Dindo Yogo – Après Leurs Tournées
de Tokyo-Paris-Kinshasa
Sacodisc 1987



Nog zo’n heerlijk stukje soukous met ‘la Voix Cassé’ van Dindo
Yogo. Uit 1987 en up up tempo dans materiaal. Bezoekers als
Harris en Tim, dit is er zo eentje voor jullie, meubels opzij
en laat je gaan. Veel dans plezier..

Another great piece of soukous with ‘la Voix Cassé’ of Dindo
Yogo. From 1987 and up up tempo dancing material. Visitors
like Harris and Tim, this is one for you guys, kick your furniture
aside and dance away, lots of fun doing so..

tracks ;

01 – Seben 1
02 – Souviens-toi
03 – Bibi
04 – Seben 2
05 – Y a pas de sots metiers
06 – Francy


13 thoughts on “Dindo Yogo – Après Leurs Tournées
de Tokyo-Paris-Kinshasa
Sacodisc 1987

  1. Thank you so much for all that you post Moos. Your blog has opened my mind and ears to a wonderful new world of music. Much respect and thanks again.

  2. hi Moos,,
    This iis a record that I know “insideoutside’. I played it easily more then a thousand times. I learned to dance rumba on it in Goma, Kivu province in Congo. Every break of the sebene is glued in my head.. Y a pas de sots metiers is my life philosophy. Respect for everybody who works to make an honnest living and contributes to society no matter what his or her profession is. Musicians those days where considered lowl-lifes in Congo despite the fact that nearly everybody loves music. They drink and have too much girlfriends.. This is a reaction from Dindo against this prejudice. I play it still on every party we have here at home. People may agree or not but for me this is one of the best rumba records of the late eighties , probably because it is youth sentiment mingled with sweet memories in Congos’ most beautiful region Ashante sana. Rik

  3. hi moos, thanks for this nice album, I would like to ask if the songs seben 1 & 2 are really on vinyl because the cover shows that there are only 4 songs. thank you so much

  4. Dear Moos –

    Thanks for posting this great disk. I got a copy when it was posted by the Rhythm Connection blog in 2011 (after I had asked him whether he had any Dindo Yogo). He labelled the two sebenes (sebens?) as “Sebene 1 (Francy)” and “Sebene 2 (Bibi).” I agree with his labeling scheme, that those sebenes go with those songs. This explains why the album cover lists 4 songs but there are six tracks, but it opens another question about why the tracks are in this order, in particular why the opening of Francy is split from its sebene. Best answer I can figure out is that the album is intended as an infinite loop – the last song on record side A continues as the first song on side B, and the last song on side B continues as the first song on side A – and it should be played that way.

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