Philippe Henry Appears on
||Sao Vicente CD (2001)
Philippe Henry CD discography SAO VICENTE was nominated for the 2002 Grammy Award for Best World Music Album.
Cesaria Evora, who at times has been referred to as a new Edith Piaf, turns in another masterful album with her first ...
||Innovation CD (2012) |
Philippe Henry discography Liner Note Author: Florent Mazzoleni.
Recording information: Studio Pantin; Studio Soyouz, Paris, France.
Arranger: Manu Lima.
Personnel: Sekouba Bambino (vocals); Hadja Maningbe, Amy Bamba, Julia Sarr (vocals); Djekoria Mory Kanté, Manu Lima, Thierry Delaunay, Mamadi Kouyaté (guitar); Jimmy ...
||Sinikan CD (2002) |
Philippe Henry albums Bembeya Jazz vocalist Sekouba Bambino continues his ongoing quest to follow the musical model of Salif Keita's epochal Soro. And guess what? He nailed it this time. Sinikan is a rootsier version of Kassa and ...
||One Step Forward CD (2003)
Philippe Henry discography Principally recorded at Twin, Paris, France; La Ka, Marseille, France; Electric Lady Studios, New York, New York; Sony Music Studios, London, England.
"J'veux D'la Musique" was nominated for the 2004 Grammy Award for Best Urban/Alternative Performance.
||Emigrante CD (2002)
Philippe Henry albums EMIGRANTE won the 2003 Latin Grammy Award for Best Rap/Hip-Hop Album. The album was also nominated for the 2003 Grammy Award for Best Latin Rock/Alternative Album.
On EMIGRANTE, Latin hip-hop crew Orishas serves up a heady ...
||Africanism III CD (2005) |
Philippe Henry CD discography Audio Mixer: Bob Sinclar.
Audio Remixers: Klement Bonelli; Bob Sinclar.
Recording information: ArtDam Studio (03/2004-01/2005).
Personnel: Marie-Paule Tribord, Yvan Voice, Valerie Tribord (vocals, background vocals); J. Mi Sissoko, Roland Richards, Ben Onono (vocals); David Caroppo, Thomas Naïm, Marcello ...
||Bailar la Rumba CD |
Philippe Henry music CDs 1999 release from the Venezuelan bandleader and vibraphone player. The salsa-descarga-jazz features legendary Cuban pianist Alfredo Rodriguez (Cubanismo, Juan Pablo Torres, Patato etc.) as well as the top-pick percussionist Orlando Poleo.
Liner Note Author: Franklin Veloz.
||Jose Rebus CD (1997) |
Philippe Henry songs Personnel: Nicolas Gueret (saxophone); Philippe Henry (trombone).
||C'est La Vie CD (1998)
Philippe Henry CD discography When the subject of Cameroon's modern pop of the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s comes up, the styles that immediately come to mind are zouk, makossa and so-called "Bikutsi rock" -- all of them fast, dance-oriented ...
||Roots Connections CD (1999) |
Philippe Henry music CDs Recording information: Studio de La Seine.
Personnel: Nicolas Gueret (saxophone); Philippe Henry (trombone); Richacha (drums).
||Sonandolo CD (1997) |
Philippe Henry songs Photographer: N'Diagné Adechoubou.
Personnel: Jacques Djeyim, Kouadio Briscard, Rigo Star (guitar); Nicolas Gueret (clarinet, saxophone); Christophe Dutray (trumpet); Philippe Henry (trombone); Thierry Galion, Frédéric Doumbé, Ernest Mvouama (programming).
Recording information: Studio De La Madeleine.
||Tsuketani CD (2001) |
Philippe Henry albums A nice album of what's essentially Afro-pop at the instrumental core, with some extraordinarily slick Portuguese vocals laid over the top. The guitars and horn section provide a catchy run of riffs. The keyboard players ...
||Exsina CD (1999) |
Philippe Henry music CDs Arranger: Yves N'Djock.
Personnel: Yves N'Djock (guitar, keyboards); Nicolas Gueret (saxophone); Christophe Dutray (trumpet, horns); Philippe Henry (trombone); Dauda Faye (percussion).
Recording information: Bastille Studio.
||Victoire CD (2001) |
Recording information: Studio ADS; Studio EMI; Studio Mega; Studio Plus XXX; Studio Rorsach A Bristol.
Arrangers: Tim Saul; Simon Andrieux; Tyrone Downie.
Personnel: Xavier Derouin, Tony Remy (guitar); Karen Brunon (violin); Nicolas Gueret (flute, saxophone); Christophe Dutray, ...
||Mentalite Africaine CD (2007) |
Prince Eyango emerged from the African music scene in the late '80s to become one of the continent's most popular musicians. Born in a rural, mountainous region of Cameroon, far from the center of African pop music, Prince Eyango's talents were recognized at the age of seven when he began singing in the church where his father was a pastor. In addition to singing, by the time he was 17 he had mastered the intricate arpeggio guitar style practiced in Cameroon, and was already turning his attention towards updating makossa, ...