Mory Kante (kora), and Michel Abihssira (drums).

Tracks:
  • Okunaya
  • Wadini
  • Nagaana
  • Karadindi
  • Toubab Bi
  • Wët
  • Nanso
  • Baara
  • Mamadiyo


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(Country unknown, possibly Liberia)

Touré Kunda: Natalia (1985)



Europe:
LP / Celluloid / CEL 6740 / France
ClearDistribution: DK F
ClearDistribution: DK F DK 006
Cassette / Celluloid / CEL 4607 / France (Distribution: DK F)
LP / Celluloid / 66740-1 / France (Distribution: DK 006) (Same LP as CEL 6740)
LP / Celluloid / CELL 6740 / UK
LP / Philips / 826077 1 / Greece
CD / Celluloid / CEL 6741 / France (Distribution: DK M)
CD / Celluloid / CEL 6 6741 2 / France (Distribution: DK M DK 013)
CD / Charly / CPCD 8268 / Germany (Remaster) (1996)
CD / Wagram / 3118302 / France (Digipack) (5/5/2008)

North America:
LP / Celluloid / CELL 6113 / US (Jacket labeled "Printed in Canada" on back)
Cassette / Celluloid / CELC 6113 / US
ClearVariation: Without Celluloid logos
ClearVariation: With Celluloid logos
CD / Celluloid / CEL NY 6741 D / US
CD / Celluloid / CELCD 6113 / US (1988)

Asia:
LP / CBS/Sony / 28AP 3063 / Japan (With insert)
Cassette / CBS/Sony / 28KP 1310 / Japan (With insert)

Unknown origin:
Touré Kunda 1985 - Cassette / Maxi / KS 1950 / (Country unknown, possibly Liberia) (1985)

Description: Sixth studio album. Produced by Bill Laswell. All songs written individually by Ismaila Touré, Sixu Tidiane Touré, and Ousmane Touré, each contributing 2 to 3 songs.

Musicians: Ismaila, Sixu Tidiane, and Ousmane Touré (vocals, percussion), Bernie Worrell (keyboards), Foday Musa Suso (percussion), Aiyb Dieng (percussion), Nicky Skopelitis (guitar), Jean-Claude Bonaventure (guitar), Roger Chyco Dru (bass), Michel Abihssira (drums), Ben Belinga (saxophone), Michel Billiez (saxophone), Nabou Diop (backing vocals), Alain Loy Ehrlich (piano), Lionel Jouot (trombone), and Christian Martinez (trumpet).

Tracks:
  • Touré Kunda
  • Duunya
  • Santhiaba Silo
  • Nidiaye
  • Natalia
  • M'Barring
  • Fode
  • Babacady
Release notes:
- The Japan LP and cassette releases feature translations into Japanese script, including トゥレ・クンダ (Touré Kunda) and ナタリア (Natalia).
- The Maxi cassette release Touré Kunda 1985 includes additional tracks "Sol Mal" (from Live Paris-Ziguinchor) and "Martyrs" (from Live Paris-Ziguinchor).


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"Mixe Et Grave En Digital")
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(Country unknown, possibly Liberia)

Touré Kunda: Live Paris-Ziguinchor (1984)



