Soul Makossa

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  1. referencing Soul Makossa, 7", Single, Pla, No review for this? Considered by some to be the first 'Disco' record. A tune most certainly played in David Mancuso's Loft in the early 70's - also considered to be the first ever Disco club. Whichever is true, the track certainly offers many of the elements of funk: a broken beat punctuated.
  2. Mar 25,  · The musical artist best known for his hit “Soul Makossa,” has died of COVID, according to Music telsipirowcosadgandniniboovicomp.xyzinfo of the pioneers of Afro-funk .
  3. Jan 01,  · (1) Soul Makossa has a timeless polished funky beat with backup singers (French) and a power saxophone rifting in an out. This has got to be one of the top ten Funky recordings of all time. (2) Sun Explosion has quicker funky bass beat like a disco /5(16).
  4. Soul Makossa feat. DJ KEMIT at Rock Steady | Saturday Feb 29 February 29, pm DJ Kemit presents Kickin Up Dust w/ Kai Alce | Saturday Feb. 8th February 8, pm.
  5. The title song, Soul Makossa, is everything I remembered it to be. The rest of the album is great, too. Well worth the money, if you like African rhythms and music. It also brings back memories of my brother. Read more. 3 people found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. goat out of 5 stars Soul Makossa and More!/5(24).
  6. Mar 25,  · Released in , “Soul Makossa” became an international hit. Its “Mama-say, mama-sa, ma-ma-ko-ssa” hook — which means “I dance” in the Duala language — was sampled by pop stars.
  7. Jun 18,  · referencing Soul Makossa, LP, Album, MRL 1st press!!! The proof: Outer-race on bottom! My copy has additional a fat red bottom in corner left, which declare: "Distributed by Roulette Records" Reply Notify me Helpful Discozilla November 14, Report; referencing /5().
  8. Mar 24,  · Although “Soul Makossa” was named after makossa, a Cameroonian style of music, and its lyrics were in the Douala language of Cameroon, Mr. Dibango’s worldwide hit was an internationalist Author: Jon Pareles.
  9. Originally an obscure release by the then-unknown Manu Dibango, Soul Makossa is now often recognized as one of the first disco records. After some lucky recognition and radio attention in the USA.

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