Author Topic: The better soloist between Felly & Lebou Kabuya?  (Read 734 times)

Congolitude #30 on: May 20, 2020, 14:30

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Magie, Mansouri, Amen, Sans Suite & Meslian were done by Lebou Kabuya. Petit Na London, Julia, Sylvekou, Detresse & Shambouyi by Beniko Popolipo. Detresse & Dessin Anime (they released it on Ultimatum) were done by Professeur Didace Iboula.

Thank you. For my part, I always said that I prefer Lebou Kabuya because he had an energic and aggressive way to play lead and this is what we need for sebene but Felly is good to play rumba. Like with the example @BercyFinest98 put, at Koffi's Olympia when the two played the sebene of Miss des miss with Belo-Belo's cri (for the future Droit de veto album) there is no match... Felly played it boringly while Lebou played this with energyyyy. Lebou plays in the same way as Wenge's guitarists

CM PRINCE #31 on: May 20, 2020, 15:04

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Who played the solo on "Dossier du Jour"? Probably the best solo on the album.

It’s Felly. Popolipo played on Etat Civil.
Was Miss Toutsi played by Lebou?

Mfumu Vata #32 on: May 20, 2020, 15:53

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Who played the solo on "Dossier du Jour"? Probably the best solo on the album.

It’s Felly. Popolipo played on Etat Civil.
Was Miss Toutsi played by Lebou?

Yes

Mfumu Vata #33 on: May 20, 2020, 15:53

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Felly can also play agressive just listen to Arche de Noe, Andrada, Medecin de Nuit, Droit de Veto, Generation Bercy, Effrakata, Fontaine, Urgence (the distortion part) & Force de Frappe. He’s just not a showman like Lebou.

CM PRINCE #34 on: May 20, 2020, 16:04

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Felly can also play agressive just listen to Arche de Noe, Andrada, Medecin de Nuit, Droit de Veto, Generation Bercy, Effrakata, Fontaine, Urgence (the distortion part) & Force de Frappe. He’s just not a showman like Lebou.
That's actually true

SLK97 #35 on: May 20, 2020, 16:29

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Felly can also play agressive just listen to Arche de Noe, Andrada, Medecin de Nuit, Droit de Veto, Generation Bercy, Effrakata, Fontaine, Urgence (the distortion part) & Force de Frappe. He’s just not a showman like Lebou.

I just finished listening to Code Pin and Felly's ending distortion sebene really was something. That's the thing with ya Dimbedi. He can go hard when he's in the mood, and some of his best playing comes from QL's prime, but Lebou has always been the more energetic guitarist.

Mfumu Vata #36 on: May 20, 2020, 17:03

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Code Pin was played by Ramazani Fulutini

Wenge1995 #37 on: May 21, 2020, 08:41

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Code Pin was played by Ramazani Fulutini

Did Pathy Bass play on Loi? Binda is a good player, but it sounds like he had some help on some songs like the generique and other songs.

Mfumu Vata #38 on: May 21, 2020, 09:52

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Yes. The Loi album was played by Guy Nsangue, Pathy Bass abd Binda Bass. About Binda Bass not playing Loi by himself is not a problem. What’s wrong with a bassplayer not playing a whole album by himself ? Don’t other that was very young at that time and being only for 2 years active as professional musician. On Nioblesse Oblige, Rocky Blacnhard also didn’t play bass by himself, they invited Ngounda Lokito.

Wenge1995 #39 on: May 21, 2020, 12:36

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Yes. The Loi album was played by Guy Nsangue, Pathy Bass abd Binda Bass. About Binda Bass not playing Loi by himself is not a problem. What’s wrong with a bassplayer not playing a whole album by himself ? Don’t other that was very young at that time and being only for 2 years active as professional musician. On Nioblesse Oblige, Rocky Blacnhard also didn’t play bass by himself, they invited Ngounda Lokito.

There's nothing wrong with bassists sharing their responsibilities on albums, I was just curious.