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Some people requested we try higher bitrates so we experimented with this. Unfortunately it will not be practical for us to upload other K.A.S.A.
- Jestem Wszystkim Czego Chcesz (CD) at this bitrate because our internet connection is very slow. It took an hour and a half to upload this one track! Posted by Ba Numero Ya Telephone - Orchestre T.P.O.K. Jazz - Ba Numero Ya Telephone / Na Bali (Vinyl) at AM 6 comments: Links to this post. Tuesday, November 30, Update. This is Isaac Musanga, brother of Kasongo. We are both sorry for not updating this blog for so long.
We had been tending to our terminally ill father. We have been in mourning for the last two months as our dear father, who introduced us to Franco when we were small children and cultivated our love for TPOK Jazz, passed away. One of his dying wishes was that we continue to restore Franco's legacy, so he has left us many records.
We will soon start posting more records. For now we just want to say Rest in Peace to our dear father Posted by Isaac at PM 17 comments: Links to this post. It's also a fantastic and rare record, so these are reason's enough to post it here. It was released in and feautres five tracks, three of which are Youlou compositions. We don't know who the band members are. Posted by Isaac at PM 22 comments: Links to this post.
Labels: african guitarafrican musiccongocongolese rumbaFrancoyoulou. This is a 12 inch single from It is credited to Momy et le Tout Puissant O. Jazz, presumably because Momy Momene Mo Mikengo composed the tracks. There are just two tracks. One on each side. The second track is called 'Likingo Li Mboka'. Posted by Isaac at PM 6 comments: Links to this post.
Labels: FrancoFranco Luambo Makiadijoskyl'ok jazzmadilu systemntesa dalienst. Sunday, July 11, Two 45's from the 's. We have been busy collecting some What The Sun Said - John Fahey - The Dance Of Death & Other Plantation Favorites (CD, Album) rarities to post on the blog.
Some of these were acquired with the help of some generous doners. May we thank you Ba Numero Ya Telephone - Orchestre T.P.O.K. Jazz - Ba Numero Ya Telephone / Na Bali (Vinyl) for helping to make these recordings available to everyone.
Your continued support is appreciated. Our first two posts of our new acquisitions are two 45's from the 's. The first is 'Boni Nkaka' a Youlou Mabiala composition from released as a stand alone single labelled Edition Populaires African The song was previously released on the now deleted Sonodisc CD which we never got a copy of.
This is the original vinyl release in two parts. Posted by Isaac at PM 2 comments: Links to Joe Walsh - Barnstorm (Vinyl, LP, Album) post.
We are sorry for being so long to post anything new. Patience my friends, there will be some great rare material posted soon from some vinyl we have been collecting. In the mean time here is an album we found posted on global groovers recently. The album is L'Animation Non Stop from We have to admit this is not one of our favourite OK Jazz LP's because of the bad synthesizer sounds.
We're sure some of you will enjoy it though. Posted by Isaac at PM 4 comments: Links to this post. Labels: FrancoFranco Luambo Makiadijoskymadilu systemsimaroyoulou. This post is a special request from Kisondella in Tanzania.
It is a great album from that has a real sound of its own. The use of chorused guitars and electric drums might put off some purists, but the songs and musicianship on the album transcend any dated 80's sounds.
Josky and Madilu are to the fore on the vocal front here. Why Sonodisc split the tracks across these discs we don't understand! The images of the LP were taken from another internet site. Side A. Posted by Isaac at PM 5 comments: Links to this post. Labels: african guitarafrican musiccongocongolese musiccongolese rumbaFrancoFranco Luambo Makiadigerry dialunganajoskymadilu systemmpudi deccaok jazzTPOK Jazz.
Friday, April 30, Two Rare 45's. It has been some time since we posted something so here are two 45's we aquired recently with the aid of gratefully received donations from two visitors to our site.
Without these donations we wouldn't have been able to purchase these rare items. The first is an EP from credited to Brazzos et O. Two of the tracks were only ever released on this EP. The first two appeared as a single on the HMV release Loningisa We don't have composers for the tracks and presume they were composed by Brazzos. The cover of the copy we acquired was quite badly damaged so our apologies for that.
It was released on the African label and it is labelled African This seems to be an ultra-rare release as there is no mention of it on the online discographies of Ok Jazz. Labels: african guitarafrican musicbrazzoscongocongolese musiccongolese rumbaFrancoFranco Luambo Makiadil'ok jazzlola checainmose fan fanok jazzTPOK Jazz. Thursday, April 8, 3 Singles from the early 's. Here is a link from our friends at World Service which features three single releases from the 's.
