Author Topic: Booklet: Papa Wemba - Le Voyageur  (Read 518 times)

mvulusi96 on: December 06, 2019, 11:45

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mvulusi96 #1 on: December 06, 2019, 21:33

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Seeing the Le Voyageur-booklet, it made me discover that Papa Wemba was the first to come with the booklet and not King Kester Emeneya, like he used to claim in interviews). Saying that he was the first to do that with the Everybody-album and that it inspired the others to do the same thing, because backing they were only coming with 2 pages.

Pabloone71 #2 on: December 06, 2019, 21:41

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Seeing the Le Voyageur-booklet, it made me discover that Papa Wemba was the first to come with the booklet and not King Kester Emeneya, like he used to claim in interviews). Saying that he was the first to do that with the Everybody-album and that it inspired the others to do the same thing, because backing they were only coming with 2 pages.

I had the booklet Every Body (in compilation of Glenn Music and too with the bonus Kimpiatu version 2 singing by the new sing of Victoria Eleison, before the album Mboka-Mboka , and there were only 2 pages for the word of the song Mindondo or My Baby, I can’t remember, because it was a long time ago that I saw this page again).
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Pabloone71 #3 on: December 06, 2019, 21:51

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Drumstar98 #4 on: December 06, 2019, 22:31

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Out of Papa Wemba World albums like Emotional, Molokai but Le Voyageur is my very favourite.

mvulusi96 #5 on: December 06, 2019, 23:00

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Seeing the Le Voyageur-booklet, it made me discover that Papa Wemba was the first to come with the booklet and not King Kester Emeneya, like he used to claim in interviews). Saying that he was the first to do that with the Everybody-album and that it inspired the others to do the same thing, because backing they were only coming with 2 pages.

I had the booklet Every Body (in compilation of Glenn Music and too with the bonus Kimpiatu version 2 singing by the new sing of Victoria Eleison, before the album Mboka-Mboka , and there were only 2 pages for the word of the song Mindondo or My Baby, I can’t remember, because it was a long time ago that I saw this page again).

I’m talking about the original version of 1993, which had the lyrics of all songs form that album plus the credits. It had 8 pages or something like that.

mvulusi96 #6 on: December 06, 2019, 23:07

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Out of Papa Wemba World albums like Emotional, Molokai but Le Voyageur is my very favourite.

My favorite is Papa Wemba of 1989 followed by Emotion. I’m not a big fan of Molokai. Emotion is in my opinion by  far better than Le Voyageur. It deserved to be nominated at the Grammy Awards, but was unlucky to be beaten by Youssou Ndour’s album in the premillenaries of the jury.

Drumstar98 #7 on: December 07, 2019, 00:38

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The 1989 version of that album I only like the live versions when he performed in New York and London.

Pabloone71 #8 on: December 07, 2019, 10:26

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Seeing the Le Voyageur-booklet, it made me discover that Papa Wemba was the first to come with the booklet and not King Kester Emeneya, like he used to claim in interviews). Saying that he was the first to do that with the Everybody-album and that it inspired the others to do the same thing, because backing they were only coming with 2 pages.

I had the booklet Every Body (in compilation of Glenn Music and too with the bonus Kimpiatu version 2 singing by the new sing of Victoria Eleison, before the album Mboka-Mboka , and there were only 2 pages for the word of the song Mindondo or My Baby, I can’t remember, because it was a long time ago that I saw this page again).

I’m talking about the original version of 1993, which had the lyrics of all songs form that album plus the credits. It had 8 pages or something like that.

Ah okay!