Author Topic: Interview of Thierry Synthe and Hindrick Luzolo  (Read 402 times)

Mfumu Vata on: April 06, 2021, 20:09

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archos #1 on: April 06, 2021, 20:50

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I was about to post it lol basically he is saying indirectly that many things which are publicly credited to hugo synthe are his creations in studio and he is not bothered at all that shoutout is given to hugo as he considers himself like somebody  who is better as unsung hero in the secret of studio
and that when they were arrested back in the days of ngulu affair he was the one who got them out of trouble when it was his turn to answer questions of belgian authorities, and they spent 15 days in custody/prison
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Mfumu Vata #2 on: April 06, 2021, 21:36

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wow 15 days ???!!!  I always taught that it was for a few hours. Werrason was so lucky he could have ended up spending months in prison like Papa Wemba and Nyoka Longo later.

Congomusiclover001 #3 on: April 09, 2021, 04:47

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I've always thought Thierry was the creator of the partition at the 6 min mark. But I hear that was Olivier Synthe in the Youtube comments section...Who is Olivier? What are Thierry's memorable partitions? Thierry was have joined after Olivier then.
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Mfumu Vata #4 on: April 09, 2021, 08:24

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The guy in the comment-section made probably a mistake, because in Fair Play itself Werrason mentions Thierry Synthe when in came in by saying "Synthé, Synthé, Thierry hein". Thierry Synthe is credited in the credits of Kibuisa Mpimpa as keyboard playeralong with Philliphe Guez. From 1997 to 2000 you had in Maison Mere the late Vasco de Gama who used to play keyboard, but never went on tour with them. Thierry Synthe joined Wenge Maison Mere in 2000 just before the Stade des Martyrs-event (concert de correction) after having participated in Zaiko's Poison and touring with them in Europe. Towards 2005 he left Maison Mere to join Bill Clinton's band after being left behind for an Europe-tour where Chevignon Synthé took his place. In 2009 he returned and left again in 2013 to start his solo-career. Thierry's memorable partitions are the one of Double Zenith, Tavé Katanga when the sebene came in, Fair Play, Matshuda Mandangi of their concert in Canfunfu and Werra's entrance at Bercy when Flamme stops playing lead.





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Congomusiclover001 #5 on: April 09, 2021, 15:53

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The guy in the comment-section made probably a mistake, because in Fair Play itself Werrason mentions Thierry Synthe when in came in by saying "Synthé, Synthé, Thierry hein". Thierry Synthe is credited in the credits of Kibuisa Mpimpa as keyboard playeralong with Philliphe Guez. From 1997 to 2000 you had in Maison Mere the late Vasco de Gama who used to play keyboard, but never went on tour with them. Thierry Synthe joined Wenge Maison Mere in 2000 just before the Stade des Martyrs-event (concert de correction) after having participated in Zaiko's Poison and touring with them in Europe. Towards 2005 he left Maison Mere to join Bill Clinton's band after being left behind for an Europe-tour where Chevignon Synthé took his place. In 2009 he returned and left again in 2013 to start his solo-career. Thierry's memorable partitions are the one of Double Zenith, Tavé Katanga when the sebene came in, Fair Play, Matshuda Mandangi of their concert in Canfunfu and Werra's entrance at Bercy when Flamme stops playing lead.





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Thanks the info. I do have to say I liked the way keyboard was used in Congolese music until Fabregas almost made it replace solo guitar works for almost all his works, forcing other musicians to use keyboards as lead instead of guitar. Glad to see him back in the fold :-)