Europe:
(a) LP(2) / Celluloid / 6710/11 / France (Gatefold)
ClearDistribution: DK C (without "Mixe et Grave en Digital")
ClearDistribution: DK C (with "Mixe et Grave en Digital")
ClearDistribution: DK C DK 003 (with "Mixe et Grave en Digital")
(b) Cassette / Celluloid / 4602 / France
ClearDistribution: DK C without "Mixage Digital"
ClearDistribution: DK C with "Mixage Digital"
ClearDistribution: DK C DK 203
ClearDistribution: DK I
(c) LP(2) / Celluloid / 66710-1 / France (Distribution: DK 003) (Gatefold) (Same LPs as CEL 6710/11)
(d) Cassette / Celluloid / 64602-4 / France (Distribution: DK 203) (Same cassette as 4602)
(e) LP&EP / Celluloid / CELL 6106 & CEL 707 / UK (With bonus 12" single) (1985)
(f) CD / Celluloid / CEL 6722 / France (Distribution: DK M) (1985)
(g) CD / Celluloid / CEL 6 6722 2 / France (Distribution: DK 013) (1985)
(h) CD / Celluloid / CELD 6106 / Holland (1988)
(i) CD / Charly / CPCD 8226 / UK (Remaster) (1996)
(j) CD / Celluloid / 67038 2 / France (Distribution: DK 132) (Remaster, digipack) (6/21/2002)
(k) CD / Wagram / 3118252 / France (Remaster, digipack) (12/4/2006)
(l) CD / Wagram / 3120815 / France (Promo) (Remaster, cardboard sleeve) (2006)
(m) CD / Soulbeats / SBR107 / France (Remaster, cardboard sleeve) (5/25/2018)
(n) LP(2) / Soulbeats / SBR106 / France (Remaster) (6/22/2018)

North America:
(o) LP / Celluloid / CELL 6106 / US (Gatefold) (Jacket labeled "Printed in U.S.A.")
(p) LP / Celluloid / CELL 6106 / Canada (Gatefold) (Jacket labeled "Jacket Made in Canada")
(q) Cassette / Celluloid / CELC 6106 / US
(r) CD / Celluloid / CEL NY 6722 D / US (1985)
(s) CD / Celluloid / CELCD 6106 / US (1988)
(t) CD / MIL Multimedia / ESP 8516 / US (10/29/1996)

South America:
(u) LP / Celluloid/RCA Ariola / 1308005 / Brazil (1987)
(v) Cassette / Celluloid/RCA Ariola / 7138005 / Brazil (1987)

Asia:
(w) LP / CBS/Sony / 28AP 3086 / Japan (Gatefold, with insert) (1985)

Unknown origin:
(x) Live 1985 - Cassette / Maxi / KS 1709 / (Country unknown, possibly Liberia) (1985)
(y) Live 1985 - Cassette / SS / SS 1987 / (Country unknown, possibly Liberia) (1985)

Description: First live album, also known as Sambala. Recorded in December 1983 and January 1984 during the group's African tour. Produced by Touré Kunda. "Martyrs" written by Sixu Tidiane and Ismaila Touré, "Sidi Yella" traditional with arrangement by Ousmane and Sixu Tidiane Touré, and "Sambala" written by Ousmane and Ismaila Touré. The 2002 CD release is the first CD with all tracks from the original France double LP. See Touré Kunda :: Music Videos & Concert Films for related concert film.

Musicians: Ismaila, Sixu Tidiane, and Ousmane Touré (vocals, percussion), Roger Chyco Dru (bass), Jean-Claude Bonaventure (guitar, synthesizers), Michel Billiez (saxophones), Ben Belinga (saxophones), Michel Abihssira (drums), Loy Ehrlich (keyboards, flutes), and Seynabou Diop (backing vocals).

Tracks for (a), (b), (c), (d), (j), (k), (l), (m), (n):
  • Sol Mal (studio version on Casamance Au Clair De Lune)
  • Baounane (studio version on É'mma Africa)
  • Martyrs (original version on "Salaly Muhamed" single b-side)
  • Sidi Yella
  • Africa Lelly (studio version on É'mma Africa)
  • Kambe (studio version on É'mma Africa)
  • Sambala
  • Courrier (studio version on Amadou Tilo)
  • Casa Di Mansa (studio version on Amadou Tilo)
  • Salya (studio version on Amadou Tilo)
  • Utamada (studio version on Amadou Tilo)
  • É'mma ("Emma", studio version on É'mma Africa)
Tracks for bonus 12" single (CEL 707) included with (e):
  • É'mma (Special Dance Mix) (12" single version)
  • É'mma (Radio Edit) (12" single version edit)
  • Ne Nam 2 (edit, from Casamance Au Clair De Lune)
Release notes:
- Tracks for (a), (b), (c), (d), (j), (k), (l): All.
- Tracks for (m), (n): All. "Sidi Yella" is listed as "Sidy Yella".
- Tracks for (e), (o), (p), (q), (u), (v), (w): "Salya", "Utamada", "Sambala", "Baounane", "Sidi Yella", "É'mma". The Canada LP release is the US pressing with jacket made in Canada and a slightly different label. The 12" single version of "É'mma" with (e) is the same version as the France 12" single (see Touré Kunda :: Singles).
- Tracks for (f), (g): All except "Courrier" and "Utamada". These CD releases have only one track for the entire content.
- Tracks for (h), (i), (r), (s), (t): All except "Sol Mal" and "Utamada". The CD release CELCD 6106 is packaged with the inserts for CEL NY 6722 D.
- Tracks for (x), (y): "Sidi Yella", "Salya", "Casa Di Mansa", "Courrier", "Sambala", "Sol Mal", "Baounane", "Martyrs".


