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African Revolution

Tiken Jah Fakoly

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Fantastic... as one was expect!

Tiken has once again produced an album full of meaning and fantastic melodies... Chapeau bas Sir

12 songs...

I love the album and all the other Tiken albums - But I don't understand why there is only 12 songs in this iTunes version? My friend has the same album, with 14 songs! I feel upset that I missed out on two great songs just by buying the album on iTunes?!? Can somebody explain?!? The songs missing are the two great songs:

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Born: 23 June 1968 in Odienné, Ivory Coast

Genre: World

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

In the tradition of Bob Marley, Alpha Blondy, and his African griot caste, Tiken Jah Fakoly emerged in the late '90s as Africa's premier social critic through reggae. Born Doumbia Moussa Fakoly (June 23, 1968) into a family of musicians and oral historians known as griots, a role honored throughout Africa, Fakoly took an earnest interest in reggae as a boy growing up in the town of Odienné on the northern slope of the Ivory Coast. He formed his first group in 1987, giving them the name "Djelys,"...
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