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Various - Africa - Congo. Da Kinshasa A Parigi, I Leoni Del Soukous: Papa Wemba, Ray Lema E Pepe Kalle

  • Performer: Various
  • Title: Africa - Congo. Da Kinshasa A Parigi, I Leoni Del Soukous: Papa Wemba, Ray Lema E Pepe Kalle
  • Genre: Folk
  • Country: Italy
  • Record source: CD, Compilation
  • Released: 2001
  • Style: African
  • Label: Fabbri Editori
  • Cat#: MDM 048
  • MP3 album: 1236 mb
  • FLAC album: 2834 mb
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 154
Various - Africa - Congo. Da Kinshasa A Parigi, I Leoni Del Soukous: Papa Wemba, Ray Lema E Pepe Kalle

Tracklist

1Wendo KolosoySoki Olingi Ngai5:03
2Tshaia MuanaTshibola3:45
3Samba NgoTchidiba4:10
4Wendo KolosoyMarie louise5:28
5Papa WembaMokili Pitie7:21
6A. MoundandaRetraite5:01
7Pépé Kallé and NybomaNazingi Maboko6:11
8Ray LemaTata Wa Boso3:30
9Papa WembaKemousa6:51
10Tshala MuanaKebeji4:30
11Aurlus Mabele , and LoketoRosine5:17


Album

Jules Shungu Wembadio Pene Kikumba 14 June 1949 24 April 2016, known professionally as Papa Wemba, was a Congolese singer and musician who played Congolese rumba, soukous and ndombolo. Dubbed the King of Rumba Rock, he was one of the most popular musicians of his time in Africa and played an important role in world music. He was also a fashion icon who popularized the Sape look and style through his musical group Viva la Musica, with whom he performed on stages throughout the world. The song 'Hambayi Ede' from the 2002 compilation album 'Tour D'Afrique' by celebrated Congolese soukous singer Papa Wemba. He first came to prominence in. Приобретайте пластинки, компакт-диски и многое другое от Tshaia Muana на маркетплейсе Africa: Congo Jive. The African Rock 'n' Roll Years. Episode 4 of 6. Series tracing the roots of African music features artists from the Congo, including Franco, Tabu Ley Rochereau, Pepe Kalle, Kokono No 1 and Corneille. But from Kinshasa, on the Congo river, came some of the most joyful, infectious dance music in Africa as guitarists and bandleaders from the great Franco through to Papa Wemba mixed local and Cuban influences to create the rumba and soukous styles that shook up dance floors across Africa and beyond. Featured artists include Franco, Tabu Ley Rochereau, Ray Lema, Pepe Kalle, newcomers Kokono No 1 and Rwandan-born Corneille. Listen free to Papa Wemba Colors of Africa. Papa Wemba was one of the very first musicians to join the influential Soukous band, Zaiko Langa Langa when it was created on December 24, 1969 in Kinshasa Capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo along with such well known Congolese musicians as Nyoka Longo Jossart, Manuaku Pepe Felly, Evoloko Lay Lay, Teddy Sukamu, Zamuangana Enock, Mavuela Simeon, and others read more. Nzola Ray Lema. Siku Ya Mungu Papa Wemba. Zunguluke 4 Etoiles. Lowazo Kanda Bongo Man You can get a lot of Kanda Bongo Man on MP3, but not this track, which is on the album Kwassa Kwassa. Still 910 isn't bad. Soukous, the rhumba-based, Cuban-influenced dance music made popular by musicians from Zaire now Congo, is THE most popular form of music throughout Africa, enjoyed by most everyone from Dakar to Cape Town. If you buy this CD, and I urge you to do so at once, you will soon understand why. Most of the Big Stars are here. Franco of the towering influence, sweet-voiced Papa Wemba, Ray Lema with his synthesizer, and over half a dozen others. Papa Wemba's death on stage was very similar to the scene the musician and actor played in the 1987 French movie La Vie Est Belle Life is beautiful. In the film, Wemba is seen collapsing after failing to get Kabibi, his lover, who is instead married by someone else. Soon after his collapse after an attempted suicide, he is surrounded by many people wailing, just like it happened two weeks ago when some of his female dancers were overcome with emotion and screamed in agony on noticing that he had collapsed on stage. Kabibi and Mongali made an emotional return to Kinshasa to pay their last respects to Wemba's body that was lying at the People's Parliament Buildings. Pepe Kalle was instantly recognized for his high ranging voice and his massive physical presence 6'5 and 400 lbs. One of the most popular singers of Congolese soukous in the '80s and '90s, he started off singing in a Christian choir in Kinshasa, Zaire. Bella Bella helped introduce the sebene into soukous, a second song section when the drums kick the band into higher gear and the singers improvise to inspire the dancers. With Empire Bakuba, Kalle's fame equaled his stature, and legions of interlocked guitar leads, bouncy drums and effusive bass backed the infectious melodies he sang in his sweet-toned voice. Papa Wemba. 24 May at 15:55 . Unplugged de Papa Wemba Précurseur de live acoustique au Congo. Related videos. INNOSS'B séclate sur la chanson Show me the way de Papa Wemba. It is also called Congo-Kinshasa after the capital. The country borders the Central African Republic and Sudan to the north. To the east, it borders Uganda, Rwanda, and Burundi, Zambia and Angola to the south, and the Atlantic Ocean to the west. In the east, Lake Tanganyika separates it from Tanzania. Despite this, and the various struggles and wars, the individual cultures have retained most of their identity. Most of the country lives in rural areas and the approximately 30 percent in the cities are the most open to influences from the West. DRCs music is a large part of its culture. This is a blend of ethnic music with Cuban music to create soukous



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