EtE by Baka Beyond, released 01 May 2001 1. Jali 2. Anye Mi 3. Bwambwa 4. Nafoulo 5. EtE 6. Wasso 7. Kapetia 8. Fula Melodies to touch the heart, rhythms to touch the feet and virtuoso performances on balafon (African xylophone), kora (African harp), guitar and mandolin as well as a range of percussion instruments. Since 1999 Martin Cradick (UK), Nii Tagoe (Ghana) and Seckou Keita (Senegal) have all played together in the internationally acclaimed Baka Beyond . Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
BPM Profile Ete. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Baka Beyond. Baka Beyond the Forest.
Baka Beyond Presents Ete. 2002.
Listen free to Baka Beyond – Ete (Jali, Anye Mi and more). 3 members of Baka Beyond recorded this album in 2002. Martin Cradick (from UK) arranged and produced the songs, also playing guitar and mandolin. Nii Tagoe (from Ghana) plays various percussion instruments and the Ghanaian balafon. Seckou Keita plays kora and djembe. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last.
Baka Beyond is a world music group formed in 1992 with members from a wide variety of backgrounds and cultures, fusing Celtic and other western music styles with traditional Baka music from Cameroon. Baka Beyond began in 1992, when vocalist Su Hart and her partner – guitar, mandolin and bouzouki player Martin Cradick (formerly of the group Outback) travelled to south-east Cameroon to live with the Baka tribe (hunter-gatherer Pygmies) in the rainforest and record their music
Baka Beyond is a world music group formed in 1992 with members from a wide variety of backgrounds and cultures, fusing Celtic and other western music styles with traditional Baka music from Cameroon. It was in 1992 that musicians Su Hart and Martin Cradick (formerly of the group Outback) travelled to south-east Cameroon to live with the Baka tribe in their natural rainforest environment.
Midwest Record Baka Beyond the Forest - (MAHA CD28) - 2009 Martin Cradick weaves his magic spell again with the Baka music of the Cameroon rainforest.
This is the latest fruit of a remarkable collaboration between sound recordist Martin Craddick, his singer wife Su Hart, and the Baka pygmies of Cameroon. Setting up a studio in the jungle, they have recorded the songs which are part of the pygmies' daily routine: in this case the women's yodelling, designed to bring good fortune in the hunt. Back home, they have deconstructed the results, and given some of the vocal lines to bass and guitar. The result has more than a touch of reggae. Pick of the album: Dream along to 'Nahwia's Dream'. We’ll tell you what’s true.