Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Syran M'Benza - Africa: Golen Years - 1989

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Guitarist Syran Mbenza pays tribute to Congo, Cameroon, Nigeria and other countries, The Familiar people I see is Jean Papy Ramazani - Vocalist, Koumba Bellow - Drummer, the others I don't know them.



Anonymous said...

Do you have a link to the Syran album? Thanks for all your music and information on these artists.

soukousman said...

I'm sorry I forgot, the link is coming

Anonymous said...

I am sure that you must know Fredo. On many 1980s LPs, such as this one, you will see that Cameroonians Jimmy et Fredo supply the horns.
Vincent Nguini has made some very nice jazz albums. He first came to the notice of many here in USA as a contributor to Paul Simon's albums.

Akua Frema said...

I love your blog! Keep it up :)

Anonymous said...

I really like your blog. I'm looking for the following tracks and would be thankfully if you could post them here:

Tonye Moussigro - Missie Bakari
Diblo Dibala - Matchatcha Wetu
Freddy De Majunga - Cool Cool
Pierre Belkos - Fen Vert
Alain kounkou - 380 Volts
Alain Kounkou - Cherie Mpambu
Denide - Ambience Vitale
Luciana Mobulu - Malata
Soukouss Masters - Dansez
Soukouss Masters - Experience
Damiens - Le Soukouss C'est ca
Michel Moutouar - Maitre Sokete
Zig Zong - Coupe de Grisou
Lisanga - Setho
Michel Moutuar - Cherie Nicaise
Jean Baron - Mama Lolo
Coeurs Brises - Rumba Saccade

CC Smith said...

Africa: The Golden Years was released in early 1989. It was recorded in Washington DC during one of the Quatre Etoiles' first tours of the States.

soukousman said...

Thanks everyone, CC Smith thanks for the information. David, I guess I will see him on more LP's.

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