I am a guitar player in jazz and all related styles. Also like very much world music and play some north indian sarod.
The “conflict” theme is represented here in 3 different ways... Not enough space here. See "Lyrics" slot.
za bi long nnam which is sung in my language the YEZUM which is spoken in the center of Cameroon, In this song, I call for the solidarity of the peoples of the earth, the great beaters to see a new world, To fight the pandemics misery, I call on men to reconquer the universe in order to savor happiness and harmony
pink world is a song that calls on the inhabitants of the world to stop making weapons, bombs in short, everything that destroys our world and rather put this intelligence to build a better world. my dream being to see a big garden of pink flowers instead of war rubble. Let the great nations transform their war budget into a humanitarian budget so that this life will be A GREAT BEACH OF LOVE.
"Sí ndôn" means "The planet" in Ewondo language from Cameroon.This song is a conversation between God and human being about how they feel to live in the planet and in return, they give thanks to God for he made the world and all its precious marvels.
Our hands and hearts created this song. Use your hands is a gentle meditation to remind ourselves of the power we hold to do the beautiful small things as well as the incredible majestic things and be thankful for what is already there. Mixed by Lukas Gasser. Give the hand to someone is synonym to assist, help, aid, give someone a hand, give someone assistance, guide, convey, conduct, lead.
“I Hear You“ is a piece inspired by the concept of search for perfection that exists only as a product of creative expression. You never see it, but you always follow the “voice” of it. It’s a path to pursue and to dedicate his life to. My partners for this “love affair” were: extraordinary guitar and drumset players from Switzerland and a brilliant and very unconventional cellist from Texas. Each one brings a new aspect and detail to this tune, that definitely become a “fruit” of four.
“Raqsa” - is all about dance and love to move with music. Its a complex and energetic piece that united under one “roof” classic, rock, folk and jazz musicians form Uzbekistan, Russian Federation, South Africa and Switzerland. Have a nice ride :-)