O Ju-Ju - Justin Adams & Juldeh Camara
Justin Adams and Juldeh Camara’s three albums have proven connection nejvýbušnějšího from British guitarist Justin Adams (ex-Robert Plant) with Juldeh Camara, the singer from Gambia and the African player of the violin Ritt.
“Transovní African rhythms associated with Led Zeppelin, The Doors and The Prodigy,” writes the British press. His third album, the group filmed at Real World studios from one water live, concert full of energy ran into the recording, which is again a great document of how the band sounds on stage. JuJu, recently acting only as a trio, and drummer exchanged gained bass, fuller sound at the same time showcases Adams' guitar solo, which is short, not only between Africa and Led Zeppelinskou spark, but also psychedelia at its best sense.
Justin Adams has a reputation of one of the most original and innovative guitarists of England. His career ranges from punk roots to desert blues Tinariwen, which created the album as a producer, as well as Robert Plant, Peter Gabriel and Jah Wobble, with whom he played.
Juldeh Camara, the singer gambijských epics, a member of an elite caste of musicians called the word Griot, lived for years in England, where he works with top jazz musicians and rockers. Master violin Ritt, which he learned from his blind father, said the teachers were African jinn.