Recent Posts

Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 10
1
African Music / Former TPOK Jazz
« Last post by tutulu on July 16, 2018, 06:22:19 pm »
I uploaded a video

of the Nado Kakoma - Ex Franco et TPOK Jazz - from his Sable Mouvant LP.

Enjoy

Nado Kakoma et Les Stars Du Zaire - Papa Mokambi Video
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EsXKzUKMj1w
2
African Music / Zaire 74: The African Artists
« Last post by victor_vulcero on June 19, 2018, 11:38:10 am »
Some videos from this music festival exist on youtube but now you can listen to the entire lineup... available on Amazon
   
1. Introduction
by Tabu Ley Rochereau & Afrisa

2. Celicia
by Tabu Ley Rochereau & Afrisa

3. Salongo, Pt. 1
by Tabu Ley Rochereau & Afrisa

4. Salongo, Pt. 2
by Tabu Ley Rochereau & Afrisa

5. Annie
by Tabu Ley Rochereau & Afrisa

6. Magali Ya Kinshasa
by Abumba Masikini

7. Limbisa Nga
by Abumba Masikini

8. Mobutu Praise Song 1
by Abeti

9. Tuikale
by Abeti

10. Liwela
by Abeti

11. Traditional Folk Song
by Abeti

12. Wandugo Wampenzi
by Abeti

13. Bibile
by Abeti

14. Mobutu Praise Song 2
by Abeti

15. Introduction
by Franco & T.P.O.K. Jazz Orchestra

16. Nzoto
by Franco & T.P.O.K. Jazz Orchestra

17. Mosala
by Franco & T.P.O.K. Jazz Orchestra

18. Kasai
by Franco & T.P.O.K. Jazz Orchestra

19. Koni Ya Bonganga
by Franco & T.P.O.K. Jazz Orchestra

20. Balingaka Ngaite
by Franco & T.P.O.K. Jazz Orchestra

21. Mabuidi
by Franco & T.P.O.K. Jazz Orchestra

22. Instrumental Dance Chant
by Franco & T.P.O.K. Jazz Orchestra

23. Kizembike
by Franco & T.P.O.K. Jazz Orchestra

24. Lala Nzala
by Franco & T.P.O.K. Jazz Orchestra

25. Instrumental
by Franco & T.P.O.K. Jazz Orchestra

26. Umqhokozo
by Miriam Makeba

27. Mobutu Praise Song
by Miriam Makeba

28. West Wind
by Miriam Makeba

29. Amampondo
by Miriam Makeba

30. Biboma
by Orchestre Stukas

31. Cherie
by Orchestre Stukas

32. Mobutu Praise Song
by Orchestre Stukas

33. Elatina
by Orchestre Stukas

34. Pembe Dance Song
by Pembe Dance Troupe
3
African Music / Name of Artist
« Last post by tutulu on May 21, 2018, 08:36:18 pm »
Does somebody know the name of the chanteur on the Jossart Longo's left-hand side?

I know that Adamo Ekula is on Jossart's right-hand side.

Thanks

4
African Music / Re: Orchestre Ya Tamba. Many questions
« Last post by LeFranck on March 24, 2018, 06:09:20 am »
I have an album [360.110] and a couple of other tracks: http://www.mediafire.com/file/d04pajh8pw6als9/L%27Afrique%20Danse%20Avec%20Ya%20Tamba%20%5B360.110%5D.zip

Hi Paul.
As I assume, the confusion is great when it comes to Ya Tamba releases. No one knows what it is or who it is.
http://www.globalgroovers.com/2016/04/lafrique-danse-avec-ya-tamba-african-360-110-1977.html
Same thing at Globalgroovers. Full confusion.
5
African Music / Re: Orchestre Ya Tamba. Many questions
« Last post by paul johnston on March 24, 2018, 03:29:43 am »
6
African Music / Orchestre Ya Tamba. Many questions
« Last post by LeFranck on March 23, 2018, 04:42:24 pm »
Another mystic band called Orchestre Ya Tamba. In English it would be Tamba's orchestra.
Worldservice mentioned that Tamba was the producer for MaMaKi. http://wrldsrv.blogspot.ug/2010/05/mamaki.html
Discogs.com has some single releases: https://www.discogs.com/artist/2824687-Ya-Tamba
Was Orchestre Ya Tamba only a side project for MaMaKi?
Had Orchestre Ya Tamba the same members as in MaMaKi?
Who was this producer called Ya Tamba?

