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Save on Soukous at Eleven Rack, Page 3. Top brands include , Samba Ngo, Sonod, Triple Earth, Luaka Bop, Terrascape, Stern's Africa, Lagoo, Sterns Music USA, Real World, World Music Network/Riverboat, Jps Records, Nascente / Demon Music Group, Hannibal, & Tinder. Hurry! Limited time offers. Offers valid only while supplies last.

Live Bercy 2000
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ean: 3252411884459,

4.5 out of 5 stars with 86 reviews

By Samba Ngo
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ean: 0766397425825,

4.5 out of 5 stars with 65 reviews
An interesting amalgam of styles and ideas leads this Zairois guitarist into some original turf. There are the usual Afro-pop required reggae, R&B, and rock tones underlying the soukous basics that prevail on the recording. The songs are solid Afro-pop dance numbers, with no attempt at cleverness for its own sake. While there are no real surprises in the sound, there are a lot of small twists that provide color. From his kalimba (thumb piano) and percussion playing he has developed a unique

Boma L'Heure
By Sonod
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ean: 3252413651455,

4.0 out of 5 stars with 102 reviews

The Congo Acoustic
By Triple Earth
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ean: 0740042021921,

4.9 out of 5 stars with 137 reviews
Mose ''Fan Fan'' returns to the roots of Congolese rumba with a fluid acoustic guitar style that harks back to the 1950s heydays of Jean-Bosco Mwenda and Wendo. But this is no mere exercise in nostalgia. Fan Fan brings his decades of experience with Franco and OK Jazz and with Somo Somo into play to produce a very satisfying, gently percolating, tasty blend of an album. Fan Fan's supple guitar and warm voice are featured, and the sound is filled out by accordion, melodica, saxophone, bass, and

World Psychedelic Classics 3: Love's a Real Thing
By Luaka Bop
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mpn: 680899005227, ean: 0680899005227,

4.9 out of 5 stars with 137 reviews
The American psychedelic movement was bound to produce unexpected progeny--including the 1970s, which began as a mainstream attempt to absorb the ''free love,'' recreational drug use, and sartorial eccentricities of the previous decade. But there were parallel repercussions elsewhere in the world, and nowhere was this phenomenon more fascinating than in West Africa. As LPs became cheaper and readily available, local musicians began to incorporate the fuzz and wah-wah guitar vamps, cheesy organ

By Terrascape
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ean: 0026617411428,

4.1 out of 5 stars with 69 reviews

By Stern's Africa
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mpn: STCD 1101, ean: 0740042110120,

4.7 out of 5 stars with 20 reviews
2017 repress. Originally released in 2006. Kékélé's third album Kinavana is a celebration of the musical bloodlines that have run between Cuba and Congo for hundreds of years. As the title hints, it's the spirited and sensuous sound of both Kinshasa and Havana. Along with Kékélé's original members, Kinavana features the grand old master-guitarist Papa Noel, the globetrotting saxophonist Manu Dibango, superstar chanteuse Mbilia Bel, and arranger Nelson Hernandez, best known for his work

Afrique En Or 3
By Lagoo
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ean: 3307510875720,

4.1 out of 5 stars with 134 reviews

Originalite: First Recordings 1956-1957
By Sterns Music USA
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ean: 0740042990227,

4.9 out of 5 stars with 71 reviews

By Real World
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mpn: CAROL 2336-2, ean: 0017046233620,

4.9 out of 5 stars with 115 reviews
This 1991 recording of a polished but unslick city band on the order of Marrabenta combines local rhythms with touches of soukous in the horns, a notably eastern African sound in the guitars and an indefinably Portuguese/Brazilian undertow. The really extremely individual and attractive result is enriched by the solo sax playing of Jose ''Seca'' Alage, who was murdered by street thugs in 1993. by John Storm Roberts All Music.

Voodoo Love Inna Champeta Land
By World Music Network/Riverboat
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mpn: TUGCD1035, ean: 0605633003529,

4.0 out of 5 stars with 33 reviews
Champeta is the riotous Afro-Colombian street sound of Colombia's Caribbean coast - a powder-keg of rhythms from local slave descendents brewed together with Congolese soukous, Ghanaian highlife, and Nigerian Afro-beat..

By Jps Records
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ean: 0740042121720,

4.1 out of 5 stars with 36 reviews

Afrique Dynamique!
By Nascente / Demon Music Group
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ean: 5014797132252,

4.6 out of 5 stars with 99 reviews

Kwassa Kwassa [Vinyl]
By Hannibal
SKU: #687671
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sku: 687671, mpn: HNBK 1343, ean: 0031257134316,

4.6 out of 5 stars with 129 reviews

Course Au Pouvoir
By Sonod
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ean: 3252413655354,

4.3 out of 5 stars with 68 reviews

Congo Life
By Stern's Africa
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mpn: STCD 1097, ean: 0740042109728,

4.4 out of 5 stars with 17 reviews
2003 release. ''Delicious melodies, inspired and original arrangements, faultless playing, scalp-tingling voices.'' (John Armstrong, BBC Radio 1). ''The sound is stunning and the orchestration perfect, including beautifully layered acoustic guitars, some tasty accordion, and on some tunes an all-clarinet horn section, harking back to the early days of Congolese rumba.'' (Banning Eyre, Afropop Worldwide). ''A thread of nostalgia runs through Congo Life, yet the novel arrangements and

By Tinder
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mpn: 42857292, ean: 0789428572923,

4.6 out of 5 stars with 14 reviews
Toure Toure is an Afro-pop band from Senegal, headed by cousins Omar Toure on percussion and vocals and Daby Toure on guitar, who in turn are related to the leaders of Toure Kunda, the Senegalese band that helped in the beginnings of the current world music craze. Rounding out the roster are Michel Alibo on bass, Celia Rogiani on keyboards, and Thierry Vaton on drums. Toure Toure attempts to combine the basic sounds of their home of Casamance with the slicker forms of Parisian Afro-pop studio

Big Noise: A Mambo Inn Compilation
By Hannibal
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mpn: MFR031257138222#VG, ean: 0031257138222,

4.4 out of 5 stars with 18 reviews
Music Of Cuba ~ Mambo Inn Compilation.

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