Saturday, February 2, 2013

African Jazz 1960 - Various Artists,
Pathé Marconi / EMI 1977



















Originally these tracks were all recorded in 1965 and 1966.
The album we have here however concerns a re-release from
1977. It's title 'African Jazz 1960' therefore seems a little strange.
On the frontcover we can see the lp's from which they were
extracted, hope to find them too one fine day. For now we'll
settle with these 12 fine songs and keep up hopes.

tracks;

 1   Lucie Yenga & African Jazz - Josetta
 2   Lucie Yenga & African Jazz - Adios tsoutsou
 3   Bombenga Jeannot & African Jazz - Ai mi povre charro
 4   Casino & African Jazz - Boyoka African Jazz
 5   Lucie Yenga et Son Ensemble - Dit moninga
 6   Lucie Yenga et Son Ensemble - Bolingo ya la joie
 7   Tino Baroza et Son Ensemble - Coco
 8   Tino Baroza et Son Ensemble - Adolphine
 9   Kabasele et Son Ensemble - Kale kato
10  Kabasele et Son Ensemble - Ngai na yo se
11  Kabasele et Son Ensemble - Yalee
12  Kabasele et Son Ensemble – Parafifi

African Jazz 1960

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

dear moos, thank you for these great songs. I think the sleeves are from ep's. and this is a three-ep on one lp issue.

richard

Anonymous said...

Dearest Moos..
Would you be kind enough to make my Valentine splendid by droppin for me and my Husband this great album from the mose fan fan.we love his work very much....http://globalgroovers.blogspot.com/2008/08/mose-se-sengo-fan-fan-somo-somo-sterns.html

regards..
ANGIE........

WrldServ said...

Apart from the first 4 songs these are remastered from songs recorded for the Opika label (which closed in 1956).
These Opika songs feature the sax of Fud Candrix, a Belgian jazz artist (of some repute in the jazz scene) whose sax was initially 'dubbed', but who later went to Leopoldville to record in situ. These recordings can be seen as the starting point of Congolese sax tradition, with great players like (Rhodesian) Isaac Musekiwa, (later) Verckys and many more.

reservatory said...

THANKS for the tunes, part of the great African Jazz puzzle.

bernardo said...

Moos, I have no words to thank you for Passy Mermans, les grands succes africains.
simply the best music in the world, the one music ill be listening to the rest of my life.
could you please restore the links for the other discs of the series Les grand succes Africains?
thnks
bernardo Franca

moos said...

dear visitors,
it's hardly possible to restore all the links people ask me to. Within the coming few months we'll be working on a new and improved Global Groove, a bit more patience please..
thanks for asking though.

Anonymous said...

lovely.. thanks for still keepin' on keepin' the pace & peace!!

Wallofsound said...

Thanks for sharing these. I look forward to listening to them tomorrow.

Anonymous said...

Thank you!

Apurva Bahadur said...

Thank you Deejay Moos! Apurva from Pune, India.

Anonymous said...

Sadly the file is gone :-(