Just trying to wrap my head around this. Any help would really be appreciated
7
African Music / Help to identify this Orchestre Les Hi-Fives album
« Last post by LeFranck on March 23, 2018, 03:52:36 pm »
I have this mp3 album from Orchestre Les Hi-Fives (titled Mpete Wa Mpete) that was labeled Melodica CD when I got it.
I saw another album uploaded by Moos at Globalgroovers. Not much information on this orchestre/band and their releases on internet.
http://www.globalgroovers.com/2018/03/the-hi-fives-mpete-wa-mpete-disques-esperance-1975.html

This is the playlist as I got it:
01. Les Hi-Fives  -  Mpete Wa Mpete
02. Les Hi-Fives  -  Jose na Lingaka
03. Les Hi-Fives  -  Mobali Na Ngai
04. Les Hi-Fives  -  Ekele Kele
05. Les Hi-Fives  -  Janne pt 1
06. Les Hi-Fives  -  Janne pt 2
07. Les Hi-Fives  -  Zonga Zonga
08. Les Hi-Fives  -  Bolingo Ya Pasi
09. Les Hi-Fives  -  Mambombwa Kululua
10. Les Hi-Fives  -  Mama Wele Wele

Download the album here: http://www.mediafire.com/file/q806pa9ka4z63k5/Orchestre_Les_Hi-Fives_-_Mpete_Wa_Mpete._%28Melodica_CD-R%29.rar
8
African Music / Re: Help me Identify these tracks
« Last post by LeFranck on March 23, 2018, 02:46:02 pm »
With the help from you guys seven tracks has been identified. Leaving us with three tracks, track 4, track 5 and track 6 .
No search gives me a result on "Eyebo" that was the given title on track 5.
Can this so called album be a label release of Melodica CD?
Feeling really happy with the result.
9
African Music / Re: Help me Identify these tracks
« Last post by LeFranck on March 23, 2018, 02:17:32 pm »
So far we have 7 identified, viz:
01 - Orchestre Les Noirs - Tshiku (ASL 2240)
02 - Orchestre Les Noirs - Mayaka (Sango SAN 26)
03 - Orchestre Les Noirs - Boni Okimi Ngai (Pathe Marconi 2 C054 81818, 1975)
04 - Orchestre Les Noirs - Track 4
05 - Orchestre Les Noirs - Eyebo
06 - Orchestre Les Noirs - papy zonga? nadeli papy?
07 - Orchestre Les Noirs - Osilisi Ngai Bisengo Ya Mokili (Pathe Marconi 2 C054 81818, 1975)
08 - Orchestre Les Noirs - Leontine Pt 1 (Pathe Marconi 2 C054 81818, 1975)
09 - Orchestre Les Noirs - Leontine Pt 2 (Pathe Marconi 2 C054 81818, 1975)
10 - Orchestre Les Noirs - Kumbe Bolingo (ASL 1097B)

Fantastic. I love the detective search for unidentified albums and songs but sometimes it can be really difficult. Merci mingi mpona lisungi na yo :-)
10
African Music / Re: Help me Identify these tracks
« Last post by LeFranck on March 23, 2018, 02:10:53 pm »
Somehow the link does not lead me  to the songs, so I may not help without listening.

On the Les Noirs, they were was originally based in Congo. Some band members later crossed to Kenya. The lead vocalist in the first song Tchiku, Moreno Batamba, and kalemby Kajos were some of them . They later settled in Kenya.

But there was also another established band called Les Kinoirs  comprising of Samba mapangala and Kasule Mopepe and other who also set their base in Kenya.

That's all I can remember from my young days

I saw my thread again and would like to thank you for the information. FYI the link is still working. I tested it today. I have some other songs and albums that also needs to be identified :-)
Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 10