Apparently 4 out of the 5 of these songs were never released on CD or mp3. They're all classics The first was released in as Fiesta Labels: african guitarafrican musiccongocongolese musiccongolese rumbaFrancoFranco Luambo Makiadijoskyl'ok jazzlola checainok jazzsam mangwanasimaroTPOK Jazzyoulou.
Tuesday, April 6, Authenticite Volume 4 African This is a compilation of tracks recorded between and There's a heavy Cuban influence on a lot of these tracks. Most of the tracks are composed by Mujos.
Only one is composed by Franco, two of the tracks are early compositions of the Poet Lutumba Simarro. Posted by Isaac at PM 3 comments: Links to this post.
Labels: african guitarafrican musiccongocongolese musiccongolese rumbaFrancoFranco Luambo Makiadil'ok jazzMujosok jazzsimaro. Here's another album from Global Groovers. We don't know much else about this album except that it was released in and reissued in We don't know who composed any of these tracks but they are possibly all composed by Vicky.
Posted by Isaac at AM 2 comments: Links to this post. Labels: african guitarafrican musiccongocongolese musiccongolese rumbaFrancook jazzvicky. We played in the same club Monday to Friday. We kind of mixed the two bands together and lived in the same house -- all of us together for maybe a year. We moved to Kenya in with Coco Zigo, while others went back to Zaire. With Moja One I contributed ideas, composed, and played rhythm guitar parts.
After playing with Losaka in and Shangoya Siama started Marimba Africa in Minneapolis, where he now lives. He died in a Nairobi hospital in August In Boma Liwanza dissolved and Frantal starred with Shika Shika until their dissolution two years later.
In he helped form Vundumuna out of the break-up of Virungawhich featured his pal Nsilu Wabansilu Manysho whom he met in Kampala, and who had gone from Boma Liwanza to Shika Me And Julio Down By The Schoolyard - Me First & The Gimme Gimmes - Bowling Bag (Vinyl) with him.
Sammy Kasule was another member of Vundumunaas was keyboardist Botango Bedjil, a. Vundumuna was the top band in Kenya for two years. InB. Mo-Franck took Vundumuna to Japan for Just For Me (Le Az Edit) - Various - Radio DJ - Program 02 (CD) six month contract, making them the first purely African band to play live in Tokyo.
Drummer Lava Machine died in December while still living in Japan. Frantal has started a new Orchestra Vundumuna in Nairobi Ba Numero Ya Telephone - Orchestre T.P.O.K. Jazz - Ba Numero Ya Telephone / Na Bali (Vinyl) Marie Clara A2. Caesar ya Maobi sic i. Caesar Moyibi A3. Ngai mwana Canto Indio - Lecuona Cuban Boys - Rumba, Conga, Schlager 1935-1937 (CD) vocals by Starzo ya Estha A4.
Lolo Twisonge B1. Engelbert B2. Lofundu ya pamba B3. Mboka mopaya pasi B4. See my review on Music of Congo page 4 Not to be confused with next disc! This LP is special for obvious reasons: the music is of high quality and in the tradition of Baba Ilunga wa Ilunga "Gaston" himself who is noted for his tremendous sense of perfection: This LP has been made more special in the sense that most of the tracks have never been released before.
Besides the high quality of music -- not forgetting the best quality of recording -- there are other important factors which make this LP to be even more Special. He was born 5th July at Likasi -- about kilometers east of Lumbumbashi, the capital of Shaba Province in the Republic of Zaire. His main interest in music was prompted by the church choir. When he was nine years old, Baba Ilunga wa Ilunga was a member of the Roman Catholic Church Choir at Likasi and Lumbumbashi and he attributes his initial success in music to his first teacher -- Joseph Kiwele -- who composed so many religious songs in Shaba Province in the early fifties.
Baba Ilunga wa Ilunga became a professional musician between and when he joined an all-white group -- the Orchestre de la Sabene -- in Lumbumbashi. It is while in this orchestra when he composed what was to become his famous hit -- Baba Gaston.
Baba Ilunga wa Ilunga owes his success in the field of profession music to his late Greek teacher -- Leonidas Rapitis -- who was a noted composer and pianist in the Republic of Zaire. Courtesy: Doug Paterson.
