Details | JabaheeIn 10 new songs for children narrating fables and tales of the griots from Ghana, the ensemble Adesa tries to answer questions, such as 'Why do crocodiles not eat chicken?' or 'Why is the Jabahee bird always flying to Africa during winter?'
Played on traditional instruments such as calabashes, the luth korlegonor, balafon, violin Gonje, guitar, bass, drums and African percussions, this album takes the children into the mystical and exciting world of the wise griots of West Africa!

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Details | Traumreise nach AfrikaStorytelling African songs and drum school for children.
On this CD Adesa introduces the Griot tradition of the Ga community in the South of Ghana to European children (in German language), the spiritual background and the meaning of drumming through stories and myths. In the 2nd part of the CD the children listen to Ghanaen songs for kids and learn different rhythms of drumming.

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Details | OlololaleAfrican football songs
Original compositions by Adesa played with traditional instruments and remix versions for dance floors

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Details | AkomaOn 'Akoma' we listen to the consistent results of the group's spiritual journey through music and art. They take us through a great variety of musical atmospheres - from the rough sounds melting between the buildings and streets of the big cities, to the Atlantic coast and the animals of the wild steppe.
'...A round thing that carries fruits: Adesa, Akoma.' (JazzThetik /D)

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Details | BlemaheThis album presents a choice of re-arranged traditional Ghanaen rhythms and own compositions of Adesa’s rich live repertoire performed during their extensive tours in Europe and beyond.
'This band can easily hold its own among internationally recognized acts, and proves that excellent Afropop doesn`t just come from France anymore, but is becoming more and more outstanding in Germany as well.' (Hanfblatt/D)

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Details | BelieverThe wide repertory of this CD reflects the great diversity of the West African culture, one of the oldest in the world. The traditional and modern music of Adesa and the way they use their instruments confronts and connects the people, Africa and Europe, history and present time. But the view is always directed to the African roots.
'The rhythm is the shock which generates the good vibration; it`s the spiritual power that touches us deeply at our roots as human beings.' (Adesa)

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