Houria – T’es Chiant Comme Mec (Guadeloupe, 1992, Francky Product)

For today, I wanted to share with you “T’es Chiant Comme Mec“, a killer catchy Tropical Dancefloor Boogie Zouk Synth track, taken from the first album recorded in 1992 by Houria Mesbahi, daughter of the legendary Kabylian composer & singer Rachid Mesbahi.

This album was produced & composed by the well-known Guadeloupean musicians & Zouk figures Francky Vincent (former member of the band “Les Vikings de La Guadeloupe“) & Luc Leandry – Enjoy !

Houria – T’es Chiant Comme Mec

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Armand de Preseau

Henri Guedon Et Les Contesta – Bilongo (Martinique, 1972, Aux Ondes)

Following this former post, I wanted to share with you for today « Bilongo », an outstanding Tropical Guaguanco Salsa Latin track from the French West Indies (Martinique), taken from the first album of the legendary musician, painter, sculptor and ceramist Henri Guedon, considered as the grandfather of modern music from French Antilles, and backed by his band « La Contesta ».

This record came out in 1972 on the record label « Aux Ondes », subdivision of the mythical West Indian record company « Celini Disques » – Enjoy !

Henri Guedon Et Les Protesta – Bilongo

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Armand de Preseau

Bayo Damazio – Listen To The Music (Nigeria, 1985, Phonodisk)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Listen To The Music“, a catchy 80s Afro Disco Boogie dancefloor burner driven by crazy synth parts, taken from the only album recorded & released in 1985 by the Nigerian composer & singer Bayo Damazio and backed by legendary Nigerian & Cameroonian musicians such as Emmanuel “Emma” Baloka & Tony Essien – Enjoy !

Bayo Damazio – Listen To The Music

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Armand de Preseau

Bovick & Co – Bazombo (Democratic Republic Of The Congo, 1985, MCI Music)

For today, I wanted to share with you « Bazombo », a massive dancefloor tropical Electro Afro Synth Funk track, taken from a single recorded in Paris by the Congolese composer Bovick Shamar (Bovick Bondo Gala, that was part of mythical 70s congolese bands such as L’Orchestre Veve, L’Orchestre African Fiesta & L’Orchestre Afrisa International) & a bunch of legendary Cameroonian, Senegalese & French musicians such as Jean-Claude Naimro, Michel Alibo & Jacob Desvarieux – Enjoy !

Bovick & Co – Bazombo (Democratic Republic Of The Congo, 1985, MCI Music)

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Armand de Preseau

Maud & Ti Roi – Pa Gain Zanmi Enco (Haiti, 1979, JJ Records)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Pa Gain Zanmi Enco“, an uptempo trippy Island Cadence Compas Soul Jazz, serious dance floor burner taken from the only album by the obscure Haitian duo Maud & Henri Pigniat “Ti Roi” out in 1979 on the local label JJ Records and backed by great Haitian musicians such as :

Almando Keslin, drummer in the Haitian band Zotobre, D.P. Express, Bossa Combo & Les Difficiles de Petion-Ville ;

Roger Laurent, bass & chorus singer in the Haitian band Scorpio ;

Claude Hesley, guitarist in the Haitian band Zotobre.

Maud & Ti Roi – Pa Gain Zanmi Enco

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Armand de Preseau

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

Ti Plume & Cie – Diablo (Haiti, 1980, Mini Records)

Following that former post, I wanted to share with you for today “Diablo“, an uptempo tropical Cadence Island Funk dance floor stormer with amazing horns & guitar solos, recorded by in 1980 by the Haitian composer & guitar player Ricardo Franck (better known as “Ti Plume“) – Enjoy !

Ti Plume & Cie – Diablo

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Armand de Preseau

Ondeno Rebieno – Mayolye (Gabon, 1980, Ledoux Records)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Mayolye“, a clubby Afro Disco Funk Soul track taken from the now very hard to find only album recorded in 1980 by the Gabonese musician & singer Jean Ondeno Rebieno and out on the legendary “Ledoux” Benin based record label – Enjoy !

Ondeno Rebieno – Mayolye

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Armand de Preseau

L.M. Kiland & l’Orchestre Mabatalai – Chercher Le Magot (Democratic Republic of the Congo / Former Zaïre, 1970s, Zaire Promotion 2000)

Following to that former post, I wanted to share with you for today “Chercher Le Magot“, a frantic Tropical Soukous Funk Gem recorded in the late 70s by the Congolese musician Charles Pierre “Kiland” Loukelo Menayame, and backed the band “L’Orchestre Mbatalaï” – Enjoy !

L.M. Kiland & l’Orchestre Mabatalai – Chercher Le Magot

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Armand de Preseau

Saint-Louck – Zongon Nitchie (Ivory Coast, 1970s, Saint-Louck Self-Released)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Zongon Nitchie“, a dope percussive & dance floor friendly Tropical Afro Funk Disco track with Afrobeat flavours, uplifting horns & mad synth parts, self-released in the late 70s/early 80s (if you know the exact release date, feel free to share !) by the underground Ivorian musician & composer Saint-Louck – Enjoy !

Saint-Louck – Zongon Nitchie

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Armand de Preseau