Napekisi Yo Kobima (Franco) - Franco & le T.P. O.K. Jazz 1977

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Youlou made Franco's voice sound golden in this duet

Author — Oj Très Fort

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Cannot believe I am listening to a Franco tune for the first time! I thought I had heard all the 70's hits from TPOK Jazz!

Author — jm04151975

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I remember these guys when they started forming there band they were outstanding
from the beginning and continue to be to this day.

Author — Workou Zenebe

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This song has important life's lessons worth emulating

Author — Isanya Haggai

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essas musicas aos anos de 1977, Le T.P. O.K( Franco) momentos da travessia da revolução politica em Angola ouvir apenas o sucesso da musica Congolesa ex-Zaire, do Regime do Mobutu.

Author — Mário Salomão Angelo Geraldo Geraldo

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Pene Luambo was a legend in human history in matters music. Instruments were well co-ordinated and used by talented musicians. O.K. jazz hoyeeee

Author — makori thaddaeus tm

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Very soothing jazz beats lovely song I like it.

Author — Gerry AG.M

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Napekisa yo kobima, oyoka ka te
Tala lelo bakoseli yo makambo, epayi bowa lutumba
Wapi mwaye oyangana ah..
Wapi mwaye otuna ah..


Napekisa yo kokende, na banganda ya bato eh
Tala lelo bakoseli yo makambo, epayi ya bato
Wapi mwaye oyangana ah..
Wapi mwaye otuna ah..


Napekisa komata na voiture ya bato
Tala lelo loboko ebukani na accident ya voiture,
Wapi mwaye oyangana ah,
Soni tondi you na miso oh


Napekisa yo kodefaka bilamba ya bato,
Tala lelo basengi yo niongo na miso ya bato,
Soni tondi you na miso oh
Wapi mwaye oyangana ah,

Author — Bex Orinda

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This I never heard of before....Mon excellence Abou

Author — EkotiYaNzube

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Je découvre cette belle chanson …. hooo LA voix de Franco...

Author — Clement Mvoto

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Mostly the young are always advised not to go certain places or to borrow or even to touch without asking as doing so has consequences but this eventually causes alarm, Luambo wrote this to advise the world on such doings.

Author — john malago

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Naloba nini mato elekaka moto te! Comment un homme pourrait-il être si béni !!! Viva Luambo Makiadi ... Toujours TPOK Jazz!

Author — Dann W'Obukosia

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Le duo youlou mabiala et franco est explosif soutenu par les cuivres où Isaac musekiwa est au sommet de sa gloire

Author — Christophe Ndoumou Ngoa

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Le prince Youlou mabiala a été toujours un gd de la musique congolaise ta voie est fantastique

Author — Steven S

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This is a public advise that Luambo offered to those who don't seek advise on the usages of afrienda property.

Author — john malago

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A beautiful song chronicles teenage troubles. Napekisa komata na voiture ya bato, tala lelo loboko ebukani na accident ya voiture, wapi mwaye oyangana ah, I forbade you taking other people's vehicle, look, today your hand is broken in a car accident.. Napekisa yo kodefaka bilamba ya bato, tala lelo basengi yo niongo na miso ya bato, soni tondi you na miso oh, I forbade you from borrowing people's clothes, now they demand [for their clothes back] in front of others, what shame!-- Opiyo Oloya

Author — Opiyo Oloya

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Napekisa yo kobima kibao hiki kina mafunzo alimkataza kufanya mambo mengi lakini hakusikia matokeo yake makubwa yalimpata nyimbo za zamani zina mafunzo natamani kusikia wimbo Bolingo nzo itumbu wa ok jazz

Author — Ramadhan Harenga

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All I know is that he worked at the Zaïrean embassy in Brussels in 1980. Not related as far as I know.

Author — AboubacarSiddikh

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AboubacarSiddikh, kindly help me, who on earth was Bowa Lutumba? I know you have mentioned him on the post of Dec 21, 2010 on the song Na Lingaka Yo Yo Te - Franco 1980. But in this song, Franco tells the subject of the song, a stubborn teenager I presume, that s/he got into problems at the home of Bowa Lutumba. Just wondering if he is related to Simaro?

Author — Opiyo Oloya

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Hii ndo kusema kwamba asiyesikia la mkuu huvunjika guu.mawaidha Bora toka Tpok jazz.

Author — Karlmarx Gibson