Daudi Kabaka – Pole musa (click on the image of a musical note to get the track).
Daudi Kabaka – Harambee Harambee (click on the image of a musical note to get the track).
And for a change from the normal frantic pace of the tracks that I seem to have been posting of late, here is a ballad from Franco himself.
Franco Luambo Makiadi & TP OK Jazz – Layile (click on the image of a musical note to get the track).
Thanks for the comment Mato, the Franco link is now fixed and points to the correct track.
Now that we have that out of the way, back to frantic pace. Here is Lokassa Ya Mbongo, whose music I have posted before with Monica.
Lokassa Ya Mbongo – Monica (click on the image of a musical note to get the track).
. . . and remember the rules people as well as the fact that all the older tracks disappear in about two weeks like I mentioned last week so get them while you can.
+ PTGui: Wow
+ The Polish Invasion: I don’t know what I did to deserve this but thank you Olgierd and Reuben for visiting.
Strictly for fun
+ I have posted this before but here it is again: 70s music is all the rage again
And as a follow up to this
+ David Seruynage talked about Powerpoint and the failures of its users (bad workmen blame the tools, good workmen blame their skills). In my new yet-to-be-named series dealing with tools, workmen and why the bad ones in each set blame members of the other group, I explore presentations done right starting with Le Grand Content: “The road not taken” among other things.
+ Get your very own JL421 Badonkadonk Land Cruiser Tank