Ziskakan – Lontan Konm Komela (Reunion, 1989, Ziskakan Self-released)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Lontan Konm Koméla“, a beautiful deep maloya island jazz track taken from the fourth album from the very well known band Ziskakan from Reunion (french island in the Indian Ocean), founded in 1979 by the musician Gilbert Pounia, and still very musically active today – Enjoy !

Ziskakan – Lontan Konm Komela

You can also listen to this song on my Youtube Channel here : https://youtu.be/64EAIN8F_KQ

Have a nice Sunday, see you on next Wednesday for another musical (re)discovery !

Armand de Presau

Les Ya Toupas Du Zaire – Marche Des Esclaves (Democratic Republic of Congo / Former Zaïre, 1978, Songhoï)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Marche des Esclaves“, an awesome deep african fusion piano jazz track with psychedelic influences, taken from the first album the congolese band of “Les Ya Toupas du Zaïre“, the orchestra that included some of the finest musicians of the country : Manuaku Waku, Raymond “Ray” Lema A’Nsi, Mansiamina “Bopol” Mfoko & great others famous names – Enjoy !

Les Ya Toupas Du Zaïre – Marche Des Esclaves

You can also listen to this song on my Youtube Channel here : https://youtu.be/oQU3RyoTNL4

have a nice Sunday, see you on next Wednesday for another musical (re)discovery !

Armand de Preseau

Tabu Ley Rochereau & L’Afrisa International – Aon Aon (Congo Zaïre, 1973, African)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Aon-Aon” (in reference to the sounding effect on the guitar that plays during the track), a beautiful rumba afro jazzy track from the congolese master Tabu Ley Rochereau and his “Afrisa International” orchestra – Enjoy !

Tabu Ley Rochereau & L’Afrisa International – Aon Aon

You can also listen to this song on my Youtube Channel here : https://youtu.be/FhE7PuLBb8Y

Have a nice Sunday, see you on next Wednesday for another musical (re)discovery !

Armand de Preseau

Vyckos Ekondo – Bovenga Ngoyi (Gabon, 1980s, Self-Released)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Bovenga Ngoyi“, a psychedelic spiritual Afro Fusion UFO track taken from a super obscure album by the Gabonese musician Vyckos Ekondo, self-released in the 80s by the Gabonese Ministry of Health & Social Affairs to promote health care system in Gabon – Enjoy !

Vyckos Ekondo – Bovenga Ngoyi

You can also listen to this song on my Youtube Channel here : https://youtu.be/66aQVJXFsjk

Have a nice Wednesday, see you on next Sunday for another musical (re)discovery !

Armand de Preseau

Salif Keita – Ana Na Ming (La Funk Mob Remix) (Mali / France, 2004, Universal Music Jazz France)

For today, I wanted to share with you the track “Ana Na Ming” from the Malian legend Salif Keita, remixed in 2004 in a very deep downtempo afro jazz trip hop way by La Funk Mob (aka Cassius, Philippe “Zdar” Cerboneschi & Hubert Blanc-Francard), one of my favorite electronic music french duo – Enjoy !

Salif Keita – Ana Na Ming (La Funk Mob Remix)

You can also listen to this song on my Youtube Channel here : https://youtu.be/fy99MJlKL4Q

Have a nice wednesday, see you on next sunday !

Armand de Preseau

Demba Camara Et Son Groupe – Exhumation Folklorique (Guinea Conakry, 1971, Editions Syliphone Conakry)

For today, I wanted to share with you one of my favorite Guinean song, “Exhumation Folkorique“, an outstanding deep folk track with jazzy vibes, slow afrobeat accentsmesmerizing voices & captivating rhythm section – Enjoy !

Demba Camara Et Son Groupe – Exhumation Folklorique

You can also listen to this song on my Youtube Channel here : https://youtu.be/5H3kgo_N-hM

Have a nice Sunday !

Armand de Preseau

Le Kéné-Star de Sikasso – Fitiriwale (Mali, 1977, Mali Kunkan)

Le Kéné-Star de Sikasso was one of the regional Malian Orchestras (such as “L’Orchestre Kanaga de Mopti” or “L’Orchestre Sidi Yassa des Kayes“) back in the 70’s.
The group was composed, among others, by François Ballo, Mamadou Touré, Mamadou Diakité and Cheick Sadibou Diabaté, former members of “L’Orchestre Regional de Sikasso“, who released one album in 1970.
For today, I wanted to share with you “Fitiriwale“, an outstanding psychedelic afro jazz track, recorded and released in France in 1977 on the mythical “Kiosque d’Orphée” label, a song that deals with wedding, and the ingratitude of the husbands towards their former wife and the good things they did for them – Enjoy !
Le Kéné-Star de Sikasso – Fitiriwale
 You can also listen to this track on my Youtube Channel here : https://youtu.be/76RJPhrpzX4
Have a nice Sunday,
Armand de Preseau

Les Ambassadeurs Internationaux – Mandjou (Mali, 1978, Badmos)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Mandjou“, an timeless classic deep Afro Jazz track recorded in 1978 by Salif Keita & his band “Les Ambassadeurs Internationaux“,  founded in 1977 after the split of the original band “Ambassadeurs du Motel” – Enjoy !

Les Ambassadeurs Internationaux – Mandjou

You can also listen to this song on my Youtube Channel here : https://youtu.be/V9ixuRovsSU

Have a nice sunday evening,

Armand de Preseau

Manu Dibango et son African Soul Quintet – Soulogie (Cameroun, 1961, Ngoma)

In tribute to the Cameroonian musician legend Emmanuel “Manu” N’Djoké Dibango, who passed away today, I’ve decided to share with you for the first time online the outstanding Jazz track “Soulogie, taken from his impossible to find first single ever (I think), out in 1961 – Enjoy !

I found this record a few years ago, at a former record store owner’s house in the city of Garoua (capital of the North Region of Cameroon), after a 18 hours train & bus travel from the city of Yaoundé !

Manu Dibango et son African Soul Quintet – Soulogie

You can also listen to this song on my Youtube channel here : https://youtu.be/eascmt-TLyM

Have a nice evening,

Armand de Preseau

Menelik Wossenachew – Mekaberene Liyew (Ethiopia, 1974, Amha Records)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Mekaberene Liyew“, an uplifting Ethio Jazz track from the legendary singer Menelik Wossenachew – Enjoy !

Menelik Wossenachew – Mekaberene Liyew

You can also listen to it on my Youtube channel here : https://youtu.be/lEjLEYN1Jkk

Best regards,

Armand