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  1. Listen to your favorite songs from Tin Hinane by Kel Assouf Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  2. But having said that, Tinariwen sound like Tanita Tikaram compared to parts of this second album from fellow Saharan desert rockers Kel Assouf (who feature Tinariwen guitarist and singer Anana Harouna). The title translates as "Surprise" and a surprise is what it is, after their more laidback debut Tin Hinane.
  3. With this new album, “Tikounen” (surprise), Kel Assouf want to express the stupefaction and perplexity created by a world where war, injustice and pollution are running wild. With one foot in the desert and the other in the urban jungle, Anana writes about the Sahara, Niger and .
  4. Tin Hinane, an album by Kel Assouf on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy.
  5. Kel Assouf means both “those with nostalgia” and “sons of eternity” in the Touareg language Tamasheq. The result is a powerful sound with trailing drums, precise guitar riffs and singing in Tamasheq. Since the first album “Tin Hinane” (IGLOOMONDO - ), Anana has introduced a new formation that has been completed by the.
  6. The band’s debut album, Tin Hinane (), was something of a gentle stroll through multiple genres and tones, often led by intoxicating guitar lines, dancing flutes and glistening harp strings. If Tin Hinane was the calm before the storm then Tikounen (which translates as “surprise”) is the careering hurricane .
  7. Kel Assouf Artist Overview Albums. Digital Music Tin Hinane Aboubacar Harouna. MP3: $ Kel Assouf: Tikounen Kel Assouf. CD: $ MP3: $ Songs Sort by: Bestselling. of 36 Sample this song Title Artist / America. on.
  8. With this new album, “Tikounen” (surprise), Kel Assouf wants to express the stupefaction and perplexity created by a world where war, injustice, and pollution are running wild. With one foot in the desert and the other in the urban jungle, Anana writes about the Sahara, Niger, and everyday life both there and in Europe.

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