January 17, 2011

Congo, Tours de Force vol. 2 – Various Artists

Z   Congo, Tours de Force vol.2

The original plan was to wait a bit in between the volumes
and do some regular albums but I could not resist. So, not
too fast, just the No.2 and we’ll take a break okay ?


1 Pambou Tchicaya Tchico – Tam-tam d’Afrique
2 Franco et l’O.K. Jazz – Colonel Bangala
3 Zaïko Langa Langa – C’est la verité
4 Rumbanella Band – l’Age et l’amour
5 Johnny Bokelo & l’Orchestre Conga 68 – Tambola na mokili
6 Orchestre Afrisa International – Mose-Konzo
7 Mose Se Sengo ‘Fan Fan’ – Julie la petite
8 Docteur Nico & African Fiesta – Pauline
9 Orchestre Vévé – Zonga andowe
10 Tiers Monde Cooperation – Tiers monde
11 Verckys – N’dia
12 Sam Mangwana – Georgette Eckins
13 Camille Feruzi – Kahagwe
14 Tabu Ley – Mimi Ley


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  1. Anonymous 18 January 2011 at 20:28 - Reply

    hello moss. My brother recommend this page is pure truth African ………………..………………… ATT: Jork Langa Langa/Barranquilla

  2. Anonymous 18 January 2011 at 23:11 - Reply

    2 inspired selections – I still know 1 or 2 unfortunate people who are indifferent to Congolese music – I shall make sure they hear these. By the way Moos, do you have the entire Mose Se Fan Fan ‘Belle Epoque’ album? I’ve been looking for it for a long time now :-) Keep up the great work, you are still #1. MamboPete

  3. moos 19 January 2011 at 07:07 - Reply

    Hey Mambo Pete,
    I have the album on cd, normally I don’t do cd’s, just some tracks in compilations. I might make an exeption one of these days though..
    stay tuned..

  4. Timothy 19 January 2011 at 08:34 - Reply

    Thanks Moos! Maybe in one of your compilations you’ll be able to include Franco’s “Liberté” and Tabu Ley Rochereau’s “Ibrahim”.

  5. Apurva Bahadur 19 January 2011 at 17:16 - Reply

    Thank you Moos for the double treat! Apurva from Pune, India.

  6. Anonymous 19 January 2011 at 19:48 - Reply

    I think ‘pure truth african’ (see above) might be another blog where columbian’s show off their record albums kind of like afroclumbia’s pain in the ass blog.

    thank you as always moos for your treats.

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