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In 2000, Zaiko Langa Langa were awarded by the Congolese Media Association as the best Congolese musical group of the 20th century.
The band was formed in 1969 with the provisional name "Orchestra Zaiko".
The original lineup was composed of Papa Wemba, Mavuela Somo, Evoloko Lay Lay, Teddy Sukami, Oncle Bapius, Zamuangana le meilleur and Manuaku Waku (also known as Pépé Fely) and N'Yoka Longo.
The band also had a pop section, which was playing before the soukous section, with Bimi Ombale, Mbuta Matima and Mashakado Mbuta.
Jil Jilala, formed in 1972, is one of Morocco's most outstanding bands. Backed by his own band, which is composed mainly of his brothers and other family members, he continues to develop his musical mastery over a wide range of styles, from the Malian influenced 'Alfusainey Gassama' to the Afro-Manding dance music of 'Gambia Dikendolu'. This album recorded in Togo and Ghana was release back in the 1980's and is just superb. The up-tempo but still very traditional sounding music owes a lot to the artistic interpretation of Cheick Smith. Guitarist, Moutou Kouyate along with n'goni player Garba Tounkara and kora player Djely Moussa Conde provide the tinkling string sounds for which guinea is famous while Djely Modou Kouyate provides some lovely balafon playing. Backed by Goudia Kouate's beautiful guitaring, which just sings and the throbbing hypnotic beat of the drums, this album is purely and simply gorgeous. Nahawa's stunning vocals first came to prominence with her hit album 'Didadi' where she was backed by a studio full of session musicians.
Their songs, based on authentic rhythms, deal with the problems of daily life and demonstrate their unique voices and rhythmic complexity. The cora is the lead instrument and Tata's solo style is extremely impressive and in fact leaves the older Paris based cora players like Mory Kante very much in the shade. Thomas Frempong is the lead vocalist for the last three while Agyaaku does the first and Eric and Osei Tutu provide the backing. You may have caught his music on Jo Shinner's programme about Ghanaian music some years ago. Here however the sum total of her backing is one superbly played acoustic guitar!
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