Lutumba Simaro, Josky, Madilu, Aime, Ndombe, Ntesa & Bana OK "Maby...Tonton Zala Serieux" (1991)

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From the "Maby...Tonton Zala Serieux" (1991) CD. This is volume 2 of "Eau Benite" when Ok Jazz are in Europe this is their last moments before their final album "Pablo" (1992) and their return to Kinshasa in 1992 as you can see the photos apart from Ndombe and Papa Noel the photos were taken in Paris during a Mutulaite concert for the preparation of this album and the promotion of "Eau Benite" this Madilu last composition as he does not compose more songs in this moments and he only sings on two tracks. The reason why I wrote Bana OK because the guys in the animation were shouting out "Nakosuka wapi na Bana Ok" it shows this album was a little creation to Bana Ok hence Lutumba being president so in my opinion after Franco's death Ok Jazz just became Bana Ok but with Madilu's bad behavior.

1.Maby (Josky Kiambukuta) (0:00)
2.Mamisa (Lutumba Simaro) (8:12)
3.Malaria ++ (Aime Kiwakana) (16:37)
4.Tonton Zala Serieux (Papa Noel Nono) (24:36)
5.Mort Vivant Somida "Original" (Madilu System) (31:42)
6.Osala Erreur (Ndombe Opetum) (39:02)

Vocals: Josky Kiambukuta (1, 2, 3, 5, 6), Madilu System (2, 4), Ndombe Opetum (1, 4, 5, 6), Ntesa Dalienst (4), Djo Mpoyi (1, 2, 3, 4, 6), Aime Kiwakana, Diatho Lukoki (1, 2, 3), Lola Checain (4, 5)

Guitar Soloist: Papa Noel Nono (4), Gerry Dialungana (1, 2, 3, 5, 6)
Guitar Mi-Solo: Gerry Dialungana (5), Papa Noel Nono (2, 3), Ghandi (1, 5, 6)
Guitar Rhythm: Lutumba Simaro (2, 4, 5), Mankonko Kindundi (1, 3, 6)
Guitar Bass: Makabi Flavien (1, 5, 6), Decca Mpudi (2, 3, 4)
Drums: Makwala Bibeson
Trumpet: Zinga
Saxophone: Kunsita Ribens, Yuma Michel Kasongo
Keyboards: Cyril Orcel, Alpha
Percussion: Weteto Microason

Artistic Direction: Gerry Dialungana
Mixing: Papa Noel Nono, Ntesa Dalienst, Cyril Orcel
Recorded By: Cyril Orcel, Christophe Lokere
Production: Sans Frontieres (1991)

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