Here's the runner-up in the enigmatic cover competition.
This great cover doesn't give you an inkling of a clue towards the music on the cassette.
You will never guess that the music is by a Guinean accordionist, by the composer of the track "Autorail", by one of my musical heroes: Petit Moussa.
I am absolutely baffled by this man's music. And I can tell you this doesn't happen easily.
Accompanied by a great guitarist (Petit Mamadi?), an 'old-style' talking griot (Djiba Kamisoko?) and a powerful female singer (Namafa* Dioubaté?) Petit Moussa creates a wondrous world in which a listener can drift away.
Snow in Guinea? Why not!
* I'm not sure about this name. I refer you to the first track.
Nelson Cavaquinho – Nelson CavaquinhoOdeon 1973
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