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Album artwork for The Radio Tisdas Sessions (20th Anniversary Edition) by Tinariwen
Album artwork for The Radio Tisdas Sessions (20th Anniversary Edition) by Tinariwen

The 20th Anniversary edition of Tinariwen’s first studio album The Radio Tisdas Sessions has been remastered and repackaged with a bonus unreleased bonus track, exclusive photos and brand-new liner notes. The CD comes in a 6panel digipak, with exclusive photos and extensive new liner notes. Double LP limited edition white vinyl in printed inners with gatefold sleeve - only 3000 copies worldwide and the download card provides 24-bit WAVs. The Radio Tisdas Sessions feature songs from Ibrahim Ag Alhabib, Kedou Ag Ossad, Mohamed Ag Itlal aka ‘Japonais' who passed away on February 14th 2021, and Foy Foy.


Tinariwen are Tuaregs, children of a nomadic Berber tribe who have roamed the Saharan desert for thousands of years. Over recent centuries, colonialism has seen the Tuareg’s ancestral territory partitioned into distinct countries - Mali, Algeria, Libya, Niger. This drawing of borders has turned the Tuareg into ishumar, a displaced people in search of a homeland lost to them. Tinariwen’s music – a blend of West African traditional music and electrified rock’n’roll – speaks directly to this feeling of longing: a sound that critics have called “desert blues”.

Tinariwen

The Radio Tisdas Sessions (20th Anniversary Edition)

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Album artwork for The Radio Tisdas Sessions (20th Anniversary Edition) by Tinariwen
CD

$15.99

6 panel digipak, exclusive photos, new liner notes

Released 05/13/2022Catalogue Number

CD-WDG-0121

Album artwork for The Radio Tisdas Sessions (20th Anniversary Edition) by Tinariwen
LP+x2

$31.99

White Vinyl

Limited to 3000 copies
Includes download code
Released 03/25/2022Catalogue Number

LP-WDG-0121C

Tinariwen

The Radio Tisdas Sessions (20th Anniversary Edition)

Wedge
Album artwork for Album artwork for The Radio Tisdas Sessions (20th Anniversary Edition) by Tinariwen by The Radio Tisdas Sessions (20th Anniversary Edition) - Tinariwen
Album artwork for Album artwork for The Radio Tisdas Sessions (20th Anniversary Edition) by Tinariwen by The Radio Tisdas Sessions (20th Anniversary Edition) - Tinariwen
Album artwork for The Radio Tisdas Sessions (20th Anniversary Edition) by Tinariwen
CD

$15.99

6 panel digipak, exclusive photos, new liner notes

Released 05/13/2022Catalogue Number

CD-WDG-0121

Album artwork for The Radio Tisdas Sessions (20th Anniversary Edition) by Tinariwen
LP+x2

$31.99

White Vinyl

Limited to 3000 copies
Includes download code
Released 03/25/2022Catalogue Number

LP-WDG-0121C

The 20th Anniversary edition of Tinariwen’s first studio album The Radio Tisdas Sessions has been remastered and repackaged with a bonus unreleased bonus track, exclusive photos and brand-new liner notes. The CD comes in a 6panel digipak, with exclusive photos and extensive new liner notes. Double LP limited edition white vinyl in printed inners with gatefold sleeve - only 3000 copies worldwide and the download card provides 24-bit WAVs. The Radio Tisdas Sessions feature songs from Ibrahim Ag Alhabib, Kedou Ag Ossad, Mohamed Ag Itlal aka ‘Japonais' who passed away on February 14th 2021, and Foy Foy.


Tinariwen are Tuaregs, children of a nomadic Berber tribe who have roamed the Saharan desert for thousands of years. Over recent centuries, colonialism has seen the Tuareg’s ancestral territory partitioned into distinct countries - Mali, Algeria, Libya, Niger. This drawing of borders has turned the Tuareg into ishumar, a displaced people in search of a homeland lost to them. Tinariwen’s music – a blend of West African traditional music and electrified rock’n’roll – speaks directly to this feeling of longing: a sound that critics have called “desert blues”.