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Congolese Music / Mapipo Yeyo is in Europe
« on: December 09, 2018, 20:22 »


After listing to many old songs of Viva La Musica and watching some concerts of the 80's, I noticed that some of Titina's breaks were already played in Viva La Musica by Awilo Longomba and Richacha Balengola. Also that break that both Maradona and Titina used to play back in 1990 & 1991 which was later used in the start of Intervention Rapide.


Saying that Ferre asked Vasco to sacrifice two of his children for his album, but Vasco then refusing.

Congolese Music / R.I.P. Sunda Bass
« on: December 08, 2018, 13:17 »

Congolese Music / Is this Vasco Mabiala ?
« on: December 03, 2018, 21:19 »

Congolese Music / Wait isn't that Sunda Bass in Quartier Latin ?
« on: December 01, 2018, 17:43 »

0:21 min


With Bakala Dia Kuba, Wemba’s dream was to get a “real” gold record in France after receiving one from the United States (500.000 copies) in 1999 for his album Emotion. Wemba wanted also to make a comeback to worldmusic, but on the same time wanted that the Congolese community accept his music, which made him add songs like Mawe, Bakala Dia Kuba, Mere Première, etc. Unfortunally the album didn’t became gold because it sold only 10.000 copies in France back in 2002 and it wasn’t well promoted in the French media.

Bakala Dia Kuba was released some weeks before his show at Bercy. I still don’t understand how his Bercy wasn’t sold after all those promotion his fanclubs in Brussels, Paris, London and Switserland were doing with influent people like Mere Malou, Photo Joël Mbetenge, Shaguy Sharoufa, etc. and those special t-shirts they made.


6:20 min Zing Zong changing the direction and from 6:33 min another chagement de frequence of Zing Zong after that Djudju-chet hits the toms and hi-hat with Djudju then keeping hitting the hi-hat twice until 6:55 min and Zing Zong going back to the way he stared the sebene.

Looks like Zing Zong was inspired by ex'Victoria Eleison solist Nseka Bimwela aka'Huits Kilo and Djudjuchet thinking about the time he was in Victoria.


from 00:00 until 00:02min.
I understand now why they gave Nzinga Luvengoka the nickname Djudju. I still don't understand why Safari Tv Production didn't make a dvd like they did with Komba Bellow, Alain Makaba, Beniko Popolipo, etc.

His intros on the drums are magic.

Congolese Music / Old pic of Lacoste, Baby, Bill, Celeo & Kakol
« on: November 27, 2018, 16:22 »


the version sung by Bozi Boziana in 1985 from the Choc Stars - Retrouvailles A Paris (vol. 2) album

the version sung by General Defao Matumona in 1999 from the Defao - Tremblement de Terre album

If you look to the credits you will see that the song is credited to Defao. While that of Choc Stars was credited to Bozi Boziana's name. Means that, that Defao is the original writer of the song ? What made Defao sing that song ? Was it a way to pay tribute to his elder Bozi or just to show that it was his song or was to let people think back to the times of Choc Stars ? Because the song Diogene de Terre of the same album is also a remix of an old Choc Stars song called Aristote.

Congolese Music / Didier Masela thanking everybody
« on: November 20, 2018, 17:09 »

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