Patience Dabany – Ngabule (Gabon, 1985, Nkoussou Music)

Following to this former post, I wanted to share with you for today “Ngabule“, a catchy tropical dance floor friendly Afro Boogie Electro Funk with killer synth & horn parts, recorded in 1985 by the Congolese musician & composer Marie-Joséphine Kama “Patience Dabany” (Gabonese president Omar Bongo‘s former wife), leader of mythical Gabonese bands such as “Akebe II“, “Banowita” or “Kounabeli” and founder of the recording studios “Elumba 2” (LibrevilleGabon) and Mbila (Los AngelesUnited States).

This album was recorded between Gabon & the United States with the help of the legendary musician and arranger Fred WesleyJames Brown‘s former musical director – Enjoy !

Patience Dabany – Ngabule

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Armand de Preseau

Peter Bishop & Afro Wave – Mamy Wata (Cameroun, 1989, Equateur)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Mamy Wata“, a catchy Afro Boogie Jazz Funk Synth track with Afrobeat flavors and killer horns, taken from the only album privately recorded and distributed in the 90s by the mysterious musician & composer Peter Bishop and his Afro Wave Orchestra.

This LP is an extremely hard to find masterpiece from start to finish that looks like a lost 90s recording from the Nigerian Legend Fela Kuti so.. Enjoy !

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Armand de Preseau

Mammane Sani Et Son Orgue – Tunan (Niger, 1978, Niger Ministry Of Culture)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Tunan“, a bewitching dreamy Lo-Fi Afro Electro Synth Soul instrumental track taken from Mammane Sani Abdoulaye‘s first album, one of the greatest musicians of Niger & one of the pioneers of Electronic music in Africa.

Guitarist and singer, he discovered electronic music in 1974, when he was employed as a musician for the UNESCO.

One day, a delegate from Rwanda (here for one of the UNESCO meetings) brought along his Italian “Orlo” organ model. Mammane, captivated by the sound, convinced him to sell it.

This Organ was the first in Niger.

He recorded on it his first album of instrumental electronic songs in 1978, only released on a few tapes in coordination with the Minister of Culture.

He played over 30 years, and is still playing music today, recording albums and touring live.

Mammane Sani Et Son Orgue – Tunan

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Armand de Preseau

Tshala Muana – Elako (Democratic Republic Of The Congo, 1991, Tamaris)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Elako“, a sweet & catchy great slice of Afro Electro Synth Funk by the legendary Lubumbashi (Democratic Republic of the Congo) born singer Elizabeth “Tshala Muana” Muidikay, recorded in 1991 at the mythical “Studio Davout” in Paris (France) – Enjoy !

Tshala Muana – Elako

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Armand de Preseau

Guenshi-Ever – Gbeme Dan (Benin, 1988, Production Nenuphar)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Gbeme Dan“, a deep syncopated percussive Psychedelic Afro Funk Sato Folk track with crazy drums & synth parts recorded in the late 80s by the Beninese composer & singer Guendehou “Guenshi-Ever” Sidonie Evelyne that only recorded two now hard to find LP – Enjoy !

Guenshi-Ever – Gbeme Dan

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Armand de Preseau

Bibi Den’s Tshibayi & The Best – Africa Mawa (Democratic Republic of the Congo / Former Zaïre, 1983, Sacko Production)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Africa Mawa”, a catchy Afro Boogie Disco Funk with catchy synth & breezing guitar parts, recorded in 1983 in Abidjan (Ivory Coast) by the Congolese musician & composer Bibi Den’s Tshibayi – Enjoy !

Bibi Den’s Tshibayi & The Best – Africa Mawa

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Armand de Preseau

Owona Anderson – Tant Mieux Les Contents (Cameroun, 1987, Ebobolo Fia Production / Sonodisc)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Tant Mieux Les Contents“, a crazy uptempo Electronic Bikutsi Tropical Funk madness track with wild Synth & Drum machines parts (programmed by the legendary French drummer Denis Marcel Hekimian !), recorded in the late 80s by the Cameroonian singer Owona Anderson – Enjoy !

Owona Anderson – Tant Mieux Les Contents

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Armand de Preseau

William Onyeabor – Good Name (Nigeria, 1983, Wilfilms Records)

Following to that former post, I wanted to share with you for today “Good Name“, a killer catchy psychedelic Lo-Fi Electronic Afro Disco Synth track taken from an ultra hard to find LP recorded in 1983 by the legendary mysterious Nigerian musician & producer William Onyeabor on his own Wilfilms record label – Enjoy !

William Onyeabor – Good Name

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Armand de Preseau

Tala André Marie – Shing-Ha Shing-Ha (Cameroon, 1980s, Self-Produced)

Following to this former post, I wanted to share with you for today “Shing-Ha Shing-Ha“, a super catchy Electro Funk Boogie track with awesome synths & drum machines parts from the legendary Cameroonian musician André-Marie Tala.

This song is actually a cover of “Singha“, one of his former hits taken from his 70s masterpiece album “Black Woman“, re recorded here in an 80s version with legendary Cameroonian & French musicians (Slim Pezin, Justin Bowen, Jimmy Mvondo Mvele, Paul Nemlin, Ndedi Dibango…) and taken from a very hard to find self-produced album – Enjoy !

Tala André Marie – Shing-Ha Shing-Ha

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Armand de Preseau

Daouda Koné “Le Sentimental” – Simi Keneya (Ivory Coast, 1980s, Bade Stars Music)

Following to that former post, I wanted to share with you for today another Gem from the Ivorian singer & musician Daoudé Koné, a fresh & catchy slow Afro Soul Boogie Funk stepper with super cool bass & synth parts, recorded in the early 80s – Enjoy !

Daouda Koné – Simi Keneya

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Armand de Preseau