June 25, 2019

Congo Theme Week, day 2
Zaïko Langa-Langa
Subissez les Consequences
Disques Esperance 1987

The story of Zaïko Langa-Langa is a long and complex one. They changed
their name, form, strength various times and lots of offspring groups came
from them. I advice you to read Wikipedia on Zaïko Langa-Langa for the whole
story. We had us quite some of their records and of Clan Langa Langa over
the years, take a look below. Maybe I even forgot some. Yesterday’s album
also belongs to the list. The record we have today is from 1987 and rocks
like hell, listen and check their Discogs Discography ..

Zaïko Langa-Langa is een band met een complexe historie. Ze begonnen in
1969 en veranderden meerdere malen van naam, bezetting, vorm etc. Het is
raadzaam het hele verhaal eens te lezen op Wikipedia over Zaïko Langa-Langa
als het je interesseert. We hadden hier reeds meerdere van hun platen en
van formaties die uit Zaïko zijn ontsproten. Ik kan er enkele zijn vergeten
maar hieronder vind je een hele lijst. het album van gisteren hoort er ook
bij. ‘Subissez le Consequences’ van vandaag stamt uit 1987 en gaat lekker
los. Luister en check hun Discogs Discografie ..

tracks ;

01 – Nibe
02 – Lisumu
03 – Kevalina
04 – Moyen te


Nkola Mboka vol. 5 from 1987
Kay-Kay from 1982
Teddy Sukami of Zaïko Langa-Langa from 1977
Gitta Prod. Tout-Choc from 1981
Nkola Mboka vol. 1 from 1983
La Zaïkomania from 1989
En Europe from 1984
Zaïko Eyi Nkisi from 1985
Jetez l’Eponge from 1989
Bongama Kamata from 1987
On Gagne le Procès from 1984
Nkola Mboka vol. 1 (different) from 1983
Croi Moi from 1983
the Big of Africa from 19??
Les Grands Succes des Editions Vévé vol. 6 from 1978
Tala Modele Echanger from 1985
l’Afrique Danse 360.121 from 1978
l’Afrique Danse 360.117 from 1978
Cessez le Feu from 19??
Sentiment Bimi from 1988
Songa Fiele from 1990
Nkolo Mboka (different) from 1983

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  1. Harris Diavua Salakiaku 25 June 2019 at 11:40 - Reply

    The last album before they split thanks Moos.

  2. Anonymous 25 June 2019 at 13:14 - Reply

    Hi Moos ,Nibe but also Kevalina were big hits for Zaiko when I stayed in Goma in 1988. Even a year after release the songs were played easily twice or trice a night in the nightclubs I frequented. Fantastic time. When I came back to Belgium I saw the band 4 times between 1989 and 1990. Every time they played for a Congolese audience these songs were played. I was so crazy about the songs that I bought the LP and the CD. I can recommend this album to all Rumba lovers. Of course Zaiko dont make bad albums. Cheers Rik

    • Moos 25 June 2019 at 16:22 - Reply

      Great to hear your side of the story Rick, thanks for your input ..

  3. Anonymous 26 June 2019 at 05:13 - Reply

    Hi Moos, I might be seriously mistaken but if I am correct the front cover is a picture taken during a concert at Salle de la Madeleine in Brussels. As it is Congo week I have two requests of songs which are just vague childhood memories. Just testing my luck. Gateau ya Anniversaire , Langa Langa Stars and j’y pleure et puis j”oublie , Arican Fiesra et Dr. Nico.
    Maybe you have them. The one from African Fiesta is a cover from Claude François. Thanks for putting Rumba on the map and showing the world how big the record industry in Africa is. Rik

    • Moos 26 June 2019 at 06:27 - Reply

      Unfortunately I don’t have those tracks Rick, at first I thought I had
      Langa Langa Stars, well I have the right sleeve but there is a wrong album inside, big shame ..

  4. Anonymous 26 June 2019 at 12:14 - Reply

    Thanks for checking Moos. I keep visiting the recordshops in Brussels once in a while.. I might be lucky one day!

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