Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Ambiance Congo: May 5. 2013

Welcome!
Happy 5 de Mayo!
Another great show for you today...Koffi Olomide, Zaiko Langa Langa, Bumba Massa, Pascal Poba...
Enjoy!
To listen, download this zip file.
http://www.yousendit.com/download/UVJqZm1RcG8wZ2x2TzhUQw
or when that is unavailable, go here:
http://www.radio4all.net/index.php/series/Ambiance+Congo




 
 
Here is today's track list:
 
PART A
1)King Kester Emeneya & Victoria Eleison Dream Team Dream Band
sebene from DORIS ILOKO (this program’s theme song)
from the CD PAS DE CONTACT
Black Music
2)Koffi Olomide
PAPA PLUS
from the CD NOBLESSE OBLIGE
Sonodisc
3)Pascal Poba
MA JOLIE
from the CD SUCRE SALE
Groupe Lettre P
4)Le Geant Makolin
VICKY LA SIRENE
from the LP VICKY LA SIRENE
Gama Production
5)Wenge Musica Aile Paris
LUC-BO MOLO
from the CD MOLANGI YA MALASI
Flash Diffusion Business
6)Bopol Mansiamina & Besisimou
MAILLOT JAUNE
from the LP MAILLOT JAUNE
Ets. TINA
7)Le Choc-Choc 85
LA VIE
from the LP LE CHOC-CHOC 85 AVEC SES VEDETTES DU MOMENT
Don Dass
8)Zaiko Langa Langa
TOYAMBANA
from the LP EH NGOSS! Eh NGOSS! EH NGOSS!
Prozal
PART B
9) Diane Solo, Moro Maurice & The Best du Zaire
MA PEN’DO
from the LP DIANE SOLO, MORO MAURICE ET THE BEST DU ZAIRE
Tangent
10) Orchestre Le Peuple Trio Ce.Pa.Kos
ZALA SERIEUX
from the LP ORCHESTRE "LE PEUPLE" TRIO "CE.PA.KOS"
Pathe Marconi/EMI
11)Celi Bitshu
VON VON
from the LP CELI BITSHU AVEC L'INFATIGABLE MACHINE A TUBES BITSHU
K’Dance
12)Franco & Le T.P. O.K  Jazz
MAMA NA BEBE
from the LP LIVE RECORDING OF THE AFRO EUROPEAN TOUR
African
13) Sam Mangwana & l’African All Stars
ZELA NGAI NASALA
from the LP SAM MANGWANA ET L’AFRICAN ALL STARS
Adios Records
14) Bumba Massa
MACHA
from the CD APOSTOLO
Cantos Music
15)”Jah Man Geko” Bouro Mpela
BEL HOMME
from the CD VICE DE PROCEDURE
Duo D’Enfer


9 comments:

Dave, Liverpool UK said...

David, thanks for yet another hugely enjoyable AC show - it's always good to hear some Le Peuple. I count seventeen people on the cover of that LP. Seventeen. Imagine how good they'd sound with just a few more guys in the band!

Apurva Bahadur said...

A melodious show - liked Makolin, Wenge, Bopol, Zaiko and Celi Bishtu. Many thanks. Apurva from Pune, India.

Anonymous said...

Thanks Daudi for another great line-up of songs. A future line-up that includes one of the great songs by Bendoson or Titina Alcapone that you have not played before would be great. Please keep up the great work. You should be crowned King of Promotion and Preservation of African Music.

DJ Daudi said...

Thanks to all for your comments! I have been out of town so reply has been difficult. I do appreciate you!

Dave, Liverpool UK said...

David, I have a question about the total disappearance of KarmaPa. Do you know what's happened to him? Maybe he got a "proper" job and no longer needs to trouble us with his fantastic music. Who knows.
Anyway, just to remind us what a great musician he is, how about giving one of his discs a spin next time round? The epic Lifolototo from Riposte would be great (and give you time to nip out and do some shopping or wash the car. Or both) but really, anything would be great. Cheers.

DJ Daudi said...

Karmapa is getting ready to release a new one. Yeah. It has been awhile, hasn't it?
I'll be happy to play your song, Dave.

DJ Daudi said...

Hey, Dave! I listened to Lifolototo again. Maybe if I do play it I'll follow your advice and leave the room! It may be long but it's long and awful! I think I'll pick something else if you don't mind, but if you want to that one, I'll play it anyway. And go wash the car while listening to something else :)

Dave, Liverpool UK said...

Hahaha. You're right about Liflototo - I like to think it's a challenging and uncompromising piece of work but really it's best described as a complete train-wreck. Still, there is something noisily magnificent about it, don't you think? Probably wouldn't want to take it to a desert island, though. Unless it was just to leave it there.
Thanks for playing the other Karmapa track and roll on the release of his new stuff; the man's a genius.
By the way, I loved the Twilight Zone synth stuff going on on that Minzoto Wela Wela track - although something tells me that the guy playing it hadn't had too much time to practise before they committed it to tape. Interesting.

DJ Daudi said...

Dave, there are some really goofy keyboard elements in a number of songs by any number of groups. Lita Bembo has some as well.