7 (Zap Mama album)

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7
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Studio album by Zap Mama
Released February 25, 1997
Genre Worldbeat
Length 60:04
Label Luaka Bop, Virgin
Producer Marie Daulne, Yannick Fonderie, Michael Franti
Zap Mama chronology
Sabsylma
(1994)
7
(1997)
A Ma Zone
(1999)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

"Seven", or "7" is the fourth album by Zap Mama, released in 1997 on Luaka Bop Records, a sub-label of Virgin, started by David Byrne of Talking Heads.

Track listing[edit]

  1. Jogging À Tombouctou (Anita Daulne, Bachir Attar, Fadimata Wallet, Mama Camberlin, Marie Daulne, Sabine Kabongo; arr. M. Daulne/S. Kabongo) 4:59
  2. New World (A, Daulne, M. Daulne, U-Roy; arr. JL Daulne, Ange Nawasadio)) 3:15
  3. Baba Hooker (M. Daulne, Michael Franti; arr. M. Daulne, Franti) 5:24
  4. Belgo Zairoise (M. Daulne; arr. M. Daulne, S. Kabongo) 5:22
  5. African Sunset (Alpheus Mnyandu; arr. M. Daulne, S. Kabongo) 4:53
  6. Damn your Eyes (Barbara Myrick, Steve Bogard; arr. A. Daulne, M. Daulne, Aningi, S. Kabongo) 4:07
  7. Poetry Man (Phoebe Snow; arr. Franti) 4:57
  8. Warmth (M. Daulne, Angilique Willkie; arr. M. Daulne) 5:33
  9. Téléphone (M. Daulne, Cecilia Kankonda; arr. A. & M. Daulne) 3:48
  10. Nostalgie Amoureuse (Willkie, M. Daulne; arr. M. Daulne) 5:13
  11. Timidity (M. Daulne, Kabongo, A Horse A Bucket and a Spoon; arr. M. Daulne, S. Kabongo) 3:05
  12. Eie Buma (A. Daulne, M. Daulne; arr. A. & M. Daulne) 3:19
  13. Kesia Yanga (M. Daulne; arr. M. Daulne) 5:23
  14. Illioi (M. Daulne, Willkie; arr. M. Daulne) 5:33

Personnel[edit]

  • Marie Daulne: Lead Vocal, Percussion, Didgeridoo, Guimbri, Shekere (Kashishi)
  • Fatimata Wallet, Mama Camberlin, Sabine Kabongo, Watanga Rema, U-Roy, Michael Franti, Angilique Willkie, Jean-Louis Daulne, Bernadette Aningi, Quental Kesia: Additional Vocals
  • Amanou, Dizzy Mandjeku, David James, Tom Van Stiphout: Guitars
  • Yannic Fonderie, Hans Francken: Keyboards
  • Carl Young: Bass, Keyboards
  • Luk Michiels, Michel Hatzidjordju: Bass (Michiels also played double bass)
  • Vincent Piernes: Double Bass
  • Otti Van Der Werf: Guimbri
  • Charlie Hunter: Harmonica
  • Stephane Galland, Bruno Meeus, Bilou Doneaux: Drums, Percussion
  • Sidiki Diabat: Shekere

Production[edit]

  • Produced By Marie Daulne, Yannick Fonderie & Michael Franti
  • Co-Producers: Anita Daulne & Sabine Kabongo
  • Recorded & Engineered By Mister Big Jo Francken (instruments) & Erwin Autrique (vocals)
  • Mixed By Erwin Autrique, Mister Big Jo Francken & Michael Franti
  • Mastered By Tony Cousins

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