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Last updated 18 May 2012


Adjos is a rhythm of the Baolé-people from the South of Ivory Coast. It’s a slow and majestic dance to be played for the king. Nowadays it’s played much faster. The intro is traditional. According Baba Toure the song below was sung especially in honour of Samore Touré (a very important but cruel King). In the song the audiance repeats the line that has been sung by the solo-singer. Change to the 2nd. “Everybody is there for him!’

Ee ee ee al ma mi yo, / Aa ee kou gbe ko ja ma lu ee

Lessons from Baba Touré