We are looking for people who would like to contribute to the AfricanMusicHub and help build the world-wide community of people who love African Music.
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So what do we offer you?
We'd love to say a big fat salary with all benefits, but unfortunately this is run on a shoe-string budget! However, we do promise that you will gain a lot of kudos and publicity for your contribution. Remember we run the largest African Music Discussion
group and African Music Web Ring (and we are a nice group of people!). Full credit and web-links to your site will be given.
So what are we looking for?
We'll accept writings in English, French and German.
- CD and Cassette Reviews. - Is there a CD or Cassette you just love? Well write a 100-600 page review and tell the world about it!
- Concert Reviews. Just been to a fabulous African Concert, we'll we'd love to hear about, and it would be great to see some photos if you have them.
- Interviews with African Music Artists. Do you know an African Musician or perhaps you want to interview one and post it here. You'll gain them much publicity!
- Your Local African Music Scene. Tell us about your local scene, the clubs, the concert halls, the artists.
African Music Photographs. Are you a photographer, what about posting a gallery of photos here? Perhaps thumb-nail post of your gallery?
Are you an Artist? What about publishing a thumb-nail gallery of your work ?
Graphics and Technical
Are you a graphic artist? Can you design good web graphics? Graphics that fit with the theme of this site gratefully received.
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Baaba Maal Missing You (Mi Yeewnii)
Missing You…Mi Yeewnii (pronounced - Me U-knee), is a return to the roots and foundation of master musician Baaba Maal. Recorded after dark in the village of Nbunk, Senegal, this recording captures the essence of “acoustic Africa,” with remnants of crickets and African
village life finding their way onto tape.
Eleven great songs featuring musicians such as Kante Manfila, Mansour Seck, Chris Franck (Da Lata), Kaouding Cissokho, Roberto Cuao Riviera and Janio Coronado (Sidestepper), Missing You
The collection of songs on Missing You were composed
on acoustic guitar and, throughout the recording, Baaba maintains the songs’ origins. In addition to the use of the instruments indigenous to Senegal, this offering includes many instruments that are represented in traditional music throughout West Africa.