Moïse Doumbe – Nin Bê (Cameroun, 1983, Tessy Records Cameroun)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Nin Bê”, a killer cosmic balearic Afro Boogie Funk Fusion track with really catchy synth & bass parts, recorded in the early 80s by the Cameroonian musician & singer Moise Doumbe – Enjoy !

Moïse Doumbe – Nin Bê

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Armand de Preseau

Mauriboko – La Mésentente Conjugale (Bénin, 1988, Production Kodjehou Botchi Maurice)

For today, I wanted to share with you “La Mésentente Conjugale“, an obscure crazy tropical synth Afro Disco Funk track about a marital conflict, self-released in 1988 by the Beninese musician Maurice Kodjehou Botchi – Perfect to set a dancefloor on fire, so enjoy !

Mauriboko – La Mésentente Conjugale

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Armand de Preseau

Kallé & L’African Team – Minueyo Boongalo (Democratic Republic of the Congo / Former Zaïre, 1960s, AMB)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Minueyo Boongalo“, an uplifting 60s Afro Latin Boogaloo Jazz track with strong Cuban influences, taken from a super hard to find compilation recorded in the 60s by Joseph Kabasele “Kallé” & l’African Team, a bunch of legendary African musicians that included greatest names such as Manu Dibango, Tabu Ley Rochereau, Joseph “Mujos” MulamaJean Kwami Munsi – Enjoy !

Kallé & L’African Team – Minueyo Boongalo

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Armand de Preseau

Bertrand Mialet – Mboutoukou (Cameroun, 1984, Ebassa)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Mboutoukou“, a nice spiritual syncopated Afro Funk track with Bikutsi flavours recorded in 1984 by the Cameroonian musician Bertrand Mialet on an obscure private label (probably self-released) and backed by great Cameroonian musicians such as Moustik, Mbida Douglas & Valerie Lobe – Enjoy !

Bertrand Mialet – Mboutoukou

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Etubom Rex Williams & his Nigerian Artistes – Don’t Be In A Hurry (Nigeria, 1977, Love Day)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Don’t Be In A Hurry“, a deep Afrobeat Highlife Funk track with amazing horns & mesmerising guitar parts by the Nigerian legendary musician Etubom Rex Williams and taken from an ultra hard to find LP – Enjoy !

Etubom Rex Williams & His Nigerian Artistes – Don’t Be In A Hurry

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Armand de Preseau

Ardaches Avedian – Ser Im (Armenia, 1977, Ararad)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Ser Im“, an amazing beautiful East European Bossa Nova Scat Jazz track with sweet guitar & piano parts from the Armenian musician & singer Ardaches Avedian (Արտաշէս Ավետեան in Armenian alphabet) – Enjoy !

Ardaches Avedian – Ser Im

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Armand de Preseau

Les Leopards – D’Leau Coco (Martinique, 1972, Hit Parade)

For today, I wanted to share with you “D’Leau Coco“, a raw tropical tumbele biguine dancefloor burner from Martinique (French West Indies), written by the Martinican musician & singer Albert Nadeau & recorded by Nadeau’s band “Les Leopards” in 1972 onthe legendary local record label “Hit Parade” – Enjoy !

Les Leopards – D’Leau Coco

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Armand de Preseau

Oscar Diabanza Matusongwa – Biso Bangembo (Democratic Republic of the Congo / Former Zaïre, 1985, AS)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Biso Bangembo“, a powerful Afro Disco Funk track with crazy synths parts, taken from the score of “Ngembo“, an obscure 80s Congolese theater play by the company of the Mobutu Sese Seko national theater, written by Norbert Mobyem Mikanza and composed by Oscar Diabanza Matusongwa – Enjoy !

Oscar Diabanza Matusongwa – Biso Bangembo

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Armand de Preseau

Silvertones – Let’s Make It Funky (Trinidad & Tobago, 1970s, BWIA International Airlines)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Let’s Make It Funky“, a breezing Caribbean Funk track with super cool steel drums parts taken from the only one LP recorded in the 70s by the Silvertones, an obscure Steel Pan band from Trinidad and Tobago and leaded by Winston O’Guerra – Enjoy !

Silvertones – Let’s Make It Funky

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Armand de Preseau

Idrissa Soumaoro et l’Eclipse de l’I.J.A – Djama (La Société) (Mali, 1978, Eterna)

Following to that former post, I wanted to share with you for today “Djama” (“Society“) a bewitching Afro Soul Funk blend of catchy guitars, psychedelic organ parts & celestal voices, taken from a record produced in very small quantities by a Bamako based German association which took care of blind Malian teenagers.

Only promotionally released at the time, this is the first record on which were revealed three future huge names of the Malian music : Idrissa Soumaoro, Amadou Bagayoko and Mariam Doumbia (from the very well known Malian musical couple “Amadou & Mariam“).

The song presented here was composed by Amadou Bagayoko, and has Mariam Doumbia on the vocals – Enjoy !

Idrissa Soumaoro et l’Eclipse de l’I.J.A – Djama

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Armand de Preseau