Saturday, September 13, 2008

Ambiance Congo for September 14, 2008

Les Bantous de la Capitale!
Tune in for another program that features the music of this great band.
This time around, we'll hear songs primarily from the 70s and 80s.
The program will start with a track from their 2007 CD, then we''l go back in time to hear the vocal artistry of Pamelo Mounk'a and Kosmos Moutouari. We'll hear all this on CD, LP and 45 RPM.












We'll also hear from groups that broke away in the 70s: Le Peuple and Bantous "Monument"as well as some solo ventures by members of the band.
Where? http://www.wrir.org/ When? Sunday 3:00-5:00 PM











Did you miss the program? Not to worry! Download a copy here: https://www.yousendit.com/download/bVlCSlI5RkUzS3BMWEE9PQ

Here is the track list
1)King Kester Emeneya
sebene from DORIS ILOKO (this program's theme song)
from the CD: PAS DE CONTACT
Black Music
2)Les Bantous De La Capitale
A MON AVIS
from the CD: BAKOLO MBOKA
Cyrique Bassoka Productions
3)Les Bantous De La Capitale
COMPTE SUR MOIfrom the 45 RPM single
Pathe / EMI
4)Les Bantous
QUERIDA PAOLA *
from the LP: LA RENAISSANCE
Music Press
5)Les Bantous De La Capitale
AVE MARIA LIMBISA
from the LP: LES BANTOUS DE LA CAPITALE BAKOLO MBOKA
Bade Stars Music
6)Orchestre Le Peuple
MOSSA-TAZOS 1 & 2
from the LP: ORCHESTRE LE PEUPLE
Pathe Marconi
7)Les Bantous Monument
INOUSSA
from the LP: LES BANTOUS "MONUMENT"
Sonodisc
8)Pamelo Mounk'a
DJIMO IVI *
from the CD: PAMELO MOUNK'A ET LES BANTOUS DE LA CAPITALE
Sonodisc
9)Les Bantous De La Capitale
BRAZZA LE VERT
from the LP: SPECIAL CENTENAIRE DE BRAZZAVILLE 1880-1980
MP
10)Orchestre Les Bantous De La Capitale
NZO ZA SUEKA NSAMU
from the LP: SPECIAL 20eme ANNIVERSIARE
Musi-Club
11)Les Bantous De La Capitale
C'EST TROP TARD CHERIE
from the LP: BAKOLO M'BOKA VOL.1
IAD
12)Samba Mascott *
JULIE OKANGI MOTEMA
from the LP: MAYANGILA
Sedim
13)Le Bombardier Yamp'pouela Du Pool
MIREILLE, SEUL MOI QUI PEUT TE SUPPORTER
from the LP: TOI POUR MOI, MOI POUR TOI
K-Dance
14)Jean Serge Essous (3S)
SALISA NGAI
from the LP: SALISA NGAI
Black And White Music

*=by request

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Its history starts when six musicians, authors, type-setters playing in various already famous formations (Rock'n'roll-HAVe-Mambo, OK Jazz, Négro Jazz…) in Léopoldville - today, Kinshasa - join their original Brazzaville at the beginning of independence.

It is precisely on August 15, 1959 that create for themselves Bantous of the Capital which will not be long in becoming the emblem of this crucial time of the history of the country and the pioneers of the Congolese rumba. After many separations and reformations, the group counts still today in its rows four of the original members. The four-bit byte of seniors whom constitute Nino Malapet, Essous Jean Serge, Nkouka Célestin, Edo Nganga, from now on is reinforced by the presence of young people and less young artists.

More than one group, Bantous of the Capital also represent a true institution and an authentic section of the historical heritage of the African in general and Congolese music in particular.

fajridil adha said...

nice blog :)

Roxana27 said...

hm... "This download link is invalid and there is no file associated with it."

Ambiance Congo said...

That's right.Programs are available as a zip file for two weeks only. After that you may find them for download in the Ambiance Congo Audio Archives.
You can find the Archives in the list of links on the left side of this page.