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Abdou Day

Abdou Day

Abdou Day


Abdou Day is originally from Madagascar, an island in the Indian Ocean located in South-East Africa. Always interested in music, in 1985 he met Jimmy Cliff, who encouraged him to pursue a career. He emigrated to France in 1989 to try to break into the music business. He started out singing backgrounds in various bands. At a Marley Tribute Festival in the city of Colmar, France, he met Pato Banton (a reggae singer from Birmingham, England), and some members of Bob Marley's family. They all felt he had something worth continuing. Read more on Last.fm
Abdou Day is originally from Madagascar, an island in the Indian Ocean located in South-East Africa. Always interested in music, in 1985 he met Jimmy Cliff, who encouraged him to pursue a career. He emigrated to France in 1989 to try to break into the music business. He started out singing backgrounds in various bands. At a Marley Tribute Festival in the city of Colmar, France, he met Pato Banton (a reggae singer from Birmingham, England), and some members of Bob Marley's family.

They all felt he had something worth continuing. He sings in Malagasy (the native language of Madagascar), and French and English. His first album "Mister Babylon" (1998) was self-produced and sold about 5,500 copies. In 2002, he recorded his second album "Libre" (Free) in Luxembourg and Paris. He also self-produced that one. It sold about 4,500 copies in the first year.

In 2005, it was released on jamendo.com as a Creative Commons album, and has (by June of 2008) received about 12,000 downloads. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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