Jazzwise Magazine

“Alone, I go faster; together, we go further.” runs the proverb emblazoned on the sleeve of African Time, a work whose slick production is buoyed by an extensive line-up that includes the likes of keyboardist Oli Rockberger and the long underrated Song...

Jazzviews Review

The name of this pan-African duo, and the  album packaging, may remind some UK listeners of another highly successful duo, Amadou and Mariam, but this is a very different product. Singing in English and French, Gwen and Tiana present a slick and lavishly produced...

Bebop Spoken here Review

This is happy party-style music, wise lyrics reflecting on life, with clapping, duets, short, snappy solos, fine playing. Right through from the start African Time, (a clever double meaning to introduce African-influenced songs), many with what I believe to be a...

All About Jazz Reviews

It’s not immediately clear that African Time is a jazz album at all. However, perusing the CD digipak’s details, there are obvious clues that if not exactly jazz, it is certainly jazz-related. The first indication is the revelation that sharing the...