Orchestre Lipua-Lipua – Editions Vévé,african 360.063, 1974

Orchestre Lipua-Lipua, front

Yesterday, I had a try-out with my new toy.
I made a mobile deejay-set in a waistbin, the type
on wheels we put outside once a week to be emptyed.
Big rechargable battery on the bottom, car-stereo as an
amplifier and notebook with USB-harddisc to play from.
Built in car speakers, little isolation and we’re ready to roll.
I went to the Amsterdam Vondelpark and played for 5 hours.
Great experience to be a deejay-pirate, you never know if
local authority allows you to. The public liked it a lot and I
am sure to be back there on sunny sunday afternoons.
I’ll announce future happenings on this page.
On ‘african’ we have the number 360.063, a magic number I’d
say, remains equal when turning around. It does concern
a magic album, Orchestre Lipua-Lipua whith the great
Nyboma. Sound quality is not fantastic, as is the
sharpness of the frontsleeve’s picture.
At first I thought it was me but the picture IS vague.
Not on the web for the first time but it could not
remain absent here, enjoy once more.

tracks;

1 Mombasa
2 Fuga fuga
3 Niki blue
4 Lossa

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10 thoughts on “Orchestre Lipua-Lipua – Editions Vévé,african 360.063, 1974

  1. Your adventure at Amsterdam Vondelpark was most wickedly creative! Who knows what you got up to when you were a teenager? In the past, African boys often used big clay pots and gourds as speakers for transistor radios and gramophones. It’s good to see you keeping up the spirit in North West Europe. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Great! Would have liked to hear you at Vondelpark… and see your set up! Sounds excellent. I DJed at OCCII recently – this is very close to Vondelpark, right? About the record: Lipua-Lipua were a fantastic band for sure!! Thanks again for your blog.

  3. Great! Would have liked to hear you at Vondelpark… and see your set up! Sounds excellent. I DJed at OCCII recently – this is very close to Vondelpark, right? About the record: Lipua-Lipua were a fantastic band for sure!! Thanks again for your blog.

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