Jean Claude Bamogo Panaki Panazoe Mix 2

*—Focus tracks

Here is a late period album of intricately rendered dance jams and low-key phone-ins from Burkina Faso’s Jean Claude Bamogo (who was in old school awesome band l’Orchestra Super Volta). It is what it is, even legends don’t make 100% perfect tapes. The good tracks are really good.


Jean Claude Bamogo Panaki Panazoe Mix 2

Face A

Ting-Tang *


Tinga Nooma

Laalé *

Face B

Mam Nonga Foo

Panaki panazoe *


Panaki panazoe


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August 28, 2012 at 9:13 am

thank you, track number 5 has no correct link.

Brian Shimkovitzreply
August 28, 2012 at 9:25 am

oh thanks, fixed it!

August 29, 2012 at 9:13 am


Thank you so much for this amazing site ! I really love african music and that’s a blessing !

Cheers from France !

Nelson M.reply
August 31, 2015 at 4:07 am

Hello!! First, congrats for all the work you´ve developed in showing to people the music made in Africa a long time ago. I have a project that has the same purpose, but like we don’t have money to travel :), we buy records and produce party’s of African 70´s and 80´s music. Like you we played in Sines in 2011 and 2012, but this year couldn’t go there to listen to your gig.
But i´m sending this mail to ask if you released this tape in vinyl, or if you will release it, i love it, especially Ting-Tang!!! Thanks and keep it up!! Cheers from Portugal.

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