Youlou Mabiala, Orchestre Somo Somo - Lema (1 & 2) FLAC album
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: Lema (1 & 2)
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Profile: French series of reissues of the label from Kingshasa, Congo (Zaire). Youlou Mabiala, Orchestre Somo Somo - Lema (1 & 2) (7", Single).
Youlou did not refuse. 1 Youlou Mabiala Youlou 2 Youlou Mabiala et l'Orchestre Rumbaya (Les Souvenirs) Youlou Mabiala 3 Le Prince Youlou Mabiala Sentimental 4 Le Prince Youlou Mabiala & L'Orchestre Kamikaze Loningisa Etabe Mofude 5 Le Prince Youlou Mabiala & L'Orchestre Kamikaze Loningisa Judoka 6 Youlou Mabiala 100% de pourcentage 7 Le Prince Youlou Mabiala & L'Orchestre Kamikaze Loningisa M'Bata Otikali!
Then Youlou Mabiala quit and formed Orchestre Somo Somo with Fan Fan. Soon after that Tshongo Bavon Marie Marie, Franco's biological brother died in an automobile accident. The band fell upon hard times with low record sales and as sparsely attended concerts. In 1973 Josky Kiambukuta Londa, a seasoned composer and vocalist joined the band. In 1974, Youlou Mabiala returned to TPOK Jazz. However, Sam Mangwana left and started a solo career in Cote d'Ivoire. Ndombe Opetum was recruited from Afrisa International to replace Mangwana.
Youlou then went on to form Somo-somo, with Jean Kwamy Munsi, Diatho Lukoki, Master Mwana Congo and Nona Simon. He returned to OKJazz in 1975 and released the hit Kamikaze which was popular in Africa and among the African diaspora in Europe and North America. In 1977, Youlou left OKJazz for good. Music career post OKJazz. After he left TPOK Jazz in May 1977, Youlou formed Trois Frères with Loko Massengo, Mose Fan Fan, Michel Boyibanda and others. They performed mainly in Brazzaville
Album: L'orchestre Le National Badema. Download L'Orchestre Kamikaze Loningisa, L'Orchestre Le National Badema, Youlou Mabiala - Niati-Mabiala. L'orchestre Le National Badema: Best 2 songs. Artist: Youlou Mabiala L'Orchestre Kamikaze Loningisa L'Orchestre Le National Badema.
Orchestre Somo Somo was founded by Mose Se Sengo ‘Fan Fan’ and Youlou Mabiala, Bichou and Kwamy in 1974. The group collapsed when Youlou returned to OK Jazz. Bichou joined Orchestre Vévé and Kwamy went to Tabu Ley’s Afrisa. There was another line up later in England in 1984 and this one was put together by Mose Se Sengo in Paris in 1986.
This album was released at the end of 1984 going to the new-year 1985 after this lovely album vocalist Serge Kiambukuta leaves the band and moves to Brussels and features on the LP album "Selengina" (1986) with Josky Kiambukuta and Ntesa Dalienst, and was replaced by Elba Kuluma. Drummer Abro moves to Paris and becomes a session drummer helping Mose Se Sengo and Koffi Olomide. This albums relates to Franco's track Mamou which was sang by Madilu so this the reply that Youlou Mabiala sang
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Then Youlou Mabiala quit and formed Orchestre Somo Somo with Fan Fan. Simarro released an album that featured the hit record Eau Benite, sung by Madilu, and another album Somo which included the records Marby composed by Josky, and Mort Viviant Somida composed by Madilu System. The band continued to tour both in Africa and in Europe. More defections beset the band but the majority of the mussicians hung in there.
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Composed By – Youlou Mabiala
Composed By – Youlou Mabiala
- Published By – Editions Somo-Somo
- Distributed By – Soul Posters – SP 10542
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