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Mary Ann Kennedy with Fofoulah in Session

Mary Ann Kennedy presents a selection of music from around the world and a live studio session from London-based quintet Fofoulah.

Mary Ann Kennedy presents a selection of music from across the globe and a live studio session from London-based quintet Fofoulah.

With Senegal's Batch Gueye on vocals and West African percussion from Kaw Secka, plus members of Juju, Robert Plant's Sensational Space Shifters, Irok and Red Snapper, Fofoulah are real mix of genres and cultures yet also very much a product of the melting pot that is the London music scene.

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  • Fofoulah

    Ndagl

  • Jean Elimien

    Toliara

    • Madagascar Feedback.
    • ARC.
    • 15.
  • Les Ambassadeurs Internationaux

    Mana Mana

    • Les Ambassadeurs Du Motel De Bamako.
    • Sterns Music.
    • 007.
  • Aurelio

    Lirun Weyu (Sad Day)

    • Landini.
    • Real World Records.
    • 7.
  • Fofoulah

    Fofoulah Be

  • Fofoulah

    No Troubles (Kelinte)

  • Sväng

    Jeppo!

    • Karja-La.
    • Galileo.
    • 006.
  • Trikitixa Martxa

    Galizako Muiñeirak (feat. Susana Seivane)

    • Galiza.
    • Folmusica.
    • 1.
  • Toumani & Sidiki Diabaté

    Tijaniya

    • Toumani & Sidiki.
    • World Circuit.
    • 007.
  • Make Good (feat. Fofoulah)

  • Reality Rek (feat. Fofoulah)

  • Leveret

    Whitefriar's Hornpipe / Purlongs

    • New Anything.
    • RootBeat Records.
    • 11.
  • Martin & Eliza Carthy

    Waking Dreams (Awake, Awake)

    • The Moral of the Elephant.
    • Topic Records.
    • 007.
  • Veloma (Farewell Song) (World Music Archive) (feat. Justin Vali and Paddy Bush)

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