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There are a lot more albums. I added a couple, if you can find more... HichamVanborm 00:01, 11 September 2006 (UTC) Yeah, he was also on the Ali movie sound track - i think he did the theme song 220.127.116.11 13:18, 13 September 2006 (UTC)
Does anyone happen to have lyrics for his albums? I can't seem to find any online, either English or French websites yield nothing. :-( Chris 14:25, 22 November 2006 (UTC)
There is also another one album with four cd's and it's called "H Pentatonia ths Hpeirou"with traditional greek songs.it's not only an album,comes with 2 books and a cd-rom.Salif worked with the greatest greek,sound engineer Akis Golfidis,and one of the best in the history of music and sound.search for the song 'Menousis'.the other cd's you won't find them,it's a huge masterpiece,600 people worked from 1987 to 1998.record guiness awarded it for 4 subjects,and several univercities in USA(Berkeley,columbia,harvard,others) added the books and the cd's to their lessosns.that's all folks..
The link to 'Les Ambassadeurs' in the article goes to a page about a restaurant in Paris whereas, off course, Les Ambassaduers is (was) a band. If I knew how to change the link, I would. But I don't, so I didn't. Sorry.
FPB 08:51, 4 May 2007 (UTC)FPB
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Human rights activities
The article is missing something about his strong engagment in fighting the ritual killings (muti) of People who are suffering from albinism in Africa.-- 18.104.22.168 (talk) 17:54, 8 March 2012 (UTC)
- Please feel free to go ahead and add the missing content. The Wall Street Journal did a piece about this. Here's a reprint. Sean.hoyland - talk 18:08, 8 March 2012 (UTC)
Early Life: Royal Lineage/Self Exile
I just read at RFI music's biography page for Selif that the reason for his self imposed exile from his childhood community was because of his choosing a singing career estranged him from his family and made antisocial and even dangerous to remain in his homeland. Apparently as a descendant of the dynastic founder of Mali, Sundaita Keita singing is a forbidden occupation one reserved for the griot class. This wikipedia article is saying he left because of his albinism. While it obviously made his early life hard and isolated it doesn't look like this was his primary reason for leaving his home county according to the RFI biography. http://www.rfimusic.com/artist/world-music/salif-keita/biography Its a bio I personally suspect the man himself may have helped to produce because its so detailed in facts that one could get only from the artist himself, a very thorough series of interviews/discussion, or perhaps a journal some kind. Also the Emi music source target for this "exiled for albinism claim" is a web page that has been removed from the web. SoNetMedia's Alfred O. Mega (talk) 01:18, 23 July 2016 (UTC)