Some people have the strangest way of thinking the Global
Groove is some kind of jukebox. Sending me personal mail
telling me to post a wishlist of 10 albums in the next few
days, pffff, what do you think this is..? Fortunately most
of our visitors have the decency to wait and see what’s
coming instead of ordering music. Let’s see, do you
remember Eddy Son’s projects ? We had us a bunch
in the past. Tanawa is the singer with Master Mwana
on guitar and organised by Eddy’son Consortium
Mondial. A very solid listen not to miss..
01 – Nabassani-te
02 – Bouleke
03 – Ozwaka-nini
04 – Libala
Yes you right Moos, many people doesn’t see nothing else than accumulate music, they don’t even listen to because of time.
So go on as you do and a big thanks again to you for giving me the opportunity to discover music I didn’t know nothing about !
Wow…another rare one….very much looking forward to listening to this Moos and thanking you again for your generosity !!!!!!!!
The degree of self-entitlement I encounter on the Web amazes me, Moos. People offer up their extremely rare collections for free–and it’s never enough for some.
Regardless, thank you for continuing to provide this music. It’s a gift, and as you know, many of us realize that full well.
Thanks for the post as usual. I never heard of this LP before; however, i am sure it’s a great one
Thanks a lot for the music you are sharing with us. I have followed your blog for years and the Congolese music is a real treasure.
Never heard Tanawa before but love it.
Went through the tracks and found out that the tracks doesn’t have the correct titles.
Track 1 is 2
Track 2 is 1
Track 3 is 4
Track 4 is 3
Moos, you should point them to Amazon, emusic or itunes. I have this Lp, great music.
No chance of some Justin Bieber then?
haha, just saw his roast, wicked thing..
I had to smile at this one.
I love the records that Eddy Gustave produced on his labels. This is another gem in the library.
if you give things for free, some people get greedy, Moos/ It is a sign of the tomes, although the old Greek probably had the same complains 🙂 Thanks again for this one. May Allah give you good health and many childeren…
Thanks for this LP, Tanawa was among one of the first Brazzaville musicians to settle in Paris, along with guitar virtuoso Sammy Massamba, Master Mwana Congo, and Pierre Moutouari. According to Discogs, he released three other LP’s (http://www.discogs.com/artist/1094695-Tanawa). He also produced Aurlus Mabele’s first LP (Na La Vie – 1981/1982).
Really love music from both the Congos, they just have a talent not only the instrumentation but also their voices just rhyme with the instruments.