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Kale - Roger - Le Docteur Nico - Surboum African Jazz Nº 14 flac album

Kale - Roger - Le Docteur Nico - Surboum African Jazz Nº 14 flac album
Surboum African Jazz Nº 14
Cha-Cha, Rumba, Merengue, African
FLAC album size:
1517 mb
Other formats:
4.4 ✪

Kale - Roger - Le Docteur Nico - Surboum African Jazz Nº 14 ‎(7", EP). Decca, Disques Decca. Orchestre African Jazz Direction Kalle. Orchestre African Jazz Direction Kalle - . Le Grand Kalle Nico Kallé Orchestre African Jazz - Yoka Nainu Moziki, Pasi Ya Pamba ‎(7"). Surboum African Jazz. AJ 128. Congo, Democratic Republic of the. Unknown.

Surboum African Jazz - Kalé-Roger. Songs: 4. Artist: Kalé-Roger. Songs: Kalé-Roger - Chanson d'Orphée 02:48. Kalé-Roger - Africa Bola Ngombi 02:36. Kalé-Roger - Naboyi Ba Jumelle 02:28. Kalé-Roger - Mayele Mabé 02:46.

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Surboum African Jazz N° 26. 4 devastating afro latin tracks !!! first original french pressing. SURBOUM AFRICAN JAZZ N°6 RARE AFRO Listen. Kale-Roger - Le Docteur Nico, Ep Decca 451 167 (Fr). Party Style By MC Chap & DJ Freeze New. Michael jackson- thriller promo lp album 1St pressing!

Le Grand Kallé et l'African Jazz, often simply referred to as African Jazz, was a popular and extremely influential Congolese rumba (soukous) band from the modern-day Democratic Republic of the Congo. Founded in 1953 in Léopoldville (modern-day Kinshasa) under Belgian colonial rule, the band was led by Joseph Kabasele Tshamala, popularly known by his stage name Le Grand Kallé. The group saw its heyday between 1958 and 1962, after which it was hit by defections by its members in 1963.

Surboum African Jazz, no. 5. Kale, ROGER. L'African Fiesta, Docteur Nico, ROGER, Tabu Ley Rochereau. 2017 Le meilleur du Jazz d'inspiration africaine.

Listen to music from Docteur Nico like Afrique de l'ouest, Pauline & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Docteur Nico. Nicolas Kasanda wa Mikalay (July 7, 1939 – September 22, 1985), popularly known as Dr. Nico was a guitarist, composer and one of the pioneers of soukous music. He was born in Mikalayi, Kasai province in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. He graduated in 1957 as a technical teacher, but inspired by his musical family, he took up the guitar and in time became a virtuoso soloist.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Kale* - Roger* Quepara Bien Sea
Bass – BrazzosCongas [Tumba], Timbales – Depuissant*Vocals – Kale*, Roger*, Rochereau*Written-By, Piano – Dibango*
A2 Kale* - Roger* Bilala Lala
Bass – BrazzosCongas [Tumba], Drums – Depuissant*Guitar – Déchaud*Maracas – Roger*Saxophone – Dibango*Vocals – Rochereau*Written-By, Vocals, Guitar – Nico*
B1 Kale* - Roger* Oiga Kale Cha Cha
Bass – BrazzosCongas [Tumba], Timbales – Depuissant*Piano – Dibango*Vocals – Roger*, Rochereau*Written-By, Vocals – Kale*
B2 Le Docteur Nico* Et L'orchestre African Jazz* Merengue Fafa
Orchestra – L'orchestre African Jazz*Written-By – Nico*

Companies, etc.

  • Printed By – A.C.E.M.


  • Liner Notes – Gilles Sala
  • Photography By – Hoa Qui*


On back cover:
Track A1: cha-cha espagnol
Track A2: rumba - Lingala -
Track B1: cha cha - Hindoubil - Lingala -
Track B2: merengue
Imp. A.C.E.M. - 4-66