Ekelekele 2. Hello Hello B. Rudi Nyumbani Africa 2. I Komm Mit - Acaz - Best Of Acaz - 2004 - 2014 (CDr) Baba Gaston recorded this album with Kinshasa musicians during a trip to Zaire. Peter Toll. Bruxelles a Butembo 2. Okozua Nini B. Lengema Big Manager 2. Vituko Vya Harusi. Kai Kai 4'40 2. Ngai Nabeleli 8'38 3. Winnie 9'01 4.
Ilunga wa Ilunga 8'36 5. Baba Gaston 3'39 6. Rudi Shambani a. Safari ya Tanzania 8'27 7. Qui Sera Sera 9'12 8. I have listed the track times above to help in identification.
Nana's lovely song "Haraka Haina Baraka" uses a well-known Swahili catchphrase meaning "Hurrying is bad for your health" or "Haste makes waste. Jacques Akomo? Siama, rhythm guitaristJuma, and drummer Lava Machine. In Kampala he teamed up with some Veve musicians and they Good Rockin Boogie - Sleepy La Beef - Beefy Rockabilly (Vinyl, LP, Album) to Nairobi in but soon disbanded.
Bana means offspring and they were literally from the same family. They were called "Belgicains," because they studied abroad, Ba Numero Ya Telephone - Orchestre T.P.O.K. Jazz - Ba Numero Ya Telephone / Na Bali (Vinyl) they returned they were shunned by their parents for taking to music so moved to N'Djili, Zaire on their return. Because of family pressure they did not tour and perform but rather concentrated on recording and issuing 45s.
Felly went on to be the arranger for Lita Bembo. Thomas became a Christian minister and continues as a gospel artist. Amour Go 2. Kaiba 3. Maya Love Wont Wait (Wawa Vs Ian Carey Mix) 4. Bona eds. Bana-Modja 02; reissued African Bana-Modja 03; reissued African The band disbanded in with several members moving to Kenya where they regrouped as Bana Ngenge but only lasted a year before splitting again.
Bana Moja the label, seems to have been created to release Bana Ngenge records and its name outlasted the band. The song "Bana ya Ngenge" tells the story of their formation.
Bana ya Ngenge 2. Cheri Peter 3. Kombe Kombe 4. Cheri Clara i. Seline i. Selina Mostly taken from badly dubbed cassettes. All of these tracks on the 2 CDs have been posted on YouTube where you can judge the sound quality. Bana Likasi the band was a side project of Lovy in when he wanted to avoid contractual obligations for his group Super Lovy. We can add Kalala Mbwebwe, who wrote "Imbe," to the line-up.
Orch Bassanga Orch. They split up on arrival in Tanzania in Drummer was Kavabuha Augustin, alias Augiga, from Burundi who began singing in a church choir at age 9. The Bassanga are cave-dwelling people in Southern Katanga province, Congo.
Probably done at the same time as Jojo Ikomo's album with Orchestre Lokito. I don't think there's a connection to Vercky's band Bella Bella that was one of the giants of the era, but there may be with Bella Mambo, an offshoot formed by Kanda Bongo Man.
First of all the whole thing is less than half an hour, and secondly it was recorded, it seems to me, at the wrong speed, so all the tracks sound too fast. Plus the last one sounds like it was recorded on a cheap tape deck off the radio! I doubt that was the band's intention. The whole thing is also overmodulated, to really ruin your enjoyment of this band, but then again I am not sure it IS Boma Liwanza. The best track on here is "Cafe con Leche," the most amazing take off of OK Jazz ever achieved by another band.
The guitarist goes off on one of those demonic two-fingered leads between choruses and is egged on by people yelling "Juba," one of whom sounds like Sam Mangwana. According to kentanzavinyl. Tabu Saidi Ogolla "Frantal," lead guitar Ali? He fled to Kenya and joined Les Noirs.
He also played with Vundumuna and recorded two solo albums: Kasule and Muziki. Special Liwanza had a single "Kanai" released in Ivory Coast, they also backed Laba Sosseh on a Lassissi releaseso it is very likely they made a West coast tour. Went to St. Paul School, Barumbu for six years, left in Standard Six and proceeded to College to study mechanics for two years during which he developed a love of music, becoming a musician as a singer. As he puts it in his own words, "This is the man who really taught me real music.
I mean Mzee Shango Lola. This made me realise that all that I had been doing was just not good Mr. Blues Is Coming - Omar And The Howlers - Swingland (CD, Album). With Thomy Lomboto, a. Kabeya Ilombo, bass, from Viva Makale. George Kalombo had started in a band called Bakoka also the name of a town in the heart of the Congo, and a label in Kenya and then gone East to Northwestern Tanzania, to Mwanza my conjecture, since he added that to his namewhere he formed Orch Bassanga with Monimambo Jim.
