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Nice bass work from Gode Tolola and Gode Mbemba Ndombasi "aka Lofombo" (Shora's little brother)









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Was Jagger Bokoko (R.I.P.) the real creator of the Yungana-signautre on the guitar ? which was later played by Alain Makaba, Burkina Faso, Japonais Maladi, Flamme Kapaya and many others. Or did it come from Station Japana of Mbuta Muntu Radja Kula who gave many sebene-partitions, sebene-partitions, animations and dances to the big bands, or comes it from those streetbands of Ngiri Ngiri/Kasa-Vubu or is it something traditional like many rhythms in sebenes and generics who comes in reality from the village (mboka/tshabuala) .



from 6:00 min

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Was Jagger Bokoko (R.I.P.) the real creator of the Yungana-signautre on the guitar ? which was later played by Alain Makaba, Burkina Faso, Japonais Maladi, Flamme Kapaya and many others. Or did it come from Station Japana of Mbuta Muntu Radja Kula who gave many sebene-partitions, sebene-partitions, animations and dances to the big bands, or comes it from those streetbands of Ngiri Ngiri/Kasa-Vubu or is it something traditional like many rhythms in sebenes and generics who comes in reality from the village (mboka/tshabuala) .



from 6:00 min

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Can we say that Pepe Kalle is the man who introduced Generiques with animation ? Or must we see those tracks as normal songs.




generique did already exist with Tabu Ley, Eneneya & Papa Wemba. Back in the days they were calling it “Hymme National” (National Anthem), since that they were starting their concerts with those tracks. Papa Wemba had even an outro-sebene for his concerts

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from 33:24 min

Didier Lacoste sung his vocal of 13 Ans from Kibuisa Mpimpa, which Werrason deleted and let Adjani sing it.

Werrason and the Mpangi's were furious when they heard that Jacko Sayala was supporting Adolphe Dominguez. Because in their opinion he couldn't do that since Werrason and Jacko are mpangi's (from the same province). In the same video Patsho Panda reacts against Jacko Sayala. In this video Jacko claims that he tried to reconcile Werrason & Adolphe back in 1999 and that he went with Patsho Panda to Werrason's hotel. With Patsho reacted that he went to Werrason's hotel not for the reconcilation, but to ask Werrason if he could use his singers (Ferre, Lacoste, Adjani & Serge Mabiala) to record a zong-zing album with Werrason replying that he has to wait to let them perform at Bercy and then recording/release Kibuisa Mpimpa, but Jacko being impatient.

Btw how does that Mpangi-system of the ex'Bandundu-province work ? Because in the Kwilu-province and Kwango-province you got different tribes (Bayaka, Bambala, Bapende, Basuku, Bambuund, Bayanzi, Bachokwe, etc.). But they looks so united and it looks like they are all one tribe with them speaking Kikongo-Ya-l'Etat to communicate with eachother. There wasn't a province where tribes were so united like Bandundu. Did they created a platform during the colonisation to be very united? But what made them not to be close with their brothers of the Mayi Ndombe-province, which used to be in the Bandundu-province along with Kwilu and Kwango ? Is that because they are Anamongo's and more close to their brothers of Equateur? I remember comedian Yandi Mosi attacking Fally for not being from their province and being a mpangi, forgetting that Fally's roots are in Bandundu in the Mayi Ndombe area, like Bozi Boziana, Lita Bembo, etc.


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I think that Depitsho already left him during that time. Trying to return to Quartier Latin, but Koffi refusing and then recording his solo album and forming his new band. Rumors were spread that JF then slept with his wife/girlfriend or one of his sidekicks which made their band already split after some months. Soon after that JF returned to Kinshasa and formed his own band ABG and recorded the album Force d'Attack which was produced by General Dabira. He settled then in Brazzaville where he was giving almost everyweek concerts.

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from 17:25 min.

After their concerts at bar vis-a-vis, moto na moto in bandalungwa and the liveshow at Studio Maman Ngebi on VVS. Wenge Maison Mere performed then at Zamba Playa and there their "sortie officiel". It was on the 4th January 1998.

That was the first VHS of Maison Mere I bought. I remember the way I laughed when I heard Lacoste singing for the first time. That day he wore glasses and was doing Aimelia's role on the song of Djodjo Ngonda. I also remember not seeing Ali Mbonda on that VHS, but Mpaka Lingomba (who's Heritier's spokemen now) on the conga's. I found that VHS little bit boring and was douting if Werrason & Aldophe would really succeed with those guys and Bill as atalaku (I found him then to young to be an atalaku for Wenge).

Cyprien Wetchi is so funny.

Congolese policitians are not serious. It's not normal the way they change political parties, like musicians who are going from band to band. Some have been member of 5 political parties in 20 years. Thomas Luhaka, Lambert Mende and all other politicans who supported RCD and MLC back in 1998 until 2003 need to be in prison for being  responsible for the millions of deaths in Congo during the civil-war and being puppets of Rwanda and Uganda who wanted to destroy our country so that they could get our mineral resources and occupy it so that they could annex it in the future. Nobody in Kisangani would forget the war of 6 days in 2000 when Rwanda and Uganda were fighting against each other to get the control over Kisangani, while it is a part of DR Congo. More than 1000 peoples died in 6 days.

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Werrasons's interview with Ilungu Mwana Mbute some days before Bercy along with the director of UNESCO. Werrason talking about his Bercy-show, the remix-album Terrain Eza Mine, the project about featerings with Meiway, Youssou N'dour, Makoma & Manu Dibangu in Kibuisa Mpimpa.

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Koffi Olomide's interview with Serge Kayembe after Bercy (2000)

I can see Chikito Mutakatif, Kisindjora and the actress Denise Tshimpaka 'aka Lipati' on the background.


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some little shots to Werrason & Wenge Maison Mere "ba grimace" hahaha.

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This man created almost all popular dances of 80's and 90's. He used to be Emeneya and Zaiko's pire petit. Alot of talented artists came of from his band Station Japana (Guejo Star, Japonais Maladi, Pitshou Santiango, Nono Diamant, Dolce Somono Parabolique, etc)

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