Salif Keita's done it, and here Youssou N'Dour's at it - which proves to be no bad thing. His recent output has been quite schizophrenic, divided between albums aimed at a Western audience and those for his native Senegal, with the more hardcore m'balax sound that made him popular in the first place reserved for the African releases.
- - Nothing's in Vain (Coono Du Réér). rekk" (with Le Super Etoile). Youssou N'Dour video interview Visions of Youssou N'Dour on Stock Exchange of Visions. Youssou N'Dour at IntraHealth Open, featuring N'Dour's track "Wake Up (It's Africa Calling)".
Nothing's in Vain (Coono du Réér). Nothing's in Vain (Coono du Réér) Tracklist. 3. Li Ma Weesu Lyrics.
The album re-establishes N'Dour as one of the great singers, not just of Africa but the world, with songs that range from the thoughtful and reflective to the stirring and passionate. But as ever, there are surprises. Tan Bi and Li Ma Weesu are among the best recordings of his career, and the cover of Georges Brassens's Il n'y a pas d'Amour Heureux shows he can switch with ease to classic accordion-backed French chanson. What a pity it all ends with an uninspired excursion into western pop and the slushy Africa Dream Again.
Tracklist: 01. Tan Bi (Heat, Breeze, Tenderness) (04:00) 02. Moor Ndaje (Mr. Everywhere) (04:15) 03. Li Ma Weesu (As in a Mirror) (03:55) 04. Genne (For Those Displaced) (04:09) 05. La Femme Est l'Avenir de l'Amour (Women Are the Future of Love) (03:51) 06. Mbeggeel Noonu La (Because Love's Like That) (04:59) 0. .
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Senegalese singer/songwriter Youssou N'Dour has created a particularly beautiful and heartwarming set with Nothing's in Vain. One of the principal auteurs of the high-energy Mbalax sound, N'Dour operates a bit under that fever pitch on these tunes, though the rhythmic elements of Mbalax remain very much in play here. Every song is translated into English in the liner notes, providing the clue we need regarding the elegance and diversity of his lyrics. There's limited recourse to Western instruments on these tracks
|1||Tan Bi (Heat, Breeze, Tenderness)||3:59|
|2||Moor Ndaje (Mr. Everywhere)||4:15|
|3||Li Ma Weesu (As In A Mirror)||3:54|
|4||Genné (For Those Displaced)||4:09|
|5||La Femme Est L'avenir De L'amour (Women Are The Future Of Love)||3:51|
|6||Mbëggéél Noonu La (Because Love's Like That)||4:59|
|7||Il N'y A Pas D'amour Heureux (There Is No Happy Love)||2:15|
|8||Sagal Ko (Honor Her)||3:36|
|9||C'est L'amour (It's Love)||3:43|
|10||Doole (Show Your True Mettle)||5:50|
|11||So Many Men||5:14|
|12||Yaru (The Makings Of Respect)||4:15|
|13||Africa, Dream Again||3:13|
|79654-2||Youssou N'Dour||Nothing's In Vain (Coono Du Réér) (CD, Album)||Nonesuch||79654-2||US||2002|
|7559-79663-2||Youssou N'Dour||Nothing's In Vain (Coono Du Réér) (CD, Album)||Nonesuch||7559-79663-2||Germany||2002|
|PRCD 300780||Youssou N'Dour||Nothing's In Vain (Thiono Du Réér) (CD, Album, Promo)||Nonesuch||PRCD 300780||US||2002|
|none||Youssou N'Dour||Coono Du Reer (CD, Album)||Jololi||none||Senegal||2002|
|7559-79654-2||Youssou N'Dour||Nothing's In Vain (Coono Du Réér) (CD, Album)||Nonesuch||7559-79654-2||Europe||2002|