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Papa Wemba Live New Morning

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Think of this as a live greatest-hits disc, and you're remarkably close to the mark. What makes it special, however, is its lack of affectation. Papa Wemba simply sings, and when he opens his mouth, the listener is transported. How he can sing so high and clear is beyond any easy explanation, but he's in wondrous voice on many familiar cuts, even covering the late, great Otis Redding on "Fa Fa Fa," although he brings some changes to the soul classic. The band matches him step for step -- completely on the money, and for the most part playing with passion, rather than flash (the few solos are delicious and pertinent). Recorded in Paris, this is vintage Wemba, going through material that most fans know well (notably he sticks to this instead of his more African songs). He puts on a great show, but this time its not about appearance, but substance, he delivers that in spades.
© Chris Nickson /TiVo

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1
Excuse Me
00:02:48

Papa Wemba, Performer, Composer, Writer

2006 Realworld Records 2006 Realworld Records / Synchronies

2
Ainsi soit-il
00:06:53

Papa Wemba, Performer, Writer - Sec Bidens, Composer

2006 Realworld Records 2006 Realworld Records / Synchronies

3
Bonjour Daddy
00:02:53

Papa Wemba, Performer, Writer - Al Nzimbi, Composer

2006 Realworld Records 2006 Realworld Records / Synchronies

4
Congo moko
00:05:47

Papa Wemba, Performer, Writer - Sec Bidens, Composer

2006 Realworld Records 2006 Realworld Records / Synchronies

5
Image
00:05:48

Papa Wemba, Performer, Writer - Christian Polloni, Composer

2006 Realworld Records 2006 Realworld Records / Synchronies

6
Maria Valencia
00:05:01

Papa Wemba, Performer, Writer - Christian Polloni, Composer - Shakara Mutela, Composer

2006 Realworld Records 2006 Realworld Records / Synchronies

7
Phrase
00:05:08

Papa Wemba, Performer, Writer - Sec Bidens, Composer

2006 Realworld Records 2006 Realworld Records / Synchronies

8
Sala keba
00:05:05

Papa Wemba, Performer, Writer - Lokua Kanza, Composer

2006 Realworld Records 2006 Realworld Records / Synchronies

9
Fa fa fa
00:03:20

Papa Wemba, Performer, Writer - Otis Reding, Composer - Cropper, Writer

2006 Realworld Records 2006 Realworld Records / Synchronies

10
Maman
00:05:31

Papa Wemba, Performer, Composer, Writer

2006 Realworld Records 2006 Realworld Records / Synchronies

11
Au nom de l'amour
00:04:10

Papa Wemba, Performer, Writer - J.goubal, Composer - S.kasseya, Composer

2006 Realworld Records 2006 Realworld Records / Synchronies

12
Yolele
00:03:42

Papa Wemba, Performer, Writer - Lokua Kanza, Composer

2006 Realworld Records 2006 Realworld Records / Synchronies

13
Show Me the Way
00:06:45

Papa Wemba, Performer, Writer - Lokua Kanza, Composer

2006 Realworld Records 2006 Realworld Records / Synchronies

14
Awa yo keyi
00:06:04

Papa Wemba, Performer, Writer - Lokua Kanza, Composer

2006 Realworld Records 2006 Realworld Records / Synchronies

15
Ye te oh
00:03:11

Papa Wemba, Performer, Writer - S. Kasseya, Composer

2006 Realworld Records 2006 Realworld Records / Synchronies

Album Description

Think of this as a live greatest-hits disc, and you're remarkably close to the mark. What makes it special, however, is its lack of affectation. Papa Wemba simply sings, and when he opens his mouth, the listener is transported. How he can sing so high and clear is beyond any easy explanation, but he's in wondrous voice on many familiar cuts, even covering the late, great Otis Redding on "Fa Fa Fa," although he brings some changes to the soul classic. The band matches him step for step -- completely on the money, and for the most part playing with passion, rather than flash (the few solos are delicious and pertinent). Recorded in Paris, this is vintage Wemba, going through material that most fans know well (notably he sticks to this instead of his more African songs). He puts on a great show, but this time its not about appearance, but substance, he delivers that in spades.
© Chris Nickson /TiVo

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