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;D ;D ;D all that money has gone. So there was no bigger built-in Kinshasa?

No, until this day. Don't you see Congolese artists always complaining about that in interviews that they don't have modern studios in Kinshasa ? Having always to record in Europe which is very expensive (having to buy tickets and visa's) or record in Kinshasa in bad conditions.

Very expensive, I agree the Kinshasa studios do not have a good quality

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Wow, nostalgia

Studio IAD was state of the art for an African studio back then. Check out the infamous electric drum set

Does anyone know where the electric drum is from I'm searching for it?

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 ;D ;D ;D all that money has gone. So there was no bigger built-in Kinshasa?

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Yeah, the solo he played on Kimpiatu was something else. I also liked the way he played on Soiree Dansante. Bongo Wende is one of my favorite lead guitarists, his style is unique. Lead guitarists of big bands often interpret sebenes of other lead-guitarists correctly, but when those of Bongo Wende are played it always sounds different and like something is missing, especially Kimpiatu. Compare the concert of Emeneya & Papa Wemba at Le Bataclan of 1991 when Bongo Wende plays on Kimpiatu to Victoria Eleison's concert in Japan, when I think Auguy Lutula (can also be Akwesa Kumbaro) plays lead on Kimpiatu and you will hear a big difference. Think also because Bojack use another sound effect when playing lead.

I agree, no delay effect on his guitar plus the soiree dansante you can loop it for hours.

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Wow, nostalgia

Studio IAD was state of the art for an African studio back then. Check out the infamous electric drum set

What a big studio, the mixing room looks relaxing.

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Congolese Music / Bongo Wende lead playing was something else
« on: April 04, 2020, 00:01 »


It's like he's playing the lead guitar on some keyboard.

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Its like Djudjuchet who's a drummer but played keyboards on the Reponse Polo Kina-album of Victoria Eleison and Eboulement Totale-album of Wenge El Paris or Maika Munan who's a guitarist but played keyboards for Wenge El Paris on Le Monde Envers-album and classic albums like Loi, Etoile and Noblesse Oblige.

Very true. That's why some of those are always mystique.

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Hmmm, strange I'm guessing Guy Nsangue was not just a bass player but a keyboard player but the keyboard playing was a good job.

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Did you find those credits on AllMusic? I feel like someone played keyboards not Guy Nsangue.

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Really like this album solid arrangements each musician from different countries playing their part.

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Congolese Music / Re: Archive; Festival Zamba Playa (1995)
« on: April 01, 2020, 23:57 »
Please, what is this song interpreted by El paris?

Kodi Porto.

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Congolese Music / Re: Archive; Festival Zamba Playa (1995)
« on: April 01, 2020, 23:38 »
I became sad when I saw Lengi Lenga.

I liked Wenge El Paris's part. seeing JDT, Manda Chante, Marie Paul, Alain Mwepu, Dello Bass, Alain Zing Zong, Doukoure and Yuyu on stage.

I liked the Choc Stars part, but the presence of Debaba created some emptiness also. This was before Lengi Lenga got ill and after this, he formed Boom des as with Djo Poster, Ben Nyamabo and Likinga and released Etat D'Urgence.

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Congolese Music / Re: Archive; Festival Zamba Playa (1995)
« on: April 01, 2020, 22:21 »
Very happy to see this performance, This was Familia Dei last concert and the Choc Stars section Debaba left and become a brother of Christ.

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