Hermas Zopoula - Espoir mp3 downloadPerformer: Hermas Zopoula
Style: African Traditions,Afro-Pop
Location: Hermas' Home, Burkina Faso, Ouagadougou
Released: May 19, 2009
Size MP3 version: 1984 mb
Size FLAC version: 1260 mb
Size WMA version: 1104 mb
Format: FLAC XM AA ADX MP1 VOX
Hermas Zopoula - Espoir mp3 download
Hermas Zopoula - Alpha et Omega Hermas Zopoula - Venez Danser Hermas Zopoula - Pai Doun Yunai Hermas Zopoula - Alpha Et Omega Hermas Zopoula - Yu Tiu Kourimou Hermas Zopoula - Seigneur Appre 2bv.
Espoir by Hermas Zopoula, released 19 May 2009 1. wend nana dounia 2. pourquoi tant de soucis 3. san bi willilia 4. wissi ni di sara 5. courons courez 6. attention! 7. espoir 8. jesus hiesu luri 9. companion de route 10. dsa wissi dounia gnou 11. alpha et omega 12. pai doun yunai 13. untitled 14. gnina baba souana 15. nibana kan bagnianai 16. seigneur apprend moi Hermas Zopoula is many things. He is the youngest of 36 children. Born in a small village named Yoro, he is Burkinabe, a citizen and resident of Burkina Faso, West Africa
Wend Nana Dounia, 04:15. Companion de route, 04:03. Dsa Wissi Dounia Gnou, 02:17. San Bi Willila, 03:25. Alpha et omega, 02:25. Wissi Ni Di Sara, 04:21.
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Guitarist, singer, and songwriter Hermas Zopoula is the youngest of 36 children from Yoro, in Burkina Faso, West Africa. His father is the Sissali griot Gouaka Djoua. Espoir is his debut album, the result of a chance meeting, between Canadian visual artist (and Asthmatic Kitty "friend") Jonathan Dueck and his wife Heather while the couple were visiting Burkina Faso from late 2005 through mid-2006.
Hermas' Home, Burkina Faso, Ouagadougou. Studio Bethsaleel Sound, Burkina Faso, Ouagadougou. Studio Zone 2 Audio Visuel, Burkina Faso, Ouagadougou.
Forget the blues legend about being the seventh brother – Hermas Zopoula is allegedly the 36th of his brood. Maybe the 49th had blues-squared levels of talent, because Hermas doesn’t. He became friendly with an American couple gap yearing in Burkina Faso – and what better way to repay him for showing them round than by, say, arranging a record deal with Sufjan Stevens’ label? It’s already being billed as triumph over impossible odds, but he’s no Ouagadogouan Susan Boyle. If soukous and Congolese rumba sound exotic, the reality is as bland as yam quiche.
Track List - Disc 1
|1||Wend Nana Dounia||Hermas Zopoula||4:15|
|2||Pourquoi Tant de Soucis||Hermas Zopoula||3:48|
|3||San Bi Willila||Hermas Zopoula||3:25|
|4||Wissi Ni di Sara||Hermas Zopoula||4:21|
|5||Courons Courez||Hermas Zopoula||4:58|
|8||Jesus Hiesu Luri||Hermas Zopoula||4:56|
Track List - Disc 2
|1||Companion de Route||Hermas Zopoula||4:03|
|2||Dsa Wissi Dounia Gnou||Hermas Zopoula||2:17|
|3||Alpha et Omega||Hermas Zopoula||2:25|
|4||Pai Doun Yunai||Hermas Zopoula||2:21|
|6||Gnina Baba Souana||Hermas Zopoula||3:31|
|7||Nibina Kan Bagniainai||Hermas Zopoula||2:09|
|8||Seigneur Apprend Moi||Hermas Zopoula||1:17|
CreditsJonathan Dueck - Artwork, Design, Engineer, Liner Notes, Photography, Project Manager
Michael Kaufmann - Consultant
Rafter Roberts - Mastering
Hermas Zopoula - Guitar, Primary Artist, Vocals