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Touré Kunda: Casamance Au Clair De Lune (1984)



Europe:
LP / Celluloid / CEL 6663 / France (Distribution: DK B)
Cassette / Celluloid / CEL 4663 / France (Distribution: DK B)
Cassette / Celluloid / 64663-4 / France (Distribution: DK 202) (Same cassette as CEL 4663)
CD / Charly / CPCD 8269 / Germany (Remaster) (1997)
CD / Wagram / 3118292 / France (Digipack) (5/5/2008)

North America:
LP / Celluloid / CELL 6102 / US (Jacket labeled "Printed in U.S.A.")
LP / Celluloid / CELL 6102 / Canada (Jacket labeled "Jacket Made in Canada")
Cassette / Celluloid / CELC 6102 / US
CD / Celluloid / CELCD 6102 / US (1988)

Asia:
LP / CBS/Sony / 28AP 3084 / Japan (With insert) (1985)

Description: Fifth studio album. Produced by Olivier Hollard. All songs written by Ismaila, Sixu Tidiane and Ousmane Touré. Most tracks also appeared on 1983 / 1984 (see Touré Kunda :: Compilations). The Celluloid CD release CELCD 6102 is labeled on the insert as CELLCD 6102. "Amadou Tilo" was originally recorded for the Amadou Tilo album. The Canada LP release is the US pressing with jacket made in Canada and a slightly different label.

Musicians: Ismaila, Sixu Tidiane, and Ousmane Touré (vocals, percussion, guitar), Loy Ehrlich (flute, guimbre), and Jean-Claude Bonaventure (cithare).

Tracks:
  • Ne Nam 1
  • Manoir
  • Amadou Tilo (Casamance version)
  • Casamance
  • Ninki Nanka
  • Sol Mal
  • Fass Bougnoul
  • Saf Sap
  • Ne Nam 2


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(Country unknown, possibly Liberia)

Touré Kunda: Amadou Tilo (1983)



Europe:
LP / Celluloid / CEL 6646 / France (Distribution: NKB) (With lyric inner sleeve)
Cassette / Celluloid / C 6646 / France
Cassette / Celluloid / CEL 4918 / France (Same cassette as C 6646)
Cassette / Celluloid / 64918-4 / France (Distribution: DK 202)
CD / Charly / CPCD 8296 / Germany (Remaster) (1997)
CD / Celluloid / 67047 2 / France (Distribution: DK 045) (With lyrics) (11/2/2004)
CD / Wagram / 3118282 / France (Digipack) (5/5/2008)

North America:
LP / Celluloid / CELL 6104 / US (1984) (Jacket labeled "Printed in USA" on front and "Printed in Canada" on back)
Cassette / Celluloid / CELC 6104 / US (1984)
CD / Celluloid / CELCD 6104 / US (1988)

Unknown origin:
Amadou Tilo 1983 - Cassette / Noble / KS 352 / (Country unknown, possibly Liberia)

Description: Fourth studio album. Produced by Olivier Hollard. All songs written by Ismaila and Sixu Tidiane Touré. The France LP lyric inner sleeve includes lyrics in both the original language and French translations. Most tracks also appeared on 1983 / 1984 (see Touré Kunda :: Compilations). "Amadou Tilo" was later re-recorded for the Casamance Au Clair De Lune album. "Utamada", "Labrador", and "Lemene Kuru" were originally recorded for the pre-Celluloid album Mandinka Dong.

