Tuesday, July 28, 2009

R.I.P. Michael Jackson

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I know I'm late but he is the reason he made me stop posting for a few days. He truly influenced me and everybody in music, society. With hits such as Don't Stop Til You Get Enough, Beat It, Thriller, Billie Jean, and more. He captured everyone's attention when The Jackson Five first came on the seen and gained even more attention during Thriller. He was the greatest entertainer that ever lived and they will never be another like him. The success he made is unbelievable - 750 Million Records Sold - He is the True King.

Here are some Great Moments and Memories of MJ:

Classic Defao

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Here is Defao & Big Stars - Solange which I believe was a hit after he left Choc Stars in 1990. The soloist is Jagger Bokoko(very good), Mogus(rhythm) and Guy WaNzambe on Bass(Very Good). The sebene is awesome...I'm trying to find the original and not the remake of this song.

Zaiko: Mbuta Matima on Solo: Check it Out

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Mbuta Matima on Solo and the sebene is awesome, Don't know who's on rhythm guitar and on Bass: Oncle Bapius (one of the best Zaiko Bass Players...The dance is Mayebo which was popular in the Late 80's/Early 90's and created by Zaiko. Then Animator 3615 Code Niawu (Popular Atalaku at the time) used those animations to become a Atalaku Session God.

Anti Choc - Adieu L'Ami (1988)

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I'm back with a new record and this time its by Anti Choc (Bozi Boziana's Band) and it features them at their best. This sounds more like High Speed Formula Soukous than their prominent sound. Solo Guitarist is Dodoly aka The Sewing Machine because of his fast playing which features him at his best, Rhythm Guitarist: Nono Monama aka Nono Fetiche and Ngouma Lokito on Bass aka The Professor who later became a Bass Session God features his best bass playing. Enjoy!