Kinshasha 1978 Feat. Konono N1 / Various: Kinshasha 1978 feat. Konono N1 (Various Artists)

Various Artists: Kinshasha 1978 feat. Konono N1 / Various

Kinshasha 1978 Feat. Konono N1 / Various: Kinshasha 1978 feat. Konono N1 (Various Artists)

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Kinshasha 1978 feat. Konono N1 (Various Artists)
Artist: Kinshasha 1978 Feat. Konono N1 / Various
Label: Crammed Disc Us
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 876623008057
Genre: International

Original 1978 recordings of Konono N°1 and other Congotronics bands, freshly remixed by Martin Meissonnier, the highly-respected French producer who worked with the likes of Fela Kuti, King Sunny Adé, Don Cherry, Khaled, Manu Dibango & many more. The album comes as a vinyl LP containing the remixes, plus a download code for nearly 2 hours worth of previously-unreleased original recordings made in Kinshasa by Bernard Treton, in 1978, as part of the same sessions which spawned the "Zaïre: Musiques Urbaines à Kinshasa" which was released by the Ocora label.Featuring Konono N°1, Sankayi (which was to become one of the components of the Kasai Allstars collective), Orchestre Bana Luya (also featuring future Kasai Allstars members) and the accordion-led music of Orchestre Bambala.

1.1 L Ne Faut Pas Intervenir (Sankayi)
1.2 Roots of K (Konono N°1)
1.3 Animation Kifuti (Orchestre Bambala)
1.4 Animation (Orchestre Bana Luya)
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