Author Topic: FERRE GRATEFUL TO WERRASON AND KOFFI AND EXPLAINS LES MARQUIS STORY  (Read 8584 times)

archos on: November 25, 2013, 11:46

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Ken Bilele #1 on: November 25, 2013, 12:29

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thats good of ferre you don't forget where you came from like Djino
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EMOVICTEAM #2 on: November 25, 2013, 14:46

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He is not. Were are classics like Miss Margo, VIP in his music? He has to avoid monopolizing his voice in music and start adding sebene parts to his music. When he does that, then he can utter the word" grateful".
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JV “Lone Ranger” #3 on: November 25, 2013, 14:59

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<cite>@EMOBCBG said:</cite>
He is not. Were are classics like Miss Margo, VIP in his music? He has to avoid monopolizing his voice in music and start adding sebene parts to his music. When he does that, then he can utter the word" grateful".


huh...he's not obliged to do anything....why does he have to add sebene to his music?....that's nonsense
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archos #4 on: November 25, 2013, 18:27

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i love the part when hervé ferré talks to werrason, he is clearly the last person werra could hate/dislike
the part he said he did not want to mention is that when they were arrested in 2002 in belgium ferre was auditioned as the group chef d'orchestre and asked if all the guys who came  were musicians and not some of them being illegal immigrants,ferre confirmed they were all musicians and saved werra from serious trouble whereas in reality there was 11 members of that list who were not at all musicians
for that alone,werra should not maintain that strange climate which exists between him and ferre
it would be so good to see them in nice relationship,why not ferre making surprise la zamba appearances or werra visiting him at a concert or stuff like that
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wuodsimba #5 on: November 25, 2013, 18:33

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thanks archos for the info  thot u wud translate for some of us non lingala speakers ferre's explanation on the les marquis story  and melesi mingi ndeko  for the information  that u  pass  to us in this forum . God  bless u!
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archos #6 on: November 25, 2013, 18:43

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ferre says that  he was the first to decide to leave maison mere,and contacted soloist japonais,drummers meteor and champion esthetique  and later on,bill came with him aswell as mimiche bass and they started play backs and recruiting,when they looked for a producer they only found cameroonian producer simon music who was willing to work with jdt joined them after being released from hospital as he was very sick when ferre left
then when werra released alerte generale and came to europe to promote it,ferre realised they had to go to kinshasa and promote their album also so they can compete well with alerte,but once they came bill signed several contracts which forced him to go solo and jdt had stayed in europe so he also tried forming a band but it was hard and when koffi proposed him to join quartier latin he accepted
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50 #7 on: November 25, 2013, 22:37

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Aahah they were really down when  Alerte Generale was released, Alerte Generale was on top. They were nowhere.
 Ferre made me laugns when he imitated Koffi.
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archos #8 on: November 25, 2013, 23:12

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ahahaah koffi and his protection of dancers
the guy is protective that he says to ferre" even if there is heavy rain dont get near my female dancers to touch them"
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KAISARI #9 on: November 28, 2013, 17:33

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<cite>@archos said:</cite>
ahahaah koffi and his protection of dancers
the guy is protective that he says to ferre" even if there is heavy rain dont get near my female dancers to touch them"

very true, the only time you can get close to the dancers is on stage...
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archos #10 on: November 28, 2013, 17:47

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even on stage its not easy
last year when i was in kinshasa i went to one of his concerts and there was a guy showering money on a dancer and starting to touch her koffi took the guy out of podium himself :mrgreen:  :mrgreen:
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KAISARI #11 on: November 28, 2013, 18:12

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Papa Fololo is indeed a selfish man :mrgreen:  :mrgreen:  :mrgreen:  
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