le grand master mzee mzima Franco Luambo Lwanzo Makiadi

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imei2012

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Is it me growing old or is that his music trascends generations? I have just listened to my old man's collections and i must admit that this dude together with tpok jazz band were musical geniuses. My mzee tells me that there was a time he did a kenyan tour and while just testing his guitar the revellers that were outside could not wait longer and they brought down the stadium walls. I have liked this songs
1. makambo ezali
2. ekabba kaba
3. ndaya( i think with mpongo love)
4. mario
forgive my french
 

Lifeist

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Is it me growing old or is that his music trascends generations? I have just listened to my old man's collections and i must admit that this dude together with tpok jazz band were musical geniuses. My mzee tells me that there was a time he did a kenyan tour and while just testing his guitar the revellers that were outside could not wait longer and they brought down the stadium walls. I have liked this songs
1. makambo ezali
2. ekabba kaba
3. ndaya( i think with mpongo love)
4. mario
forgive my french
Love that makambo ezali libala and mobutu trax!
 

Elba

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Is it me growing old or is that his music trascends generations? I have just listened to my old man's collections and i must admit that this dude together with tpok jazz band were musical geniuses. My mzee tells me that there was a time he did a kenyan tour and while just testing his guitar the revellers that were outside could not wait longer and they brought down the stadium walls. I have liked this songs
1. makambo ezali
2. ekabba kaba
3. ndaya( i think with mpongo love)
4. mario
forgive my french
There are at least two popular songs called Ndaya. One was sung by Mpongo Love but was composed by Mayaula Mayoni
The second one was composed by TPOK Jazz bassist Decca Mpudi. The first half of this song is in Lingala. The second half is in Kikongo folklore.
 
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