Label: African - 360.006 • Series: LAfrique Danse - 6 • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: France • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Rumba, African
Or did they bike their way to the studio? This LP was waiting to get out aswell. Another branch of the Zaiko Langa Langa tree, rocking real nice in Good evening Groovers, I am happy to announce the GG is back online. I found another one in my dusty vaults.
It has exactly the same title as a previous posted album so I added the serialnumber this time. Take a zip of this nostalgic refreshment and feel at home, cheers folks. Zaiko Langa Langa, who started innever was a solid group. Musicians came and went and the band did not really have one leader.
When, late seventies, the group started to fall apart, a whole range of new groups appeared. We of which we have an album here. This means I do not have an internet connection right now. I can make some posts from my work but there will be less than normal. Hopefully my new connection will work soon, meanwhile a little patience in between posts please, thanks for understanding.
And Franco & Orchestre O.K. Jazz* - LAfrique Danse N° 6 26 years I still like it. If we had a party, it was always played and we danced like crazy. Also from on african is this LP by the late Franco & Orchestre O.K.
Jazz* - LAfrique Danse N° 6 great Franco. Unlike yesterdays album, this one is in mint condition. No need to reduce noise, although recorded in mono it sounds just fine. The soundquality however is not so good. As I have ascertained before and today experienced oncemore, the dynamics of these series are very low. When I record them I have to srew up levels much higher than I normally need to.
This way the music reaches the volume level we wish for but the crackles also sound much louder. If we forget about crackles we are left with 6 songs which are very enjoyable.
Hope you enjoy. I had a good time and when I came home, I dived into my little phonotheque to look if I have any of that stuff for you. I found this Franco album, a Belgium release, on which we see a picture of a Djo performing. I am not sure but is it Djo Nolo who participates on this LP?
Please leave a comment if you can enlighten us on the subject. We are also preparing for an African dance evening on friday, the 27th of august in a bar in Hilversum, my hometown. Stay tuned for more info, and when you live in the neighbourhood, consider a visit. We still have a week or 6. There are days you start recording and blow one disc Havin Such A Good Day - Aka The Max Demian Band - Havin Such A Good Day another.
I remain calm at most times, but it can spoil my mood and make me throw aside an album from time to time. This here LP is fromlisten. This collector is from but contains a couple of songs from Franco & Orchestre O.K.
Jazz* - LAfrique Danse N° 6 little earlier. Fifi is from and tracks 1 and 4 from A couple of weeks ago I posted an album by Lutumba Simaro that appeared to be a fake. To make up to all of his fans, today a real one. An outstanding album by one of the greatest Congolese singers of all time is this one.
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