Rather than heading back into the studio to record a successor to 'Fatou', Fatoumata Diawara opted for a collaborative project with Roberto Fonseca, a Cuban pianist she met at the New Morning jazz club in Paris. The musical chemistry between the two was immediately clear, eventually resulting in a joint tour and now also 'At Home, Live In Marciac', a recording of a concert performance at the French Jazz In Marciac festival in 2014. Five songs, that's what you'll have to make due with, but it's more than sufficient to grasp the atmosphere of a concert by Diawara and Fonseca. Of course one could consider this yet another Cuba meets Mali project, but Fatoumata and Roberto put enough of a personal jazzy and funky spin on their songs to avoid resemblances with similar projects from the past.