Drissa Kone and Sedou Balo have fun warming up before a ceremony in Bamako. What a team!
We like this video because:
- Contrast. These guys have really different styles. In Suku, we can learn a lot from watching them both do it “their way”.
- We can also learn some good, simple jeli dundun variations from this video.
- Drissa’s playing is methodical, making it good for study.
One response to “Suku, Madan : Drissa Kone, Sedou Balo”
I really like the way Seydou plays Suku in this video.