This blog is an amateur, not editorial product and has no lucrative purposes, under the Italian law n. 62 dated 7 March 2001 - published on the Gazzetta Ufficiale n. 67 dated 21 March 2001. Bearing in mind that all the material published on Internet is of public domain, we specify that the works, films, images and audio samples herewith cited are partially published only with the purpose to divulgate; fordocumentary purposes, illustrative and cultural purposes, in accordance with article 70, comma 1 and 1-bis of law 633 on the author's rights. Article 70, comma 1 enacts the following: "The résumé, the citation or reproduction of songs or part of the works and their communication to the audience are free if used for discussion or criticism purposes, within the limits justified for such purposes and if they do not constitute competition for economic use of the work; if utilized for teaching orscientific research purposes, in addition the use has to be for illustrative and for non commercial purposes. "comma 1 - bis enacts the following: "The free publication through the internet is authorized at no cost, for images and music with low and degraded resolution, for study and scientific purposes and only in the case where this utilization is without lucrative purposes". The authors or eventual owners of copyright of the material herewith illustrated who consider their rights damaged can ask, eventually, for it to be removed by sending an email to the blog's editorial staff.
For some people Africa is a continent that has stayed behind, a pre-modern society unable to keep the pace with the rest of the world. According to us, those who look at only this aspect of Africa, lose the best part and implicitly deny the African society a possibility to evolve. To understand and to appreciate Africa today, it is not enough to highlight the misfortune and its human rights, and it is not even enough to be satisfied with the myth of a vanished world, of an eco-sustainable tradition man-sized world. The African culture has to be recognized and revealed, but for this to happen, this needs to be made available. T. P. Africa wants to be a small bridge reaching a living land. The suffix T. P. - Tout Puissant (almighty) - wants to highlight Africa's potentials, that sometimes are not expressed, but when they are expressed, just like with music, often remain unknown. Wallai Records promotes the listening of music too often forgotten, making available cultural manufactures that otherwise would be inaccessible.