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« on: November 15, 2018, 22:09 »
Ooh so that’s why he was in Kinshasa for so long.

Yep luckily I saved the picture long time because I remember discogs uploaded Defao 1995 album cover and they quickly deleted speaking of Papa Wemba I'll try upload Extra Large and Nouvelle Ecriture credits also Grand Job.

Can’t you find the booklet of Nouvelle Ecriture and Grand Job ?


I used to like Wemba’s sentence in the Pole Postition booklet “Tant que j’aurais des frissons pour la musique, je resterais son fidèle serviteur....” and he made it until his death in Abidjan.

Pole Position was a huge succes. Kaokokokorobo was the bomb. The guy who wrote that song is a monster. He explained everything which was going  behind the scenes. With the videoclip also kind of illustrating it. The tribune song for Stervos Niarcos (Hommage) was excellent. My favorite songs were Sema Spraya (which was reminding me of Ivorian-musicstyle Zouglou), Edena, Jingle Amina, Kaokokokorobo, Toutou Kamuke, Soul Gbemani and Kaokokokorobo

I liked the way Wemba made his friend Felix Manuaku of Zaiko make a comeback. It were then difficult moment in his life, Grand Zaiko disbanned, he hadn’t papers and he kind like abandonned music. He showed is skills on Nani Temoin, Soul Gbemani & Toutou Kamuke.

Maika Munan did like Foridoles an excellent job 10/10 as arranger. Djudjuchet showed on this album again that he was the king of the charleston.

Discogs kiekiekiekie

Congolese Music / Re: ZOLA TEMPO WHO IS HE?
« on: November 15, 2018, 21:46 »
He’s an arranger and sound engineer who used to work at studio Bobongo, RTNC (Tele Zaïre) and studio Ndiaye. He recently mixed Zaiko’s new album which still not released.


Was there ever another artist then Papa Wemba who did a featering with Nyoka Longo ?

Congolese Music / Koffi Olomide - Spot 32 Ans du Quartier Latin
« on: November 15, 2018, 17:23 »

Lol all those videos are from youtube. They have to thank Djomegadt, Simon Papers, Z-Ndule, The Big Man and Nalela Miziki for those videos. It looks like the artists themselves and tv-channels can't save their own videos. It would have been interessting if they had also some extrats of Mascot de Katalas, Djunafa, Eldorado, Laudy Demingongo, Aladji Makenga, Yoto Nkelani, Vieux Veron, Do Akongo and Fofo Le Collegien who formed the 1st generation of Quartier Latin (1986-1991)

Congolese Music / Re: Old website of ba Fioti Fioti
« on: November 14, 2018, 20:39 »
They all lives in Europe (Belgium & France) except Julie Mulanga who lives in Kinshasa. The beautifel Maguy sadly died in 2013

Congolese Music / Hmmmm so 242 is a flop in Brazzaville ?
« on: November 14, 2018, 20:37 »


The acoustics of the drums on Mohammed Kaniasy were great, why didn't you like it?

Because it sounds so bad. It sound like those of Studio Meko in Kinshasa in the 90s. I guess that wanted to correct that in Internet with an excellent drumsound.

« on: November 13, 2018, 22:43 »

Did Motingia Tunga ever play bass on any albums for Koffi, aside from Wake Up with Wemba?

No because he only spent 4 months or something like that in Quartier Latin. He joined 2 months before the last recordings of Loi, but Koffi prefered to take Pathy Bass and  Binda Bass instead of him. I don't know what happened between both guys. Maybe there was a problem or he had difficulties to adapt to Quartier Latin's style which I don't believe or he was maybe skipping rehearsals which Koffi hates. After that he rejoined Zaiko quickly and became the thrid bassist behind Oncle Bapius Muaka and Rocky Blanchard. Blanchard made a big mistake of rejoining Zaiko. I think that he regrets it until this day.

Hahahaha just because Burkina Faso left they only wrote his last name (his real name is Vincent Kasongo).

TH is an excellent album, but I don't like the drumsound of the generique and Mohammed Kaniasy

« on: November 13, 2018, 21:18 »
He played on Pas de Faux Pas, Noblesse Oblige, Magie and V12. Then on Ultimatum they had 4 bass-players (him, Binda Bass, Pathy Bass and Sunda Bass) with Koffi prefering Binda Bass over them. Then after the tour Jean-Marie Motingia Tuna of Zaiko joined them which made him furious and join Zaiko which was before the last recordingsessions of Loi with Koffi then prefering Pathy Bass and Binda over Motingia Tunga. Then he went back but he was unlucky to not have a visa to go to Europe and play on Droit de Veto. After that he got sidelined on Attenat because of having an affaire with a dancer. On Effrakata he was thinking that Rocky Blanchard would ran away in Europe after seeing how Pathy Bass & Clovis Silawuka left. So he decided to join Academia but he was unlucky that Sam couldn't return anymore to Kinshasa with the Kinshasa-fraction disbanding in 2003 and the most musicians joining Quartier Latin one by one (Tonton Lay, Tshe Tshe le Balle, Mbetenge Domingo and Rocky Blanchard). But Koffi wasn't respecting anymore until 2007 with him restaring to play albums. He participated on BEK and when Binda Bass returned to Europe in 2010 he got his role back as keymember with him playing the most songs on Abacadabra.

Congolese Music / Cuisse de Poulet doing porn
« on: November 13, 2018, 15:40 »

Aime Buanga was missing something and his hood Bandal was already divided in 3 parts (BCBG/EL Paris/Maison Mere). With all influent people of Bandalungwa support one of those 3 bands. His best friend and first president of Wenge Musica 'Kolo Esthetique' Jean Belis-Mfumu (R.I.P.) was already with Wenge EL Paris. So it was already very difficult to succeed. If he came from Lemba, Limete or Yolo than it would have been easier. Someone like Felix Wazekwa succeed because he had all the support of people coming from his hood Matete. The same for Thythy le Vallois who came from Masina.

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