Author Topic: Patrouille des Stars Split?  (Read 424 times)

Wenge1995 on: October 22, 2020, 05:47

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I believe he explains the split in Dakar, transition please? At 21 minute mark

Cavalier Solitaire #1 on: October 22, 2020, 14:36

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@21 minute mark, He says when they went for the proclamation tour in Dakar, the producer paid them 1million CFA Franc (this was despite the fact that the producer still owed them money from the albums Correction and Embargo). So Jullien Antonio as the Chef of the group rebelled against the way the producer (who i believe is Denide Production) was not honouring his end of the contract. He even refused to take part in the clips of Proclamation. Thats how they suspended him for indiscipline and then the producer influenced Kevin Mbouande and Biraman to get rid of the founders and reconstitute the group with new recruits under the leadership of Kevin Mbouande but that they also suffered the same fate of the producer not properly paying them according to the contract.

He also talks about the death of Ziggy Moise the basiste (played bass in all 4 of Patrouille des Stars albums i.e. Obus Kanga Bissaka, Embargo, Corrections and Proclamation) who passed away and how Denide the producer wouldnt send anything for the funerals of Moise. 
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Wenge1995 #2 on: October 22, 2020, 17:26

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@21 minute mark, He says when they went for the proclamation tour in Dakar, the producer paid them 1million CFA Franc (this was despite the fact that the producer still owed them money from the albums Correction and Embargo). So Jullien Antonio as the Chef of the group rebelled against the way the producer (who i believe is Denide Production) was not honouring his end of the contract. He even refused to take part in the clips of Proclamation. Thats how they suspended him for indiscipline and then the producer influenced Kevin Mbouande and Biraman to get rid of the founders and reconstitute the group with new recruits under the leadership of Kevin Mbouande but that they also suffered the same fate of the producer not properly paying them according to the contract.

He also talks about the death of Ziggy Moise the basiste (played bass in all 4 of Patrouille des Stars albums i.e. Obus Kanga Bissaka, Embargo, Corrections and Proclamation) who passed away and how Denide the producer wouldnt send anything for the funerals of Moise.

That explains a lot, I always wondered why Julien only appeared in two clips for the Proclamation. I'm assuming Waney Pecho left for the same reason, because he only appeared in the clip of the generique filmed in Dakar. His parts were interpreted in clips by dancer Moustapha Thuram.

Cavalier Solitaire #3 on: October 22, 2020, 18:04

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Yes, he mentioned that basically all the old members were distabilised which led to them leaving and remember Waney Pecho sang about the dakar incidence in the song Epaka with Favela Stars.

Wenge1995 #4 on: October 27, 2020, 15:26

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Dede Djasco in Cameroon during the filming of Embargo generique circa 2000.

Musiquezairoise #5 on: October 27, 2020, 16:18

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Dede Djasco in Cameroon during the filming of Embargo generique circa 2000.

He sang in Fally's "Liputa".

Congolitude #6 on: October 27, 2020, 20:12

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No bro it was Associé

Bohemian Rhapsody #7 on: October 28, 2020, 22:02

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One of the best bands of the "nouvelle generations".

Patrouille des Stars along with Extra Musica played a pivot role in sparkling the Brazzaville music scene in the mid 90's-2000's.

The soloist Docteur Custo is very good!