Musicians: Ismaila and Sixu Tidiane Touré (vocals, percussion), Amadou Tilo Touré (vocals on "Salya"), Jean-Claude Bonaventure (guitar, synthesizers), Roger Chyco Dru (bass guitar, vocals), Samson and Michel Coustillas (pianos), Michel Billiez (saxophones), and Michel Abihssira (drums). Additional vocals: Tara, Maryse, Fania, and Sixu Junior Touré.

Tracks:
  • Amadou Tilo (Amadou Tilo version)
  • Casa Di Mansa
  • Courrier
  • Utamada (Amadou Tilo version)
  • Labrador (Amadou Tilo version)
  • Lemene Kuru (Amadou Tilo version)
  • E'Mbalma
  • Salya
  • 500 F
Release notes:
- The Noble cassette release Amadou Tilo 1983 includes additional tracks "É'mma" (É'mma Africa version) and "On Verra Ça" (É'mma Africa version).


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Touré Kunda: Touré Kunda (1982)



Europe:
LP / Celluloid / CEL 6599 / France
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ClearDistribution: DK B
ClearDistribution: DK H
Cassette / Celluloid / C 6599 / France (Distribution: None)
Cassette / Celluloid / 4569 / France (Distribution: DK B)
ClearVariation: "Touré Kunda" in yellow on spine
ClearVariation: "Touré Kunda" in white on spine
LP / Celluloid / 66599-1 / France (Distribution: DK 002) (Same LP as CEL 6599)
CD / Charly / CPCD 8295 / Germany (Remaster) (1997)
CD / Celluloid / 67045 2 / France (Distribution: DK 124) (12/6/2002)

North America:
LP / Celluloid / CELL 6128 / US (1987)
Cassette / Celluloid / CELC 6128 / US (1987)
CD / Celluloid / CELCD 6128 / US (1988)

Africa:
LP / Celluloid / CEL 6599 / Ivory Coast

Description: Third studio album, also known as Turu. Produced by Touré Kunda. All songs written by Touré Kunda. Most tracks also appeared on 1981 / 1982 (see Touré Kunda :: Compilations). "Kalo Kalo" was originally recorded for the pre-Celluloid album Mandinka Dong.

Musicians: Ismaila and Sixu Tidiane Touré (vocals, percussion), Jacky Arconte (guitar), Jean-Claude Bonaventure (keyboards), Roger Chyco Dru (bass), Denis Hekimian (drums), and JM Bolangassa (percussion).

Tracks:
  • Turu
  • Salaly Muhamed
  • Banny
  • Kalo Kalo (Touré Kunda version)
  • Samba
  • Waar
  • Guedj
  • Hamidu
  • Yaya Bah


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Touré Kunda: É'mma Africa (1980)
Touré Kunda: Les Frères Griots (1980)



Europe:
É'mma Africa - LP / Celluloid / CEL 2-6549 / France
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ClearDistribution: DK B
É'mma Africa - Cassette / Celluloid / 4478 / France (Distribution: DK B)
É'mma Africa (Les Frères Griots) - CD / Celluloid / CELD 6129 / Germany (1994)
É'mma Africa - CD / Charly / CPCD 8297 / Germany (Remaster) (1997)
Les Frères Griots - CD / Movie Play Gold / MPG 74041 / Portugal (1997)
É'mma Africa - CD / Celluloid / 67041 2 / France (Distribution: DK 124) (12/6/2002)

