Womad 2014 review – The Guardian

From Sinéad O’Connor and Salif Keita, the Gloaming and 9Bach, to emotional reunions, supergroups and furry stovepipe hats: this was a vintage Womad. From younger African musicians, the best set came from Fatoumata Diawara, collaborating with the Cuban jazz pianist Roberto Fonseca. She was in confident, powerful voice, and her songs, such as Clandestin, were transformed by Fonseca’s furious, often spectacular playing on piano and organ, adding a pounding riff and then a swirling jazz solo. Learn more at The

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