Wendo Kolosoy - Banaya Papa Wendo album download
Album · 2006 · 10 Songs. 10 Songs, 1 Hour 5 Minutes. Released: 31 Dec 2006. More By Wendo Kolosoy. See All. Botyiaki Ntembe.
Tracks: 01. Wendo Kolosoy - Bouboul (6:55) 02. Wendo Kolosoy - Mabeley a mama (6:57) 03. Wendo Kolosoy - Madjolé Djolé (5:54) 04. Wendo Kolosoy - Mwana ya moninga (6:36) 05. Wendo Kolosoy - Henriette Masembo (5:05) 06. Wendo Kolosoy - Tat nzembé (6:53) 07.
Antoine Wendo Kolosoy (April 25, 1925 – July 28, 2008), known as Papa Wendo, was a Congolese musician. He is considered the "Father" of Congolese rumba, also known as soukous, a musical style blending son cubano, beguine, waltz, tango and cha-cha. Wendo was born in 1925 in Mushie territory, Mai-Ndombe District of western Congo, then under Belgian colonial rule. His father died when he was seven, and his mother, a singer herself, died shortly thereafter
Wendo Kolosoy - Henriette Masembo (5:05) 06. Wendo Kolosoy - Tat nzemb (6:53) 07. Wendo Kolosoy - Mama Monique (7:44) 08. Wendo Kolosoy - Mama alobi (5:32) 09. Wendo Kolosoy - Bino Bananie (6:36) 10. Wendo Kolosoy - Banaya papa Wendo (7:26).
Tango Ya ba Wendo as the expression goes in Lingala, or In Wendo’s time. The formula was used as a title for a 1966 song by Franco and his TP OK Jazz band, which moved in to take advantage of the way opened up by Wendo Kolosoy. Franco’s goal was to pay tribute to this pioneer whose exit from the scene was precipitated by his own rise. The expression was also the name of a programme on the Zairean state TV channel, as well as a 1993 film co-produced by Mirko Popovitch and Kwami Mambu Zinga. The other half of the box is occupied by the artist’s last album Banaya Papa Wendo, dating from 2004. In the meantime, the ex-sailor and boxer had secured a status more in keeping with his senior position.
Listen to music from Wendo Kolosoy like Pépé Kalle, Bokilo-Congo Zaire & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Wendo Kolosoy. It's hard to believe that Wendo Kolosoy had his first hit in 1948, the evergreen "Marie Louise". Similar to what Rufus Thomas did for soul in the US, Kolosoy laid the foundations for what became the Congolese rumba. Over the years, he has always been recognised as the father of modern African music. He gave his last concert in 2004 - surely making him one of the longest-playing performers in the world.
|2||Mabeley a Mama||Wendo Kolosoy||6:56|
|3||Madjolé Djolé||Wendo Kolosoy||5:53|
|4||Mwana Ya Moninga||Wendo Kolosoy||6:36|
|5||Henriette Masembo||Wendo Kolosoy||5:05|
|6||Tat Nzembé||Wendo Kolosoy||6:52|
|7||Mama Monique||Wendo Kolosoy||7:43|
|8||Mama Alobi||Wendo Kolosoy||5:31|
|9||Bino Bananie||Wendo Kolosoy||6:36|
|10||Banaya Papa Wendo||Wendo Kolosoy||7:26|
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