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We are here to restore the recorded legacy of Franco Luambo Makiadi and TPOK Jazz, the greatest band to ever exist.

Thursday, March 25, 2010

MBONGO (VOLUME 3) (AFRICAN/SONODISC 360 108,1977)

Here's an LP we promised earlier. It contains some of the same tracks on the Live on the Afro-European Tour LP but without the annoying overdubbed applause.

This is real classic TPOK Jazz from 1977. Listening to this we think it is terrible all the recordings on the Afro-European Tour LP were not made available without the fake audience noise. Once again Ntesa Dalienst provides one of the best tracks with 'Lisolo Ya Adamo Na Nzambe'

http://www.4shared.com/file/249387131/9d1acb0b/Volume_3.html

Side A

MBONGO (LUTUMBA)

LISOLO YA ADAMO NA NZAMBE (NTESA)


LOTAMBE (WUTA MAY)

Side B

BADJEKATE (MPUDI ZI KISALA)


TAMBWE LUNTADILA (LOLA DJANGI)


MOLEKA OKONIOKOLO NGAI NTINA? (WUTA MAY)

4 comments:

  1. Thanks! Higher re front & back scans at:
    http://www.bolingo.org/audio/africa/congo/disco/African/360108.htm

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  2. OOOH MY..am overjoyed,didnt know such an awesome blog existed..anyway Kasongo is it possible to load the music in MP3 format?merci beaucoup

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  3. What's going on with information on jean Munsi Kwamy. I so badly want to know more about this guy and his career. I believe that Kwamy's influence on the rumba is immeasurable. His singing style during those early years of the sixties and seventies laid the foundation for many of his contemporaries and for those who followed. His voice and his phrasing is so unique. I can always tell when Kwamy's voice is in a vocal mix, regardless the number of singers. Yet, Kwamy is the one writer-singer one hardly ever reads or hears about. Could it be that he stepped on too many toes? Or is it because he played with so many groups?

    Please provide a discography of Kwamy. Thanks.

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  4. DOKOTOLOLAWI the music is in mp3 format.

    Anonymous, we do not have the time or resources to do a discography of Kwamy, he was on so many records!

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