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Orchestre Sinza Kotoko (Rep. of Congo) - Louisa (Musique Congolaise)

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Orchestra Sinza originates from Congo - Brazzaville. In an interview with Don Fadel. "The Soukous was born in Ouenzé with Orchestre Sinza . The person who popularized this rate is Pamelo Mounk'a. Walking at night in Ouenzé, Pamelo intends to play with an orchestra at bar Vis à Vis. It was Sinza Kotoko, the pace he likes. He composed "Mama na Mwana" on tempo. It's been a great success. But Pamelo Mounka is only a mediator. In truth, Soukous was born in 1959, thanks to a musician named Ibombon & his group Air Mambo. Ibombon played in a bar next to the market Ouenzé. Accountant by profession, is assigned to Ibombon Dolisie. He decides to sell his equipment to young musicians on Mouila street who had just created Sinza Kotoko (Moss, Ya Gabi, Don Fadel ...) "I'll leave the equipment for a small fee, but I also leave you a rhythm. Use it. " The board does not fall in deaf ears. Piere Moutouari composed the songs "Vévé" and "My Loukoula" whose swing has toured Africa. "The soukous was born there, "notes Don Fadel." http://www.sulago.net/orchestre-sinza-pour-no%C3%ABl/ Early 70's Congolese Rumba Soukous (1972)! Midway of the song, the drumming structure changes into the Soukous beat. Also check out the break where the rhythm guitarist takes over! Musicians of Sinza Kotoko: Gabriel Dianzolo (Mi-solo guitar), Jacques Kimbembe (Solo Guitarist) , Anatole Bokassa (Saxophone), Hyacinthe Malonga, Pierre Moutouari (Vocalist), Alphonse Bahouka, Remy Sah'lomon (Bassist), Fidèle Samba, Jean Kalonga, Luc Nkounkou (Drummer), Victor Mampouya, Makosso (Rhythm Guitar)