Florence Adooni & Erobique

Mam Tola


German artist Erobique, known for his improvisational spirit and irresistible disco anthems, visited drummer and producer Max Weissenfeldt in his Ghana-based Joy Sound Studios. Erobique immediately teamed up with the local musicians to cut some tracks.

Together with Philophon artist Florence Adooni, he created the catchy tune "Mam Tola", which Florence sings in her mother tongue Frafra. The swaying and swinging outcome is an example par excellence of Afro Soul.

On "Bach in Afrika" you hear Erobique how he converts some deep down Kumasi-style drum and bass jam into a frenetic Baroque ceremony by masterfully operating the Hammond "Extra Voice" with some reminiscence of J.S. Bach.

Mam Tola 02:55


A: Florence Adooni & Erobique
Mam Tola

Florence Adooni - Vocals
Erobique - Organ, Synthesizer
Akule Pepe - Guitar
Muggy Whitefield - Drums, Percussion

B: Erobique
Bach in Afrika

Erobique - Organ, Synthesizer
Osei Tutu - Bass-Synthesizer
Kung Fu Andoh - Drums

Recorded, Mixed and Mastered by Max Weissenfeldt
at Joy Sound Studios, Kumasi
Additional recordings on „Mam Tola“ by Carsten Meyer at Carsten Meyer, Hamburg
Vinyl Cut by Jukka Sarapää at Timmions Cuttings, Helsinki
Photos by Anne Backhaus (Mam Tola) and Carsten Meyer (Bach in Afrika)
Cover by Carsten Meyer
Graphics by Jana Weiz, Berlin
Product Management by Oscar at HWC, Berlin

Executive Producer: Max Weissenfeldt

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