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V/A – Oté Maloya: The Birth Of Electric Maloya on Réunion Island 1975-1986 – 2LP

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V/A – Oté Maloya: The Birth Of Electric Maloya on Réunion Island 1975-1986 – 2LP

29.00

Strut


Strut present a brand new compilation documenting the groundbreaking maloya scene on Réunion Island from the mid-‘70s, as Western instrumentation joined traditional Malagasy, African and Indian acoustic instruments to spark a whole era of new fusions and creativity. Compiled by Réunionese DJ duo La Basse Tropicale, “Oté Maloya” is out now on CD and LP as well as digital formats.  The CD and LP versions include an extensive booklet  featuring the history of maloya by Nathalie Valentine Legros of 7 Lames Lamer.

“Oté Maloya” tells the story of this fertile period in Réunion Island music for the first time and features the full spectrum of maloya styles. From Caméléon’s genius to the teenage Michou’s classic “Maloya Ton Tisane”, Daniel Sandié’s breakbeat sleeper “Défoule 3e Age” and more traditional styles from Maxime Lahope and Pierrot Vidot, this is an essential trip through a lost era of Indian Ocean blues and soul. ‘It follows up last year’s acclaimed  release “Soul Sok Séga” on Strut.

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Strut present a brand new compilation documenting the groundbreaking maloya scene on Réunion Island from the mid-‘70s, as Western instrumentation joined traditional Malagasy, African and Indian acoustic instruments to spark a whole era of new fusions and creativity. Compiled by Réunionese DJ duo La Basse Tropicale, “Oté Maloya” is out now on CD and LP as well as digital formats.  The CD and LP versions include an extensive booklet  featuring the history of maloya by Nathalie Valentine Legros of 7 Lames Lamer.

“Oté Maloya” tells the story of this fertile period in Réunion Island music for the first time and features the full spectrum of maloya styles. From Caméléon’s genius to the teenage Michou’s classic “Maloya Ton Tisane”, Daniel Sandié’s breakbeat sleeper “Défoule 3e Age” and more traditional styles from Maxime Lahope and Pierrot Vidot, this is an essential trip through a lost era of Indian Ocean blues and soul. ‘It follows up last year’s acclaimed  release “Soul Sok Séga” on Strut.

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Weight 450 g
Dimensions 32 x 0.5 x 32 cm
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