North America:
É'mma Africa (Les Frères Griots) - LP / Celluloid / CELL 6129 / US (1987)
É'mma Africa (Les Frères Griots) - Cassette / Celluloid / CELC 6129 / US (1987)
É'mma Africa (Les Frères Griots) - CD / Celluloid / CELCD 6129 / US (1988)

Description: Second studio album. Produced by Barracuda. All songs written by Ismaila and Sixu Touré, except "On Verra Ça" by Touré and Sango. Most tracks also appeared on 1981 / 1982 (see Touré Kunda :: Compilations). The promotional compilation Celluloid 2 (see Touré Kunda :: Various Artists Compilations) refers to the as yet unreleased first album as On Verra Ça, indicating that the label decided on the released title only at the last minute. Two other studio recordings of "É'mma" were released on France 7" and 12" singles (see Touré Kunda :: Singles). The 12" version also appeared on a bonus 12" single included with the UK LP release of Live Paris-Ziguinchor and on the compilation New Africa (see Touré Kunda :: Other Releases). The 7" version also appeared on the compilation Tropic Tonic No. 2 (see Touré Kunda :: Other Releases). "É'mma" was originally recorded for the pre-Celluloid album Mandinka Dong.

Musicians: No musician credits provided, but Jean-Claude Bonaventure and Roger Chyco Dru were involved.

Tracks:
  • É'mma (É'mma Africa version)
  • On Verra Ça
  • Samala
  • Kambe
  • Africa Lelly
  • Soye
  • Baounane ("Bounane" on some releases)
  • Manso ("Mango" on some releases)
  • Touty Yolle


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(Secousse & Hot Mule HTML003 SEC007)

Ismaïl & Sixu Touré: Mandinka Dong (1979)



Europe:
LP / Esperance / ESP 165 526 / France (Distribution: SD 14)
Digital / Secousse & Hot Mule HTML003 SEC007 / France (Remaster) (9/16/2019)
LP / Secousse & Hot Mule HTML003 SEC007 / France (Remaster, Gatefold) (9/16/2019)

Description: First studio album, prior to signing with Celluloid. All songs written by Ismaila Touré and Sixu Touré. Several tracks were later re-recorded for the Celluloid albums É'mma Africa, Touré Kunda, and Amadou Tilo.

For the 2019 release, Hot Mule posted on Facebook (8/26/2019) that "The record was carefully restored / remastered by our incredible sound team from 2 mint copies (big thank you to our buddie Johann Dusty Fingers for lending us his!)." The digital version includes two remixes by Bosq, an American DJ, and was released through Bandcamp in formats FLAC, MP3 (VBR), MP3 (320), AAC, Ogg Vorbis, ALAC, WAV, and AIFF. The LP gatefold includes liner notes by Frank Tenaille and several photographs spanning the years from 1977 to 1986. A caption notes that the cover photograph by Sylvie Duvigneau was taken during a 1977 photo session in Parc des Buttes-Chaumont in Paris, France.

Musicians: Ismaila Touré (congas, vocals), Sixu Tidiane Touré (timpani, vocals), Jean-Jacques Hertz (solo & rhythm guitar), Didier de Croisoeuil (bass guitar), Erwan le Marc'hadour (piano, synthesizer, clarinet), Fred Wallich (tenor & soprano sax), Marino Zappellini (tenor sax), Claude Benoit (trumpet), Roland Bochot (drums), and Diaf (vocals).

Tracks:
  • Ntinkerinta
  • Lemene Kuru (Mandinka Dong version)
  • Kalo Kalo (Mandinka Dong version)
  • N'Yo
  • M'Ma (Mandinka Dong version, later versions "É'mma")
  • Utammada (Mandinka Dong version, later versions "Utamada")
  • Afrika
  • Labrador (Mandinka Dong version)
  • Ntinkerinta (Bosq rework) (2019 digital release only)
  • Utammada (Bosq rework) (2019 digital release only)
Links:
Bandcamp - Secousse - Mandinka Dong by Ismaïl & Sixu Touré
Bandcamp - Hot Mule - Mandinka Dong by Ismaïl & Sixu Touré


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