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7 Commentsto Soul Makossa (Original Single Version) - Various - A Complete Introduction To Disco 1970 - 1980

  1. Nalrajas says:
    Various Artists - A Complete Introduction To Disco Fabulous beginners’ guide and all-round whoopee soundtrack The world is currently awash in specialist disco-related projects for crate-digging trainspotters while, at the other end of the scale, jiggle the cheap-shod X Factor-stereotyped compilations sold in supermarkets.
  2. Mazuru says:
    I first heard this album on vinyl, in my brother's collection, I think in the '70's. I got to thinking about it, and looked for it, and found it, on britpop.samulrajasflamehuntersindragon.infoinfo 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/5(19).
  3. Malarr says:
    Jun 04,  · Another Funk mix for my subscribers to enjoy it's been a year since last mix and so far the first mix has been getting some attention. Thank you all for that thumbs up on my first video now here's.
  4. Negul says:
    Emmanuel N'Djoké Dibango is a Cameroonian musician and song-writer who plays saxophone and vibraphone. He developed a musical style fusing jazz, funk, and traditional Cameroonian music. His father was a member of the Yabassi ethnic group, though his mother was a Duala. He is best known for his single "Soul Makossa".Born: 12 December (age 85), Douala, French .
  5. Arashilabar says:
    Apr 01,  · 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 by brass /5(21).
  6. Daijinn says:
    Aug 16,  · wikipedia: "Soul Makossa" is a single by Cameroonian makossa saxophonist Manu Dibango. It is often cited as one of the first disco records. It is often cited as one of the first disco records. In David Mancuso found a copy in a Brooklyn West Indian record store and often played it at his Loft parties.
  7. Fenrijind says:
    Jun 07,  · Disco music is still enjoyed today in the 21st century, but the flamboyant fashions have been relegated to vintage fancy dress and costume parties. However, disco fashion is so popular because the clothes are so fun and flamboyant you can really show your extrovert side. Disco is not dead. Here is a complete history of disco and disco fashion.

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