Friday, February 24, 2017

Ambiance Congo: February 19, 2017

WELCOME!
Thanks for listening to Ambiance Congo.
This time, I have started with some Negro Succes, one of my favorite bands that I just don't play enough, move into some Mando Negro Kwala-Kwa and then some Afro International at the request of my friend Zim. We are treated by our friend Moos to a wonderful and rare song by the singer Maisso with Youlou Mabiala and then a killer track by Josky Kiambukuta.
After this, we move to Viva-inspired music by Strervos-Niarcos and then...MORE!
Enjoy!
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The songs:
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) Orchestre Negro Succes
MOKILI EBATA NGAI FIMBO
from the CD COMPILATIONS ORCHESTRES CONGOLO-ZAIROIS 1967/1968/1970/1974
Sonodisc

3) Mando Negro Kwala-Kwa
DODE LINGAKA
from the CD SOUVENIR D’UNE EPOPEE VOL. 5
Glenn Music

4) Afro International
MUKOMA
from the LP EFFACER LE TABLEAU
Ets. VeVe International


5) M’Bilia Bel & Tabu Ley
EMANDE
from the CD MBILIA BEL / TABU LEY
Genidia


6) Maisso “La Voix Feminine du Moment”
MAISSO
from the LP LE PRINCE DE LA MUSIQUE CONGOLAISE YOULOU MABIALA ET MAISSO LA VOIX FEMININE DU MOMENT
Disques Norbert Miab

7) Josky Kiambukuta
AZIZA
from the CD LE COMMANDANT DU BORD
Sans Frontieres/Musicanova

8) Strervos-Niarcos
BADUMBA
from the CD LE PROPHETE STRERVOS-NIARCOS LE NGANSHIE DE LA RELIGION YA KITENDE
Ets, Kaluila

PART B

9) Emma Vuiti dit “Le Kid” et Mea Culpa Musica
DONA VILLA
from the CD SOUVENIR
Creon Music

11) Wenge Musica Maison Mere
KOFFI AIYANA
from the CD SOLOLA BIEN!
JPS Productions

11) King Kester Emeneya & Victoria Eleison
SEPT SUR SEPT
from the CD NOUVEL ORDRE
Lusafrica

12) Manda Chante
PROCES DU CRIME
from the CD JE SUIS…
Cyriaque Bassoka Productions

13) Doudou Copa
AFFAIRE POUKOU
from the CD IL FALLAIT O’ZALA! L’ALBUM DE LA RUMBA CONGOLAISE
Tamaris

14) Felix Wazekwa
BOBOTO REGLE
from the CD YO NANI?
JPS Productions

15) Groupe Flash
EMERAUDE
from the CD FLASH
Simon Music-SIPE Productions

16)Benz Petrole
APERTIF
from the CD BYE BYE
Benz Petrole

3 comments:

Dave, UK said...

Splendid show as always - the Maisso track really was a treat. And who knew it even existed.

I'm sure you were going to do a Prince Youlou "special" a couple of years back? I actually can't think of anything he's done that I don't like, so a show dedicated to him pretty much guarantees two of the best hours of the year so far.

Did you see that Jamaitha Inanga has a new release?;
https://www.amazon.com/Nalé-Jamaitha-Inanga/dp/B01N1URKPM/ref=sr_1_9?ie=UTF8&qid=1488135679&sr=8-9&keywords=Jamaitha
Featuring Theo Blaise and the ubiquitous Caen Madoka, it sounds good to me albeit in a retro-kind-of-style. Worth a listen maybe.

Re Caen Madoka; did you get or hear any of those Faya Tess CDs (Vol 1 through 5) that came out recently? I don't think you played any of them (and I only heard a couple of them), but Mr Madoka plays some fine guitar on them. He's working harder than ever these days - good on him.

DJ Daudi said...

Hi Dave
Thanks as always for your comments and suggestions.
The Maisso track comes from an album posted by Moos on Globalgroovers. Being in Europe, that guy has access to music that I'd never get to hear or otherwise share on Ambiance Congo.
I should do a Youlou Mabiala special tribute while he is still with us. I t would be difficult to spin previously unplayed songs, though, as I do play a lot of his music.
I haven't listened to any of the Faya Tess compilations. They are basically new versions of Tabu Ley songs, aren't they?

David Clifford said...

When it comes to Prince Youlou I think we can handle some second-spinning of discs.

Yes, a couple of the Faya Tess CDs are Tabu Ley songs and the other three are "Classiques" of Madilu, Bantous, Simaro and the gang.

I think we all dream of rooting through some LPs in a second-hand shop and stumbling across some of the stuff that Moos seems to find. Maybe one day.