Vicky, Kwamy, Edo & O.K. Jazz -Les Merveilles du Passé 1961,african 360.167, 1987

Vicky, Kwamy & Edo, front

In order to complete the african 360.000 series one fine day,
here’s number 360.167. A rerelease of songs originally from
1961. Nostalgic Congolese music with some of the time’s
most wonderful singers, listen to Vicky, Kwamy and Edo
accompanied by Franco’s O.K. ( Orchestre Kinois ) Jazz.
Just the thing for a laid back sunday afternoon.

tracks;

1 Vicky & O.K. Jazz – Lobela ngai nyonso oyokaki
2 Vicky & O.K. Jazz – O.K. yasolo okatisi ebale
3 Vicky & O.K. Jazz – Ngai se mwana ya O.K.
4 Vicky & O.K. Jazz – Una bella muchacha
5 Kwamy & O.K. Jazz – Mbongo ezali na suka te
6 Kwamy & O.K. Jazz – Prosabel 2e avenue kabondo
7 Kwamy & O.K. Jazz – Gina garde tout pour moi
8 Kwamy & O.K. Jazz – Tika kobebisa muana
9 Kwamy & O.K. Jazz – Kopakola ngai boniama te
10 Edo & O.K. Jazz – Yo tellama
11 Kwamy & O.K. Jazz – Matinda kolemba ngai te
12 Edo & O.K. Jazz – Ngai nyao pantalon na mokamba

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12 thoughts on “Vicky, Kwamy, Edo & O.K. Jazz -Les Merveilles du Passé 1961,african 360.167, 1987

  1. Congolese rhumba, the king of music, nothing beats this golden era of African music, not Bethoven, not High Life, not Salsa, not country, not blues, nothing at all! Matches this. I have loved this LP for many yrs
    Love it!
    sincerely
    wuod k

  2. Congolese rhumba, the king of music, nothing beats this golden era of African music, not Bethoven, not High Life, not Salsa, not country, not blues, nothing at all! Matches this. I have loved this LP for many yrs
    Love it!
    sincerely
    wuod k

  3. This is when Franco was growing as a superstar man because he knew how to make dynamic music and he knew how to make club banging rumba in the early 1960s. Franco was the center behind these great songs.

  4. This is when Franco was growing as a superstar man because he knew how to make dynamic music and he knew how to make club banging rumba in the early 1960s. Franco was the center behind these great songs.

  5. Nice one Moos!

    This was released the year I was born – so I should probably say something corny like “it sounds as fresh as I feel”.

    Oh, and I’ve not been here for a while, so if I might add that it is great to see that you still here. And don’t worry about insistant requests for re-ups: just keep giving us lovely music – we appreciate it!

    Thom

  6. Nice one Moos!

    This was released the year I was born – so I should probably say something corny like “it sounds as fresh as I feel”.

    Oh, and I’ve not been here for a while, so if I might add that it is great to see that you still here. And don’t worry about insistant requests for re-ups: just keep giving us lovely music – we appreciate it!

    Thom

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