His most successful band was Viva Makale. Siama Matuzungidi recalls: "There were a few recordings: some of them I and Lomboto played and the guitarist Jacques he went back to Zaire in the 80s -- I forget his other The Jam - In The City (CD, Album) was still using the name Bwambe Bwambe in recordings. But the actual band was broken up already before we arrived.
I believe all these used to be in Bwambe Bwambe. Facing difficulties he left and joined Okessa. Then joined Bantou Succes in Mombasa. In he moved to Nairobi to join Baba Gaston's band. Kayembe Nyonga was born on 19 January in Lubumbashi, Zaire. Doug Paterson. Les Kamale also recorded on the Fuka Fuka label in so it follows ex-members would choose this name. Fuka-Fuka is a neighborhood of downtown Sit Down, Satan - DJ Dodger Stadium - Friend Of Mine (Vinyl, LP, Album), a city on the Congo river on the Angolan border.
Their earliest single I have found was recorded in Zaire in December Richard Kasongo posted a picture of the band on facebook, getting off a plane in Tanzania, and tagged Micka Jagajaga as the drummer. Malebo with Vieux Armando, etc.
In Jagajaga moved to Nairobi and joined les Mangelepa. After that he joined Vundumuna and went with them to Asia in and recorded Nakata Mikili in Omnivore - Feeding Frenzy (CD, Album). He toured the Middle East with Vundumuna in In toured Belgium and Holland with Simba Wanyika and recorded an album.
In returned to Tokyo with Jambo Jambo band. Decided to stay in Japan, and toured Thailand. Makengo Roy was leader and songwriter, also associated with Orch Mandalala as this was one of their hits, perhaps it became the name of a splinter group. Kiala sang with OK Jazz. In "Linda Toli" there's a shout-out to Johnny Bokelo who published one of their records.
On "Keba na zuwa" there are shout-outs to Roy Makongo, Mambiza? Kebam and Massikini are credited as songwriters and could be other musicians. Tout Mopia. In Mbo made a recording as Grand Piza Ezanga. Kwani tangu kibuniwe kime bahatika sana kimuziki kwa kuweza kuto rekodi ambazo ziliweza kuu tetemi sha ulimwengu mzima.
Rekodi hizi ni "Mwana mawa," ikifa tiwa na "Mandalala" na pia "Bilanga" ambazo zimeweza kuwapatia ushindi mkubwa Orch. Grand Piza. Huu ni ushindi ambao kweli bendi nyingi zina tamani sana kuupata.
Haikuwa shida kwa hawa vijana, Ba Numero Ya Telephone - Orchestre T.P.O.K. Jazz - Ba Numero Ya Telephone / Na Bali (Vinyl), kama alivyosema kiongozi "Makengo Roy". Tume shinda na sifa kubwa tumepata lakini sisha tuja tosheka kwani bado tunakuja hatujafika. Hata hivyo hii ni rekodi ya kwanza ya mfululizo wao wa Super Hits na ina Mojawapo ya vibao vyao vipya "Keba Nazuwa" moto kweli. It had since are designed as musically very fortunate to be able to inactivity main tetemi records that could be fed whole world.
These recordings are "Mother Son," "Mandalala" and also "Bilanga" that have been handing a major victory to orch. This is a true victory that many bands have a strong desire to win. It was not a problem for these young people, so said the leader "Makengo Roy". Commission won a great reputation we have but we do not already satisfied since we still come we arrived. However this is the first record of their series Super Hits and has One of their new hits "Keba Nazuwa" hot indeed.
So Makengo says "Mambo Bado Mtatuchoka. Mwana mawa pt 1 2. Mwana mawa pt 2 3. Bana Moja 5. Mama alobi na bala 7. Mbomoko Mobayi 8. Makuela 9. Hi Fives Orchestre Les Hi-Fives, originators of the popular Kibushi sound, were one of many Congolese dance bands who, fleeing political turmoil, made their way east to Tanzania and Kenya.
In they moved to Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, and two years later to Mombasa to join the burgeoning Congolese exile music scene in Kenya. Here, like much of this cohort, they became as much a "Kenyan" group as a Congolese one. Various problems, notably with residency permits, forced the band to break up some time in the late '70s or early '80s, and the members scattered to the four winds.
