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    Franco Et His All Powerful O.K. Jazz* - Sorcerer Of The Guitar (Vinyl)


    1. Vigul

      Nov 09,  · Franco et L'O.K. Jazz ‎– A Paris Label: Pathé ‎– Stx , Présence Mondiale ‎– Stx Format: Vinyl, LP, Album Country: France Released:
    2. Tojashura

      I first heard the music of Franco Luambo and his all star dance band, the all powerful (Tout Puissant) O.K. Jazz over fifteen years ago. The musicians that have emerged from this band, including the 4 Stars' Wuta Mayi(who is credited with composing the second cut, "Matata Ya Muasi Na Mobali Ekoki Kosila Te"), Sam Mangwana, and the intrepid Mose Fan Fan are a veritable who's who of the /5(4).
    3. Shasida

      Oct 31,  · Mindondo Ya Kosuana Na Mobali [rumba] (Mujos) Baila Mi Carabine [pachanga] (arr. OK Jazz - Mujos) Colonel Bangala [rumba] (Franco) Ven Y Ven Y Ven [charanga] (arr. OK Jazz.
    4. Fautaur

      Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Franco & His All Powerful TPOK Jazz - Franco on AllMusic - - One of the master's last big hits, "Tres 9/
    5. Fauramar

      Congolese rumba, a wild combination of African, Jazz and Latin influences, created future stars of its now legendary creators – Franco, Grand Kalle, Tabu Ley, Dr. Nico, Papa Wemba - and all feature here in their ground-breaking early groups such as, Brazzos, Rock-A-Mambo, African Jazz .
    6. Faubei

      Franco et L'Orchestre Tout Puissant O.K. Jazz* Franco et L'Orchestre Tout Puissant O.K. Jazz* - Franco Et L'Orchestre Tout Puissant O.K. Jazz ‎ (Cass, Album) Sonodisc/5(2).
    7. Male

      Apr 24,  · When Franco, known as "the sorcerer" or "the godfather," died in at the age of 51, his legacy was secure as a pivotal figure in the evolution of soukous, the sound developed in the Belgian Congo (later Zaire, now Democratic Republic of the Congo) from Afro-Cuban music (also called Congo rumba or, simply, Congo music).
    8. Dimuro

      Oct 01,  · Franco and his All Powerful O.K. Jazz - Sorcerer of the Guitar () Here is the U.S. version of Franco's classic Tres Impoli from , which was posted last year on Global Groove. I post this version for the somewhat garish cover, the English translation of "Tres Impoli" on the back cover, and the exceptionally clean sound.

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