The Coyote Kings - Music Page 11
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CHAPTER NINETY: "Daande Lenol" by Baaba Maal (Senegal)
Hamza: "The song's echoing through my head: 'Daande Lenol' by Baaba Maal, like
rushing rivers, like the flutter of capes and scarves and sails in the wind, like
torches crackling, like the building of temples, like the forging of bronze. This is
the song I feel and breathe .... The Coyote Car is glistening in the driveway
beneath the morning light."
CHAPTER NINETY: "Natural Mystic" by The Wailers (Jamaica)
Hamza: "What have we as a species lost? Do we have to wait another thousand
years for a second chance? I can hear the bass beat to Marley's 'Natural Mystic'
thumping like a blue whale's heart, his voice asking how many more will have to
suffer, and to die . . . . Me, to Ye, to myself, to the shadows in the fossilised
living room of this extinct family: 'Let's get the hell out of here.'"