Author Topic: FABREGAS SAYS YOUNG LEADERS NOW GIVE THEIR MUSICIANS SONGS BECAUSE OF HIM  (Read 659 times)

SYMPLICITY #15 on: June 06, 2018, 05:34

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The fact that you think Libre Parcours was better than Cursus or Cursus is better than LP does not make it the truth. It is a PERSONAL opinion and different people prefer different things so it will do all of us a favour if we did not continue ramming it down our throats that A is better then B since not everyone sees it your way!!!

Cavalier Solitaire #16 on: June 06, 2018, 07:52

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Did Libre Parcours and Tokos can be even be close to LM VILLANOVA's group album? The only good rumba between those two albums are Sensation, Rosendan and that of Gattuso (don't remember the name) the only good things about the album are the three generique of Libre Parcours, I don't know why you say Fally is superior to Fabro, maybe in droit chemin days was through or in the Mascara days, but Fabregas really step up in his group album Lokolo, Noveau Monde, Piece Rare, Yamba BB, Usine and many others are pure Congolese music and not some cheesy rhumba/traditional music to make donorsyappy

FACTS.
Libre parcours was way better the only problem was promotion plus You're talking like fabregas and fally are even in the same league fally has 20+ years experience in the game you're just saying this cause you're joining the bandwagon of everyone on the forum ripping fally just cause of tokooos.... and okay Fally has liputa, associe, attente, Cadenas, service, travelling love... I can go on what does fabregas have to compete with them titles?? And the fact that fally hasn't released a rhumba or sebene since original shows that your point is invalid cause if he was during the same way fabregas has then maybe this would be up for discussion while it's not

I agree. I have never been a fan of Fabregas's music but even if i was, i would never compare Fabregase to Fally. Fally is far too superior.

I digress. Last weekend had a chance of attending Fally's concert in Lusaka and Libre Parcours 2 was played. As good as the studio version is, the live version was  even better. However, i noticed that Felly Tyson sat out the whole concert except at the end when it was time to perform "Eloko oyo".

CM PRINCE #17 on: June 06, 2018, 12:51

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ZamundaPrince #18 on: June 06, 2018, 13:12

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The fact that you think Libre Parcours was better than Cursus or Cursus is better than LP does not make it the truth. It is a PERSONAL opinion and different people prefer different things so it will do all of us a favour if we did not continue ramming it down our throats that A is better then B since not everyone sees it your way!!!

WORD!!!

Personally I prefer Carsus. It's fresh, innovative & easy to listen to. That is not to say LP is bad. Just a matter of preference

SYMPLICITY #19 on: June 06, 2018, 14:29

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The fact that you think Libre Parcours was better than Cursus or Cursus is better than LP does not make it the truth. It is a PERSONAL opinion and different people prefer different things so it will do all of us a favour if we did not continue ramming it down our throats that A is better then B since not everyone sees it your way!!!

WORD!!!

Personally I prefer Carsus. It's fresh, innovative & easy to listen to. That is not to say LP is bad. Just a matter of preference

Bingo!!!

mrvibes #20 on: June 09, 2018, 13:06

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Seriously guy ..there is no need to argue about these 2 album.  Libre parcour is a classic album that did not get  a proper promotion but managed to get some contracts out the country..while cursus was just a local success and congolese community abroad and was definitely well received but youngsters newly discovering congolese music. Fally did not play well when it came to promoting the album.. The album would have been huge success if only he was really involve into promoting it well himself. In opinion it was not a flop but just wrongly  managed ..fabregas learned from it and worked on the promo but still when it come quality and melodies cursus does not stand ..LP is way better.
To be honest i have the album but the only song i listen to is zigida and the rest is luaza...
To me LP is on the same rank as TITANIC , mortal combat..Well realised and conceived  but poorly received..

Manzambi94 #21 on: June 09, 2018, 13:26

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Seriously guy ..there is no need to argue about these 2 album.  Libre parcour is a classic album that did not get  a proper promotion but managed to get some contracts out the country..while cursus was just a local success and congolese community abroad and was definitely well received but youngsters newly discovering congolese music. Fally did not play well when it came to promoting the album.. The album would have been huge success if only he was really involve into promoting it well himself. In opinion it was not a flop but just wrongly  managed ..fabregas learned from it and worked on the promo but still when it come quality and melodies cursus does not stand ..LP is way better.
To be honest i have the album but the only song i listen to is zigida and the rest is luaza...
To me LP is on the same rank as TITANIC , mortal combat..Well realised and conceived  but poorly received..
TITANIC now is considered a legendary albums so...
Anyway I think it is taste maybe since I am younger Fabregas give me more vibes than Fally.

Muziki #22 on: June 09, 2018, 13:49

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Sad to argue about these two guys who are both not as good really, even Retirada itself. I believe that Congolese music has gone soooo down. I personnally do not consider them leaders. They are not bringing the wow factor to Congolese music to the same level that some artists did in the 80s or 90s.
I always see their music as an appetizer while waiting for quality Congolese music from the likes of Bula , Karmapa, sometimes Koffi and even Ferre. It doesnt mean they are bad people though, dont get me wrong!!