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Sam Mangwana - Cantos De Esperança Album

Sam Mangwana - Cantos De Esperança Album
Performer: Sam Mangwana
Title: Cantos De Esperança
Country: France
Style:African, Rumba
Released: 2003
Catalog number: CDS 9106
Label: Next Music
MP3 album szie: 2351 mb
FLAC album size: 2179 mb

Tracklist

1Hassabia
Bass, Guitar – Vincent HamamdjianGuitar – Dizzy MandjekuKeyboards – Vincent BruleyPercussion – Orlando PoleoWritten-By – Mangwana
3:50
2Amor De Guatemala
Backing Vocals – Hawa Maïga, Denise Sauron, Samuel MangwanaBass, Guitar – Vincent HamamdjianGuitar – Dizzy MandjekuPercussion – Orlando PoleoWritten-By – Mangwana
4:16
3Papa Bonbon
Bass – Miguel YambaDrums – Juju MusicGuitar – Dizzy MandjekuGuitar [Ambiance Makossa] – Jacques DjeyimWritten-By – Mangwana
5:37
4Une Peur D'Enfant
Backing Vocals – Hawa Maïga, Denise SauronBass, Guitar – Vincent HamamdjianGuitar, Tres – Dizzy MandjekuPercussion – Orlando PoleoViola – Diederik SuysWritten-By – Koko Ouadjah, Vincent Hamamdjian
3:50
5Cantos De Esperança
Accordion – Gilles VilleroyBass, Guitar, Vocals [Animation], Handclaps, Written-By – Vincent HamamdjianGuitar, Tres – Dizzy MandjekuPercussion – Orlando PoleoVocals [Animation], Handclaps – Daphnée, Miguel Yamba, Samuel Mangwana, Vincent BruleyWritten-By – Mangwana
3:23
6Faty
Accordion – Gilles VilleroyBacking Vocals – Hawa Maïga, Denise Sauron, Samuel MangwanaBass, Guitar – Vincent HamamdjianGuitar – Dizzy MandjekuPercussion – Orlando PoleoWritten-By – Empompo Loway, Mangwana
4:52
7Comite Ya Bantous
Backing Vocals – Hawa Maïga, Denise Sauron, Samuel MangwanaBass – Vincent HamamdjianFlute – Alain HatotGuitar, Tres – Dizzy MandjekuPercussion – Orlando PoleoTrumpet – Christian MartinezViolin – Diederik SuysWritten-By – Célestin N'Kouka
4:54
8Galo Negro
Accordion – Gilles VilleroyBacking Vocals – Hawa Maïga, Denise SauronBass, Guitar – Vincent HamamdjianGuitar – Dizzy MandjekuPercussion – Orlando PoleoWritten-By – Papa Noël Nedulé Montswet, Mangwana
4:48
9Kale Catho
Bass, Guitar – Vincent HamamdjianGuitar – Dizzy MandjekuPercussion – Orlando PoleoSaxophone – Alain HatotViolin – Diederik SuysWritten-By – Joseph Kabasélé "Kalé"
4:19
10Visa Ya Lola
Bass – Miguel YambaDrums – Juju MusicPercussion – Samuel MangwanaVocals [Second Voice] – Toto Dogbé SylvanusWritten-By – MangwanaWritten-By, Guitar – Dizzy Mandjeku
6:37

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneSam Mangwana Cantos De Esperança ‎(CD, Album, Promo, Car)Next MusicnoneFrance2003

Credits

  • Artwork By – Human Do Design
  • Executive Producer [For Next Music] – Chebli
  • Lead Vocals, Executive ProducerSam Mangwana
  • Mastered ByDavid Anquetin
  • Photography [Background] – Jean-Luc Manaud
  • Photography [Sam Mangwana] – Albert Vo Van Tao
  • Producer [Realization]Vincent Hamamdjian
  • Recorded By, Mixed ByVincent Bruley

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 3252411910653

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