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Imidiwan: Companions
13 Oct 2009
Electric Blues, Folk, African
MP3 archive size:
1838 mb
FLAC archive size:
2891 mb


1Tahult In4:08
3Assuf Ag Assuf4:51
4Desert Wind4:20
5Imazeghen N Adagh3:44
6Imidiwan Afrik Temdam3:30
7Kel Tamashek3:14
8Enseqi Ehad Didagh5:38
9Tenalle Chegret5:41
11Tamodjerazt Assis4:49
14Ere Tasfata Adounia4:53


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ISOM78CDTinariwen Imidiwan: Companions ‎(CD, Album + DVD)IndependienteISOM78CDUK2009
ISOM78CDSTinariwen Imidiwan: Companions ‎(CD, Album)IndependienteISOM78CDSUK2009
5321650Tinariwen Imidiwan: Companions ‎(CD, Album + DVD)Independiente, AZ5321650France2009
FM039Tinariwen Imidiwan: Companions ‎(CD, Album + DVD)Filter Music , IndependienteFM039AustraliaUnknown
noneTinariwen Imidiwan: Companions ‎(CDr, Album, Promo, Wat)Not On LabelnoneUK2009


  • DesignGros & Détails, Seb Merlet
  • Engineer [Assistant]Mohammed , Mustapha Aka 'Jean-Mustapha'
  • Executive Producer – Andy Morgan, Bastien Gsell
  • Mastered ByTim Oliver
  • Mixed ByDavid Odlum, Jean-Paul Romann
  • Photography By [Booklet]Hamed Askari
  • Photography By [Front Cover]Jean-Paul Romann
  • Photography By [Inside Flap & Interior]Nadia Nid El Mourid
  • Producer, EngineerJean-Paul Romann


Includes a DVD with Imidiwan: Companions, a film by Jessy Nottola (30'44). NTSC and all regions.

Recorded in Tessalit, Mali, southern Sahara desert.
Mixed at Black Box Studios, Angers, France.
Mastering at Top Cat Mastering, Bath, UK.

℗ 2009 Worldvillage
℗ & © 2009 Independente Ltd


  • Barcode: 600753216507
  • Matrix / Runout: 06007 532 172-2 01 + 52400479
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI LV27


  • Made By – EDC, Germany – 52400479



Imidiwan: Companions. 20019 Uncut Music Award. Tinariwen just keep on keeping' on, relentless and brilliant as the Saharan sun, - The Guardian UK. Imidiwan Afrik Tendam. My friends from all over Africa I have a question, a question which torments my soul Companions Is the revolution like those trees Whose branches will grow if we water them I have lived with this obsession for ten years I have come amongst by brothers My friends, what do you think These men have been living with oppression Since the day of their birth They cannot make the trees grow with their water. Imidiwan: Companions, released 29 June 2009, is the fourth studio album by Tuareg band Tinariwen. The album saw the band reunite with Jean-Paul Romann, the producer of their 2001 album The Radio Tisdas Sessions. Joe Tangari of Pitchfork discussed how the band experienced much of the world outside the desert and how it has influenced the new direction of this album. He said lyrically the songs, sung in Tamashek. Songs in album Tinariwen - Imidiwan: Companions 2009. Tinariwen - Imidiwan Afrik Tendam. Tinariwen - Lulla. Tinariwen - Tenhert. Tinariwen - Enseqi Ehad Didagh. Tinariwen - Tahult In. Tinariwen - Tamudjeras Assis. Album 2009 14 Songs. Worldwide 2009. Imidiwan Afrik Temdam. The blues have certainly had a major impact on Tinariwen, a group from the Sahara region. The influence of the blues is impossible to miss on their two-disc set Imidiwan: Companions, which consists of a 62-minute audio CD and a 30-minute bonus DVD. Listen free to Tinariwen Imidiwan: Companions Imidiwan Afrik Tendam, Lulla and more. 14 tracks 62:34. Imidiwan: Companions, 2009. Imidiwan Afrik Temdam, 03:32. Lulla, 03:49. Tenhert, 05:28. Enseqi Ehad Didagh, 05:40. Tahult In, 04:10. Tamodjerazt Assis, 04:51. Intitlayaghen, 04:49. Imidiwan: Companions CD, Album DVD. ISOM78CD. Tinariwen - Imidiwan Afrik Tendam 3:32. Tinariwen - Lulla 3:11. Tinariwen-Tenhert 5:31. Tinariwen - Imazeghen N Adagh 3:45. Tinariwen - Tenalle Chegret The Long Thread 9:33. Tinariwen - Assuf Ag Assuf - Imidiwan 4:55. 목록에 추가. But fear not, Tinariwen fans. Despite the fact that the band hasn't yet put a foot wrong, this their fourth album is still the group's most compelling since their debut. An admirably dry production focuses the attention on the scraping, stroking and plucking of the untreated guitars, as if Ibrahim and co were intent on showing Western rockers that there are always new approaches to their instrument