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Author Topic: JUST WHEN I WAS THINKING ABOUT HIM GOING TO ADO,INTERVIEW OF MARIE PAUL  (Read 838 times)

Paysan Congolais #15 on: September 11, 2020, 07:05

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Wow at the way he talked about the death of Yanko Mpuyi.

De Paul is really a character.

Franco Pepe Kalle #16 on: September 11, 2020, 22:33

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Marie Paul made a stupid choice of letting go Manda Chante. Manda did not seem like the type that had leadership aspirations during the days of Wenge El Paris. Marie Paul should have kept Manda. Manda seems to me to be more of a servant man than a leading figure.

This is a very good point, to be a good musician you need a number of attributes not only voice, Nsone has many attributes but lacks voice, Mpiana had good voice but lack other attributes like aggressiveness, that is why they complimented each other so well in Wenge.
You hit it nail on the head. JB Mpiana is someone who has a great voice and has a big heart but lacks the ability to put a stern hand which was something that Werrason was effective at. Werrason helped JB get some great musicians into the band to make sure that Wenge would go strong. As Tutu Callugi once remarked that Werra was a fan of recruiting. JB was the one who rally the musicians to just maintain some form of order. That was why Wenge Musica was on top.

But Marie Paul was too greedy and by chasing out Manda Chante, Marie thought he would be the king maker of Congolese music but I am sure now he has learned the hard way when you let greed dominate you.