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Rhythmagick is the debut solo album by percussionist Aïyb Dieng, it was released in 1995 by P-Vine Records.

Track listing

| title1 = Rhythmagick | writer1 = Aïyb Dieng, Umar Bin Hassan, Pharoah Sanders | length1 = 4:04 | title2 = Sabar | writer2 = Aïyb Dieng, Bill Laswell | length2 = 6:12 | title3 = Takou | writer3 = Aïyb Dieng, Trilok Gurtu | length3 = 3:53 | title4 = Darésalam | writer4 = Aïyb Dieng, Pharoah Sanders | length4 = 6:25 | title5 = Bôka Devotion | writer5 = Aïyb Dieng, Bill Laswell | length5 = 6:10 | title6 = Soweto Funk | writer6 = Aïyb Dieng, Bill Laswell | length6 = 9:12 | title7 = Touba | writer7 = Aïyb Dieng, Trilok Gurtu | length7 = 7:40 | title8 = Dungal Dub | writer8 = Aïyb Dieng, Bill Laswell | length8 = 6:36 }}

Personnel

Musicians
Technical personnel

Release history

Region Date Label Format Catalog
Japan 1995 P-Vine CD PCD-5801
United States 1997 Subharmonic CD SD-7021-2
Germany 1999 Masterplan CD MP 42006





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