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Bembeya Jazz National - The Syliphone Years (Hits And Rare Recordings) Album

Bembeya Jazz National - The Syliphone Years (Hits And Rare Recordings) Album

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Interprète: Bembeya Jazz National
Titre: The Syliphone Years (Hits And Rare Recordings)
Pays: Europe
Publié sur: 2007
Style: African
Category: Folklorique
Classement: 4.0
Catalogue #: STCD3029-30
Label: Stern's Music


2République Guinée5:08
4Mami Wati7:30
5Super Tentemba14:15
6Sabor De Guajira4:49
7Sina Mousso9:25
8Dembaty Galant3:09
10Air Guinée3:21
11Guinée Hety Horémoun4:33
16Camera Mousso4:31
17Petit Sékou5:59
20Armée Guinéenne3:57
23Dya Dya7:12
26Montuno De La Sierra3:55
27Doni Doni4:33


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
STCD 3021-22Bembeya Jazz National The Syliphone Years ‎(2xCD, Comp)Stern's AfricaSTCD 3021-22UK2004


  • Bass, LeaderHamidou Diaoune
  • Composed By, Lyrics ByBembeya Jazz
  • CongasSiaka Diabaté
  • DesignDarren Rumney
  • DrumsMory "Mangala" Condé
  • Lead GuitarSekou "Bembeya" Diabate Aka "Diamonds Fingers"
  • Liner NotesGraeme Counsel
  • Liner Notes [French Translation]Simon Veyssiere
  • OrchestraBembeya Jazz National
  • Rhythm GuitarMamadou "Vieux" Camara
  • Tenor SaxophoneBangaly "Gros Bois" Traoré
  • Tenor Saxophone, Soprano SaxophoneClément Dorego
  • TrumpetMohamed "Achken" Kaba, Sékou "Le Growl" Camara
  • VocalsAboubacar Demba Camara
  • Vocals, MaracasSalifou Kaba


1-1, 1-2 from 45 rpm single "République Guinée" (SYL503) ℗ 1969
1-3 from 45rpm single "Armée Guinéenne" (SYL504) ℗ 1969
1-4 from 45rpm single "Minuit" (SYL509) ℗ 1969
1-5 to 1-7 from LP "Bembeya Jazz National" (SLP4) ℗ 1967
1-8 from 45 rpm single "N'wato M'Barate" (SYL510) ℗ 1969
1-9 from 45 rpm single "Waraba" (SYL518) ℗ 1970
1-10 from 45 rpm single "Bembeyako" (SYL521) ℗ 1970
1-11 from 45 rpm single "Festival National" (SYL528) ℗ 1971
1-12 from 45 rpm single "Camera Mousso" (SYL530) ℗ 1971
1-13 from 45 rpm single "Super Tentemba" (SYL554) ℗ 1973
1-14 from 45 rpm single "Mami Wati" (SYL556) ℗ 1973
1-15 from 45 rpm single "Senero" (SYL563) ℗ 1973
2-1 from LP "Guinée An X" (SLP8) ℗ 1968
2-2 from LP "Guinée An XI" (SLP15) ℗ 1970
2-3 to 2-5 from LP "Authenticité 73 - Parade Africaine" (SLP39) ℗ 1973
2-6 from LP "Mémoire de Aboubacar Demba Camara" (SLP44) ℗ 1974
2-7 to 2-9 from LP "Le Défi" (SLP59) ℗ 1976
2-10 to 2-12 from LP "Discothèque 76" (SLP66) ℗ 1977

This compilation © 2007 Sterns Music ℗ 2007 Sterns Africa
Made in UK.
Comes in a boxset which includes 2 CDs in slim jewel cases and a 44-page booklet with extensive liner notes in English and French, photos and original record covers.


  • Barcode (Text): 7 40042 30292 1
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 1): HIZ STCD3029_30
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 2): HIZ STCD3029_30-2
  • Mastering SID Code (CD 1 & 2): IFPI LP76
  • Mould SID Code (CD 1 & 2): none
  • Label Code: LC 15328
  • Other (Cat. # CD 1): STCD3029
  • Other (Cat. # CD 2): STCD3030


  • Licensed From – Syllart Productions
  • Published By – Editions Syliphone Conakry
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Stern's Africa
  • Copyright (c) – Stern's Music



Bembeya Jazz National originally known as Orchestre de Beyla is a Guinean jazz group that gained fame in the 1960s for their Afropop rhythms. They are considered one of the most significant bands in Guinean music. Many of their recordings are based on traditional folk music in the country and have been fused with jazz and Afropop style. Featuring guitarist Sekou Diamond Fingers Diabaté, who grew up in a traditional griot musical family, the band won over fans in Conakry, Guinea's capital city. Текст песни: Dream and live forever immortality, a life devoid of suffering losing myself in the incorporeal aspirations and 2007 15 Songs. More by Bembeya Jazz National. 10 ans de succès. Parade africaine. Bembeya Jazz National. Regard sur le passé : Le premier grand concert musical guinéen. Étape nouvelle : Concert agression Live au Stade Modibo Keita à Bamako - EP. Featured On. Vampire Weekend: Influences. Syliphone was the national record company established in 1959 by the government of the newly independent West African nation, Guinea. Its purpose was twofold: the preserve the country's wealth of traditional music and to promote musical creativity in a modern yet distinctively Guinean milieu. By the time the record company closed in the 1980s, it had built a treasure trove of great recordings. For this album Guinean music experts Paul Hayward and Graeme Counsel have collected 27 tracks recorded during the remarkably fecund ten years from 1967 and 1977, when Bembeya Jazz National was the top band in Guinea. This double-CD set contains their best singles from the 1960s and '70s plus some rare music previously unavailable in any format. The Cuban influence is evident on some of the tracks, but Bembeya Jazz blended this with indigenous styles to create a unique take all their own. All of this music was recorded on Guinea's legendary Syliphone label. The sound quality is quite good given that some of the tracks are vinyl transfers since the 45 rpm master tapes have been lost. Super Tentemba. The Syliphone Years: Hits and Rare Recordings, Vol 1. IDOL Distribution от лица компании Syllart Records и другие авторские общества 5. Язык: Русский. Страна: США. Keane Everybody's Changing. Maximum Rock Hits. Jessie J Price Tag feat. Listen to music from Bembeya Jazz National like Petit Sékou, Armée guinéenne & more. Featuring guitarist Sekou 'Diamond Fingers'Listen to music from Bembeya Jazz National like Petit Sékou, Armée guinéenne & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Bembeya Jazz National. Featuring guitarist Sekou 'Diamond Fingers' read more. embed . Get the embed code. Bembeya Jazz National Lyrics provided by . Do you like this album Leave a review