Author Topic: The better soloist between Felly & Lebou Kabuya?  (Read 735 times)

congo-243 on: May 18, 2020, 02:30

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Seben_Maniac #1 on: May 18, 2020, 05:12

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I prefer Lebou too. What are their best solos/perfomances?

BercysFinest98 #2 on: May 18, 2020, 09:02

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Oh this is easy!
Let's look at the Olympia show.
Before the "Belo belo" dance happens there's a part where everyone gathers around to "praise" the guitarist!

You have Lebou during the Miss De Miss sebene giving his all when being presented and you have Felly during the Ultimatum sebene playing a few boring notes when being presented.

Lebou's part: 47:10
Felly's part: 1:52:52


congo-243 #3 on: May 18, 2020, 19:49

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Oh this is easy!
Let's look at the Olympia show.
Before the "Belo belo" dance happens there's a part where everyone gathers around to "praise" the guitarist!

You have Lebou during the Miss De Miss sebene giving his all when being presented and you have Felly during the Ultimatum sebene playing a few boring notes when being presented.

Lebou's part: 47:10
Felly's part: 1:52:52

This what seals it personally for me

BercysFinest98 #4 on: May 18, 2020, 22:14

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Oh this is easy!
Let's look at the Olympia show.
Before the "Belo belo" dance happens there's a part where everyone gathers around to "praise" the guitarist!

You have Lebou during the Miss De Miss sebene giving his all when being presented and you have Felly during the Ultimatum sebene playing a few boring notes when being presented.

Lebou's part: 47:10
Felly's part: 1:52:52

This what seals it personally for me
High five for that man! I'm glad I'm not the only one!

Franco Pepe Kalle #5 on: May 18, 2020, 23:19

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I think Felly Tyson is the better soloist but the one who had more energy was indeed Lebou Kabuya.

Jeffrey Sirjeza Sibanda #6 on: May 19, 2020, 09:25

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Wow the concert comparison makes it so clear and easy to tell who is the best....... Thank you kkkkkj

BercysFinest98 #7 on: May 19, 2020, 11:16

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I think Felly Tyson is the better soloist but the one who had more energy was indeed Lebou Kabuya.
I like the opinion that you brought out, and I agree with when you said that Lebou has more energy. When listening to songs like Sanction and Volte-face you can definitely hear that there and that's why FOR ME, I feel that Lebou is better because he really know how to bring a mad kind of hype to his solos!
And with Felly, what is good abiut his solos are that they're pretty "iconic" considering how he marked his territory in "Loi", "Effrakata", "Affaire D'état" and so on! So I see where you're coming from!
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BercysFinest98 #8 on: May 19, 2020, 11:16

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Wow the concert comparison makes it so clear and easy to tell who is the best....... Thank you kkkkkj
No worries hahaha!

Kizito #9 on: May 19, 2020, 12:47

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Oh this is easy!
Let's look at the Olympia show.
Before the "Belo belo" dance happens there's a part where everyone gathers around to "praise" the guitarist!

You have Lebou during the Miss De Miss sebene giving his all when being presented and you have Felly during the Ultimatum sebene playing a few boring notes when being presented.

Lebou's part: 47:10
Felly's part: 1:52:52


This is not a good comparison, may be some list song they have played as some of us do not really know which song was played Labou or Felly, although I like felly guitar on Skol Longitima, the only song I know that was played by him

BercysFinest98 #10 on: May 19, 2020, 14:08

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Oh this is easy!
Let's look at the Olympia show.
Before the "Belo belo" dance happens there's a part where everyone gathers around to "praise" the guitarist!

You have Lebou during the Miss De Miss sebene giving his all when being presented and you have Felly during the Ultimatum sebene playing a few boring notes when being presented.

Lebou's part: 47:10
Felly's part: 1:52:52


This is not a good comparison, may be some list song they have played as some of us do not really know which song was played Labou or Felly, although I like felly guitar on Skol Longitima, the only song I know that was played by him
Very well, I suggest you have a look at my reply to Franco Pepe Kalle's comment just above!

Mfumu Vata #11 on: May 19, 2020, 14:55

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I think Felly Tyson is the better soloist but the one who had more energy was indeed Lebou Kabuya.
I like the opinion that you brought out, and I agree with when you said that Lebou has more energy. When listening to songs like Sanction and Volte-face you can definitely hear that there and that's why FOR ME, I feel that Lebou is better because he really know how to bring a mad kind of hype to his solos!
And with Felly, what is good abiut his solos are that they're pretty "iconic" considering how he marked his territory in "Loi", "Effrakata", "Affaire D'état" and so on! So I see where you're coming from!

The Loi generique was played by Lebou. The rest of songs were shared Micko, Fontaine & Motomolo (by Felly), Manou & Papito Charme (by Lebou Kabuya). The same for Effrakata & Affaire d’Etat where sebenes were shared by Felly & Ramazani and in Droit de Veto by Popolipo, Felly & Lebou. Attentat by Popolipo, Ridens & Felly.

In Effrakata, Ramazani played Gilba, Ravisse, Suivez le Guide and Felly played both generiques, RAS, Medecine de Nuit.

In Droit de Veto, Lebou played Rond Point, Prototype, Nyandja & Retour Riva. Felly played Urgence, Likombe, Droit de Veto-generique & Shopping. Popolipo played Rafiki & Plus Jamais.

SLK97 #12 on: May 19, 2020, 15:05

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Who played which on Attentat? I know that Ridens played the generique and I'm sure Beniko played Sans Anesthesie, but what about the rest?

BercysFinest98 #13 on: May 19, 2020, 15:24

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I think Felly Tyson is the better soloist but the one who had more energy was indeed Lebou Kabuya.
I like the opinion that you brought out, and I agree with when you said that Lebou has more energy. When listening to songs like Sanction and Volte-face you can definitely hear that there and that's why FOR ME, I feel that Lebou is better because he really know how to bring a mad kind of hype to his solos!
And with Felly, what is good abiut his solos are that they're pretty "iconic" considering how he marked his territory in "Loi", "Effrakata", "Affaire D'état" and so on! So I see where you're coming from!

The Loi generique was played by Lebou. The rest of songs were shared Micko, Fontaine & Motomolo (by Felly), Manou & Papito Charme (by Lebou Kabuya). The same for Effrakata & Affaire d’Etat where sebenes were shared by Felly & Ramazani and in Droit de Veto by Popolipo, Felly & Lebou. Attentat by Popolipo, Ridens & Felly.

In Effrakata, Ramazani played Gilba, Ravisse, Suivez le Guide and Felly played both generiques, RAS, Medecine de Nuit.

In Droit de Veto, Lebou played Rond Point, Prototype, Nyandja & Retour Riva. Felly played Urgence, Likombe, Droit de Veto-generique & Shopping. Popolipo played Rafiki & Plus Jamais.

Ahhhh! Thank you for the information Mfumu! This has opened a brand new door, considering the fact that I don't know which individual songs are played by soloists other than just the génériques so props to you for that!

Mfumu Vata #14 on: May 19, 2020, 15:40

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About Loi, I forgot to add that Popolipo played on Vicky.

Felly played Nul n’est Parfait, Kamutshima & Victoire

Popolipo played Malanda Ngombe, Sans Anesthesie, Tchernobyl and Number One

Ridens Makosso played a part of Cameleon & Attentat.

Roga Roga played a part of Cameleon

Rigo Star played Chocolat

Saladin Feirrera played African Kings