‘Damn Moos, you’re looking younger all the time, what’s
your secret ?’, they ask me. Well folks it’s quite easy actually,
Do not miss one single day if it concerns listening to the music
you really love. Last week I heard on the news that listening to music
helps the body to make dopamine. The stuff that makes us feel happy.
So, next to a few other things of course, listening to music is a very
healthy habbit, keeps you young. So listen at home, at work, especially
in your car, the best place to live through it completely. Well, long story short,
download this musical health unit and start exercising, left foot front, right..
..an additional little dance can’t hurt, come on, move that ass..
1 Orchestre Kiam – Kamiki 1&2
2 Rumbanella Band – El Congo
3 Mayos Muana Ngombo – Nalembi-kotuna
4 Tabu Ley Rochereau with Afrisa International – Karibou ya bintou
5 le Docteur Nico et son Orchestre – Sukisa miziki ya lokumu
6 Orchestre African Fiesta – Merengue President Roger
7 Orchestre Les Grands Maquisards – Mariam Mboka
8 Sam Mangwana, Franco & le T.P.O.K. Jazz – Toujours OK
9 Vicky et OK Jazz – Rocky a kovenger n’gai
10 Orchestre Cavacha – Okomi kolangua 1&2
11 Jean Bokelo – Mwambe No.4 de Jean Bokelo
12 Orchestre Kamale – Assana muana mawa 1&2
13 Mose se Sengo “Fan Fan’ – Pele odidja
I agree, music is a supremely good elixir.
By the way, I did put a link to your Zani Diabaté & The Super Djata Band page on my own blog. It was a little tribute and I thought people might enjoy to download and listen to it…
And it’s amazing how many incredible records you post. Unbelievable.
Thank you very much for these 4 excellent compilations.
I’m really enjoying these comps. thanks!
And that’s lucky four. Keep ’em coming Moos! Sincere thanks.