December 15, 2014

Kouka C. Celio et l’Orchestre le Peuple
Beau-Saccot Sound, BSS 3301

Kouka C. Celio, front

Over the past years we had a couple of lp’s with Trio CePaKos,
with Pamelo Mounk’a and Kosmos Moutouari. The ‘Ce’ stands
for Celestin Kouka Celio and today we have an album of their
Orchestre le Peuple but just with Kouka C. Celio. It sounds as
bright as we already hoped it would, just love them guitars of
Orchestre le Peuple. Celio’s voice, the warm hornsound,
and I didn’t even mention those phat rhythms yet, hell
yes, in other words, do not miss listening to another
great piece of Congo’s musical inheritance,
..get it & spread it..


1 Sala m’bongo
2 Pépé
3 Na lati mokuya
4 Debora


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  1. yann 15 December 2014 at 23:54 - Reply

    Thank you!

  2. PeterK 16 December 2014 at 00:49 - Reply

    Wonderful, thank you!!!

  3. Blair 28 December 2014 at 10:26 - Reply

    Thanks, love the Bantous-connected

  4. DJ Daudi (David) 8 January 2015 at 06:48 - Reply

    Moos, I take to heart your request. I will share this on (up to 4!) Ambiance Congo radio programs. Only 4? Well, there are only 4 tracks. I try not to play anything twice unless a song is requested.
    Stunning record. I want a clean copy of this!

    • Moos 8 January 2015 at 15:38 - Reply

      ..exactly how clean do you mean Daudi ?
      I don’t have a lot of options..

  5. robert 27 September 2016 at 18:57 - Reply

    Humbly suggested. If you are dubbing a .WAV or .AIF file from the record, there is a program called ClickRepair that does an excellent job of removing clicks and pops, without degrading overall sound. It takes ClickRepair less than a minute to clean an entire LP. Not sure, it may only be a Mac program.

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