B4 Olukala Makambo. A2 Chibila Chibe Nawezi K. A3 Nakolela Numbi M. Kochomo was the producer and he issued at least 40 singles. See kentanzavinyl. In the star of Jojo Ikomo appears on the musical firmament of Zaire with his first song "Sema Sema" accompanied by the Orchestre Tabou National, drawing everybody's attention to him. From that moment onwards his career steadily developed and he and his Orchestre Tabou National became one of the best recognised Orchestres in the country.
In he joins Orchestre VeVe of Kiamuangana Mateta with whom he enjoyed a lot of success, particularly with songs like "Maina" and "Kaniuka. He left Zaire and travelled towards the East of Africa and played for some time in Uganda.
Finally he Organ Grinders Swing - Wild Bill Davis - Flying Home (Vinyl, LP, Album) Kenya, meanwhile with Orchestre Bana Ngenge. During this time he created some of his top sellers like Kayumba, Kombe Kombe etc. His singular talents to touch the deepest sentiments of the people, to make them O, Mano Saule - Foje - Paveikslas (Geriausios Dainos) (CD) and cry and to reach their hearts through his expressive voice are at its best in this present recording which is Jojo Ikomo's first LP and which will satisfy all his followers, and gain many more.
Willy is Willy Tambwe Lokassa on bass guitar. Shout out to "Samba" might be Samba Mapangala, vocalist. Amour Go A2. Londia B1. Mayatu B2. For more from this band see Batcha Lokito. A year later they relocated to Nairobi where Bedjo joined their ranks on lead guitar.
They scored hits with "Sunday" and "Malako. When asked about the popularity of Congolese music in Nairobi, Mapangala replied, "Music has no borders. Everyone enjoys the rhythm. For more see Doug Paterson's Samba Mapangala page. Madjo Abdallah of Orch.
Jakomo Jr. Mopero returned to Congo and joined Victoria Eleison. With Lava Machine Finale (Allegro Energico - Stringendo Ppoco A Poco - Presto) drums. Most were drafted into Viva Makale by George Kalombo. Lemba is a district of Kinshasa, the Lingala verb kolemba means to wear you out! Reportedly Lessa Lassan was also a singer with them. See above for more biographical info.
Shamallah Wa Shamallah writes: "His last hit under his own band, "Maisha yangu Lovy" is believed to be a premonition of his death. He folded up Super Lovy and went to Tanzania where he joined Vijana Jazz and was on lead vocals when they released their super selling hit "Ogopa Matapeli.
He used to live somewhere in Nairobi West near Nyayo Stadium. Pitie A. Dada B. Bibi B. This is where I learnt music. Nearly all my compositions at Mazembe were hits. I left Mazembe in May and formed my own "Super Lovy. I now bring you this album called LOVY. Twikala wa Twikale of Les Mangelepa. Whoever it is, he is smoking hot on this album.
Bibiley was later associated with Le Droit DAmour - Nicole Rieu - Le Droit DAmour (Vinyl) Motindo in Nairobi in There was also an Editions Malembe-Malembe label in Kenya. But the decision to adopt the now famous name Mangelepa was taken on Current Rock. Metal General. Dark Metal. Grind Core. Hard Core.
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A1 Pneu Ya Reserve* A2 Telephone B1 Ossette Muana Congo B2 Olongui Ya Mawa * "Pneu ya reserve (Spare tire)" also appears on the Musicanova album, Musicanova présente Nguashi N'Timbo later reissued as NT Nguashi Ntimbo et le T.P.O.K. Jazz présente Banganga ya Moyindo. Festival du Zaire 45s: Akende Bokila Eds Ntombo ET Bokola nakokufa. Orchestre Negro Succès A: NÉNÉ YA BA PENSÉE (Moro Maurice) Soucous [FOL] B: DÉCOURAGEMENT. Fiesta Populaires 52 P Orchestre T.P. O.K. Jazz A: BA NUMERO YA TÉLÉPHONE (Youlou) Rumba [FLN03] B: NA BALI (Checain) Rumba [FLN04] Fiesta Populaires 53 P Orchestre T.P. O.K. Jazz.
Luambo Makiadi et l’orchestre T.P. O.K. Jazz A: BELELA AUTHENTICITE NA CONGRES YA MPR 1er (Luambo Makiadi) B: BELELA AUTHENTICITE NA CONGRES YA MPR 2e (Luambo Makiadi) Editions Populaires EP. 78 A & B: Fiesta P Luambo Lwanzo [sic] Makiadi (Franco) et l’orchestre T.P. O.K. Jazz A: LIKAMBO YA NGANA (Franco) Rumba (Lingala) [FOL].
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