Malavoi ‎– La Case A Lucie (1986 LP/FLAC) In 24bit/96kHz

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Malavoi ‎– La Case A Lucie (1986 LP/FLAC) In 24bit/96kHz

Malavoi ‎– La Case A Lucie
Vinyl | CUE | FLAC | Tags | Full LP Cover (1:1) | 24bit/96kHz: 734mb
Genre: Zouk-Caribbean | Label: Blue Silver / 8221 | Release: 1986
Malavoi ‎– La Case A Lucie (1986 LP/FLAC) In 24bit/96kHz

Malavoi ‎– La Case A Lucie (1986 LP/FLAC) In 24bit/96kHz

Malavoi ‎– La Case A Lucie (1986 LP/FLAC) In 24bit/96kHz

Side 1
1 Sidonie 5:08
2 Apre La Pli 4:46
3 La Case A Lucie 4:50
Side 2
1 Apartheid 4:32
2 Sport National 4:44
3 Gens Moin 4:51
4 Atlantik 4:30

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Malavoi's first album was Malavoi, released in 1978 and featuring singer Ralph Thamar. The band broke up soon after, however, and didn't perform again until re-uniting under Rosine's leadership in 1981. Rosine greatly expanded the fiddle section, first to ten performers, then down to four with Philippe Porry taking over for Dantin, and also added Jean-José Lagier on cello. Malavoi's fame soon spread across the Caribbean and abroad with the 1983 album Zouel, featuring Thamar on vocals along with Marie-José Alie. They played at the Printemps de Bourges in 1983 and at the Caribbean festival in Cartagena, and won the Caribbean music prize, the Maracas d'Or, as well as scoring the film Rue Case Nègres.
They continued touring widely into the late 1980s, in the United States, France, Japan, Russia, Brazil, Canada and Ecuador. Thamar was replaced by Pipo Gertrude in 1988. In the early 1990s, the band's popularity continued to grow, and the membership expanded with the addition of singer Tony Chasseur. Their 1992 Matebis included collaborations with numerous Caribbean musicians, including Jocelyne Béroard, Bethova Obas, Kali, Edith Lefel and Tanya Saint-Val.
Malavoi's leader, Paulo Rosine, died in 1993. He was replaced by José Privat, while two French violinists, Jean-Luc Pino and Daniel Dato, also joined; the band's leader became Jean-Paul Soïme.
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