Le Seigneur Rochereau & Orchestre Afrisa,african 360.040, 1972

Rochereau, front

I always thought and still think, Pascal Rochereau has
one of the greatest voices Congo has ever brought us.
This LP opens with a beauty I can hear over and over.
Historic material you don’t want to miss. Grab it.

tracks;

1 Pitie
2 Mongali
3 Londende
4 Felie
5 Objectif 80
6 Cassius Clay
7 Amitie Senegalo Congolaise
8 Mathinda-Mathi

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18 thoughts on “Le Seigneur Rochereau & Orchestre Afrisa,african 360.040, 1972

  1. great LP I have enjoyed for many yrs, there are some LPs by Tabu Ley he did in collaborations with some ladies (not Mbilia Bel) that I cant find, hopefully you or someone here will!

    sincerely

    wuod k

  2. great LP I have enjoyed for many yrs, there are some LPs by Tabu Ley he did in collaborations with some ladies (not Mbilia Bel) that I cant find, hopefully you or someone here will!

    sincerely

    wuod k

  3. Dear Moos, as your blog is becoming the wikileak of african music and you a Julian Assange delivering us secret music files and as I think of your own safety, so please, if two beautiful swedish girls want to have sex with you, don’t do anything and send them to me, hum… I’ll handle the situation.

  4. Dear Moos, as your blog is becoming the wikileak of african music and you a Julian Assange delivering us secret music files and as I think of your own safety, so please, if two beautiful swedish girls want to have sex with you, don’t do anything and send them to me, hum… I’ll handle the situation.

  5. Referring to that track Amitie Senegalo Congolaise, the guitar riff starting at about 2 minutes under the horns sounds very familiar to another Tabu Ley song but at the moment I can’t place it. Can anyone else help with an ID? And BTW it is indeed a cracking song; in fact this is a cracking album. Thanks for sharing, Moos.

  6. Referring to that track Amitie Senegalo Congolaise, the guitar riff starting at about 2 minutes under the horns sounds very familiar to another Tabu Ley song but at the moment I can’t place it. Can anyone else help with an ID? And BTW it is indeed a cracking song; in fact this is a cracking album. Thanks for sharing, Moos.

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